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After winning with intensity in the first set, Rogersville barely squeaked by Kickapoo on the road Tuesday night, taking the match 2-1. ...

With only a single senior on the roster, the Willard Lady Tigers started a young, yet capable, squad on Tuesday to take the match in three over Buffalo. ...

The Springfield Central Lady Bulldogs pleased their rowdy home crowd Tuesday night in their home opener by routing the inexperienced Parkview Lady Vikings in straight sets (25-11,25-4). ...

Coach Jenifer Bahner's first Drury Volleyball team has been tabbed for a fifth-place finish in the Great Lakes Valley Conference West Division. ...

Cardinals' catcher Yadier Molina says his injured thumb responded nicely during a workout at Hammons Field Tuesday. ...

The Hartville Lady Eagles continued their early season offensive onslaught with a 12-2 victory over the Marion C. Early Lady Panthers on Tuesday evening. ...

Of Blue Eye’s 17 losses last year, 9 came by the score of 2-1. This season head coach Chris Kensinger has put an emphasis on winning those close games. “We’re out to play the ...

Rogersville softball whipped Norwood by a 15-3 score on Tuesday. ...

It was all hugs and high-fives for the Pirates as Branson spoiled Hollister’s season opener on Tuesday. With the win, Branson moves to 2-0 on the season. ...

One day after suffering a season-opening loss on the road at Branson, the Lebanon volleyball team bounced back in a big way, defeating Marshfield on its home court, 25-14, 25-13. ...
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Pictures: Yadier Molina 2 for 3 in Sgf Cards debut

Rehabbing St. Louis catcher Yadier Molina picked up a sharp single and a laser beam double to the right field corner in his first game back from surgery on his right thumb.  Molina caught five innings and is expected to start for Springfield again to

Pictures: Rogersville 2, Kickapoo 1

Log-Rog opened the 2014 season with a win on the road against Kickapoo.

Pictures: Monett 4, Republic 3

The Cubs topped Republic in nonconference action.
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Win or lose, 2014's the turning point for Bears' program
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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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