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On paper, the claims Nixa’s offensive players have repeatedly stated in the pre-season that Caleb Pierce may blossom into one of the COC’s most dangerous players might seem a bit far-fetched.
Quarterback Chance Strickler was able to make sense of the many nuances of Ozark’s triple-option offense last season, even without being able to rely on all of his senses.
One of the most compelling scenes of Ozark’s first week of practices centered around nose guard Hunter Tennison.
Sports editor Pat Dailey engaged in a Q’s and A’s session with Ozark junior linebacker/running back Ethan Pritchard:
Christian County schools this week greeted roughly 15,000 students as they returned from summer break, and the first day of school isn’t as simple as opening the front doors and rolling out a welcome mat.
Students across Christian County are returning or have already started classes this week for the 2019-2020 school year.
For the eighth year in a row, the Christian County Elks Lodge No. 2777 hosted children to “Elks Back to School Shopping” spree at Walmart stores in Ozark and Nixa, supported by Least Of These Christian County food pantry.
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- 5 attorneys later, Springfield woman’s case still going
- Eagles thrilled to begin and end practices an hour earlier than past
- Gunshot reported at Ozark Walmart, none injured, person arrested
- Pierce's story atypical of a potential Nixa star
- Ozark aldermen consider RV variance for man's medical conditions
- Walmart parking lot robbery suspect has first court appearance
- Charges filed against formerly ‘armed and dangerous’ Highlandville man
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