Ciera Reyes’ track career at Nixa was short-lived. Her final year in the sport was when she was in the eighth grade four years ago, perhaps because she competed in the shot put and not the high jump.
Brynn Bonewell’s versatility has been valuable enough that she’s grown accustomed to changes in where she will play. Over the past handful of months, the Ozark senior had a change of heart in what form of volleyball she wants to play at the college level.
Terianne Wolford relates there could be another Hall of Famer in her family in the future. At least, the former Nixa great is impressed with what she’s seeing in her 9-year-old daughter, Avah, while shooting hoops.
The chase for the All-Sports Trophy for girls in the Central Ozark Conference for the 2018-19 school year may be over not long after it began.Ozark gained a commanding edge on the rest of the league during the fall sports season, as the Lady Tigers enjoyed unprecedented success within the lo…
Billings dropped a 25-22, 25-15 decision to West Platte in the third-place match of the Class 1 State Volleyball Tournament in Cape Girardeau on Saturday.
All things considered, it's a bit understandable why Billings outside hitter Bailey Groves played on nearly an empty stomach during the Lady Wildcats’ Sectional and Quarterfinal victories last weekend.
After driving nearly an hour to Greenfield at Districts last Tuesday, Billings' volleyball team drove more than three hours to Lesterville for Sectionals on Saturday.
Ozark’s streak of Final Four berths ended at nine, as coach Adeanna Brewer’s bunch lost to Willard 25-21, 22-25, 26-24 in Class 4 Sectional action at Willard on Saturday.
Harper Little and her Clever teammates played with no fear opposite mighty Strafford on Tuesday, allowing the Lady Jays to give the Lady Indians everything they wanted.