Ozark pole-vaulter Olivia Lyon likely won’t have to worry about getting too much sun at this weekend’s Class 5 State Track Meet. The weather forecast calls for high temperatures in the mid-80s and a 50 percent chance of rain with mostly cloudy conditions.
Allison Brumley drew inspiration from her grandfather on her way to increasing her personal record in the long jump last weekend by nearly a foot.
Ozark grads Blake Mozley and Carson Shaver have never attended a Show-Me Collegiate League (SMCL) game at U.S. Baseball Park. That will change next week, as they take part in the league.
Nixa has five representatives and Ozark three selections on the All-Class 5 District 10 Team. Who's not on the team arguably is as notable as who is.
Clever’s players and coaches bypassed all the curves on the exceptionally windy road that is Highway 14 between Sparta and Ava. The Jays were alerted Hwy. 14 was closed about 10 miles west of Ava and thus their team bus traveled along Hwy. 160 en route to the Douglas County county seat Monday.
Drue Lawrence returned to throw the javelin as a senior this spring, despite an elbow injury that threatened to end her softball career and easily could have curtailed her track career, as well.
Nixa grad Meleah Ridenour is preparing to compete in three events at the NCAA D-II National Outdoors Track Championships this weekend in Kingville, Texas.
Chadwick’s Evan Smith made it back-to-back state championships in the 1,600 and also claimed a gold medal in the 800 and 3,200 at the Class 1 State Track Meet in Jefferson City this past weekend.
Sydney Johnson’s results have been impressive enough that she hasn’t minded too much having to wear a medical boot to support a stress fracture in her left foot.
Nothing came easy for Jadyn Easley over the last week of regular-season play and during Districts this week. So, it figured Ozark's career scoring leader netting a goal only a few minutes into Thursday’s Class 4 District 9 final would have been too easy.
Kinson Michel made the most of the time he had this spring to be active, banging out two hits in both Nixa’s Class 5 District 10 semifinal and final games.