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.
A Legacy of Faith, Hope and Love
Scott Beasley was a man of faith, a doting husband and father, and a great friend to all who knew him. Beasley died far too young, but not before impacting every person he came in contact with on this side of eternity.
PREVIEW: Scoreboard Guy Shootout (Day 2)
The second day of action at the Scoreboard Guy Shootout features another loaded field, multiple games between state-ranked teams, and a whole day of exciting action for basketball fans.
PREVIEW: First day of Scoreboard Guy Shootout features a loaded field
The first day of the Scoreboard Guy Shootout on Jan. 23 features 11 state-ranked teams, as well as teams coming in from the St. Louis area and the Boot Hill to compete.
The Summit is Within Reach
The athletic program at The Summit is just four years old, but has already garnered individual and team state championships. The program's next state title could come Saturday at the MSHSAA Girls Class 1 Cross Country Championships.
To Hunt or Not to Hunt
I am not a hunter. I am not opposed to hunting...it was just not something we did in the big city where I grew up. But there are a lot of high school student-athletes in the Ozarks who spend quite a bit of time hunting.
My Miracle Baby
My son turns two today. Here is the remarkable story of his miracle birth, and how that God spared both he and his mother's life in a span of thirteen fateful minutes.
Having A Field Day
Logan-Rogersville's Gunnar Allison has established himself as one of the state's best throwers, and is poised for another big weekend at the MSHSAA Boys Track & Field Championships
Fear the Beard
There are a few things that are readily apparent when you see Forsyth's Jay Kaufman play baseball. First, the senior standout can flat-out play the game. And then there's the bushy red beard exploding from his face.