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The McDonald’s All American Games is where hype becomes legacy, and is the next step in the journey from being a local standout, to five-star recruit, and ultimately to becoming a household name. This year, a new generation is set to leave it all on the court as more than 760 girls and boys …

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The College of the Ozarks Athletic Department has announced the Fall 2021 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. In order to achieve honor roll status, students must be a varsity participant in a Bobcat or Lady Bobcat sport and achieve a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Athletes achieving a gr…

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 The Reeds Spring High School’s cheerleading squad placed fourth at the Missouri Cheerleading Coaches Association State Championship, which was held on Dec.11 in Cape Girardeau.

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The College of the Ozarks Lady Bobcats returned to Keeter Gymnasium Wednesday afternoon for their first home game of 2022 and used a solid team effort to defeat Champion Christian College, 80-72. Jordan Wersinger and Kayley Frank paced the offense and Michelle Gabani pulled down 10 rebounds …

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Hollister High School senior Clay Kemp signed his Letter of Intent to continue his education and athletic career in baseball at St. Louis Community College. Pictured left to right: STCC Pitching Coach Aaron Kutilek, Clay Kemp, David Kemp (Clay’s father).

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After more than a month of road games, the College of the Ozarks Lady Bobcats donned the white uniforms in the familiar surroundings of Keeter Gymnasium Wednesday night. The 9-3 Cougars of Columbia College came to town and the Lady Cats needed their “A” game.

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In case you missed our High School winter sports preview insert in our Wednesday November 24 edition, here is a recap of the upcoming season.

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Reeds Spring fall sports saw the school ups and downs for the athletes. But as the Winter sports season begin, the coaches of the fall sports reflect on the 2021-22 season. 

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The College of the Ozarks Lady Bobcat volleyball team played host to the NCCAA Central Region Tournament Thursday at Keeter Gymnasium.  The tournament featured three teams, with an automatic National Tournament bid on the line.  Mid-America Christian University came in with the top seed and …