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The start to Ethan Whatley’s first varsity start for Ozark couldn’t have went much better Thursday.
There was no last-second, game-winning shot for Zayne Gale and his Spokane teammates Thursday at the Marionville Tournament. Matter of fact, there were no field goals at all for the Owls in the fourth quarter.
Alli Clevenger powered Clever’s girls basketball team into the championship game at the Fair Grove Tournament, as the Lady Jays beat the host Lady Eagles 64-49 Thursday.
Clever coach Luke Brosius was quick in the pre-season to pass along the confidence he has in his backcourt duo of point guard Jake Twigg and shooting guard Bryce Gelle.
Missouri 4-H finished as the 12th high team in the nation at the National 4-H Dairy Cattle judging contest, held Sept. 30 in Madison, Wisconsin.
What’s -109 degrees Fahrenheit and can help create the perfect root beer float? That was the question leading the investigation of several John Thomas School of Discovery students in second grade classrooms.
Nixa High School recognized 21 band students for their selection into one of the two district honor bands. Selection is by audition and is regardless of school classification. Nine of these students are eligible to audition for the all-state band on Dec. 7.
- Top 10 Under 40 honored
- Plank expected to have a shot at making State as a freshman
- Ozark man hit by train dies
- With same foursome as last season, Ozark medley relay in optimistic mode
- Q's and A's with Clever's Taylor Genzler and Blaze Akins
- Q's and A's with Nixa wrestler Lexie Grothe
- Osborne thinks sustained success earned Eagles Hall of Fame induction
- First telecommunications tower inside Nixa approved
- $140 fee for historic building projects snags large Ozark bill
- Freshman Fugitt focused on adding to his collection of state championships