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Franklin sparks Carthage to repeat tournament title
The Carthage Tigers won their second consecutive Bill O’Dell Tournament with a 4-2 win over the Webb City Cardinals on Saturday afternoon at Carl Lewton Stadium.
Prep roundup: Eagles win pair, boost mark to 10-3
Colton Johnson and Tristan Ash drove in three runs apiece as Joplin won a baseball doubleheader over Park Hill South 7-4 and Staley 5-4 on Saturday afternoon at the Staley baseball field.
Bulldogs' Uhrich to play basketball at Neosho County
Carl Junction senior Olivia Uhrich says the easiest part of her basketball career is over. The 5-foot-8 point guard on Friday signed a national letter of intent to play women’s basketball for Neosho County Community College.
Pittsburg girls take team title
Christian Repsher of Carl Junction won the pole vault Friday at the Jock’s Nitch/PSU Gorilla Relays.
Prep roundup: Webb City, Carthage advance to title game
Webb City and Carthage will collide in the championship game of the Bill O’Dell Tournament at 1 p.m. today at Carl Lewton Stadium.
Prep roundup: Carl Junction, Webb City and Mount Vernon earn wins at Carthage
Carl Junction, Webb City and Mount Vernon registered pool-play victories Thursday night in the Bill O’Dell Tournament at Carl Lewton Stadium.
Frontenac seniors sign to play college basketball
Frontenac seniors Bailey Flora, Ryleigh McCartney and Haley Wilson have been playing basketball together since they were in the second grade.
PREP ROUNDUP: Joplin blanks West Plains in baseball league opener
Kealin Smith pitched a four-hitter and Mark Duley drove in two runs as Joplin opened its Ozark Conference baseball schedule with a 4-0 victory over West Plains on Wednesday afternoon.
Baxter Springs' Aleigh Grimes signs with Cowley
Baxter Springs girls basketball coach Kris Crotts said he knows Aleigh Grimes has the toughness needed to play at the next level.
Ash triple sparks winning JHS rally
After Gavin Jones walked to load the bases in the fifth inning, Tristan Ash wasted no time in unloading the bases.
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