Sam Shuman had the option to continue playing baseball while giving track a try for the first time. But he decided to hang up his glove.
An overflow, home-opening football crowd watched Josh Odom break his left leg during Nixa’s Week Two win over Republic last summer. A group of only a dozen or so family and friends took in his comeback during the Nixa Throwers Meet on Tuesday.
Allison Brumley feels likes she’s off to a head start for her senior season and in fact the Nixa senior already owns two wins over her rival, Kickapoo’s Jaden Wiley.
The chase for the All-Sports Trophy for girls in the Central Ozark Conference for the 2018-19 school year may be over not long after it began.Ozark gained a commanding edge on the rest of the league during the fall sports season, as the Lady Tigers enjoyed unprecedented success within the lo…
Olivia Lyon is anxious to find out what kind of new standards she can establish in the pole vault by giving the event her full attention.
Ozark's Alexis Barber finished seventh and Brocklyn Barber 18th at the Class 4 State Cross Country Meet in Jefferson City on Saturday.
Ozark’s Barber twins saw their streak of finishing first in every meet they’ve competed in end at the Class 4 Sectional 3 Meet at Nixa’s Inman Elementary course Saturday.
Ozark’s Alexis Barber and Brocklyn Barber both broke 19 minutes for the first meet this season as they took the top two spots at the Class 4 District 5 Meet at Camdenton on Saturday.
Alexis Barber has gotten so used to finishing 3.1-mile races in the 19-minute range and even breaking 19 recently that the Ozark senior had all but forgotten she was in the 20s at this stage a year ago.
Nixa’s Alicen Ashley has routinely gotten the best of most upperclassmen she’s raced against this season. But she freely admits to being a frightful freshman and in one sense is envious of junior and senior teammates and competitors.
Whether he is short of the Vitamin D he usually receives from the sun or it’s all psychological, Blake Procell is convinced he doesn’t run his best on a cloudy day.
While warming up for the Nixa Invitational on Tuesday, Ozark’s Alexis Barber would have guessed she was destined to endure a personal worst rather than a personal best.