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.
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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.
SPRINGFIELD – The inaugural all-star soccer game matching the best of the best of the Central Ozark Conference and the Ozark Conference was contested on a hot field at Evangel University on Sunday afternoon.
The name on the front of the uniforms may say “Ozarks,” but for three members of the College of the Ozarks women’s basketball team, they may as well be donning uniforms for the Missouri Valley Magic.
The spring sports season was a three-month roller-coaster of surprising performances for Tri-Lakes area teams.
The 2018-19 winter sports season was full of big individual performances and some big team success for Tri-Lakes area basketball teams.
The success stories over the past school year for Tri-Lakes area high school and college teams included a nice assortment of the old and the new.
When you’re talking about a winning pedigree, a tradition of excellence and a ton of credibility, there may be no better example than the newest assistant coach on the Branson High School football team.
SPRINGFIELD – High school sports rivalries can be a funny thing.
RIDGEDALE – Through the early rounds of Stage 7 of the Major League Fishing’s Bass Pro Tour on Table Rock Lake, Jacob Wheeler was putting up numbers that have never been seen on the pro fishing circuit.
With the spring sports season finally over, two of the most versatile and talented female high school athletes in the Tri-Lakes region are primed to face one of the most important summers of their careers.
HOLLISTER – At the beginning of the spring baseball season, there were some common themes that ran through the Hollister High School program and sophomore Layton Morgan.
COLUMBIA – In the aftermath of the season-ending Class 3 state track and field championships on Saturday afternoon, there was a definite bittersweet feeling surrounding the Reeds Spring High School girls’ team.
Consider Reagan Ulrich’s mission to be accomplished.
COLUMBIA – When Hollister High School freshman Emily Young started the track and field season a few months back, she had some expectations.
RIDGEDALE – Going into the final day of the Stage 6 competition with the Bass Pro Tour of Major League Fishing, Aaron Martens sent up a prayer or two.
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.
The Hollister High School girls’ track and field team isn’t big on numbers.
JEFFERSON CITY – The list of things the Blue Eye High School girls’ track team doesn’t have is a significant one.
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.
Forsyth High School’s baseball team made a run to the championship game of the Class 3 District 12 Tournament before dropping a 6-5 decision to host Clever on Tuesday afternoon.
Playing against a deep, talented and seasoned Springfield Catholic team, Reeds Spring baseball coach Chris Funk knew his team couldn’t afford many missteps in the opening round of the Class 4 District 11 Tournament.
After the biggest victory of his high school baseball career, Hollister High School senior Garrett Moody was asked how his arm felt.
When Forsyth High School’s Rachel Essary leaned into a sixth-inning pitch during Friday morning’s Class 1 District 9 championship game, she was just trying to hit the ball hard.