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Exeter's Jay Allen returns as coach in All-Star Twin Classic
Talk about an accommodating coach. Exeter High School’s Jay Allen was that and more on Friday night.
Four Nevada players sign to play college baseball
Four Nevada Tigers baseball players have signed letters of intent to compete at the collegiate level.
Columbus' Froebe signs with Neosho County
After a three-hour practice last summer, Columbus girls basketball coach Marty Atnip admitted that even he was tired.
BLOG: Riverton High student set to box at Junior Olympic nationals
Casey Wilson, a 16-year-old from Riverton High School, begins competition in the Junior Olympic boxing national championships Thursday in Charleston, West Virginia.
Former JHS swim standout named coach
Ali Stauffer, former Joplin High School swimming standout, is rejoining the Eagles.
No actual piling up points in the pool, of course. This time Stauffer hopes her work as a coach translates into points for the Eagles.
BLOG: Area football players attracting NCAA Division I offers
Several area high school football players are on the recruiting radar of college programs.
Miami names girls basketball coach
Jody Fincher, who has roots in Oklahoma, has been named girls basketball coach at Miami High School.
Rader named MVP for West volleyball all-stars
Leah Rader of Joplin was named most valuable player of the West team in the the Sertoma Grin Action Classic girls all-star volleyball tournament Saturday at Parkview High School.
Passing game powers East football stars
Bo Dean of Camdenton passed for three touchdowns as the East All-Stars defeated the West 40-27 in the Sertoma Grin Iron Classic on Friday night at JFK Stadium.
12 area players in all-star game today
Parkview High School in Springfield will host a prep volleyball All-Star event today that includes 12 area athletes.
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