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Each week Ozarks Sports Zone ranks area teams based on their dominance by class. Momentum, strength of schedule and recent su...
Marshfield took advantage of Dupont Manual's standout player Krys McCune picking up two early personal fouls to pull off ...
After a 14-10 record last season and a loss in the semifinals of the district tournament to the eventual state champion Repub...
When Randi Hancock went down with a leg injury in the second quarter things didn’t look good.Class 4 – District 1...
Southwest Missouri has become a hotbed for girls basketball, including numerous state championships over the past decaded. Th...
The Miller Career Academy Lady Phoenix defeated the sixth-seeded Marshfield Lady Blue Jays, 60-51, to advance to the finals o...
Molly Carter, one of the most decorated players in Drury Lady Panthers basketball history, is returning to the program as an ...
Ask most 8-year-old girls what they want to be when they grow up and you’re likely to get a variety of answers.Maybe a ...
Despite holding Kansas signee Lauren Aldridge to just five points (and one field goal), the Branson Lady Pirates were avalanc...
Winning is an expectation for Marshfield Girls Basketball. The Lady Jays are tied for the most state championships in Missour...
Lauren Aldridge helped key a big Marshfield rally, scoring 14 third-quarter points and as the Lady Jays erased a 14-point def...
The Branson Lady Pirates gave the Marshfield Lady Jays all they could handle Monday night but fell short in the final few min...
After losing in the district championship game last season, the Marshfield Lady Jays are ready to contend once again.Coming o...
Marshfield was able to hold on in the fourth quarter to edge Republic 43-42 in nail-biter at home thanks in large part to Lau...
Marshfield has been knocking on the door of a district title for the past several years. The Lady Jays kicked the door down F...
Marshfield’s team motto is “Love Wins,” and that unity earned the Lady Jays and their three seniors a third...
Senior guard Lauren Aldridge was named the COC-Small Player of the Year for the 2013-14 season. Her coach, Shelly Jones, rece...
After playing catch-up for most of the game with rival Marshfield, the Bolivar High School girls’ basketball team found...
Napheesa Collier showed why she’s attracted scholarship offers from college basketball’s top programs.The five-st...
In a game that was dominated by defensive pressure from both teams, the Marshfield Lady Jays held on to defeat the Walnut Gro...
Photo Galleries
Exeter knocked off Galena behind Mikayla Meyer's 29 points.
The Galena boys won the first game of coach Derek Wilson's tenure on Tuesday.
The Branson girls knock off Glendale behind 21 points from Ashley Forrest.
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O-Zone Poll
Who will be this season's girls basketball MVP
  Kallie Bildner, Waynesville
  Kelsie Cleeton, Hillcrest
  Morgan Henderson, Buffalo
  Cass Johnson, West Plains
  Emma Lander, Crane
  Toshua Leavitt, Nixa
  Cailyn Long, Sparta
  Madison Strong, Gainesville
  Kelsey Winfrey, Lebanon
  Josie Young, Marionville
Rankings
We saw yet another great year in the Ozarks, with three area schools advancing to the Final Four and Winona and MV-BT/Liberty bringing home state championships.
Each week Ozarks Sports Zone will rank the top 10 teams in the area based on dominance by class.
We are back down to 13 for our final regular season poll of 2014. Keep in mind; the rankings are based on dominance by class, strength of schedule, and how hot a team is.
The second edition of the MHSVCA statewide volleyball rankings has eight schools ranked in the top 10 of their respective classes.