A four-minute scoring burst made the difference for Republic, as the Lady Tigers beat Joplin 2-0 in the district semifinals in Springfield Tuesday. After a scoreless first half, Republic scored back-to-back goals just four minutes apart early in the second, then goalkeeper Bella Drennan and the defense made those goals
Registration is open for boys and girls high school soccer camps. RHS coach Kevin Hauck and Eddie Horn, an assistant coach at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, will lead the camp. Both boys and girls camps will run from June 17-20. They’re open to students going into grades 8-12. The
Republic forced overtime with just eight seconds remaining in regulation, but a sudden-death goal allowed Ozark to escape with a 3-2 victory at Republic Tuesday. The teams hurried through 98 minutes of play, shortening halftime and the breaks between overtime periods to finish the game ahead of an approaching lightning
Through about 60 minutes, Republic and Nixa played like two of the best girls soccer teams in the Central Ozark Conference. From there, it didn’t go so well for the Lady Tigers. The Lady Tigers gave up the go-ahead goal in a 2-2 tie about midway through the second half.