The Forsyth Lady Panthers moved on to the second round of districts after defeating Liberty (Mountain View) 70-53 on Saturday, Feb. 27.
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The Bobcats and Lady Cats basketball teams both earned spots in the NAIA Tournament after winning their semifinal games in the Association of Independent Institutions Championship.
The Branson Pirates upped their competition in the final week of the regular season thanks to weather postponements.
The Association of Independent Institutions announced its postseason tournament brackets on Monday.
The Blue Eye girls are looking to repeat last year’s success by making another trip to the state tournament, and they just got one step closer.
School of the Ozarks had a different winter than the rest of the schools in the area.
On back to back days, the College of the Ozarks Lady Bobcats scorched the nets at Keeter Gymnasium and added a couple of wins to their 2021 resume. Gearing up for the Association of Independent Institutions Conference Tournament next weekend, the Lady Cats set the tone by putting 80 or more …
The Branson Pirates had five wrestlers take a step closer to making it to the state tournament.
There was a moment back in January where the hope returned for the Reeds Spring Wolves.
The College of the Ozarks Bobcat Baseball program continues to build their roster for 2021-22. The addition of two Crane, Missouri prospects adds to the already strong signing class for Head Coach Neale Richardson and Recruiting Coordinator Justin McMillin.
The Branson boys basketball team lost its third Central Ozark Conference game 68-46 to Republic on Tuesday.
Springfield Catholic took a strong lead to start the game, but it was no match for the Hollister Lady Tigers when led by senior Kendrick “Bug” Bailey.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Bass Pro Shops announced the creation of the Johnny Morris Bass Pro Shops U.S. Open National Bass Fishing Amateur Team Championships on Monday.
The Forsyth Lady Panthers won the Mansfield Lady Lion Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 30.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The last 365 days have been nothing but ups and downs, twists and turns for everyone in the world.
The Forsyth girls basketball team won three straight games to win the Galena Lady Bear Classic last week. The three wins moved them to 9-3 so far this season.
The College of the Ozarks released a statement on Jan. 5 that all athletic competition was going to be delayed through Jan. 28. This announcement was the first in terms of athletics since July 30 when the college announced that all athletic competition would be suspended through the fall 202…
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.