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After a long stretch without a home game, the College of the Ozarks Volleyball team was excited to be back in the friendly confines of Keeter Gymnasium. Looking to avenge an earlier loss to the Central Baptist Mustangs, the Lady Cats knew they had their work cut out for them from the opening…

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The College of the Ozarks Lady Cats volleyball team moved to 7-8 this weekend after defeating University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy and losing to Lincoln Christian University on Saturday.

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Now in its first full school year, the Hollister Esports Team is finding success. The Hollister Esports Program began last winter through a grant secured by Tiger Academy, a 21st Century Community Learning Center.

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In preparation for the state meet later this season, the Blue Eye cross-country team traveled north to Columbia to run on the same course state will be on — in the Gans Creek Classic.

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As the month of October begins, area volleyball teams are beginning to look ahead to the end of the month. District tournaments are weeks away. Below wraps up how area teams have done so far this season.

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The College of the Ozarks men’s and women’s cross-country teams made the trip to Joplin over the weekend for the Missouri Southern Stampede.  With a large number of teams and a lot of talented runners hitting the course, this meet was primed to be a good measuring stick for both groups.  In …

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The Continental Athletic Conference has presented academic all-conference accolades to more than 375 student-athletes from 14 colleges that competed in 11 championship sports during the 2020-21 athletic season. Formerly known as the Association of Independent Institutions, the CAC organizes …

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — With only a bus ride between games, the Branson boys soccer team traveled from one side of town to the other to play Sacred Heart and Ozark in the final games of the Viking Classic hosted by Parkview High School.

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The Branson cross-country teams traveled to St. Louis over the weekend to compete in the Green Division of the 2021 Forest Park XC Festival. The boys took 11th place out of 20 teams; the girls took 22nd on the 5,000-meter course.

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The College of the Ozarks men’s and women’s cross-country teams had promising starts to the season last weekend in the Eagles Invitational in Clarkesville, Arkansas.

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The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame will soon celebrate football with the induction of Kansas City Chiefs pass rusher Tamba Hali, University of Missouri running back Devin West, Kickapoo High School & University of Central Missouri quarterback Scott Loveland, Salem High School coach Bill Sc…

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After a full weekend of action in Batesville, AR, the Lady Cat Volleyball team returned to action Tuesday night to face their most recent opponent, the Lyon College Scots. The Lady Cats bested the Scots in four sets Saturday evening and avenging that loss was a high priority for Lyon. The La…

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The College of the Ozarks Lady Bobcats loaded the bus bright and early Friday morning for their first road trip of the young season. The two-day Lyon College Highlander Invitational featured matches with Mid-America Christian University, Jarvis Christian College, Centenary College and the ho…

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The Branson and Blue Eye cross-country teams traveled to Bolivar for the Southwest Cross-Country Coaches Association meet on Saturday. The SWCCCA Richard Clark Invitational 2021 was held at Bolivar City Municipal Golf Course.

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REEDS SPRING, Mo. — The Reeds Spring Wolves faced off with Lamar, the reigning Class 2 state champions. The 54-13 score was a disappointing one for the Wolves, but there were moments to highlight for the team as well.