JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Beginning July 1, deer hunters can apply online through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) website for a shot at more than 100 managed deer hunts throughout the state for archery, muzzleloading and modern firearms from mid-September through mid-January at c…
Chloe Rear of Strafford High School was named the region's top volleyball player Monday by the Springfield Sports Commission. Rear finished the 2017 season as the only player in the state with more than 300 kills (377) and more than 500 assists (513). Along the way, she earned her fourth Cla…
The Strafford High School girls basketball team took home the award for Girls Team of the Year at the Springfield Sports Commission's awards banquet Monday.
Ethan Bergmann of Rogersville High School won the award for the region's top athlete in boys swimming and diving Monday at the Springfield Sports Commission banquet. Bergmann was exactly that in the fall 2017 season and placed in the top six of four events at the Class 1 state meet – all aft…
Strafford High School's Hayley Frank was named Girls Athlete of the Year Tuesday during the Sports Commission Awards banquet, held at the Oasis Convention Center in Springfield.
The Strafford High School baseball team came within a run of the Class 3 state championship Wednesday, falling to the Malden Green Wave, 9-8.
The Strafford High School softball team continued its juggernaut journey through the 2018 postseason in pursuit of its second consecutive state championship. The Lady Indians pummelled Clearwater, 12-2 in six innings, in Saturday’s state quarterfinal round, a contest that was rescheduled fro…
The Logan-Rogersville High School girls soccer team edged the Monett Lady Cubs in the opening round of the Class 2 District 10 tournament Monday night on Monett's home pitch.
The Marshfield High School girls soccer team finished off their 2018 regular season with a 3-0 win over visiting New Covenant Academy. The win gives the Lady Jays a 12-10 record, a significant improvement over 2017’s 4-15 ledger.
There was undoubtedly some disappointment under the Logan-Rogersville tent Saturday at the Class 4 District 6 meet in Carl Junction, as the Wildcats picked up a number of medals, but the lion’s share were for fifth place and lower — not the top four that qualify for sectionals.
The Marshfield High School track and field coaching staff was largely all smiles — smiles that widened as the afternoon went on — at the Class 4 District 5 track meet in Camdenton this past Saturday.
The Marshfield High School baseball team took a couple innings to get things started in Monday’s Class 4 District 10 semifinal game against Clinton. But once they got a whiff of success, the Blue Jays kept their offense rolling to the tune of a 9-1 win.
The Strafford High School softball team completed a perfect 29-0 season and ran its two-year winning streak to 51 games after a 3-0 victory against the Park HillsCentral Lady Rebels in the Spring Softball State Championship game Saturday.
Earlier this month marked the spring round of scholarship signing for Logan-Rogersville High School senior athletes, as seven Wildcats inked commitment papers to seven different institutions of higher learning for participation in six different sports and activities.
Missourians will see many signs of a box turtle’s reliance on memory in the weeks ahead when people will observe turtle crossing roads throughout the region. These turtle treks don’t mesh well with our reliance on automobiles, as evidenced by the large number of turtles killed by vehicles ea…
Fordland High School's new track and field program had one qualifier for sectionals, as Mia Wiley placed first in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:42.72. She also placed third in the 400 with a time of 1:06.8.
The Logan-Rogersville boys golf team fell six strokes short in its effort to advance to sectionals on the way to an attempted defense of its 2017 state championship. The Wildcats carded a team score of 357, six strokes behind the 351 posted by Monett. Springfield Catholic was the Class 3 Dis…
The postseason starts for area baseball tournaments this week, as Marshfield, Logan-Rogersville, Strafford and Fordland will all be participating in district tournament action.
Working from the axiom that the farther a team advances into postseason, the tougher the competition will be, the past week’s performance by the Strafford High School softball team is something of a rule breaker.