There was some consolation on Ozark’s side Wednesday that the Tigers finally showed their exceptional ball-control that helped make this the program’s winningest season in school history.
Ozark has done about everything it can to establish itself as the premier soccer program in southwest Missouri for two seasons. The Tigers are mighty motivated to broaden their horizons entering tonight’s Class 4 Sectional contest with Lee’s Summit West.
Ozark defenders will keep a constant eye out for Branson forward Kyle Sutton tonight in the teams' Class 4 District 11 championship match.
Nixa midfielder Cooper Hines had a good idea beforehand what kind of night he and his Eagles teammates were in for during their Class 4 District 11 semifinal against Branson on Tuesday.
A recent scoring drought that has stretched over three games and included a 2-0 loss to Carthage on Tuesday ended Nixa’s run at remaining in contention for the COC championship.
SPRINGFIELD — Carson Beets surely enjoyed netting a hat trick earlier this week in Nixa’s rout of Carl Junction. But all week the senior midfielder had his mind on the Eagles’ trip to the Kickapoo Shootout and playing the likes of Lee’s Summit West.
A few miles south of Nixa High School at his family’s home along State Highway M, Eagles defender Kyle Hirsch has went through a penalty-kick shootout countless times, albeit as a dream scenario.
Maya Herman’s career-high five-RBI night in Nixa’s 9-6 win over Carthage on Thursday started with the Lady Eagles shortstop remembering to wear her team's appointed home uniform combination.
TK Stine, Troy Davidson and Wade Korns will have the chance this season to further establish their legacies within Ozark’s annals while trying to break the Tigers’ single-season record for wins for the second straight year.