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Skyline boys are seeded fifth in the Class 3, District 8 basketball tournament Feb. 20-24 in the Stover Dome at Stover. The Tigers get the tourney started with an opening game against fourth-seeded Windsor on Monday, Feb. 20 at 5:30 p.m., and the winner will play top-seeded Cole Camp in the semifinals Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 5:30 p.m. more
Macks Creek girls are the top-seeded team in the Class 1, District 5 basketball tournament Feb. 21-25 at Wheatland. The Lady Eagles have a bye in the opening round, and will play in the semifinals Thursday, Feb. 23 at 5 p.m. against the winner of fourth-seeded Fair Play and fifth-seeded Humansville, which play each other Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. more
Fair Grove’s girls basketball team defeated three state-ranked teams in the past 10 days, edging El Dorado Springs 61-58 and Ava 66-49 on the road, and St. James at home 66-41 on Saturday. El Dorado Springs was ranked number one in Class 3, Ava was sixth in Class 4 and St. James was second in Class 4 as of Feb. 8. more
It’s always exciting when Fair Grove plays archival Strafford in any sport. But the tension will be even higher Friday when the Fair Grove boys host Strafford in a game that will determine the Mid-Lakes Conference championship. At this writing Fair Grove is 3-0 in conference play with Strafford being the Eagles’ only league contest left. In contrast, Strafford is 2-0, but was scheduled to play at Forsyth last night (Tuesday), not an easy task. A Strafford loss to Forsyth will clinch at least a tie for Fair Grove. more
Skyline girls defeated Strafford 60-55 Monday night and in the process won the Mid-Lakes Conference championship with a 4-0 record. With the win, the Lady Tigers improved their overall record to 18-6. more
Skyline boys lost two Mid-Lakes Conference games last week, the first one being to Forsyth 72-53. The score was tied 15-all at the quarter, and Skyline led 31-28 at the half. The Tigers were outscored 46-22 in the second half, however. more
Fair Grove’s girls basketball team has been awarded the top seed in the Class 3, District 11 Tournament at Sparta Feb. 21-25. The Lady Eagles have a bye in the opening round and will play the winner of fourth-seeded Forsyth vs. fifth-seeded Springfield Catholic Thursday, Feb. 23 at 6 p.m. Forsyth and Catholic will play each other Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 5 p.m. more
Makayla Altic of Buffalo qualified for the girls state wrestling tournament Feb. 22-23 in Columbia by placing in the top four at the district tournament over the weekend. Altic finished fourth in the 130-pound weight class. more
Skyline girls are the top-seeded team in the Class 3, District 8 basketball tournament Feb. 21-25 at Stover. more
Despite a sterling 17-6 record and a tough schedule, the Fair Grove Eagles managed only a third seed in the upcoming Class 3, District 11 basketball tournament Feb. 20-24 at Sparta. The Eagles will play sixth-seeded Pleasant Hope in the opening round Saturday, Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. The other opening-round game will feature fourth-seeded Greenwood vs. fifth-seeded Spokane at 6 p.m. more
Hunter Jenkins and Makayla Altic both won all five of their matches in the Thundering Herd Tournament in Buffalo Saturday, good enough to win first place. Wrestlers from 19 schools were represented in the event, some from as far away as Boonville, Owensville and Fulton. One of the Boonville coaches told our reporter that the team bus left Boonville at 5:30 a.m. Saturday to get here in time. more
Buffalo’s boys basketball pounded Warsaw 68-37 Tuesday,, Jan. 31 at hoe for their fourth straight victory, but on Friday their longest winning streak of the season was broken by Sherwood 61-42. more
A strong first half enabled the Buffalo Lady Bison to roll past Warsaw 51-31 Tuesday, Jan. 31 in a home conference game. Freshman Leah White put up 21 points and senior Sadie Abercrombie tallied 10 to lead the way for Buffalo. more
When Weston Owen and Aiden Meade both drilled 3-pointers for a 5-5 lead and Fair Grove led only 10-9 halfway through the opening quarter, fans might have thought this was going to be close game. However, the Eagles went on a 14-3 run to lead 24-12 at the end of the first, putting a blowout in clear sight. Ultimately Fair Grove ran away with the contest 70-39 and improved its record to 15-6. more
Skyline’s Emily Edwards is known for being a good 3-point shooter, but against Fair Grove on Thursday night she had zero points until the last three seconds of the game. But in what may have been the most important shot of her career, she drilled a 3-pointer with three seconds left on the clock to give the Lady Tigers a 49-46 lead, and that’s how the game ended. more
The setup has been finalized, and the Bison Esports apparel and accessories store is complete and available at esportsgear.com/collections/bison-esports. A percentage of each sale comes back to Bison Esports to help support the program and expand the group’s opportunities. more
Macks Creek sophomore India Willis reached a milestone in her high school basketball career, recently scoring her 1,000th career point. Willis, who averaged 24.5 points per game as a freshman, has achieved this in just 44 games. more
Buffalo’s boys basketball team is continuing to build some momentum as district play approaches. The Bison won their third straight game Friday with a non-conference road victory at Clever 59-54 in overtime. more
Buffalo High School will host its annual Thundering Herd wresting tournament Saturday, Feb. 4, and teams from 19 schools will participate. more
Macks Creek girls easily won all three of their games in the Osceola Tournament last week to capture the tourney championship. In the process they improved their overall record to 14-5 and 2-1 in the Polk County League. more
Skyline’s boys basketball team lost all three games at the Clinton round-robin tournament last week, beginning with a 74-35 loss to Pleasant Hill in their opening game. Skyline trailed 25-9 at the quarter. Weston Owen was the only Skyline player to score in double figures with 11 points, while A.J. Dampier tallied eight points and Aiden Meade seven. Ricky Woodhouse added four, Tyler Henry three and Camden West two. more
Skyline’s girls basketball team split two games last week, losing to El Dorado Springs 71-63 and bombing Lamar 67-28. Both of these non-conference games were played at home. more
After losing to Lamar in the opening round of the Stockton Tournament, Buffalo’s boys basketball team moved to the consolation bracket and defeated New Covenant and Mt. Vernon. As a result, the Bison won fifth place in the tourney;. more
After losing to Miller in the opening round of the Stockton Tournament (see Jan. 18 issue) Buffalo’s girls basketball team moved to the consolation bracket and was supposed to play Mt. Vernon on Thursday. However, Mt. Vernon canceled the remainder of its season due to a shortage of players. Therefore the Lady Bison played Lamar Saturday for the consolation championship and lost 57-37. more
Fair Grove’s girls basketball team had little trouble winning the Osage Tournament last week as the Lady Eagles outscored three opponents 209 to 72, an average margin of 46 points per contest. It was the second tournament they have won in the pst two weeks having won the Skyline Tournament the week before. more
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