Primed for Perennial Podiums
The Bolivar cross country program has established itself as a perennial State podium contender
The Lamar Tigers are "knock, knock, knockin' on seven's door" as they seek their seventh-straight Class 2 state championship Friday at the Show Me Bowl. Talent, coaching continuity and an "old school" philosophy have been the keys to the Tigers' success.
Birdie the Killer ‘Cat
Logan-Rogersville standout Birdie Hendrickson has established herself as one of the nation's best sophomore volleyball players, and is looking to lead the Lady Wildcats back to the Final Four.
TIME OUT: Adrian Hitchcock
Neosho's Adrian Hitchcock is a budding rap star who just gave the greatest Time Out interview ever! Dinner with Betty White? SpongeBob in a horror movie? Poppycock ain't no hollaback girl!
Hurryin’ Hornet Harriers
The Hermitage boys cross country team is seeking a fourth-straight Class 1 state championship this fall. The Hornets' family-oriented program, which includes a co-op with nearby Wheatland, has become a model of consistency.
TIME OUT: Lauren Brown
Reeds Spring senior Lauren Brown is a defensive dynamo on the court for the Lady Wolves, but off the court she's a #GIRLBOSS who loves her some Miley and JT, as well as Cocoa Dyno Bites. Get to know more about this double-jointed, haunted house-loving future optometrist.
Mountain Grove's Carter Otwell looks to build upon what has already been a decorated career in the Panther maroon and white.
Size Doesn’t Matter for Skyline’s DaMitz
Don't let her small stature fool you, because Skyline's Kaylee DaMitz is one of the top point guards in the state. The 5-5 junior looks to lead the Lady Tigers to their fifth-straight Class 2 Final Four.
Scoreboard Guy Shootout Saturday at Ozark
The next two Saturdays feature some intriguing matchups, as the Scoreboard Guy Shootout returns to Ozark High School with 32 teams, 16 games and a loaded field.