NEOSHO, Mo. — Moberly Area Community College erupted for 60 first-half points en route to a 93-68 victory over Crowder College on Wednesday night in Bob Sneller Gymnasium.
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Based on recent history, a close game is anticipated when Missouri Southern and Northwest Missouri State clash in an MIAA women's basketball game at 5:30 tonight in Maryville.
In the midst of a challenging season defined by youth and inexperience, Brayden Thomas is more than just a bright spot for the Joplin wrestling team.
Before she claimed the first girls district title in Seneca history, Kristen Bruegel had to experience the heartbreak of defeat.
Defense led the way as Mount Vernon defeated East Newton 46-29 to win the Big 8 Conference overall championship on Tuesday night in the Patriots' gymnasium.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Brett Campbell and Miles Dressler scored 18 points apiece and were two of 10 scorers for the Ozark Christian College men’s basketball team as the Ambassadors claimed a 90-80 win over Kansas Christian College on Tuesday.
NEOSHO, Mo.— Webb City locked up the No. 1 seed for the district tournament with a 70-49 victory over Neosho on Tuesday night in Central Ozark Conference boys basketball action inside the Neosho High School gymnasium.
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — On its Senior Night, the Central Ozark Conference-leading and undefeated Carl Junction girls basketball team found itself in a dogfight with a 3-17 Joplin team in the first half.
Emmy Colin poured in 30 points, and the College Heights Christian girls basketball team never trailed in defeating visiting Golden City 74-37 on Monday night.
Early runs and another strong pitching performance propelled Southern baseball to a 13-1 win in seven innings over St. Cloud State on Sunday at Warren Turner Field in the MIAA/GLVC Crossover.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — After adding four provisional qualifying marks, one automatic and an event win on Friday, Missouri Southern track and field posted seven additional provisional qualifying marks, three automatic qualifying marks, two event wins and a meet record on Saturday at the Fifth Annu…
Fifty-four area boys qualified for the MSHSAA state wrestling tournament on Saturday by placing top-four individually at their respective district tournaments.
Missouri Southern scored four runs in the first inning and rode a dominating start from Zach Parish on the way to a 12-1 win over Missouri-St. Louis in seven innings on Saturday at Warren Turner Field in the GLVC/MIAA Crossover.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Tristan Gegg scored a game-high 24 points and Athena Alvarado reached a pair of milestones as the Pittsburg State women’s basketball team defeated Northwest Missouri 60-54 on Saturday in MIAA action inside John Lance Arena.
For their stellar play on the hardwood, Carl Junction's Katie Scott and Galena’s Brett Sarwinski have been named the Globe’s athletes of the week for the week ending Feb. 8.
With Friday night’s results in the books, and with only two weeks remaining in the regular season, there’s now a logjam at the top of the Central Ozark Conference boys basketball standings.
Central Ozark Conference wrestling rivals Carthage and Neosho were positioned in second place in their respective district tournaments at the end of the first day of competition on Friday.
With both teams sitting atop the standings with identical 4-0 Ozark 7 records, the matchup between the College Heights Christian and McAuley Catholic girls basketball teams on Friday had huge ramifications.
CARTHAGE, Mo.—Three players scored in double figures as the Carthage boys basketball team defeated Willard 65-58 on Friday night in Central Ozark Conference action.
Joplin’s seniors came up big down the stretch, and the Eagles kept their conference title hopes alive by earning a hard-fought 51-46 homecoming win over Republic on Friday night in Central Ozark Conference boys basketball action inside a packed Kaminsky Gymnasium.
Strong pitching and timely hitting lifted the Missouri Southern baseball team to a 5-2 victory over McKendree in the opening game of the 2020 MIAA/GLVC Crossover on Friday morning at Warren Turner Field.
On Thursday night No. 1-ranked Northwest Missouri State pulled away during the second half for a 96-75 victory over Missouri Southern, extending the Bearcats' winning streak to 15 games.
EXETER, Mo. — Dhruv Gheewala hit nine 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 33 points as the Thomas Jefferson Independent boys basketball team ran away with an 86-55 victory over Exeter on Thursday night.
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — With his team facing a 14-point deficit at the end of the third period, Brad Shorter had a simple message for his Carl Junction Bulldogs — just keep fighting.
Destiny Cozart capped a big fourth quarter with three free throws in the final 24 seconds as Missouri Southern held off Northwest Missouri 67-61 on Thursday night on Robert Corn Court inside the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center.
Every year for the past several basketball seasons, Missouri Southern's players, coaches and fans probably check first to see when the Lions play Northwest Missouri State.
This Week's Circulars
JOPLIN, MO - Gregory Moore, 64, a machinist, passed away Monday, February 17, 2020. Services are planned for a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Ozark Memorial Park Crematory, Joplin.
CARTHAGE, MO - Frank B. Smith, 58, a truck driver, passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2020. Services are planned for a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Ozark Memorial Park Crematory, Joplin, MO.
COLUMBUS, KS - Ruth Hall passed away February 16, 2020 at 6:43 p.m. at Advent Health Hospitalm in Shawnee Mission, KS, after a hard-fought battle with cancer. Ruth was born on August 11, 1955 to her parents Ray and Betty McBride of Columbus. She and William "Mike" Hall were united in marriag…
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