Coach Kris Flood joins us for another conversation about Lady Tigers basketball, courtesy of ReeceNichols agents Lori Casagrand and Elizabeth Gold. We reflect on Republic’s historic win to end Strafford’s multi-season winning streak, and we look ahead to a very busy schedule as the second half of the season begins.
It’s time for a Photo of the Week contest sponsored by Pinegar Chevrolet! Each week, I’ll choose some of the best photos from Republic Tiger Sports and let you choose your favorite. One of the weekly winners will appear in the center of the next issue of Republic Tiger Sports
The Lady Tigers scored just three points in the second quarter, and the offensive drought cost them in a 45-34 loss to Melbourne, Ark., in the third-place game of the Pink & White Lady Classic. The two teams were even through the first quarter, tied at 11. Jade Kirby got
When discussing the question of who’s on a hot streak, it may seem odd to answer with a team that lost its last game. But despite a four-point loss to Ozark in the Pink & White Tournament, the Lady Tigers have played some of their best basketball of the year
One night after their intense, emotional win over Strafford, the Republic Lady Tigers didn’t have quite enough gas in the tank to finish a late comeback in the Pink & White semifinals. Ozark held on for a 48-44 win after Republic whittled a double-digit deficit down to two points in
Every week, we take a look at a few interesting statistics from our coverage of Republic athletics in a feature we call By the Numbers. By the Numbers is sponsored by Elliott, Robinson & Company, LLP, Certified Public Accountants, Republic’s local full-service accounting firm. Serving as your Trusted Business Advisors,
Eleven months ago, Strafford beat Republic to break a state record with its 103rd consecutive win. Friday night, Republic wasn’t about to let that streak get any longer. The Lady Tigers overcame a 9-0 deficit and eked out a 43-42 win over Strafford in the quarterfinals of the Pink &