If Sydney Johnson can meet her goals this spring, she would certainly have to be considered the top sprinter in the history of the Ozark girls track program.
Spokane’s Cody Decker is among the seniors statewide who didn’t get a chance to compete this spring as seniors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Nixa grad Chase Allen's standard of 173-11 in the javelin has stood as an Eagles record for four years now and for three years had been one of the most overwhelming marks in the program's annals.
Sam Shuman knows better than to wait until the opening of track practices on March 2 to get himself in shape. The Spokane junior long-distance standout has been logging mile after mile all winter.
It’s been three and a half years since Alicen Ashley, her two younger brothers, Aaron and Andrew, and their mother, Emily, moved from Bolivar to Nixa for a new beginning in their lives.
Spokane’s Sam Shuman showed off the dramatic improvement he’s made over the past two years, while capturing first at the Class 2 District 6 Meet at Lamar on Saturday.
With an uneasy feeling in his stomach, Eros Sutaita turned to his father Tuesday and asked him if he would fix his lunch on Nixa’s next meet day on a weekday.
Sam Shuman enters the Nixa Invitational on Tuesday with a surge of confidence and momentum on his side stemming from a strong showing at the Missouri Southern State Stampede over the weekend.
Hayden Farris is returning to Chadwick’s cross country team from a double-whammy that ended his basketball season last year before it could ever tip off. He’s running for the Cardinals after being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes last summer and then suffering a torn ACL and meniscus in his ri…
With returning State qualifier Alicen Ashley among five returning letterwinners, Nixa girls cross country coach Lance Brumley is eager for the Lady Eagles to get a chance to establish themeless.