The Lady Tigers’ lineup exploded for double-digit runs for the second straight game, and Avery Romans pitched a two-hit shutout, as Republic hammered Hillcrest 11-0 Friday. A six-run fourth inning put the game away for Republic. The Lady Tigers totaled 13 base hits, including two each by Katie Anderson, Avery
A.J. Fenske allowed two runs in five innings pitched, and she drove in five runs at the plate to power Republic past Buffalo 16-2 in five innings. Fenske slugged the Lady Tigers’ first home run of the season in the second inning, giving Republic a lead it would never relinquish.
During a preseason interview, Republic softball coach Lee Dishman called Katie Anderson “one of the bright spots of the summer” for his team. It didn’t take long for Anderson to show she can carry that hot summer over into the fall. Anderson went three-for-four with two RBIs to lift Republic
August 23 – Football @ Republic (7:00 pm start) Round 1: Republic vs Parkview (South End) Cassville vs Willard (North End) Round 2: Republic vs Cassville (North End) Willard vs Parkview (South End) Round 3: Republic vs Willard (South End) Parkview vs Cassville (North End) August 23 – Boys Soccer
The Republic Youth Softball program is plenty healthy if this week’s first-ever banquet is any indication. Well over 200 people turned out to celebrate the past year of the program, which includes several youth teams of all ages up to middle school. The night also featured a surprise honor for
Six Republic athletes have committed to to play sports in college. Members of five different teams announced their commitments at the school’s November signing day: baseball, basketball, golf, softball (2), and soccer. Broc Smith has committed to play basketball at Drury University. New Republic coach Tim Brown says Smith has
Two Republic softball players have landed a spot on the Class 4 all-state softball team. Missouri’s softball coaches selected sophomore Kaitlyn Ragsdale to the all-state first team as an infielder. Senior catcher Julia Higgins was selected to the all-state second team. Ragsdale anchored Republic’s infield defense from the shortstop position.