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With a trio of .400 hitters and a handful of other starters hitting above .300, Nixa’s lineup is wearing out opposing pitchers. more
Maggie Czachowski has come to the realization she most likely won’t be breaking any of Spokane’s hurdles records. But she is making a name for herself in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles. more
With multi-state champion Riley Arnold on her heels, Spokane’s Lily Hunsucker raced to a first-place finish in the 1,600 at the Spokane Relays last week. more
Ozark’s AJ Jackson could relate to how Tiger Woods felt walking the fairways at The Masters earlier this month. more
Will Scheer gave a good account of himself at the Nixa Relays last week while giving the 100 a try for the first time. more
Nixa’s home course and practice course remains Rivercut, but the Eagles are also very familiar with Fremont Hills Country Club. more
The 200 at the Spokane Relays last week didn’t turn out exactly how Sparta’s Lee Mayes hoped it would, other than the finish. more
The 3-1 putout that actually never was for Ozark on Tuesday won’t live in infamy as another would-be 3-1 putout from the 1985 Cardinals-Royals I-70 World Series. more
The knock on Nixa by pre-season pundits, and it was a pounding, prevalent perspective, was that coach Logan Hughes’ team didn’t possess a powerful No. 1 pitcher the likes of former Eagles kingpin Isaac Mitchell. more
Nixa’s 14-0 start to this season has seen the Eagles put up 134 runs, or an average of more than nine runs a game. more
Jaret Nelson and his Nixa teammates responded to temperatures in the 30s with a 15-hit attack Friday in the Eagles’ opener of the Rogersville/Hollister Tournament. more
After hitting his first varsity home run over the weekend, Nixa sophomore Jack Edwards wasn’t awarded the home run ball. more
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