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Branson High School boys’ soccer coach David Brenner admits he had some initial reservations about the prospects of Nino Stiglianese making an impact on the varsity level.

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With the weather forcing the cancellation of Branson High School’s girls’ soccer game against Bolivar on Thursday night, it was the school’s girls’ track team that got an unexpected boost.

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Knowing Branson’s gameplan, wide receiver Karson Knudsen wouldn’t have guessed beforehand he would enjoy the greatest night ever for any Branson wide receiver during ‘Senior Night’ Friday at Branson Stadium.

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Hollister couldn’t get on the scoreboard Friday for the second time this season, as the Tigers were handled by Springfield Catholic 35-0.

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PIERCE CITY — Playing one of the toughest schedules for any Class 3 team in southwest Missouri, Forsyth bowed to Pierce City 63-12 Friday.

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Jacob Hamon’s listing of his 1,422 Facebook friends include many former Hollister players who suited up for the Tigers during his six seasons as an assistant coach or the four seasons he has been the program’s head coach.

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With his family’s roots in southern Ohio, Trey Hoenie is a fan of about everything from the Buckeye State. His favorite college team is Ohio State, his favorite MLB team is the Reds and his favorite NFL team is the Bengals.

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The varying and nagging injuries Gracie Jaeger has endured haven’t overwhelmed her. But while going through ‘Senior Night’ festivities Thursday, the most productive hitter in Branson’s history on the diamond conceded to her emotions.

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FORSYTH — Anthony Stanford and Micaiah Rocha are on track to put up single-season records at Forsyth that will actually resemble career marks at most schools.

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FORSYTH — It wasn’t just because it was Homecoming night Friday that it was incredibly bad timing for Forsyth’s Micaiah Rocha and Johnny Mayhew to be feeling subpar.

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Reeds Spring fullback Kelly Newton put himself in position to reach the 1,000-yard rushing mark as soon as next week by running for 195 yards in the Wolves 55-6 rout of Hollister on Friday.

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Forsyth's Johnny Mayhew, left, tries to break free from a Lighthouse Christian player on Friday.

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BLUE EYE - Imagine the sudden, and of course dramatic, transition Taylor Arnold made in August, after her father, Doug, was hired as Blue Eye’s superintendent a few weeks before the start of this school year.

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REEDS SPRING — Courtney Scobee acknowledges it probably has taken fans a good long while to bring up her name when discussing Reeds Spring softball’s fortunes the past three seasons.

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REEDS SPRING — Reeds Spring coach Molly Ilum wasn’t exaggerating much when she stated Tuesday that Lady Wolves middle hitter Carley Reaves-Eakins, “could do no wrong at the net tonight.”

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REEDS SPRING – Statistical gurus who scream batting average is the most overrated stat in baseball and softball received an an endorsement of their claim Tuesday.

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The first play from scrimmage Friday during Branson’s Homecoming contest featured a matchup of the best player from each team. Carl Junction running back Rayquion Weston got the best of Pirates defensive back Nick Pead, setting the tone for the night.

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FORSYTH — Up until a couple weeks ago, Dawson Deroo’s highlight at Forsyth was a game-winning putback he made in a jayvee game versus Clever last winter.

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Donning uniform No. 7 was Ty Werling’s second choice, but it may be helping bring out the best in the Branson sophomore wide receiver.

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REEDS SPRING — Reeds Spring's offensive execution at Bolivar in Week Three carried over to Week Four, as the Wolves rolled to a 53-14 victory versus Rogersville.

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BOLIVAR — Hollister was Bolivar's first victim of the season, as the Tigers were beaten by the Liberators 49-0 Friday.