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When the final horn sounded, Webb City junior Mikaela Burgess let out a scream that was a mixture of excitement, joy and reli...
Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video PlayerThe Webb City Lady Cardinals (23-5) rallied in the second half to...
The big classes will decide their districts this week. Here is what to expect from the girls district battles.Which area coll...
Southwest Missouri has become a hotbed for girls basketball, including numerous state championships over the past decaded. Th...
The Republic Lady Tigers edged the Webb City Lady Cardinals 67-62 at home Thursday night in overtime, in a COC-Large game tha...
The top four remained the same in this week's power rankings, but changes were abundant behind those top teams. No team N...
The O-Zone Power Rankings are compiled by the staff each week based on a team's relative dominance by class. The school&#...
The O-Zone Power Rankings are compiled by the staff each week based on a team's relative dominance by class. The school&#...
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Silo Ridge in Bolivar hosted the C3 D6 tournament on Monday.
Greenwood placed five golfers in the Top 10 to easily win the event.
Repubic topped its own tournament against several area tennis teams.
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April 27 Spring Softball Power Rankings
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April 27 Girls Soccer Power Rankings
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Final spring softball rankings for the regular season have Strafford, Purdy and Mt. Vernon once again 1-through-3.
Each week, O-Zone will release local girls’ soccer power rankings, based on dominance by Class.
The third edition of the 2016 O-Zone track performance lists has been released. These performance lists show the top 20 boys and girls in each event for Southwest Missouri. We compile these lists based off of results that are sent to us and that we can f
Every other week O-Zone will release the Top 15 Power Rankings based on dominance by class, so essentially their pound-for-pound comparison to the best the area and the state have to offer.  Records are as of April 25. (Class, record and previous ran