Two athletes from Branson High School are preparing to represent the Pirates, the Ozarks and most importantly themselves at two national competitions.
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More than 70 junior golfers are heading to Buffalo Ridge Springs Golf Course at Big Cedar Lodge next week.
There are plenty of hiking trails in the Branson area, and they all offer their own experience. From easy 30-minute hikes to all day adventures, there are parks with trails right in Branson for tourists who just want some time outside to the far away trails for locals looking for something new.
Ozarks DynaCom, a leading media and communications company in the central Ozarks region, and the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network have announced a new agreement.
Branson is well known for its show, family fun and golf courses. But there’s plenty more to do in the area for those who want to try new activities or appreciate the lesser known.
STRAFFORD, Mo. — Over the past five weeks, the College of the Ozarks women’s basketball team got some extra time on the court together.
A journey through the Midwest took her to the East Coast. But she’s finally home.
What was once an abandoned outdoor shopping mall is becoming a bucket list destination for youth baseball players across the country.
Ty Jenkins grew up in a CrossFit gym. He spent hours there with his dad, mostly trying to climb ropes. One day, he decided to try to workout. He went to the The Trials Finals when he was 14 years old. He won.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Nine area athletes were nominated for Sports Commission Awards in their respective sports. Three were named as the top athletes in their category, with Blue Eye’s Riley Arnold earning the honor of Girls Athlete of the Year. She also won the award as the girls cross-country…
The Branson Pirates hosted the third annual Border Battle 7v7 Tournament on Thursday, June 24. The Pirates hosted 23 other teams for four separate pools of six teams. Every team played five pool games with the top teams moving on to the semifinals.
Athletes from across the area earned All-Region honors for their performances during competition in their respective sports.
A year ago, it seemed almost impossible that sports would happen in the fall, let alone for an entire school year. Then it happened. Since, area athletes have been able to compete and create highlight moments for themselves, their teams and their schools.
Six local athletes were added to the list of finalists for the upcoming Sports Commission Awards.
The culture is changing at Hollister High School.
OZARK, Mo. — Hollister’s baseball team has made the Final 4 for the third time in program history.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — Track was always something Cali Essick loved. Her dad ran track growing up, so she just fell into the sport.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Gavin Brown became the first individual state medalist for Branson in its tennis history.
The Blue Eye Bulldogs and School of the Ozarks Patriots will have several athletes representing their schools at the state track and field meet on Friday.