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Less than 10 percent of the world’s population is left-handed and in volleyball circles lefties at the net are seemingly even more scarce than that. more
Upon the return of U.S. Olympic steeplechase silver medalist Courtney Frerichs to her hometown of Nixa this week, sports editor Pat Dailey engaged in a Q’s and A’s session with the 2011 Nixa grad: more
Phoebe Gardner is fitting the profile of a leading candidate for the COC Player of The Year award, with both her hitting and fielding serving as endorsements. more
With his strawberry-blonde locks requiring a hair-band to keep his bangs out of his face, Kaleb James hears comments from friends that he resembles Sunshine from “Remember The Titans” or Prince Charming from “Shrek.” more
Angie Wise’s 32-year coaching career has been rather unique in that her only two stops along the way have been at Crane and Clever. more
Nixa’s already much-hyped sophomore class got stronger over the summer with the addition of Brennan Carey. more
This season is unlike any other in Ozark coach Chad Depee’s coaching career, as his son, Gage, has cracked the Tigers’ lineup. more
REPUBLIC — Spencer Ward was a mere 14 years old when he made his Nixa varsity debut a little more than a year ago. Coming off the bench, he turned in a dazzling run showcasing his potential late in the Eagles’ season-opening blowout at Branson. more
WILLARD — Ozark posted its first shutout in seven years while whipping Willard 52-0 in a matchup of teams searching for their first win Friday. more
With the ball headed his way as he stood 30 yards out from Ozark’s goal Tuesday, Tigers forward Adrian Ortega had no hesitation what he was going to do. more
With the current pollen count in Nixa at 8 on a scale of 1-10, Maddy Meierer had to go into mind over matter mode Tuesday. more
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