Lady Pirates visit Missouri State Capitol

Boonville Daily News
The Boonville Lady Pirates basketball team was recently recognized at the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City after winning the first state title in program history on March 20 in Springfield.Pictured above: Front row- Zoey Lang, Faith Mesik, Alison Eichelberger, Abby Fuemmeler, Molly Schuster, Addison Brownfield. Back Row-Abby Pulliam, Jordan Brackman, Kennedy Renfrow, Brooke Eichelberger, Jaryt Hunziker, Jodie Bass, Paul Moore, Emma West, Kourtney Kendrick, Rep.Tim Taylor

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – On March 23, 2021, the Boonville High School Lady Pirates, the coaches and managers visited the Capitol.

The Boonville High School Girls Basketball Team who won first place at the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Girls Class 4 State Basketball Championship on Saturday, March 20, 2021, in Springfield were recognized and presented a House Resolution during session. The Lady Pirates win on Saturday marks the very first MSHSAA Championship in basketball. They were also recognized in the Senate with a Senate Resolution presented by Senator Caleb Rowden.

Representative Taylor gave the Lady Pirates a tour of the Capitol including going to the top of the dome and the Governor’s Office where they had the opportunity to meet and visit with Governor Parson.