The Reeds Spring Wolves have managed two big wins in the last week.
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It was high school basketball in its purest form.
Reeds Spring dominated the defensive game against Hollister to defeat the No. 7 Tigers 50-45.
Manuel Beltre, a 16 year old from the Dominican Republic, agreed to a multimillion dollar deal with the Toronto Blue Jays.
It’s the basketball name everyone knows in the Ozarks. Priscilla Williams played four years of varsity basketball at Branson High School and became one of the greatest basketball players in all of southwest Missouri.
In seeking ways to enhance a family’s experience when they visit the Branson Lakes area, Ballparks of America is announcing a partnership with White Water and Silver Dollar City for the 2021 summer season, which runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The partnership, a first-time venture, is d…
With sights set on a more sustainable future, Ballparks of America has announced the decision to make a major investment in solar energy at its world-class sports complex. ArrowPoint Solar of Nixa, Missouri, has been selected to complete the installation of nearly 1,300 solar panels at the p…
Reeds Spring High School inducted Zach Kearney into its Sports Hall of Fame on Friday, Jan. 8.
The Blue Eye Bulldogs moved to 4-4 this season after defeating Riverview Christian Sr. on Tuesday, Jan. 5.
The Hollister Lady Tigers started the season with dominating wins and a 9-0 record.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Branson Pirates defeated Glendale 76-71 on the road earlier this week to move back to a .500 record.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. —Over their winter breaks, the Reeds Spring and Hollister wrestling teams competed at the Kinloch Invitational at Parkview High School in Springfield. Missouri.
It was the longest month any of the Forsyth girls had experienced since the pandemic first reached southwest Missouri.
Through the two weeks of prime holiday tournament play, the Branson Tri-Lakes News attended or listened to via radio broadcast more than 15 games. Instead of picking just two athletes for all the games that happened from Dec. 21-31 as players of the week, we will highlight several players wh…
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Since last season, the Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs knew they’d have a tough year this year. They’d just come off the best finish in school history with 27 wins, a third place finish at state and 400 wins for head coach Ken Elfrink.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Reeds Spring Wolves walked into their toughest matchup of the season on Monday. They faced Greenwood. Anyone in the area knows Greenwood is stacked with talent. And Reeds Spring was coming off a 10-day quarantine.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs defeated Class 6 foe Parkview 65-49 to start the Pink & White Lady Basketball Classic on Monday afternoon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Branson boys basketball team struggled against Skyline in its first game of the Blue & Gold Tournament.
It’s been a season full of change for the Reeds Spring girls.
ASH GROVE, Mo. — The Forsyth boys basketball team moved back to a .500 record on Tuesday night after winning its first round game at the Walnut Grove Holiday Classic.
The Hollister Lady Tigers are 7-0 as of Dec. 20.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association announced all class and district assignments on Friday, Dec. 11 for all winter sports. All area basketball teams remain in the same classes and districts except for Branson, which moved up to Class 6 from Class 5.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Pink & White Lady Basketball Classic dates are set.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Branson and Reeds Spring will play in the Blue & Gold Basketball Tournament from Dec. 26-31.
WILLARD, Mo. — At the beginning of the season, Kip Bough, head coach of the Branson girls team, said he knew his team was going to struggle this season. It wasn’t due to lack of talent, size or depth. It was because of lack of experience.
The Strafford Indians won the 60th Annual Forsyth Tournament, but Hollister, Forsyth, Reeds Spring and Blue Eye gave everyone in the area a taste of what’s to come for the rest of the season.
The Blue Eye girls basketball team tipped off their Annual Blue Eye Invitational as the No. 1 seed against Glendale High School’s junior varsity team.