As promised, here is a free electronic version of the February 2020 issue of Republic Tiger Sports magazine — a recap of the last ten years of Republic athletics. Over the next few weeks, I’ll gather some multimedia elements and re-release individual pages with links to audio, video, photo galleries,
High school media members have named Republic offensive lineman Haiden Moody to their all-state football team, joining the state high school coaches association in recognizing the Republic lineman. Both groups named Moody to the all-state second team in Class 5 as an offensive lineman. “Haiden has a lot of athleticism
Republic overcame a big halftime deficit to tie the game in the final two minutes of regulation – but a missed extra point set up a season-ending loss in overtime at Branson, 33-27. It marked the second game in a row that Republic’s opponent scored a game-winning touchdown on the
Thank you to Mid-Missouri Bank for its long-running sponsorship of the Repmo Football Show! Everyone starts fresh for week 10 of the high school football season! For the second straight year, Republic gets a rematch with their week one opponent, Branson. Coach Dustin Baldwin joins us to talk about last
Neosho quarterback Gage Kelley spun away from a pile of defenders and into the end zone on the last play of the game, giving Neosho a 34-28 win over Republic Friday. Three lost fumbles, including one that resulted directly in a Neosho touchdown, sank Republic on Senior Night. When the
The Tigers prepare to wrap up the regular season this week at home against Neosho. Coach Dustin Baldwin and I look back at their loss to Carthage in Week 8, and we talk about what to expect out of the Wildcats as both teams gear up for the playoffs. We also talk about this year’s seniors and what they’ve contributed to the program, even in difficult circumstances.
Two high-flying offenses were on the display at Carthage Friday. Unfortunately for Republic, Carthage’s offense flew higher in a 54-34 win. The teams combined for more than 900 yards of total offense, including 560 yards by Carthage, but Republic’s defense couldn’t find an answer for Carthage’s many offensive weapons. The