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Former College of the Ozarks men’s basketball coach Al Waller was presented with the 2019 Gary Filbert Lifetime Achievement Award at the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association’s annual awards luncheon in April.

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The tornado that touched down Wednesday night and early Thursday, causing extensive damage in the Jefferson City area – including Adkins Stadium on the Jefferson City High School campus, has forced some changes to this weekend’s big-school state track and field championships.

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The College of the Ozarks baseball team suffered a heartbreaking loss in the opening round of the NCCAA World Series in Easley, South Carolina, on Wednesday, dropping a 6-5, 11-inning decision to Bluefield College (Virginia).

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Branson High School freshman Cali Essick continued her strong first season on the varsity track and field scene on Saturday, qualifying for the Class 5 state meet in two events in sectional competition at Waynesville High School.

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Barely 24 hours after its most exciting victory of the season – a win over two-time defending Class 4 state champion Aurora in the district semifinals – the Hollister High School baseball team found itself on the other end of the spectrum on Tuesday night.

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CLEVER – For a Forsyth High School baseball team that entered the postseason with a 6-14 overall record, Friday afternoon’s first-round game in the Class 3 District 12 Tournament was just what the doctor ordered.

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Gavin Brown finished in second place in the singles competition at the Class 2 District 11 Tournament on Friday at Gillenwaters Tennis Complex in Springfield, qualifying for the sectional tournament.

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The Reeds Spring High School girls’ track and field team made the most of its opportunities at Saturday’s Class 3 District 6 meet at Hollister, winning four events and qualifying in six events for the sectional meet.

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Branson High School freshman Cali Essick continued her memorable first season on the high school track and field scene, qualifying for the sectional meet in four events at the Class 5 District 2 meet in Carthage on Saturday.

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The Hollister High School baseball team is headed into the postseason on a roll, claiming the championship of the Forsyth Tournament and running their winning streak to five on Tuesday.