- High School Sports
Baseball celebrations continue for Cedeno family
Pat Cedeno is quite familiar with postgame celebrations.
Quapaw names Chuck Preaus football coach
Chuck Preaus has been promoted to head football coach at Quapaw High School.
Mark Schremmer: High schools cap great season
A quick rant through the week in sports:
• Area high school athletes and teams have put the finishing touches on another great springs sports season.
Crusaders end Bulldogs' hopes in quarterfinals
For Carl Junction girls soccer coach Kevin Hauck, the ending of the Bulldogs’ 3-2 win over Republic on Wednesday was worthy of a movie script.
Mercer accepts baseball position at Baxter Springs
Leaving Miami High School wasn’t an easy decision for Chris Mercer.
Baxter's Elias places second in 400 meters
Baxter Springs senior Kacey Elias just couldn’t quite outrun Rose Hill’s Colton Mays.
Cards' Williams medals in state track
Logan Williams of Webb City brought home a medal Saturday from the Class 4 MSHSAA Track and Field Championships with an eighth-place finish in the 300-meter hurdles.
Lynn fights off cramp to win state tennis title
Standing two points from a state championship, Joplin High School senior Jeremy Lynn grabbed his left thigh.
White, Elias spark Baxter Springs at state track meet
Baxter Springs’ Elizabeth White medaled in the 3200 meters, and Kacey Elias qualified high in two boys sprints on Friday during the KSHSAA Class 4A track and field championships at Cessna Stadium on the Wichita State campus.
Joplin's Jeremy Lynn rolls into state tennis semifinals.
Jeremy Lynn, a senior at Joplin High School, lost only one game in each match while posting two victories Friday in the MSHSAA Class 2 tennis tournament at the Cooper Tennis Complex.
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