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Eight different Lady Tigers contributed Monday night to cruise to a 63-33 win over the Parkview Lady Vikings.CLICK HERE FOR P...
The Ozark Lady Tigers have seen just about enough of Truman pitcher Paige Parker this fall. The Oklahoma-bound lefthander led...
The Ozark Lady Tigers beat the Branson Lady Pirates 10-0 Friday night to win the Class 4, District 11 title. The Lady Tigers ...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerAfter working their way back from a double-digit second-half defi...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerThe stands were packed at Branson’s softball field Monday n...
Ozark won its season-opening softball game 10-0 over Lebanon behind Brittany Nimmo’s one-hitter over four innings to op...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerThe Ozark Lady Tigers (15-6; 3-0 COC) defeated the Branson Lady P...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerHannah Cook scored 19 points to lead Ozark to an easy 72-18 win o...
Coach Yancey Little had an outstanding 2012 season with a record of 27-7, taking runner-up honors at Class 4 state behind Tru...
After finishing as the Class 4 state runner-up two years ago, it was a disappointing ending last fall when the Ozark High Sch...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerThe State quarterfinals were decided on Saturday when the Ozark L...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerHannah Cook scored 19 points to lead Ozark to an easy 72-18 win o...
The Ozark Lady Tigers beat the Branson Lady Pirates 10-0 Friday night to win the Class 4, District 11 title. The Lady Tigers ...
After losing a couple starters and a head coach in the offseason, the Ozark Tigers look to make another playoff run thanks to...
If you were to compare Ozark leadoff hitter Hailee Vigneaux to an MLB player, an in-his-prime Ichiro Suzuki would’ve be...
Southwest Missouri has become a hotbed for girls basketball, including numerous state championships over the past decaded. Th...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerAfter working their way back from a double-digit second-half defi...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerEven if she misses her first couple of shots, Jeana Raper still g...
After finishing as the Class 4 state runner-up two years ago, it was a disappointing ending last fall when the Ozark High Sch...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerThe Ozark Lady Tigers (15-6; 3-0 COC) defeated the Branson Lady P...
Thanks to a four run fifth inning the Webb City Lady Cardinals were able to knock off the Ozark Lady Tigers 6-1 and capture t...
The Ozark Lady Tigers defeated the Nixa Lady Eagles 9-4 on Thursday night. Ozark retired the jersey number of former Lady Tig...
The Ozark High School softball program has accomplished plenty over the years. But power-wise, the Tigers had never hit quite...
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Bolivar beats Greenwood 5-0 in district tennis action.
Action from Monday's district tournament at Karen Kjar Memorial in Buffalo.
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Statewide high school football rankings, as compiled by a 14-member panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. First-place votes in parenthesis. Panel is made up of Dion Clisso, PrepsKC; Sam McDowell, The Kansas City Star; Chris Geinosky, The Liberty Tribun
Every two weeks, OzarksSportsZone.com will release local boys’ soccer power rankings. 
Each week the O-Zone staff will rank the top 10 area football teams based on dominance by class, aka how they stack up pound-for-pound with the other schools in their respective class.  (Class, record, previous ranking in parenthesis) 1. Lamar (C2, 5
Missouri Media football rankings   Statewide high school football rankings, as compiled by a 14-member panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. First-place votes in parenthesis. Panel is made up of Dion Clisso, PrepsKC; Sam McDowell, The Kansas Cit