Lady Cardinals lost in overtime to Republic in regular season and will face off again in sectional.
The Trojans defeated rival Frontenac 64-52 in the Class 4A Division 2 Sub-State Finals.
The Bulldogs pulled away in the second quarter and never looked back to defeat McDonald County for the Boys Class 4 District 12 Championship.
Mikaela Burgess hit eight three-pointers to help the Lady Cardinals defeat Nevada in the district championship.
Lions pull away late to beat Kearney 87-79.
Bulldogs defeat Webb City 71-46 setting up matchup with McDonald County.
The Lady Tigers defeated the Mustangs 52-42 in the Class 4 District 12 semifinals.
The Lady Cardinals took care of business against Carl Junction.
Nevada cruised to a 30 point win over Monett to face McDonald County in the semifinals.
In front of a home crowd, the Lady Bulldogs defeated the Lady Tigers 50-38.
Carthage put up a fight but Nevada wins 50-48 to face McDonald County in the semifinals.
Monett's last second shot was no good and Webb City advanced to face Carl Junction in the semifinals.
Rams beat Neodesha 76-43.
The Lady Pirates cruised past East Newton to take the Class 3 District 12 title.
The Pirates battled against East Newton for the title Saturday afternoon.
Pierce City knocks off Jasper 56-49.
College Heights Christian School in Joplin with a track and cross country standout signing with Pittsburg State
Rams big road win gives them a share of conference title.
Wildcats claim 4th title in five years.
Panthers remain perfect in the CNC with 57-42 win.
Mountaineers beat Carl Junction 71-53.
Lady Cardinals top Nixa 59-50.
Chandler Myers scored 26 points as Mountaineers top Seneca.
Lady Cardinals win on Homecoming 43-40.
Mountaineers win at Lamar 78-74.
Three football players and a softball standout sign letters of intent.
Tigers beat Nevada 60-31 to improve to 16-1.
Soccer standout Mary Street becomes the first McAuley athlete to sign Division 1 letter of intent.
Drew Dawson will be a Gorilla like his dad, Darren.
Lady Patriots win opening game of the Seneca Invitational.
Warriors win on Homecoming
Eagles drop home game to Springfield Central 48-46.
Lady Cardinals beat McDonald County 80-59 with Pitt State recruit Mikaela Burgess scoring 32 points.
Bulldogs win 82-43 and Matt Magee scores career point 1,000.
Lancers beat Baxter Springs 41-38.
Lady Cardinals crush the top seed Classen 94-63.
Guthrie beats Wardogs 64-58.
The Wildcats only lost in one match to win the duel 60-3.
Charlie Brown scores 17 points as Joplin takes down Neosho 60-39.
Bulldogs win 55-43.
Labette County boys improve to 6-2 with 58-48 win while the Chanute girls win 52-33.
Defending state champ Neosho dominates in competition.
Eagles take it 69-59.
Despite being down by only three at the half, Webster Groves pulled away from Joplin in the second half to earn a third straight Kaminsky Classic championship.
Rams improve to 4-0 with a 51-28 win over Baxter Springs.
Eagles beat Wichita Word of Life behind 26 points from Charlie Brown 67-47.
Eagles win on the road 58-52.
Webb City picks up their fourth straight state title.
The Lamar Tigers get the 3-peat for Class 2.
Coach Maryann Mitts retires from MSSU.
Our number 6 highlights MSSU's first MIAA title since 1992.
Neosho Wildcats pick up their 3rd straight title in 4 years.
Colgan captured their first Class 3A State Title.
Neosho dominated all tournament long to win easy in the finals.
The Tigers advanced to the finals against Morrilton.
The Cardinals fought to the very end against Bentonville for the Girls Gold Division Finals.
Neosho goes 3-0 in the tournament with a win over Springdale High in the finals.
The Neosho boys showed no mercy over Lead Hill from Arkansas with a 32 point win.
In a blow out, Arkansas school Morrilton came out firing with a big in the Neosho Holiday Classic.
In the first game of the Neosho Holiday Classic, the Carthage Tigers powered their way to an opening victory over East Newton.
A slow start to the game saw Webb City lose to Springdale in a non-elimination game of the Neosho Holiday Classic.
Even though Carthage lost, this game did not affect the bracket and they will be in the semifinals.
The Lions handled the Blue Devil 62-41.
Van Buren pulls out the 55-45 win over Seneca in Day 1.
Neosho edges out Forrest City 75-64.
In day one of the Neosho Holiday Classic, the Lady Mustangs beat Pierce City 38-37.
A look into this years Classic
The 59th annual Neosho Holiday Classic is almost here, and the Wildcat boys team knows they will have to be on their A-game if they want to win the title.
Coming in at Number 10...
Action 12s Cealey Godwin looks back on some of the top sports stories of the year.
Galena cruises to wins on the road in Baxter Springs.
Coach John Roderique joins KODE Sports Director Andy Searcy as they look into what it means to be a Cardinal.
Coach John Roderique joins KODE Sports Director Andy Searcy as they recap the Cardinals Class 4 State Championship game.
Coach John Roderique joins KODE Sports Director Andy Searcy to talk about the Cardinals post season play.
Eagles win 67-54.
The Wardogs beat the Indians in double overtime to win the Seneca Basketball Tournament.
The Cardinals defeated the Marshfield Lady Jays 56-46.
The Lamar Tigers ended their run in the Seneca Basketball Tournament with a big win over Diamond.
Tigers defeat Seneca 73-61
Lady Cardinals win 63-58.
Lady Cardinals win 69-22.
A special feature on the Lamar Senior class that's been a big part of three consecutive state titles.
Recap Lamar's state championship game vs Lawson.
Recap the district and playoff wins of the Lamar Tigers.
Recap the regular season of Lamar's state championship season.
Cody Vogt scored 23 points as the Carl Junction boys beat Nevada. The Nevada ladies held off Carl Junction to win 37-32.
Panthers win opener 52-45.
Mikaela Burgess scores 26 points and reaches the 1000 point club.
Wildcats lose in OT 60-56.
Joplin beats Nevada in Carthage Invitational
The 67th annual Carthage Invitational kicked of Monday, with Carthage falling to Seneca in the first game, while Rogers Heritage defeated Monett handily in game two.
The Spoofhounds defeated the Indians 50-28.
The Lamar Tigers completed the three peat at the Edward Jones Dome, defeating Lawson 42-0 to win the Class 2 State Championship.
The Cardinals defeated Helias Catholic 28-14.
The Tigers are on their way for the third straight Class 2 Title. The only thing that stands in their way is Lawson.
Indians will face 14-0 Maryville Saturday in St. Louis.
Tigers to face Lawson for Class 2 title Friday in St. Louis.
The Tigers fell to an undefeated St. Dominic in the Class 3 Finals.
Seneca defeated John Burroughs in the Missouri Class 3 semifinals.
The Webb City Cardinals will be playing for their fourth straight state championship on November 29th after defeating Cape Girardeau Central 46-0.