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After five seasons as the head basketball coach of the NixaLady Eagles, Jim Middleton has announced his resignation.Coach Mid...
Southwest Missouri has become a hotbed for girls basketball, including numerous state championships over the past decaded. Th...
The Nixa Lady Eagles, who went 24-6 a season ago, will return to the court this winter with their lineup almost completely in...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerEven if she misses her first couple of shots, Jeana Raper still g...
From Jim Middleton to Jennifer Perryman the Nixa Lady Eagles didn’t skip a beat this season as they captured their seco...
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The high school basketball season is about over, but local alumni are still dancing in March.Nixa Basketball made proudIf you...
The high school basketball season is about over, but local alumni are still dancing in March.Nixa Basketball made proudIf you...
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Licking's Lane Duncan scored a game-high 38 points in a contest against Houston Friday.
Bradley Welsh led Marshfield with 17 points in the win over Buffalo.
The Bulldogs survive Jacob Caruso's 25-point effort.
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Each week Ozarks Sports Zone ranks area teams based on their dominance by class.
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. Crane (C2: 8-0) – The Lady Pirates aren’t just the best team in Class
The second statewide MBCA/MOSports.com girls basketball poll is out with 10 area teams ranked across the five classes. The big mover this is the two-time defending champion Walnut Grove Lady Tigers. Walnut Grove moves up to No. 1 this week after debuting
The second MBCA/MOsports.com boys basketball poll has been released and there are nine area teams ranked across the five classes. The Ozarks is well represented with Crane, Osceola, Gainesville and Hartville sitting at Nos. 2-5 in Class 2 with Greenfield