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The Class 4 boys State Cross Country race saw a historic performance by Marquette’s Noah Kauppila as he finished first in a time of 15:22.34 for a meet record. Glendale’s Spen...
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Stockton, Catholic and Strafford showed up to the Class 2 State XC Meet and represented SW Missouri well. Stockton saw its boys’ team finish second with 130 points and its girls team ...
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The cross country teams at Humansville and Hermitage earned several postseason awards ahead of this weekend's state race in Jefferson City. Hermitage had a total of seven runners earn all...
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Area harriers punched their tickets to state next weeked. See the qualifiers and results here. Class 4 - Sectional 3 Boys Team Qualifiers - CLICK HERE FOR FULL RESULTS 1. Rock Bridge 2. W...
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Rock Bridge’s Kayla Funkenbusch and Evan Schulte swept the Missouri Class 4, District 5 cross country meet in convincing fashion on Saturday at Lebanon’s Richardson Ranch. Both r...
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The Branson girls rode a 1-2 finish from sisters Torri and Adeline Holder on Tuesday to claim the COC Large Cross Country team title with 42 points. Torri, a senior, edged her fres...
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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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The Springfield Catholic Irish Invitational is one of the biggest meets in the area with more than 40 schools participating. When presented with fields numbering in the low triple digits, the...
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Buffalo’s Jonathan Murphy and Shelby Jackson took home first place medals today at the Willard Highline Invitational XC meet, while the team wins went to the Branson Lady Pirates and th...
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For over a century Springfield has been the center of the Ozarks sports landscape. Many great coaches and athletes have walked the halls of the "Queen City's" hallowed hallways. During tha...
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Ned went caught up with long-time Glendale Cross Country coach Jeff Berryessa to talk about running, this year's team and his own history with running. ...
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Parkview's Cameron Byrley ran away from the field at Lebanon on Monday, winning his second cross country meet in three days, this time in convincing fashion. Just two days after wi...
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On a day when two course records were set, Parkview senior Cameron Byrley became a two-time champion on Saturday at the Eighth Annual Forest Park Cross Country Festival. Byrley said he wanted...
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Glendale’s Spencer Haik kicked off the XC season in fashion, taking home first place at the 28th Annual SWCCCA Meet in Bolivar, Mo. after running a 16:26. The Falcon senior cruised to ...
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The Willard Tigers cross country runners have already logged some serious miles this summer, meeting at 6 each morning to run. “We just focus on miles in,” said head coach Clark G...
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Replacing an All-State top 10 finisher in Class 4 like Kickapoo graduate Ian Frazier is a lot to ask of one individual. So Kickapoo head cross country coach Jeremy Goddard won’t ask it ...
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After last season’s success for both the girls and boys cross country teams, the Strafford Indians look to continue that in 2013. Finishing third in districts, the boys cross country te...
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Lexi McNiel, a junior at Plato High School, has set the bar high for herself after capturing the Missouri Class 1 cross country state championship as a sophomore. She followed that performanc...
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The Catholic cross country teams both qualified for the Class 2 state meet last year and both squads bring back key contributors in their quests for a spot on the podium in Jefferson City. Fo...
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Parkview returns one of the state’s best runners in senior Cameron Byrley this year, and he has lofty goals in his final season. “He has some big goals,” Parkview head coach...
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The Nixa girls cross country team qualified for the Class 4 State Meet as a team for the second time in two years and third in school history last fall. Early November trips to Jefferson City...
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With a strong core of runners returning and an exciting incoming freshman class on the way, things are looking up this summer for the Lebanon High School cross country program. Head coach Ter...
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Rebuilding is the key word this year for the Reeds Spring cross country teams. Led by head coach Matt Locke and assistant coach Melissa Locke, the rebuilding process has already begun. Gone f...
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The Rogersville Wildcats return a lot of talent from last year’s cross country teams as four of the five state qualifiers are back. ...
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Coach Monica Wallace begins her 10th season as head cross country coach at Sparta. Wallace, after a three-year run of finishing third, second and third in the boys state meet, will begin a rebu...
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Tuesday night, Ozarks Sports Zone and the Springfield Sports Commission teamed up to bring the inaugural "1 Awards" sports recognition banquet to the Ozarks. After seven weeks and over 30,000 v...
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Thomas Chabrecek was the Class 1 runner-up at cross country. He was also a member of Crane's 2010 state championship basketball team. ...
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