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Defeating good teams has become a habit with the Fair Grove boys basketball team, and it happened again Friday night as the Eagles outscored once-beaten El Dorado Springs 44-30 in the second half to post a 73-56 home victory on Tuesday, Jan. 10. more
Buffalo’s boys basketball team ripped Sherwood 52-35 Friday in a conference game in front of a courtwarming crowd. The Bison trailed 8-6 at the quarter, but led 22-16 at the half. Their big quarter was the fourth when they outscored the visitors 16-3. more
Buffalo’s girls basketball team is becoming more competitive, but lost a home conference game to Sherwood and a tournament game to Miller in the past few days. more
Lyla Louderbaugh, Buffalo, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play women’s golf at the University of Kansas, KU head coach Lindsay Kuhle recently announced. Louderbaugh will be a freshman for the Jayhawks in 2022-23. more
Fair Grove’s girls basketball team has allowed a total of just 21 points in its last two games, as the second-seeded Lady Eagles whacked seventh-seeded Warsaw 70-13 in the opening round of the Skyline Tournament Friday. They were scheduled to play third-seeded Leeton last night (Tuesday) in the semifinals. If they won, they will play in the championship game Friday at 8:30 p.m., and if they lost they will play for third place at 6:30 p.m. more
Buffalo boys were unable to overcome a 20-point halftime deficit Monday night, so eventually lost a home conference game to Butler 56-42. The Bison played hard to get back into the game, but never got closer than 11 points in the second half. more
Spurred by a loud and active courtwarming crowd, Skyline’s boys basketball team achieved its first victory of the season Friday night with a 62-57 win over Laquey. The Tigers trailed only once in the contest, but had to hold on for a five-point win after leading by 15 with seven minutes left in the game. more
Kenzi Cheek scored 19 points and Ashlen Garrett had 10 to lead top-seeded Skyline girls over eighth-seeded Climax Springs 69-9 Saturday afternoon in the opening round of the Skyline Tournament. The Lady Tigers, 10-3, were scheduled to play in the semifinals last night (Tuesday). If they won, they will play in the championship game Friday at 8 p.m., and if they lost, they will play for third place Friday at 6:30 p.m. more
Buffalo’s girls wrestling team performed well last week in defeating Butler and Clinton in a meet that featured those two teams, plus Overland Park (Kan.)/ Blue Valley Southwest at the Butler Quad Meet. Results are as follows, with the Buffalo wrestlers listed first: more
Buffalo’s girls basketball team basically led all the way in a home conference game against Butler Monday night, and the Lady Bison were in front 23-14 at the half. However, they quickly took care of business in the second half by starting the third quarter with a 10-0 run. This put the home team in fro t 33-14 and virtually sealed Buffalo’s second win of the season. more
In the Missouri and Arkansas Region, Red Cross disaster response volunteers have also provided relief and comfort after home fires and other local disasters, including responding to tornadoes that ripped across the two-state region, and flooding that impacted the St. Louis area. more
In one of the most exciting games ever played at Buffalo High School’s stadium, the Bison outlasted Butler 50-44 and handed the Bears their first Ozarks Highland Conference loss. At the same … more
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