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Diamond's Renfro picks Benedictine for football
Diamond running back Zach Renfro has never been one to seek the spotlight.
Eagles finish second behind Jenks in tennis invitational
Jenks again repeated as the team champion in the Joplin Invitational boys tennis tournament on Wednesday at the Joplin Athletic Complex.
Unearned runs lift Webb City past Joplin
The Webb City Cardinals capitalized on three Joplin errors in the third inning, plating four unearned runs on the way to a 6-4 win Tuesday in a nonconference game at Wendell Redden Stadium.
Joplin guard Brown says he'll play at Southern
Charlie Brown’s calendar awareness matches his basketball court awareness.
“My next tweet will not be April fools,” he wrote on Twitter on Tuesday morning, April 1.
Then came the next tweet: “Verbally committed to Missouri Southern State University.”
Prep roundup: Bulldogs rally back from six-run deficit
Carl Junction fell behind 6-0 after the first two innings, but a five-run fifth inning helped the Bulldogs rally past the Carthage Tigers 7-6 on Tuesday.
Prep roundup: Joplin defeats Carl Junction 2-0
Joplin coach Ed Miller told his girls soccer team that it would take a total team effort to defeat a Carl Junction squad that advanced to the Class 2 quarterfinals last season.
The Eagles delivered with a 2-0 win over the Bulldogs on Monday at the Joplin Athletic Complex.
McGrew gem helps Eagles square record
Joplin High School combined a five-run first inning with a near-perfect pitching performance from Tyler McGrew to beat Claremore 6-0 in the Tiger-Zebra Classic on Saturday.
Prep roundup: Webb City wins annual match
Webb City won six singles matches and two best ball matches during a 9.5-5.5 victory over Carl Junction on Friday afternoon in their annual Papa John’s Bird-Dog Match Play Championships at Briarbrook Golf Course.
Prep roundup: Eagles can't hold early lead in Oklahoma tournament
Pryor overcame Joplin’s six-run first inning and defeated the Eagles 8-7 in eight innings Thursday in the first round of the Tiger/Zebra Tournament.
Yuhas, Eagles prevail in difficult conditions
Only seven strokes separated the teams as Joplin prevailed in a triangular golf match on a cold, wet Wednesday afternoon at Briarbrook Golf Course.
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