A season that is turning into a continuing run of “what-ifs” continued for the Branson High School football team on Friday night.
When Branson High School boys’ soccer coach David Brenner watched his team’s offensive performance against Carl Junction on Tuesday night, he saw just what he was hoping to see.
The last time Forsyth High School won a varsity football game was Oct. 13, 2017 – a 50-44 victory over Santa Fe.
Something strange happened on the way to a 2-0 start for the Reeds Spring High School football team.
The 2019 volleyball season is only about a week old.
Lamar High School may not have invented the formula for winning high school football games.
Branson High School senior Cat Ford went into Tuesday afternoon’s season opener against Weaubleau with not much of a scouting report in mind.
An hour into the 2019 season opener, the Branson High School volleyball team was on the verge of a giant-killing upset. The Lady Pirates hosted Logan-Rogersville in their first match, and the Wildcats were coming off a 2018 season when they finished 38-2, won the Class 4 state championship a…
When it came down to the end and the game was in the balance on Friday night, Hollister High School’s football team dipped deep into the playbook. The Tigers scored the game-winning touchdown with a bit of flair in the season opener against East Newton, scoring on a hook-and-lateral to break…
There’s a definite youth movement going on with the Branson High School softball team.
Consider the first test of the high school football season passed with flying colors.
You’ll have to forgive Garrett Wicker if he is more than a little bit eager to get his senior season going with the Branson High School boys’ soccer team.
BLUE EYE – The numbers tell the story about how close Blue Eye High School was to a girls’ cross country state championship last season.
Four years ago, Rielly Dobbs was a senior at Nixa High School, putting her volleyball talents on display throughout southwest Missouri.
BLUE EYE – Blue Eye High School’s volleyball team has a definite target on its back this fall.
The School of the Ozarks volleyball team has been a model of consistency throughout its varsity history.
REEDS SPRING – There’s one big warning shot for opponents on the Reeds Spring High School softball team.
A team from Branson was granted an automatic berth into this year’s Cal Ripken Major/70 World Series at Ballparks of America.
Looking back over the six years of the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge, it’s easy to play the comparison game.
As Blue Eye High School senior Kohnnar Patton was debating the decision on where to take her basketball talents to the next level, she could have gotten advice from many different sources.
For 10 days in August, rivalries will be put aside as the 12-year-old team Branson All-Stars take the field at the Cal Ripken Major/70 World Series.
The black-and-white numbers are out there, not up for much interpretation.
FORSYTH – Andy McFarland knows the task he has ahead of him isn’t an easy one.
For the first few minutes of Saturday night’s Gerald A. Pilz and Friends All-Star Basketball Games at Keeter Gymnasium, Andrew Mitchell felt like he had gone back in time.
Two Blue Eye High School graduates and several College of the Ozarks basketball signees will be in action on Saturday night, at the 25th annual Gerald A. Pilz and Friends All-Star Basketball Games.