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Paige Hemphill, a four-year player in goal for the Southwest Baptist University Bearcats, has signed a professional contract ...
A new era of SBU football was officially kicked off on Friday night as purple faced off against black in a snowy affair. The ...
The Southwest Baptist University football team fell in their GLVC opener to William Jewell 29-26 on Thursday evening in Liber...
SBU Director of Athletics, Mike Pitts, has announced that head women's basketball coach Todd Voss has resigned."I wo...
Blog Posts
A new season gives ground for new stars and new names to emerge, but what about some of those we followed a year ago?Here&rsq...
A new season gives ground for new stars and new names to emerge, but what about some of those we followed a year ago?Here&rsq...
Photo Galleries
Caleb Rodriguez's hat trick led the Tigers to an Ozark Conference win over Lebanon.
Miller hosted Greenfield Tuesday night in SRVC action.
The Lady Tigers topped district opponent Lebanon in straight-sets.
O-Zone Opinion
5 things to like about MSU football's start
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Mohawk Chronicles: Week 4 Football Recap
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Coach's Corner: Wrapping up the SWCCCA and training tips
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O-Zone Poll
Poll: Who is the area's best volleyball setter?
  Rielly Dobbs, Nixa
  Brea Freeman, Rogersville
  Kelsey Larsen, Glendale
  Emmi Murphy, Central
  Emily Preston, Republic
  Rachel Rippee, Kickapoo
  Kendra Sater, Ozark
  Kinli Simmons, El Dorado Springs
  Jorden Stacey, Fair Grove
  Bradyn Wall, Carl Junction
Rankings
Each week Ozarks Sports Zone will rank the top 10 teams in the area based on dominance by class. 
Statewide high school football rankings, as compiled by a 15-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
Here are the Sept. 10 Volleyball Power Rankings.
Each week Ozarks Sports Zone will rank the top 10 teams in the area based on dominance by class.  Week 4 saw no new additions to the top 10 with all of them winning last week.  Many of the games were a little too close for comfort however. TO