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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...
Blog Posts
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...
Photo Galleries
The Eagles come up short in the Class 5 footbal title game.
Photos from the Current River Challenge.
Seymour and Couch squared off at the Current River Challenge in Van Buren.
O-Zone Opinion
Where does the Missouri State football program go from here?
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Mohawk Chronicles: Girls Basketball Players to Watch
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An early outlook at 2015 soccer, softball
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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.