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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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Twin Rivers' 1994-95 team completed an unbeaten regular season under coach Carroll Cookson, the first and only unbeaten season in the program's history.

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Twin Rivers

Twin Rivers High School, home of the Royals, is located in Broseley in Butler County. The school opened in 1969, the result of consolidation of the Broseley, Fisk, and Quilin high schools.



Boys basketball

2019-20  |   7-17  |   Seth McBroom
2018-19  |   19-8  |   Seth McBroom
2017-18  |   14-14  |   Seth McBroom
2016-17  |   16-9  |   Dustin Benson
2015-16  |   18-10  |   Dustin Benson
2014-15  |   15-11  |   Dustin Benson
2013-14  |   13-11  |   Dustin Benson
2012-13  |   15-10  |   Dustin Benson
2011-12  |   9-18  |   Dustin Benson
2010-11  |  19-7  |  Dustin Benson
2009-10  |  15-11  |  Rob Brown
2008-09  |  15-12  |  Rob Brown
2007-08  |  17-10  |  Rob Brown
2006-07  |  9-16  |  Rob Brown
2005-06  |  21-8  |  Jim Vaughan
2004-05  |  20-8  |  Jim Vaughan
2003-04  |  21-6  |  Jim Vaughan
2002-03  |  24-5  |  Scott Kruse
2001-02  |  24-5  |  Scott Kruse  |  Lost 67-63 (OT) to Charleston in 2A sectional
2000-01  |  22-6  |  Scott Kruse
1999-00  |  17-9  |  Scott Kruse
1998-99  |  11-16  |  Scott Kruse
1997-98  |  12-13  |  Matt Victor
1996-97  |  15-12  |  Danny Rowland
1995-96  |  13-11  |  Danny Rowland
1994-95  |  29-1  |  Carroll Cookson  |  District champion
1993-94  |  14-11  |  Carroll Cookson
1992-93  |  9-13  |  Norm Hollis
1991-92  |  25-3  |  Norm Hollis
1990-91  |  17-10  |  Jim Davis
1989-90  |  15-12  |  Jim Davis
1988-89  |  16-10  |  Jim Davis
1987-88  |  23-6  |  Jim Davis  |  District champion
1986-87  |  14-9  |  Jim Davis
1985-86  |  22-5  |  Jim Davis  |  Lost to Notre Dame in 2A sectional
1984-85  |  25-6  |  Carroll Cookson  |  District champion
1983-84  |  17-8  |  Carroll Cookson
1982-83  |  4-15  |  Tony McCammon
1981-82  |  1-19  |  Larry Wills
1980-81  |  10-12  |  Larry Wills
1979-80  |  17-9  |  Vic Quinn
1978-79  |  20-6  |  Vic Quinn
1977-78  |  13-10  |  Vic Quinn
1976-77  |  18-8  |  Vic Quinn
1975-76  |  17-11  |  Vic Quinn
1974-75  |  16-9  |  Roger Patillo
1973-74  |  10-14  |  Roger Patillo
1972-73  |  7-14  |  Charles Moffitt
1971-72  |  15-10  |  Leroy Johnson
1970-71  |  13-10  |  Jerry Roe
1969-70  |  12-11  |  Jerry Roe



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