In the past week, the Stockton Lady Tigers have brought in another win to their season record and also came out with two losses that almost hit winning marks.
The Stockton Tigers boys basketball team made a perennial effort against the Greenwood Blue Jays at R-1’s home turf on Tuesday, Feb. 4, ultimately falling to the Springfield team, who have a 18-3 season record.
After picking up momentum in the second half of Stockton R-1’s courtwarming game on Friday, Jan. 31, the Tigers pulled in six points shy of taking the win over the Skyline Tigers for a packed house of hometown supporters.
Students at Stockton High School have fun during a break in the action Friday, Feb. 3, as the Tigers took on conference rival Strafford High School. It also was a big night because the school held courtwarming activities which included the selection of a courtwarming queen and a post-game da…
Stockton Tiger boys’ basketball coach Derald Henderson returned to his high school alma mater, Skyline, and left with a 49-32 win. The victory, Friday, Jan. 27, gave Stockton a 9-9 record as it reached the .500 level for the season.
Stockton and El Dorado Springs played several girls’ games in a recent eight-day period, with Stockton picking up a pair of wins. El Dorado Springs lost its three games.
Stockton High School’s Sydnee Garrett signed Thursday, April 9, to continue her basketball career in college with North Arkansas College in Harrison, Arkansas.
Chayla Rutledge, a graduate of Stockton High School who now plays for Benedictine College, was named to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletic All-America Second Team Wednesday, March 25, for according to a news release from the college.
Chaney Housh and Anna Buttorff, juniors at El Dorado Christian School, were awards MCSAA state basketball awards during the state playoffs in Joplin. Chaney, left, received first-team all state; and Ann second-team all state. Coaching the girls is Tim Scott.
The final game of the El Dorado Christian School’s 2014-15 basketball season was golden. Head coach Travis Cole and the boys won three straight games to sweet the ISAAC Tournament and bring home the first-place trophy.
Lamar — The girls’ championship game of Class 3, District 12 in Lamar, Monday, March 2, was a matchup of the top two seeds with the favored Stockton Lady Tigers downing the East Newton Patriots 56-45.
Stockton (13-11), the No. 5 district seed, came ready to play against district and conference rival Lamar, the No. 4 seed, in the Class 3, District 12 first round.
Just over 24 hours after the conclusion of the Heart of America Athletic Conference regular season, the conference coaches selected and the conference office released the annual All-Heart Women’s Basketball team Sunday, March 1, according to a news release from Benedictine College.
The El Dorado Springs Lady Bulldogs (16-9), the No. 3 seed, had a lot on the line Thursday, Feb. 26, when they fell to East Newton, the No. 2 seed, 49-43, at Lamar. It was the Class 3, District 12 semi-finals, which could not only guarantee them a spot at district finals against Cedar County…
El Dorado Springs, the No. 7 seed, knew its first round of districts would be tough, as the Bulldogs faced the No. 2 Class 3, District 12 seed East Newton.
The game started out almost evenly for El Dorado Springs and Walnut Grove, Friday, Feb. 13, but in the second quarter the Bulldogs took a downturn, leading to a victory for the Tigers.
The El Dorado Christian School Lady Buffalos traveled to Heartland Christian Academy in Belton Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 12-14, for the MOKAN tournament.
There was high excitement in the air as El Dorado Springs played against neighboring community Nevada for senior night, Thursday, Feb. 19. El Dorado Springs took home the victory 68-55.
The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs had an early lead against the Bronaugh Wildcats (1-10, 1-4) Thursday, Feb. 5, but after Bronaugh started catching up, the Bulldogs pulled a fast one in the last quarter, taking the win 58-50.
In January, the Stockton Tigers were invited to take part in one of the most prestigious basketball tournaments in the Springfield area, the Blue and Gold Tournament.
The Lady Bulldogs traveled to Clinton Saturday, Jan. 31, to play in the third-place game against the Warrensburg Lady Tigers in the Clinton Tournament.
Stockton boys led Skyline 23-22 at halftime in a Mid-Lakes Conference game Friday, Jan. 30, but Skyline completely dominated the second half and roared to a 72-49 victory.
Since the dawn of the new millennium, the girls basketball matchup between Stockton and Skyline often has had the feel of a heavyweight title fight, as the two sets of Lady Tigers fight tooth and nail from tip to buzzer for a Mid-Lakes Conference victory and the unofficial title of best smal…
After Eldon took a high lead mid-game against El Dorado Springs, Saturday, Jan. 24, the Lady Bulldogs were unable to gain a quick comeback, falling to the Lady Mustangs 71-46.
The Stockton Lady Tigers got the lead right from the start at the Stockton Tournament Saturday, Jan. 24, against Springfield Catholic’s Lady Irish, many of which were freshmen new to the floor.
For the first time under head coach Chad Folsom, a member Raven women’s basketball team has been recognized by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics as its NAIA division I Women’s Basketball Player of the Week.
Things were looking good for the Stockton Tigers when they came out on the floor to play at the Stockton Tournament championship game Saturday, Jan. 24, but it was all too-good to last against powerhouse Lamar.
The El Dorado Springs girls fought off a late charge by Osceola Friday, Jan. 16 and salvaged a 54-53 win in the third-place game of the Skyline Tournament.
The Stockton Tigers were fighting an uphill battle against the Osceola Indians, Friday, Dec. 12, but they kept in it, trying for the win until the very end.