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Rae Little put on her best poker face while assuming Chadwick’s point guard duties Wednesday. more
Suddenly and already, Adam McKnight has emerged as one of the frontrunners for the COC Player Of the Year award. more
BELTON — Nixa’s girls had six Class 2 District 3 champions crowned Saturday. more
So much for head-to-head being the cure-all and end-all. more
Thanks in part to injuries annually hindering Jace Whatley on the gridiron the past three seasons, he has enjoyed a more distinguished Ozark career playing basketball than football. more
Sparta’s boys likely will have to get past both Greenwood and Fair Grove to repeat as Class 3 District 11 champions. more
With a 19-3 record, Chadwick’s boys have been tabbed the No. 3 seed for Class 1 District 4. more
Kylan Pickren called an audible and called his own number Wednesday. more
The final scores are almost identical and the scripts eerily similar, as well. But the fashion in which Hartville got the best of Sparta both last season and this year were different. more
Ozark’s Jace Whatley and Nixa’s Spencer Ward and Jayden Antonelli will be among the area seniors making their commitments official during the February national letter of intent signing day Wednesday. more
STRAFFORD — Spotting Strafford a 19-point lead, Clever closed to within five of the Lady Indians, before bowing 65-55 in a Mid-Lakes Conference matchup Monday. more
Kori Roussell and her Ozark teammates actually took high-percentage shots Monday, although the Lady Tigers’ failure to get to 40 points for the seventh time this season would easily indicate otherwise. more
Among Nixa’s seven COC Tournament champions last month were freshmen Abigail Counts and Ashton Mayes. more
All the would-be golfers among us already marvel at Josey Roberts’ 280-yard drives, along with her march to a COC championship by 12 strokes last fall, while wearing a protective boot for an injured ankle. more
Keivon Flint was a freshman and Randy Flint an eighth-grader when Jay Osborne completed his 30-year coaching career at Nixa two years ago. more
The prospect of going 26 days in between matches was more than enough to prompt Keaton Hurst to return to the mat for Ozark’s duals with Branson and Kickapoo on Tuesday. more
Since ditching a knee brace he wore for Ozark’s first 15 games, Jace Whatley has been encouraged by results he posted in the weight room. more
Ozark 190-pounder Johnny Williams was his own worst critic while evaluating his pin of Kickapoo’s Jonathan Vargas on Tuesday. more
Hannah Maskrod gained her biggest win on the season Tuesday, but one wouldn’t have known it by the Ozark 120-pounder’s reaction while walking off the mat. more
There’s obviously two O's and one D in Lyla Wood’s last name, but the D has always outweighed the O's from her viewpoint. more
Curtis Glossip feels his 165-pound COC Tournament championship over the weekend is further confirmation he made the right choice to bump up two weight classes. more
Nixa’s Kelsey Watts has set a new career-high for pins with 31 and counting, after she won by fall four times to take the 105-pound championship at the COC Tournament over the weekend. more
Johnny Williams hopes a lesson he learned on his way to the 190-pound championship at the COC Tournament on Saturday will serve him well in the post-season. more
Whether he’s running for touchdowns or posting a pin, Malachi Rider’s biggest fan is his father, Trevor. more
Double-team defense denied Jake Lafferty his customary double-double and his final chance at a Sparta Tournament championship. more
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