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Former College of the Ozarks volleyball and basketball player Jennifer Nichols will return to the Tri-Lakes Area as Reeds Spring's new volleyball coach. Nichols will take over a successfu...
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The Galena Bears return a young, inexperienced squad this year to the volleyball court. The Lady Bears return just two starters, juniors Morgan Cunnynham and Leanne Sansoucie. Sansoucie was nam...
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The Forsyth Lady Panthers will be building on last year’s 19-win season even though they lost three letter-winners in Taylor Bills, Breonna Davis and Victoria Higgins. The Panthers do ret...
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The 2013 season brought another state Class 1 final four appearance for the Osceola Indians. It was the second in a row for the team and head coach Shannon Schrock, whose squad went 25-8-4 en ro...
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The Crane Lady Pirates return all but one player from last year’s team (Marissa Stevens) and look to improve on what was an already good 21-5 team. Having achieved the number three see...
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The Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs return most of their team and hope to improve on last year’s record of 8-17-2. Gone from that team is lone senior Sierra Snowden. Chris Kensinger is starting...
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Last year the West Plains Lady Zizzers volleyballers played in a difficult district with Jefferson City (20-11-2), Willard (20-11-2), Waynesville (23-7) and Rolla (23-10-1) all being 20-win team...
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The Spokane Lady Owls followed up their surprising district title two years ago with their second straight district title win last year. The Lady Owls won the Class 1, District 8 volleyball t...
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The Sparta Lady Trojans volleyballers look to improve on last year’s 20-8-4 record and be competitive against every team on their schedule. Sparta will be competing at the Class 1 level th...
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After a 4-15-1 record last year that saw a first round defeat in districts to New Covenant Academy, the Niangua Cardinals lost only one player to graduation and bring back five starters from las...
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Pierce City is trying to use last year’s sour ending as motivation in 2014. The Eagles (23-7 overall) went undefeated in the Spring River Valley Conference and were the top seed in thei...
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After a tough season last year that saw the Houston Lady Tigers finish with an 8-13-6 record and an early first round exit in the district tournament, fourth-year head coach Skye Wade has a numb...
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There’s a theme surrounding the Parkview Lady Vikings volleyball team this fall: newness. Not only is the team without any returning starters from last year, they also have a brand new...
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New Monett volleyball head coach Julie Dalton has a formidable task in front of her. Not only is she trying to turn around a program that has won 13 games over the last 3 years and that went 2-...
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Pleasant Hope finished with a respectable 16-12-1 record a year ago, which included a tournament title at the Thomas Jefferson Invitational. The season ended with a loss to Final Four-bound Fair...
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Hopes are riding high for the Lady Tigers this coming fall – and for very good reason. Following a 2013 campaign which saw Hurley notch a respectable 14-12 record but a disappointing f...
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The Everton Lady Tigers volleyball team will be infused with new guidance, in the form of head coach Roger Dreier. Dreier retired after 26 years as teacher and coach of various girls’ spor...
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Just nine months removed from capping a 33-6-2 season with a Final Four run, falling to St. Francis Borgia in the Class 3 state championship game, Carl Junction is looking to carry that momentum...
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You could say the Eminence volleyball squad is Rolen into the 2014 campaign. To be clear, that’s to say the Redwings have a handful of key returners on their roster, including a pair of...
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Each year players around the Ozarks step it up and take their game to the next level. Who will be some of those guys in 2014? Our 14 for ’14 series continues as we breakdown some guys that...
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While the last few years haven’t been terrible for Cassville volleyball, they’ve definitely been below expectations. After finishing 21-6-4 in 2009, the Lady Wildcats have struggled....
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The Aurora Lady Houn's will feature a squad of all upperclassmen and just one sophomore on its varsity roster and will use the success of a late-season run in 2013 to propel them to what the...
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In her first year as a head coach, Heather Senseney has a little bit of everything to start with at Wheaton. She has senior leadership with three returning seniors. She has depth with seven...
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If you’re looking for a way to describe the Purdy volleyball team, try a movie title. Specifically “Back To The Future." Having not won a district title in 11 years, the Lady Eagl...
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The Ash Grove Lady Pirates return with a Class 2, District 11 title, following a 22-8-3 season in 2013. But new head coach Stephanie Curbow faces the task of replacing six seniors. &ldqu...
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A new coach and a handful of new talent is hopefully just what Skyline needs to turn things around on the volleyball court. After a disappointing 2013 season, finishing last in the Mid-Lakes...
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A big move in Marionville softball means major benefits for the Lady Comet volleyball squad. With school moving softball to a spring schedule, the volleyball team will boost their roster with f...
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After finishing last season at 9-18-3, the Willow Springs Lady Bears know their record easily could have been much better, which is exactly what second-year head coach Valarie Jackson expects fr...
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After a 14-14-3 season last year that included a second round loss at the district tournament, ninth-year head coach Angie Jester and the Cabool Lady Bulldogs volleyball program returns nearly a...
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The fall sports Jamborees kick off on Friday, Aug. 15 with football and some soccer and continue on the following Monday and Tuesday. See below for all of the Jamborees we have heard about to...
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The Tigers won their opening game of the season in front of 60,000 people.

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Springfield Catholic swept the team titles while Tabitha Weber and Daylan Quinn clenched individual gold medals.

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5 Takeaways from Mizzou's win over SDSU
Mizzou opened its football season with a 38-18 win over FCS opponent South Dakota State on Saturday. Here are five things I am taking away from the first game of the season. PICTURES: MIZZOU VS. SOUTH DAKOTA STATE - CLICK HERE 1. It is a good thing...
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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...
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