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REEDS SPRING, Mo. — College Heights Christian’s girls and Jasper’s boys won team championships at the Class 1 District 6 track and field meet on Saturday at Reeds Spring High School.

CARTHAGE, Mo. — Carthage suffered a 6-4 setback to Lebanon to open the day before ending on a superb note with a 12-2 victory over Aurora on Saturday afternoon at Carl Lewton Stadium.


Missouri Southern will play Central Missouri when the MIAA Postseason Softball Tournament resumes later this week at Central Oklahoma in Edmond.

WEBB CITY, Mo. — Webb City's offense put together another well-rounded day at the plate.

WILLARD, Mo. — Jada Holloman tallied four goals as Willard upended Joplin 4-2 Thursday night in a Central Ozark Conference soccer match.

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. — Ben Wardlow and Colin Vermillion teamed up to claim sixth place for Joplin High School's highest finish in the Class 3 District 6 boys district tennis tournament at Lee's Summit North High School.

BELTON, Mo. — Thomas Jefferson's Ian Ding and Noah Hamlett-Tyler Brouhard won championships in the Class 2 District 7 tennis tournament on Friday.

PITTSBURG, Kan. — Eleven was the magic number for Emporia State as the Hornets swept Pittsburg State 11-10 and 11-4 on Friday in an MIAA baseball doubleheader at Al Ortolani Field.


As usual, it’s a meet loaded with talented individuals and teams when the MIAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships are contested this weekend at Pittsburg State’s Carnie Smith Stadium.


Nevada golfer Owen Swearingen and Lamar track athlete Kiersten Potter have been named the Globe’s Athletes of the Week for the week ending on May 1.

Missourians interested in hunting elk in the state this fall can apply in May for one of five available permits. At least one permit will be for approved area landowners with qualifying property and the remainder for the general public.

BRANSON, Mo. — Webb City clipped Joplin by two points, 126-124, for the boys team championship in the Central Ozark Conference track and field meet on Thursday night at Branson.

CARTHAGE, Mo. — The Ozark baseball team smacked 17 hits to earn a 7-2 triumph over Carthage on Thursday afternoon at Carl Lewton Stadium.

NEOSHO, Mo. — Nixa's Jaret Nelson homered twice to highlight a stellar outing at the plate as the Eagles (17-6, 5-4 COC) rallied past Neosho 13-10 in a slugfest on Thursday afternoon at Roy B. Shaver Field.

CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — Alex Baker went the distance as Carl Junction picked up a 7-1 victory over Branson in a Central Ozark Conference matchup on Thursday afternoon.


WEBB CITY, Mo. — Cole Gayman didn’t feel at his best when he first started loosening up his arm and began to ramp up in the bullpen pregame.


A well-rounded showing by the Willard baseball team came at the expense of Joplin on Thursday in both teams’ Central Ozark Conference finale at Joplin High School.

REPUBLIC, Mo. — Republic defeated Nixa 6-4 on Thursday afternoon to secure the Central Ozark Conference baseball championship.

BRANSON, Mo. — Branson tallied seven runs in the sixth inning and stunned Carthage 9-3 in a Central Ozark Conference baseball game on Wednesday afternoon.

MOUNT VERNON, Mo. — College Heights Christian erupted for six runs in the top of the seventh-inning and knocked off second-seeded El Dorado Springs 14-10 on Wednesday night in a Class 2 District 6 softball semifinal game.


Living up to their No. 1 seed, Webb City’s Trenton Hayes and Cale Stephens teamed up to win the No. 1 doubles bracket in the Central Ozark Conference boys tennis tournament on Wednesday afternoon at the Joplin High School courts.


Three Pittsburg State softball players earned All-MIAA honors on Wednesday afternoon, the league office announced.


NEOSHO, Mo. — The Webb City girls soccer team used a stifling defensive effort to claim a 3-1 victory over Neosho on Tuesday at Bob Anderson Stadium.


CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — Hannah Franks had a hand in every score — three goals and an assist — to lead Carl Junction past Joplin 4-2 in a Central Ozark Conference soccer game Tuesday night at Bulldog Stadium.

MOUNT VERNON, Mo. — Kloee Williamson and Addie Lawrence rapped three hits apiece as third-seeded College Heights Christian held on to beat Sarcoxie 10-8 Monday night in a quarterfinal game of the Class 2 District 6 softball tournament.


WEBB CITY, Mo. — Eric Fitch and Cooper Crouch combined to pitch a one-hitter as Webb City upended Neosho 8-1 on Tuesday night in a Central Ozark Conference baseball game at Chuck Barnes Field.

MONETT, Mo. — Thomas Jefferson captured the team championship and Mount Vernon took second in the Monett Invitational boys tennis tournament last Friday.

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