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ore than 90 high schools across the 24-county region compete in more than a dozen sports on a varsity level each year. Most compete under the guidelines of the Missouri State High School Activities Association, and others under the sanction of the Missouri Christian School Athletic Association.

Southeast Missouri schools and athletes have won hundreds of state championships in a variety of athletic competitions, including baseball, basketball, cheerleading, football, soccer, softball, track and field, volleyball and wrestling since high school sports first began locally more than 120 years ago.

Much of the historical high school information on this site was gathered by Al Jackson, a longtime Southeast Missouri high school sports advocate and historian whose hard work allows us to share the great teams, athletes and stories of past years. Al died in 2018, and we dedicate these pages to him.





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Braggadocio's 1964-65 team was its last one before the school closed. Front row: J. McClintock, D. Reeves, J. Tipton, H. Hampton; back row: P. Russell, J. Watkins, R. Hampton, B. Johnson, B. Watkins, and coach Ray Patterson. Click here to see more photos and share yours in our forum.

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Braggadocio

Braggadocio High School, home of the Eagles, was located in Pemiscot County. The school closed after the 1965 season and became part of the Delta C-7 district. When Hayti hired the former superintendent of the Braggadocio district, many students opted to attend Hayti schools the first year after Braggadocio's closing. By 1967 the former Braggadocio students were told they must attend Delta C-7 schools.


Boys basketball

1964-65  |  8-12  |  Ray Patterson
1963-64  |  13-12  |  Ray Patterson
1962-63  |  6-15  |  Ray Patterson
1961-62  |  1-20  |  Ray Patterson
1960-61  |  3-19  |  Ray Patterson
1959-60  |  5-19  |  Ray Patterson
1958-59  |  7-13  |  Ray Patterson
1957-58  |  10-12  |  James Arnold
1956-57  |  11-8  |  James Arnold
1955-56  |  8-10  |  James Arnold
1954-55  |  6-12  |  James Arnold
1953-54  |  13-8  |  Joe Wilkinson
1952-53  |  10-9  |  Joe Wilkinson
1951-52  |  10-8  |  Joe Wilkinson
1950-51  |  11-9  |  Bill Adams
1949-50  |  15-7  |  Jack Hopke
1948-49  |  12-7  |  Joe Parks
1947-48  |  8-12  |  Joe Parks
1946-47  |  7-12  |  Joe Parks
1945-46  |  5-13  |  Joe Parks
1944-45  |  10-8  |  Joe Parks
1943-44  |  7-9  |  Joe Parks
1942-43  |  6-11  |  Joe Parks
1941-42  |  5-10  |  Joe Parks
1940-41  |  7-8  |  Joe Parks
1939-40  |  3-9  |  Joe Parks
1938-39  |  6-9  |  Joe Parks
1937-38  |  5-5  |  Joe Parks
1936-37  |  7-4  |  Joe Parks
1935-36  |  5-10  |  Joe Parks
1934-35  |  8-12  |  Joe Parks
1933-34  |  3-9  |  Harley Mills
1932-33  |  4-10  |  Harley Mills
1931-32  |  13-6  |  Harley Mills
1930-31  |  10-4  |  Harley Mills
1929-30  |  10-6  |  Dick Roland
1928-29  |  12-7  |  Dick Roland
1927-28  |  4-8  |  Herschel Bess
1926-27  |  3-6  |  Herschel Bess
1925-26  |  8-4  |  Herschel Bess
1924-25  |  3-4  |  Herschel Bess
1923-24  |  4-4  |  Connie Pickler
1922-23  |  2-4  |  Connie Pickler



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