The McClave Lady Cardinals surprised a lot of people last year as they took an average 16-7 season record to the coveted state tournament. However, despite losing in the first and only round of the tournament to Springfield, 42-32, before it was cancelled, they feel they were robbed of a very important weekend and they want it back.
The County Line wrestling team made of wrestlers from Wiley, Eads, and McClave hits the mats under new head coach Draven Adame.
The Eads girls’ head coach Trey Eder is starting his 12th season at the helm for the Lady Eagles and through those years the Eads girls’ basketball program has enjoyed great success. The program still owns the most girls’ basketball state titles with 9 gold balls. The last state championship coming in 2007-2008 for the Lady Eagles. From 2006 through last year the Eads girls’ program has had a winning record and qualified at either the regional or state tournament every year except for two seasons (2009-2010 and 2010-2011). Eder has been there through thin times --- but mostly positive as the program has been one of great success.
The Granada boys basketball team looks to rebound from a 6-17 record a season ago.
The Bobcats finished with a 1-4 record in the Class 1A District 2 standings.
The Granada girls’ basketball program will see a coaching change heading into the 2021 season.
Tanner Grasmick, a former student-athlete and 2014 Granada High School graduate, takes over the helm after the departure of former head coach Ray Martinez.