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"We're going to Atlanta."It was the simple answer from Coach Steve Hesser when asked about his post-game though...
A common theme from first-time Drury basketball foes is that what they saw in real life, after the fact, was much faster and ...
Mael Amenyedzi's layup off a Lonnie Boga, length-of-the-floor baseball pass with less than two seconds left lifted No. 2 ...
Here is everything you need to know about the Drury Panthers heading into the 2012-13 season.Top Storylines: The Drury Panthe...
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The Drury men’s basketball team maintains that last season’s National Championship run is just that, last season....
Each week Liberty Bank will sponsor a photo of the week contest that you, the fan, get to decide the winner among the nominee...
Drury won its first Division II National Title 74-73 over Metro State thanks to late free throws by Alex Hall and a frantic d...
When Drury takes the court against South Carolina-Aiken tomorrow, the Panthers will see a team eerily similar to their own.&l...
Kameron Bundy scored 23 points and No. 2 Drury held its breath during a last-gasp potential game-winner by Lewis to beat the ...
The Courts Pro-Am kicked off its 14th summer. Local high school and college players, as well as former players, kicked off op...
Former Drury Basketball standout Ian Carter has signed to play professional basketball in Germany, the recent Panthers' g...
One streak ended, another started.Drury's nationally third-ranked Panthers bounced back from their first loss in a year b...
Junior transferSean Oslerled a balanced Drury attack with 16 points as the defending NCAA-II national champion Panthers opene...
Brandon Lockhart scored 18 points to lead three Panthers in double-figures and No. 18 Drury clinched its fifth Great Lakes Va...
Maryville rallied from a nine-point deficit in the final three-plus minutes to nip Drury 54-53 in a bizarre finish to their G...
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When Drury takes the court against South Carolina-Aiken tomorrow, the Panthers will see a team eerily similar to their own.&l...
Hamstrung by foul woes virtually from the start, No. 3 Drury had trouble keeping its key personnel on the floor as No. 2 Bell...
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The Greenfield boys exploded for 89 points in the first game of the season.
Forsyth opened the season with an eight-point win over Seymour.
The Greenfield girls opened with a big win over Everton.
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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.