- High School Sports
Carthage places third in sectional track
Carthage’s boys placed third and Webb City fifth in the Class 4 sectional track and field meet on Saturday at Ozark High School.
Young Cavaliers ousted in Class 1 sectional
Thomas Jefferson tennis coach Tom Brumfield liked what he saw from his team.
Eagles fall to Rock Bridge in state tennis
The Joplin Eagles advanced to the Class 2 quarterfinals with a 5-0 win over Springfield Central but were eliminated 5-1 by Rock Bridge in team tennis competition on Saturday.
Galena's girls take third in regional
Jessica Henson won two events and qualified for state in two more as she helped the Galena girls track and field team take third place in the Kansas Class 3A regional on Friday at Wellsville.
McAuley's Foley breaks Class 1 state record in discus throw
Victoria Foley of McAuley Catholic broke the Class 1 state record in the discus Saturday at the MSHSAA Track and Field Championships at Dwight Reed Stadium.
Lamar runs to title
Lamar won its first state track and field championship Saturday in the MSHSAA Class 2 Track and Field Championships at Dwight Reed Stadium.
District champ Seneca prepares to face Warrensburg
Seneca High School baseball coach Chris Yust expected a successful season from the Indians based on a solid 2012 campaign.
Jacob Lott takes over Southeast football
The Southeast Lancers have announced the hirings of new head coaches for the football and girls basketball programs.
Lamar sweeps discus, leads Class 2 meet after first day
Lamar placed 1-2-3 in the discus and led the team standings after the first day of the boys’ Class 2 MSHSAA Track and Field Championships at Dwight Reed Stadium.
CHC's Beaver wins 1600 state title
Ryan Beaver of College Heights Christian won the 1600 meters and qualified for the finals in the 800 meters Friday at the MSHSAA Track and Field Championships at Dwight Reed Stadium.
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