Ozark's Olivia Lyon needed only one successful vault to win the Class 5 state championship in the pole vault at Columbia Battle on Saturday.
Alexis Barber, Brocklyn Barber and their Ozark 4 x 800 relay teammates practically experienced everything they hoped for at the Class 5 State Track Meet Saturday.
Elliot Rule got the attention of his cohorts in Nixa’s 4 x 400 relay leading up to the Class 5 State Track Meet by relating a nightmare he endured.
Ozark pole-vaulter Olivia Lyon likely won’t have to worry about getting too much sun at this weekend’s Class 5 State Track Meet. The weather forecast calls for high temperatures in the mid-80s and a 50 percent chance of rain with mostly cloudy conditions.
Nixa coach Lance Brumley considers Michael Sportsman among the most deserving of the Eagles to make this weekend's Class State Track meet, considering the effort he has put into his sophomore season.
Allison Brumley drew inspiration from her grandfather on her way to increasing her personal record in the long jump last weekend by nearly a foot.
Drue Lawrence returned to throw the javelin as a senior this spring, despite an elbow injury that threatened to end her softball career and easily could have curtailed her track career, as well.
Sydney Johnson’s results have been impressive enough that she hasn’t minded too much having to wear a medical boot to support a stress fracture in her left foot.
Nixa’s Mackenzie Ihasz broke a minute in the 400 for the first time and finally got the best of Ozark’s Anna Hitt in Class 5 District 2 action at Carthage on Saturday.
Nixa’s Jared Breig, William Kershaw, William Wheeler and Elliot Rule ran away from the competition en route to a first-place finish in the 4 x 400 relay in Class 5 District 2 action at Carthage on Saturday.
Ozark coach David Brewer’s memory failed him just a bit during Madison Reese’s signing ceremony with Pitt State when he introduced her as a defending COC champion in the javelin.
Jared Breig owns one Nixa school record individually and has another mark as part of a relay. Hardly content, the senior sprinter enters Districts as motivated as ever to better those standards and perhaps up his number of records.