The Missouri Academic All-State Baseball teams were announced on Monday, with Branson, Hollister and Forsyth landing on the list.
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The Forsyth Lady Panthers won the Class 2 District 4 championship 7-0 over Houston on Thursday, May 6.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. — School of the Ozarks hosted the combined Class 1 and Class 2 District 6 meets on Saturday, May 8, at Reeds Spring High School.
The Branson Pirates boys tennis team enters the postseason 9-2, not including tournament play.
The Reeds Spring boys team placed fourth overall thanks to field event performances across the board.
The Hollister Tigers baseball team moved up to No. 7 in the latest poll from the Missouri Baseball Coaches Association.
The Kimberling City Park Board will be hosting Pickleball Tournament on May 15-16 at the Port of Kimberling Marina & Resort.
Reeds Spring junior Ty Cooper and Hollister sophomore Garrett Snyder finished second and third, respectively in the Big 8 Conference Golf Championships on Tuesday, April 27.
HOLLISTER, Mo. — The Hollister Tigers hosted over a dozen teams for their invitational on Friday, April 23.
The Forsyth Lady Panthers will enter the postseason as the No. 1 seed in Class 2 District 4.
Hollister’s baseball team won big last week. Not only are the 10-0 win over Reeds Spring and 16-1 win over Spokane impressive, but the Tigers defeated Springfield Catholic 4-3 to move to 15-3.
Due to the unique nature of the spring postseason, the Branson Tri-Lakes News decided to provide as many dates and locations as possible for the varying spring sports, classes and teams. All information is based on data from the Missouri High School Activities Association website.
There were a few minor changes to the tournament schedule due to inclement weather, but the Lady Pirates didn’t let it affect them.
The Forsyth Lady Panthers are within reach of the Class 2 Spring Softball Poll released by the Missouri Softball Coaches Association at the end of last week.
After being ranked No. 2 in the state for Class 3 by the Missouri Baseball Coaches Association, the Panthers lost three straight games to Fair Grove, Hollister and McDonald County.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Girls Night Out and Boys Night Out meets are two of southwest Missouri’s most elite track meets.