The city of Osage Beach Parks & Recreation Department is accepting team applications for the fall men’s and co-ed leagues, which will play at the Osage Beach City Park from the second week in August to the end of October.
Lake Regional Orthopedics and Sports Medicine will present a free forum on sports-related health concerns at 6 p.m. Thursday.
The Eldon Mustangs will be hosting their second annual golf tournament at noon Saturday.
Longtime tournament raises money for local scholarship program
At the annual John Kahrs Memorial Catfish Classic held July 4, three students who plan to major in the education or medical fields were awarded $1,000 scholarships.
Taylor Hayes of Lake Ozark led area finishers in the Missouri Women’s Amateur that concluded July 15. Hayes tied for 10th with a three-day total of 234 at the Country Club of St. Albans.
The Eldon Mustangs Athletic Golf Tournament returns for its second year Aug. 1 at the Eldon Country Club.
The 2015 Show-Me State Games, Missouri's Olympic-style sports festival, will kick off Friday.
School has only been out for less than a month, but already the summer of 2015 has been one of renovation and rebuilding for the Eldon School District.
This column is only slightly about last week’s revelation that as of yet unknown members of the St. Louis Cardinals’ front office hacked into the network of the Houston Astros and committed corporate espionage in the name of some petty bit of revenge.
A new leader will take the helm of the Camdenton Lakers baseball team in the spring.
Central Methodist University recently announced the athletic honors and awards for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Four football players represented Camdenton High School during the 14th Annual Sertoma Grin Iron Classic Friday in Springfield.
The School of the Osage Indians football team has already begun work to protect their district championship this season.
The School of the Osage will have a new head volleyball coach for the 2015 fall season.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) recently announced that 402 softball student-athletes have been named 2015 Daktronics–NAIA Softball Scholar-Athletes. Tiffany Urwiler has been named to the Scholar-Athlete team.
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