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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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Lamar beat host Stockton for the tournament title.
The Blue Eye boys beat Marionville to win the Spokane Tournament.
Josie Young scored 24 points to lead Marionville past Pierce City for the Lady Comet Classic title.
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First pound-for-pound wrestling rankings
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Mohawk Chronicles: T of C, Marshall & HS scorers
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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