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Prep roundup: Joplin girls beat Waynesville
Bailey Taylor made two free throws with 12 seconds left as Joplin defeated Waynesville 40-39 on Senior Night in an Ozark Conference game at Young Gymnasium.
Neosho wrestlers set school records in medals, points
The four wrestlers who competed in the finals Saturday night were the last wave of Neosho’s 14-man, three-day assault on the record book at the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships at Mizzou Arena.
Greenfield boys perfect in SRVC
Greenfield boys basketball coach Damond Lacy was confident in the ability of the Wildcats in their pursuit of the Spring River Valley Conference championship.
Neosho captures another state wrestling title
Neosho won the Class 3 state championship and 12 individual medals Saturday in the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships at Mizzou Arena.
Stauffer sets new records in 2 events
Joplin junior Kate Stauffer has truly outdone herself.
Cavaliers eliminated in district
The Thomas Jefferson girls basketball team climbed out of bed early on Saturday — how about 4:30 a.m. for coach Bill Carter — to face Class 1 District 4 competition.
Davis, Zizzers down JHS
Justin Davis and the West Plains boys basketball team spoiled Joplin’s homecoming with a 74-60 Ozark Conference victory Friday night at Robert Ellis Young Gymnasium.
Mount Vernon wraps up Big 8 title
With about one minute left in the game, Mount Vernon’s student section started to chant, “conference champs.”
Neosho wins 4 semifinal matches, grabs control of Class 3 team race
Four Neosho wrestlers won semifinal matches Friday night and advanced to the Class 3 finals in the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships at Mizzou Arena.
Seneca's Roark, Monett's Brennan maintain unblemished records
Will Roark of Seneca, Chase Brennan of Monett and Dayton Miller of Nevada won semifinal matches Friday night and advanced to the finals of the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships at Mizzou Arena.
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