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The race for the Ozark Conference boys' soccer regular season title will come down to Rolla versus Joplin for the second ...
Just as Ozark was ready to commence their post-game handshakes and celebrate the first win of the regular season, Kickapoo pu...
Following an emotional overtime win in Ozark last night, Kickapoo was unable to muster the same offensive performance against...
As the curtain opens on the spring soccer season, there’s plenty of reason for excitement for the Kickapoo Lady Chiefs....
Glendale and Kickapoo’s cross town rivalry was on full display in the latest installation of the “South Side Braw...
Without graduating one senior from last year's lineup, Kickapoo returned their entire starting roster in 2014 to avenge a...
It took two halves and a minute of overtime for the Joplin Eagles to knock off the Kickapoo Chiefs 2-1 and claim the Class 3,...
The Kickapoo offense never got on track. Had it not been for Chiefs goalkeeper Molly Wassam, Saturday morning’s 1-0 los...
The 30-yard walk from the mid-field line to the ball was a long one for Amanda Fox.The Kickapoo junior midfielder knew she ha...
Have a mishap against Kickapoo, and the Chiefs are likely to make you pay.A couple of early defensive breakdowns by Nixa resu...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerWelcome back, Miriam Melugin.On the injured list since early Apri...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerThe Nixa Lady Eagles continue to impress fans this season with th...
The Kickapoo Lady Chiefs came prepared for battle Wednesday as they played host to the Glendale Lady Falcons. As this was the...
After a frustrating first 40 minutes, the goals finally came Kickapoo’s way in a 3-0 Ozark Conference home win over Way...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerThe weather wasn’t the only thing cold during the first hal...
After Glendale ended the Chiefs playoff run in the district championship last year, Kickapoo has had a bitter taste in its mo...
The Kickapoo Lady Chiefs made the most of two first half corner kicks to take an early 2-0 lead against the Lady Tigers at Re...
The Kickapoo Chiefs finally found Edyn King. And the freshman found the back of the net with a top-notch boot. King scored ha...
If you kept an eye on the Kickapoo junior varsity soccer team last year, this season’s varsity will look very familiar....
In a match that was a virtual coin toss for almost 90 full minutes, the Rolla Lady Bulldogs left it up to a freshman to lead ...
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Wrestling season is quickly heading toward the postseason meets, so we are checking in on the area scene with our first ever pound-for-pound wrestling rankings. We ranked the wrestlers based on dominance this season with some consideration for past succes
Each week Ozarks Sports Zone ranks area teams based on their dominance by class. Momentum, strength of schedule and recent success are factors in determining the top 10. 1. Walnut Grove (C1: 16-0) – New crew, same results. The Lady Tigers have the
The fifth statewide girls basketball coaches rankings are out with 13 area girls teams ranked.

Walnut Grove and Crane still hold down the top spots in Classes 1 & 2. Crane is joined by Skyline (No. 3), Gainesville (No. 5) and Plato (No. 6) in the Class
There are 11 local teams ranked in the fifth edition of the Class 5 rankings. Crane stays at No. 1 in Class 2 off the strength of a win over Class 3 ranked Strafford. The Pirates are followed by Osceola (No. 2), Gainesville (No. 3), Hartville (No. 5) and