Neosho boys young and rebuilding

Springfield, Mo. (  -- Neosho looks to go in a new direction this season under first year head coach xx xx.

Head Coach – Jason Horn, 1st season (0-0)

2011 Record- 4-22

Returners: 2 (Andy Lett, senior; Preston Johnson, junior)

Players to Watch – Cole Bishop, junior; Cadin Hendrix, sophomore; Logan Stuart, sophomore; Chris Paullus, sophomore; Brett Williams, freshman; Darrian Guillory, freshman; Lukas Werneke, freshman.

2012 Outlook
Bad news for Wildcats fans, expect 2012-13 to be another rebuilding year in Neosho. Returning just two players from last year’s 4-22 team, the Wildcats are trying to usher in a new era under first year head coach Jason Horn. Senior Andy Lett and junior Preston Johnson will look to replace the scoring void left by Ethan Murray, now at C of O. Although the Wildcats will take their lumps due to their inexperience, the silver lining is eventually these freshmen and sophomores will be juniors and seniors.

Odds and Ends: Neosho has just one senior on the roster entering 2012-13.

Photo Galleries

Pictures: Lasers vs Kastles

The Springfield Lasers hosted the Washington Kastles for the World Team Tennis title match.

Pictures: Best of 2013-14 Springfield Catholic Irish

Catch the best photos from the 2013-14 Irish athletic year.

Pictures: O-Zone Sports Jeopardy

The area's most knowledgeable sports fans faced off in the first annual O-Zone Sports Jeopardy at the Ozark Empire Fair.
O-Zone Opinion
Mohawk Chronicles: Oklahoma the right choice for Dorial Green-Beckham
Dorial Green-Beckham is now an Oklahoma Sooner. If you're scratching your head right now, you're not alone. Yes, DGB will have to sit out the entire 2014 season, something that he wouldn't have had to do had he transferred to a FCS or D-2, but is...
Read More
Mohawk Chronicles: Ozark Conference 7v7 Football recap
For the third summer in a row Kickapoo hosted the Ozark Conference 7v7 Tournament. Here is a recap from the 3rd annual event. The Champs are here For the first time in the 3-year history of the Ozark Conference 7-on-7 Tournament someone...
Read More
The future is now for local soccer
We’re graduating a great crop of senior soccer players this spring. Anywhere from 15-25 will not only contend for all-state honors once the season is over, but also keep playing in college next school year. So, who replaces some of those top...
Read More
Most Viewed