Kyle Flavin saved himself from a tongue-lashing, at least for a few days, and swiftly snatched momentum from Webb City to Ozark, during a telling sequence in the renewal of the teams’ rivalry Friday.
Employees of the Christian County Assessor’s Office will eventually end up working in the same building space that once housed Christian County’s most wanted.
Ethan Whatley values consistency, but surely would like to break from his norm and explode for a big night of 25-30 points Friday. Such an output would likely go a long way toward Ozark’s bid for a signature win versus Webb City
With MSHSAA adding 3-4 weeks to wrestling season due to COVID-19 regulations, Ozark coach Tod Sundlie and his colleagues around the state have had to make adjustments to their routines.
BRANSON — College of the Ozarks coach Steve Shepherd’s initial plans for Tuesday evening called for him to make the drive to Republic for the Neosho-Republic game.
The Ozark Board of Aldermen agreed to enter into a five-year agreement that will put a quarter of a million dollars into a regional economic development partnership.
BRANSON — Looking up to many centers, Ozark’s Moriah Putt has learned she can have more success shooting under defenders than trying to shoot over them.
It would have been hard for a newcomer to Ozark’s wrestling room this season to know one of the Tigers’ most passionate and hardest working grapplers was alone in a corner riding a stationary bike.
With COC play tipping off this week, favorites for the conference title are being thrown out from all directions. One perennial contender for the crown hasn’t been tossed into the conversation.
City leaders from Ozark will be reaching out to the Christian County Commission, if they haven’t already, to ask for partnership and further participation in the revitalization of the downtown square.
January has 31 days, each 24 hours long, totaling 744 hours or 44,640 minutes. That is a lot of time. Throughout this month, we are challenging all library patrons to spend 10 hours reading books or listening to audiobooks.
Tyler Harmon’s experience playing with foul trouble, and he’s had plenty of it, has taught the Ozark guard to essentially keep playing the way he always plays.
Ozark’s Braxton Strick and Hunter Tennison and Nixa’s Peyton Moore all find themselves undefeated at the start of the new year. They’re quick to add it’s no time to rest on their laurels.