AURORA – As Reeds Spring hit the field to take on Aurora in the regular-season finale on Friday night, junior fullback Cody Hughes was in street clothes on the sidelines, his season ended by the broken arm he suffered last week against Cassville.
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It isn’t often a volleyball team can find a ton of positives out of a two-set loss.
Friday night’s game at Carl Junction was like a game of “déjà vu, all over again” for the Branson High School football team.
Seeds and pairings have been announced for the district volleyball tournaments starting next week, with Blue Eye and School of the Ozarks collecting the top two seeds for the Class 1 District 6 Tournament in Sparta.
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…
BLUE EYE – There weren’t many smiles to be found around the Blue Eye High School volleyball team on Monday night.
OZARK – Not much went right for the Branson High School softball team in the opening round of the Class 4 District 10 Tournament on Wednesday night.
REEDS SPRING – Senior Day turned out to be a little anticlimactic for the Reeds Spring High School softball team on Thursday night.
In the aftermath of Branson High School’s two-set loss to Nixa on Tuesday night, there wasn’t a lot for Lady Pirates’ coach Kailey Bridges to say.
After the top half of the first inning on Tuesday afternoon, Branson High School’s softball team was staring up at a 4-0 deficit.
Coming off a less-than-inspiring performance at the Camdenton Tournament last weekend, the Branson High School volleyball team found exactly what it needed last week.
When Seth Stamps hauled in the second-half kickoff at the Reeds Spring 1-yard line on Friday night, he had a full field ahead of him.
Branson High School’s volleyball team improved to 11-8 overall and 2-1 in the Central Ozark Conference, cruising to a two-set victory over host Republic on Tuesday night.
In the immediate aftermath of Branson High School’s 3-1 boys’ soccer loss to Neosho on Tuesday night, the message from coach David Brenner was a simple one.
An undefeated season for the Reeds Spring football team ended Friday, as the No. 7 Wolves dropped a 17-14 decision to Springfield Catholic on homecoming.
Last weekend, as his team sat with a 3-4 overall record and in the middle of the Parkview Tournament in Springfield, Branson High School boys’ soccer coach David Brenner made a bold move.
Heading into Friday’s game against state powerhouse Webb City, Branson High School coach Anthony Hays told his team to leave everything they had on the field.
MT. VERNON – When the call came in from the sideline, the Reeds Spring High School offensive players had to hide their excitement to avoid tipping off the defense that something special was coming.
Some four months after the death of former teammate Angela Mallonee Garbee, College of the Ozarks women’s basketball coach Becky (Vest) Mullis still has to catch herself when she thinks about reaching out to her longtime friend.
REEDS SPRING – Don’t look now, but the Branson High School volleyball team appears to be getting on a roll these days.
REEDS SPRING – Reeds Spring High School’s football team was riding high coming into Friday night’s home game against Logan-Rogersville.