Posted: Monday, 11 February 2013 2:00PM

Poll: What area girls basketball coach would you take to win one game?



Southwest Missouri has become a hotbed for girls basketball, including numerous state championships over the past decaded.  This week we're asking, "what area girls basketball coach would you take to win one game?" in our Ozarks Sports Zone poll question.  Vote early and often.  Voting ends Friday at 5:00 pm.  We will announce the results Friday night at 11:00 on the O-Zone Show on the Ozarks CW.

What area girls coach would you take to win one game?
Kevin Cheek, Skyline
( 11% )
Kris Flood, Republic
( 22% )
Rory Henry, Walnut Grove
( 3% )
Shelly Jones, Marshfield
( 2% )
Yancey Little, Ozark
( 14% )
Darin Meinders, Chadwick
( 15% )
Jim Middleton, Nixa
( 3% )
Brad Shorter, Webb City
( 2% )
Jeff Williams, Eminence
( 5% )
Ted Young, Marionville
( 24% )
 

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