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After a one-year hiatus, Randy Flint has returned to track with a splash, emerging as one of SWMO’s top sprinters. Flint was runner-up in the 200 in Class 5 District action Saturday. … more
Clever picked up four first-place finishes in Class 3 Sectional action at Mountain Grove on Saturday and will be represented at the Class 3 State Meet in 14 events. The Lady Jays’ Jayleign … more
A corner kick provided Nixa the winning goal in the Lady Eagles’ regular-season win versus Kickapoo and coach Evan Palmer is hoping similar set pieces carry his team to the Class 4 District 5 … more
Jackson Cantwell’s sophomore season continues to play out even better than he hoped, so much so that the Nixa sophomore standout is having to set new goals. Cantwell completed his … more
Bria Wright responded to Districts like a champ, in fact like a two-time champion. The Ozark sophomore swept the Class 5 District 6 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles. “I like the … more
Kannon Williams has established himself among SWMO’s premier sprinters this season and etched his name in Ozark’s records book as the Tigers record-holder in the 100. But the reality … more
Nixa’s Taylor Hopper is enjoying her friendly rivalry with Joplin’s Brylee Strickland that could stretch over four weeks. Hopper and Strickland have raced against each other the past … more
REPUBLIC — Playing without injured goalkeeper Kaylee Linnebur, Ozark took Republic to overtime before falling 4-3 in Class 5 District 6 opening-round action Saturday. Republic scored the … more
Nixa and Ozark enter Class 6 District 6 play with aspirations of capturing a championship. Glendale is the District’s No. 1 seed, but Eagles coach Logan Hughes and Tigers coach Justin … more
Jackson Cantwell and the rest of the Class 5 District 6 and Class 4 District 6 shot put entrants won’t quite be front and center Saturday, but will be showcased like never before. Nixa … more
FORSYTH — Entering Tuesday’s Class 2 District 5 final, Sparta center fielder Mya Fulton had to go back two years for her last memory of facing Forsyth pitcher Lindsey Essary. In … more
One of the most established athletes in the COC this school year, Ozark’s Kaylee Linnebur would have liked Tuesday for her elite vertical jump PR to be 25 inches, instead of of 24 1/2. A Republic … more
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