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Spring district and class assignments from MSHSAA have been revealed in recent days, giving teams a glance at what it will take to achieve playoff success this year. more
Four players from the Class 2 State Champions headline this year’s All-Kaysinger Conference Girls Basketball Team. more
SPRINGFIELD –– Put their resume at the top of the pile. And forget about their class. more
Seven weeks. Forty-nine days. Something close to 1,176 hours. more
Lincoln, Sacred Heart and Tipton each posted three players on the recently announced All-Kaysinger Conference Boys Basketball team. more
The Lady Cardinals are headed back to Springfield. more
MOBERLY –– The first half left things looking bleak for the Bluebirds in Friday night’s Class 3 quarterfinal, but an opposing gameplan that played right into their hands was nearly enough. more
No one except for Northeast Cairo had dominated 20-win New Franklin the entire regular season. more
It could be the quarterback in Ethan Shearer, but the Cole Camp senior has a knack for the big last-second heave. more
Junior Carter Rice continued a torrid run of scoring, and the right outside shooting Sacred Heart team showed up in Wednesday night’s Class 2 district semifinal in Benton County. more
A last-second shot was just inches away from being the difference in Green Ridge’s Class 2 district quarterfinal Monday night. more
Next week marks the start of the march to a district championship, and for some area basketball teams, the road to Springfield. more
Tipton girls wrestling is sending three wrestlers to this year’s state tournament after last weekend’s Class 1 District 2 Tournament held at North Point High School in Wentzville. more
Northwest senior Caden Crooker is headed just up the road to continue his football career. more
Talent, and players, come in waves. It’s part of life at the Class 1 and 2 levels. more
Tipton’s bench might not have been louder than when freshman Anna Crane hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer of Friday night’s Kaysinger Conference Girls Tournament Championship. more
A defense that has rarely let Lincoln down all season –– if it has, it hasn’t reflected in the win column –– delivered again Saturday night. more
Ernie Haag was back in Sedalia a few times the past week, even on the sidelines. But he wasn’t clad in orange and black. more
Sacred Heart tried to replicate the kind of big-time comeback that its girls team had produced a day before ultimately coming up short in the Kaysinger Conference Boys Tournament semifinals. more
Even one of the most reliable challengers to Tipton in recent years couldn’t approach the Kaysinger Conference’s juggernaut. more
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