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Following three straight major comebacks to win the district tournament, Fair Grove’s softball season ended with a thud in a 7-0 loss at Lone Jack in the Class 2 quarterfinals on Tuesday, May 14. more
The Buffalo boys golf team has been very busy with their season. The members of the golf team this year are: Blair Abraham (10th), Matthew Skinner (10th), Cody Brown (10th), Braden McGregor (10th), Dalton Bennett (10th), Riley Kjar (11th), and Kaden Bone (11th). more
Buffalo’s Elizabeth Western and Fair Grove’s Kellen Lair, won 100-,meter dashes at Dl Dorado Springs and Nixa meets last week. They are the only two local individual athletes to win first place at those meets, but Fair Grove boys’ 4 x 400-meter relay team also took the fop prize at Nixa. more
Addie Voorhis had perhaps her best outing of the year Monday at Buffalo as the Fair Grove freshman hurler shut out the Lady Bison 5-0. She allowed just three hits while striking out seven batters and walking none, although she hit one batter. more
History was made last week when both the Skyline and Fair Grove girls basketball teams won state championships at Mizzou Arena in Columbia. It was the first time two teams from the Buffalo Reflex’s readership area have won state titles in the same year. more
Buffalo’s boys basketball team rolled past New Covenant 68-42 Tuesday, Jan. 23 in a road, non-conference game. This broke a nine-game losing streak.\The Bison came close to winning another game Friday on courtwarming night as they were ultimately defeated by Clever 47-39. more
Boonville, a Class 4 team, brought a 12-3 record to Skyline Saturday, but the Lady Tigers, ranked number one in the state in Class 2, sent the Lady Pirates home with a stunning 64-41 loss. Earlier on Tuesday, the Lady Tigers pummeled Blair Oaks 81-31. more
Buffalo’s Makayla Altic won first place in the Ozark Highlands Conference girls wrestling tournament on Jan. 18 and Peyton Altic won first in the boys tourney. more
Four Buffalo wrestlers placed third or higher at the Republic Tournament last week, and Makayla Altic continued to lead the way with a first-place finish. She also won her dual match against a Nevada opponent. more
Buffalo’s girls basketball team was never out of the game until the last few minutes, but the Lady Bison ultimately lost to Osage 52-41 in a home, non-conference contest Friday night. more
No team scores were kept in the Buffalo girls’ wrestling match against Camdenton, but the Lady Bison won three of four head-to-head contests. more
Fair Grove’s girls basketball team won its first two games in the Pink Division of the Pink and White Tournament last week, but lost their last two. more
Aja Watson and Makayla Altic each won five of six more
Buffalo’s 1964 and 1965 Class M boys basketball state champions were inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in Springfield Wednesday, Dec. 13. Several team members, cheerleaders and relatives were present for the induction ceremony. more
Buffalo’s wrestlers defeated Cole Camp Tuesday, Dec. 12 in the Buffalo Quad Meet that also included Osage and Reeds Spring. more
Peyton Altic won second place and Aiden Patrick took fourth at the Cassville Wrestling Tournament on Saturday. more
Buffalo’s boys basketball team had trouble on the road Dec. 5, falling to Eldon 66-42. The Bison are now 1-3 on the year. more
Buffalo’s girls basketball team got off to a good start by winning two of three games in the Seneca round-robin tournament in which all four teams played each other. more
After losing the first two games in the Strafford Tournament, the Buffalo boys basketball team held off Ava 47-44 Saturday to win seventh place in the tourney. more
Buffalo’s girls basketball team most likely will improve somewhat over its 6-20 overall record and 3-5 mark in the Ozark Highlands Conference last year. But the Lady Bison will have to stay healthy as there are only 10 players on the roster. Buffalo had fewer than 10 players two years ago. more
Two All-State players return from Skyline’s girls basketball team that won third place in the Class 3 state tournament last year. more
Fair Grove’s football team completely dominated the second half Friday night and went on to defeat Strafford 26-10 to win the Class 2, District 4 championship. more
Skyline’s football team lost at Windsor 38-28 in the Class 1, District 4 semifinals Friday night. For the second straight week, though, the Tigers showed that they can compete with schools with enrollments close to theirs. more
After rolling past Mountain View (Liberty) 42-7 in the Class 2, District 4 semifinals Friday at Fair more
Skyline’s football team and fans had to travel 153 miles to play at Polo Friday in the opening round of the Class 1, District 3 Tournament, but it was well worth it — the sixth-seeded Tigers brought home a 36-30 upset win over third-seeded Polo. more
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