Thomas Jefferson won again on their home floor 62-33 over Wheaton.
Cardinals defeat Lebanon 50-34.
Purple Dragons win 46-44.
Lady Wildcats with big 2nd half to claim their 2nd consecutive Neosho Holiday Classic Title.
East Newton used their size and their defense to lock in the Carthage Tigers for the boys Black division finals in the 0th annual Neosho Holiday Classic.
The Lady Wildcats trailed after the first quarter but stormed back to beat the Carthage Lady Tigers for a 45-39 victory.
The host school battled back and forth with the Patriots in the black division semi's.
The Tigers had a tough day one with Marionville. Day two wasn't any easier.
The Comets made it a one point game, but their last second shot for the win rimmed out, and the Tigers survive 46-45.
The Patriots were hot from the start and cruised to an easy win in their first round game of the Neosho Holiday Classic.
The Wildcats opened their tournament with visiting Buffalo on Monday afternoon.
The 60th annual Holiday Classic tips off this Monday in Neosho.
This is the 60th year of the tournament in Neosho. The tournament runs from December 29th through the 31st.
The Lady Eagles improve to 4-4 after beating the Lady Bulldogs.
Cardinals win 43-37
Lady Eagles beat Seneca 49-34.
Republic held on to their lead, but Brenlee McPherson still found time to knock in 18 points, enough to help her join the 1,000 point club.
Locke McAllister will graduate high school early and enroll at Missouri State in January.
Cardinals knock off Carl Junction 44-43.
Beau Bussey put up 24 points on the Lamar Tigers, as Miami cruised to a 73-51 victory.
Vikings beat Galena 57-42.
Neosho wins opener of Lady Eagle Classic over Webb 63-47.
Pittsburg's Alex Barnes will enroll at Kansas State in January.
Cardinals win despite 32 points from Tripp Tucker.
Neosho beats Collinsville and head coach Jeremy Phillips is recognized as coach of the year.
Joplin too much for Monett
The Lady Mustangs cruised past Nevada to win the Carl Junction Tournament title.
The War Eagles were down at half, but the reigning champs never let down against host Carthage.
School still shooting for December 18th completion.
Alex Bruey from College Heights Christian School signs with Dodge City Community College volleyball.
The Cardinal dynasty continues!
The Tigers are champions once again, overtaking South Callaway at the Edward Jones Dome to win the Class 2 title for the fourth consecutive season.
The Tigers senior class are tired of being compared to last years seniors and they hope to prove the doubters wrong with a fourth straight state title.
Titans will face Andale in Salina for the Class 4A Division II state title
Chris Shields steps down after four years as Joplin football coach.
A back and forth game ended with a missed extra point, giving the Bombers the 24-23 victory over the Cubs.
The Tigers hit the road for the Class 2 state semifinals on Saturday.
The Cardinals hosted Kearney for the Class 4 semifinals Saturday night.
Columbus rolls past Santa Fe Trail 44-12.
Lamar pitcher Tripp Tucker will be a Gorilla
Raiders lose to Santa Fe Trail 14-13.
Titans score late touchdown to beat Holton.
Tigers beat Strafford 48-17.
Alex Barnes' high school career came to an end Friday night, with the Thunderbirds shutting out the Purple Dragons in the second half and winning 34-14.
Rossville scored on the opening kickoff and never looked back, beating the Panthers 56-19.
Kate Stauffer to swim at Lindenwood and Janzen White to MSSU for cross country.
Three volleyball players sign plus a swimmer, runner, and basketball standout.
Chelsey Henry will play basketball for the Lions while Tiffany Gilford will run track.
Webb City's Desirea Buerge will play college basketball for the Lions and throw for the MSSU track & field team.
Carthage is home vs Nixa and Lamar hosts Strafford.