Kaleb Wofford was able to take pride in being back to his smooth-shooting self as a junior last season. He showed resilience by bouncing back from a subpar sophomore season.
Going on his fourth year as a starting guard for Nixa, Kaleb Wofford hasn’t been part of a District championship team. In fact, his senior class could be the first to go through high school without celebrating at least one Eagles District title since the graduating class of 2007.
Perhaps it was in the bag, or bags, if you will, that all along during A.J. Elliott's recruiting trail, it would end where it started.
Clever's Allie Clevenger couldn't help but feel a bit anticlimactic concerning her signing ceremony last week, given the quarantined lifestyle the coronavirus pandemic has us all enduring.
CAMDENTON — Having just sank a 3-pointer, Ozark center Katie Mayes had an extra bounce in her step as she bolted from one wing and made a strong move across the lane on her way to a left-handed layup Wednesday.
AJ Elliott's entrance to Ozark's 1,000-point club would seem to be three years in the making. The senior center has been a starter for the Tigers the past two seasons and made his varsity debut as a backup his sophomore year.
After being heavily favored to win the Class 5 District 10 championship and doing so last week, Ozark finds itself in the underdog role opposite Columbia Rock Bridge for Wednesday's Class 5 Sectional matchup at Camdenton.
Valuing lessons learned and even confidence gained, Ozark coach Mark Schweitzer leaves no doubt he's glad the Tigers faced their upcoming Sectional foe, Columbia Rock Bridge, twice in mid-January.
SPRINGFIELD — The offensive woes that plagued Nixa this season returned just long enough Thursday to lead to the Lady Eagles' 57-45 loss at the hands of Kickapoo in the Class 5 District 11 championship game.
Nixa guard Kaleb Wofford and the Eagles don't feel like underdogs going into tonight's Class 5 District 11 championship against Kickapoo. But the sentiments they have gathered have them thinking the great majority of fans are favoring the Chiefs.
SPRINGFIELD — As badly as Josh Mason had been struck with a virus since last Friday, he endured one of the most stressful weekends of his life and the start of this week was terribly trying on him, as well.
When Ozark coaches, players and fans picture a District basketball setting, the Tigers and Lady Tigers haven't thought of Lebanon.