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As more teams move to the spread, Ava has plans of keeping the ball on the ground.PICTURES: AVA FOOTBALL PRACTICEHEAD COACH &...
A big sixth inning capped the win for Ava Thursday night, as the Bears defeated Mansfield, 12-4.Ava has started the season wi...
One of the area's most successful programs is under new leadership this year as the College of the Ozarks Lady Bobcats ha...
MV-BT Liberty quarterback-receiver duo Jaelon Acklin and James Denton were the only two unanimous First-Team Offensive select...
Senior Cooper Emerich’s walk-off, sacrifice fly led the Ava Bears to a 9-8 victory over the Mountain Grove Panthers.CLI...
Muddy conditions plagued the Ozarks once again while many teams found refuge on the turf of other schools. The Show-Me State ...
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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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Lebanon wins it's matinee duel against Waynesville
The Strafford Lady Indians downed Willow Springs 71-47 Monday.
Fordland Lady Eagles win first conference game of the season.
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First pound-for-pound wrestling rankings
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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