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In the aftermath of Reeds Spring’s second consecutive loss – a 35-0 defeat at the hands of unbeaten and state-ranked Cassville – Wolves coach Lance Gosch was eager to talk about the future.

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The final score of the women’s basketball alumni game at College of the Ozarks on Saturday night was 63-57, with the Maroon team defeating the Grey team.

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At the end of Hollister’s victory over Logan-Rogersville on Friday night, sophomore Kelby Gard took a very slow walk to the team’s locker room.You’ll have to forgive him for walking gingerly, as he did just about everything asked of him.The Tigers needed every last play from him, too, rallyi…

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Basketball season will get off to an unofficial start on Saturday night, when the College of the Ozarks women’s basketball program hosts the first Angela Mallonee Garbee Lady Cat Alumni Game.

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With the young team still searching for a win in its second varsity season, Forsyth Panthers Head Coach Tommie Anderson shared the folk tale of a stonecutter with players following a homecoming loss to visiting Stockton Tigers.

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Anna Presley carded a 99 and Katelyn Patrick shot a 100 on Tuesday at the Class 2 District 5 Tournament at Whispering Oaks Golf Course in Marshfield, with the two Branson High School golfers advancing to the sectional tournament.

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As the Branson High School softball program draws closer to the postseason in its first season under coach Josh McKee, there’s a sense of calm that has come over the program.

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Reeds Spring High School’s softball team turned in its best performance of the season on Thursday afternoon, going on the road and recording a 5-0 shutout of reigning Class 3 state champion Monett.

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BLUE EYE – In the aftermath of Thursday night’s two-set victory over School of the Ozarks, there was a definite sense of relief within the Blue Eye High School volleyball team.