The Republic baseball team found a lot of ways to improve this season on its way to a 14-12 record. But it never found an answer to Webb City pitcher Cade Beason. For the second time this season, Beason didn’t allow a run against Republic. This time, Beason worked six
Jared Hughes pitched six shutout innings and the Tigers rode two big innings to a 7-1 victory over Neosho in the opening round of the district tournament at Joplin. Republic avenged an earlier 3-2 loss to the Wildcats and won its first post-season game since 2015. “We’re playing a lot
Republic beat Marshfield 5-2 at home to end the regular season Thursday, but they did more than add another digit to the win column in their record. The Tigers improved their record to 13-11, finishing the regular season above .500 for the first time in four years. Jordan Carter scattered
Republic came within one out of upsetting state-ranked Nixa and spoiling the Eagles’ bid for a Central Ozark Conference championship before losing in extra innings 3-2. Nixa scored single runs in the sixth and seventh innings to overcome a 2-0 deficit, then scored the game-winner in the top of the
Republic managed only three base hits and committed four errors in a 3-0 loss at Webb City Thursday. Webb City’s Cade Beason struck out 12 Republic hitters to earn the complete-game win. Jared Hughes pitched well in a losing cause for the Tigers. He worked six innings, allowing three runs
Republic moved above the .500 mark at the latest point in the season since 2015, beating Hillcrest 7-3 Friday. Clayton Crowley had two hits, including a two-run triple; and Kyle Hill added two hits and two runs scored for the Tigers, who improved to 10-9. Tyler Cavener started on the
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