Hosting a state ranked team, the Tigers put the pressure to them.
Class 4 and Class 6 powerhouses duke it out in Kansas City.
Warriors take it 43-21.
Cubs win 51-0.
The Mountaineers debuted their brand new stadium, but did not get the result they hoped for. Carl Junction improves to 2-0 with the shutout over Mt. Vernon.
Tigers shut out Indians 59-0.
The Eagles trailed 14-7 at the half, but behind Adam Norsworthy's four touchdown game, Joplin gets the win 35-21. They host Kickapoo next Friday.
The men's basketball team knows how to fundraise with some creativity.
Lady Bulldogs win opener over Lady Eagles.
We recap the top five plays from week one of the high school football season.
MSSU brought in a new transfer this year to compete against quarterback Jay McDowell.
Wildcats win 30-12
Carl Junction knocks off East Newton 44-12
Joplin defeats the Falcons 42-12
Wildcats snap twenty game losing streak with 50-0 win over McDonald County.
Cardinals blank Tigers 21-0.
Facing the Class 3 runner-ups and opening the newly renovated Burl Fowler Stadium, the Cubs were up for the challenge, dominating in a 55-0 win.
The three-time defending Class Two state champions made quick work of Mount Vernon.
Cardinals chasing their 5th consecutive Class 4 State Title.
Cardinals searching for 5th state title in a row
Bulldogs look to build on last year's 10-2 season.
Bulldogs hope to pack big bite in 2014
Purple Dragons return veteran club featuring Alex Barnes.
Purple Dragons return 8 starters on offense and defense
Coming off their 3rd consecutive Class 2 State Title, Lamar is ready to contend again.
Tigers believe they'll be back in St. Louis
Carthage lost their power three on offense, but don't doubt them just yet. Their new offense might just surprise you.
It's been over a decade since Joplin has won a playoff game, but spirits are high with the Eagles after impressive summer practices.
The Titans are the defending CNC League Champions, and return 18 starters from last year's team.
The Tigers fell in the playoffs last season courtesy of Webb City, the same team they will face in their 2014 season opener.
Monett, Carthage, and the host Bulldogs in action.
Webb City, Seneca, and Joplin in action.
Galena returns 20 starters from last year's 8-2 team.
Speed is the name of the game for the Eagles in 2014
The Monett Cubs return 14 starters from last year's 5-5 team.
Eagles look for repeat success
Jasper finished 11-1 last season and returns a solid core.
#9 - Galena Bulldogs, #10 - Colgan Panthers
Bulldog Stadium features a state of the art scoreboard with video replay capabilities.
No. 11 Monett and No. 12 Sarcoxie
First year head coach Ryan Held is eager to return NEO to its' glory days.
With the first game less than four weeks away, Missouri Southern players reported for camp this afternoon to take head shots and listen to inspirational speeches from former players.
2013 saw the Seneca Indians reach the state championship for the first time since 1995. Dan Scheible's team is young, but knows how to reach to the top.
Will play Frontenac in Indianapolis on Friday
It took extra innings to decide a champion in the Premier Baseball Junior Championship, the South Texas Sliders won in the 8th inning over Elite Baseball Chicago.
The Crusaders will face the New Mexico Miners on August 2nd in Denver for the AA National Championship.
The team is raising funds for their trip to Regionals in Indianapolis.
The sixth annual Southwest Missouri Basketball Officials and Coaches Benefit golf tournament in Carthage attracted over 125 players.
For the second night in a row, Joplin South wins 11-0. They will face Desoto in the state championship on Monday night.