Women's Track Top Stories

The spring of 2013 was destined to hold big things for Brendan Black. A junior at the time, Black was coming off of a sophomore campaign that saw him take third place at in the 200M dash at t...
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“For Him.” Two words that have meaning beyond measure for Crane’s Emma Lander. The phrase has become a motto for how Lander lives her life, and is also at the foundation ...
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Running is what Daylan Quinn does. It is not uncommon to catch the MV-BT/Liberty sophomore running around south central Missouri on a given day. After all, it is that dedication that helpe...
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Camdenton’s McKenzie Wright makes jumping look easy. Over the past two years the 6-foot-2 high, long, and triple jumper has emerged into the area’s best all-around jumper, even si...
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The name “Gunnar” has a Nordic origin, most commonly referred to as a “warrior” or “fighter”. The Viking translation is used to describe a brave and bold warr...
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Each week Liberty Bank will sponsor a photo of the week contest that you, the fan, get to decide the winner among the five nominees. You can vote in the poll below to take your pick and each pho...
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Glendale’s Spencer Haik finished his career in dominating fashion by winning his third consecutive 1600 meter title on Saturday. Haik led from wire-to-wire and posted a personal best 4:...
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We've asked you about the best athletes, the best coaches, even the best cheer and dance teams, but this week we're giving all those screaming, face painting (or chest painting), die har...
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Each week Liberty Bank will sponsor a photo of the week contest that you, the fan, get to decide the winner among the five nominees. You can vote in the poll below to take your pick and each pho...
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Just a year removed from one of the most lopsided state championships in Class 2 MSHSAA history the Lamar boys had one goal. Repeat. The Tigers did just that, tallying 71 points in...
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Pictures: Carl Junction 2, Republic 0


Carl Junction defeated Republic in two sets, 25-22 and 25-18, on Thursday.

Pictures: Joplin 2, Willard 0


The Eagles claimed a season-opener victory over Willard on Thursday.

Pictures: Thayer 9, Willow Springs 7


Despite giving up five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, Thayer holds on to win their season opener.
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Win or lose, 2014's the turning point for Bears' program
The freshness of a new season offers a chance for a fresh start, hope and the promise of a better future. And if you've been a Missouri State football fan or follower for any part of the past two and a half decades, you know no team necessitates...
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2014 Girls Tennis outlook
With the fall season rapidly approaching, who are the area high school tennis players that could find themselves in the state playoffs? Here's a look at some of the best around the area. Class 2 Contenders (Players) CeCe Givens, Branson,...
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Mohawk Chronicles: Week 1 Football Recap
Finally, all the talking, previewing and predictions by "experts" such as myself are over. The season is here and Week 1 had a ton to offer. Here is a recap of the week that was and a look at big games next week, as well as my weekly "Big Man on...
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Coach's Corner: Cross Country Introduction
This is the first experience for combining both Cross Country and other running information with what I hope will be interesting insights and features concerning athletes, training, competition, and "post" season racing. So let's begin at the...
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Who will be SW Missouri's best male XC runner in 2014?
  Blake Barth - Carl Junction
  Camden Barrett - West Plains
  Tristan Eaton - Sparta
  Nathan Hall - Kickapoo
  Jesse Herd - Branson
  Marcus Johnson - Nixa
  Luke Miller - Glendale
  Kaden Overstreet - Lamar
  Daylan Quinn - MV/BT-Liberty
  Caleb Stillings - Ava
 
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