Category: Tennis

Howard and Wells Team Up for JV Title

Jasmine Howard and Izzy Wells captured the championship of the Republic JV Tournament Friday. Howard and Wells teamed up to win all three of their matches, including a tiebreaker win over Nixa, 7-6 (7-2), to clinch the top-flight title. Caytlin Peltz and Mia Stan finished third, winning two of their

Read More »

Lady Tigers Sweep Another COC Foe

Republic came from behind in two of its three doubles matches, then put the hammer down to finish a sweep of Carthage in a 9-0 rout at home Thursday. In three matches this week against Central Ozark Conference opponents, Republic has won 26 of 27 matches. In singles play, Elsie

Read More »

Photos: Tennis vs Nixa

The Lady Tigers are unbeaten in conference play after wins over Nixa and Branson to start their week. Here’s the photo gallery from their match against Nixa. Edited by Jali Purcell

Read More »

Back-to-Back COC Wins for Lady Tigers Tennis

The Lady Tigers tennis team started its week with two straight Central Ozark Conference wins against traditional league powers. And they achieved both in convincing fashion. Monday, the Lady Tigers dominated Nixa 8-1. Republic swept all three doubles matches, then won five of six on the singles side. At #2

Read More »

Morgan Leads Republic Past Carl Junction

The Lady Tigers tennis team improved to 2-0 this season with a win over Carl Junction in Joplin Thursday. Republic set the tone with a sweep of the three doubles matches, then won four of the six singles matches to close out the night. Hannah Morgan, playing at #5 singles,

Read More »

Lady Tigers Tennis Team Romps in Opener

Republic dominated three doubles matches at Neosho, then cruised to a 9-0 victory on the road to open the fall tennis season. The Lady Tigers lost only five total games during their three doubles matches to set the tone for the night. Republic entered the season with several lineup questions

Read More »

Crawford, Jordan Lead Republic at Tourney

Two Republic players brought home first-place trophies at the 2019 Republic Summer Open Saturday. Elsie Crawford finished first among the girls and Isaac Jordan finished first among the boys. Republic’s Carly McAtee was the girls runner-up. Three other Republic players made it to the semifinals. Jack Cook and Kolten Swindle

Read More »
Absolute Roofing – Click for info on Republic’s roofer.
Allstate Agent Jessy Pritchett – Ask about Drivewise, to help you drive safer and lower your cost.
Yocum Automotive -Republic’s home for complete auto service and computer diagnostics.
Southern Sun Electric – Call (417) 865-6377 for your electrical needs.
VisionHealth Eye Center – Outstanding eye care. Exceptional eyewear!
Farr Better Plumbing – For residential, commercial, or emergency service, they’re your plumber in Republic.
Central Gas Propane – Locally owned, community involved. Call them at 725-3833.
Farmers Insurance – The Nathan Dixon Agency has a game plan for all your insurance needs.
Rocco’s Italian Kitchen – Pizza. Pasta. Perfection.
Destiny Church – Creating a revolution through serving.
Hines Street Pharmacy – Your locally owned neighborhood pharmacy.
Kris Yocum – Republic’s State Farm Insurance Agent
Agent Sarah Rader – Save money by combining your home and auto insurance with State Farm.
Pinegar Chevrolet – Pick Pinegar every time!
Black Lab Coffee – Be the Change. Coffee. Breakfast. Lunch. Catering. Delivery. (Previously Heroes Coffee)
The Bank of Missouri – Your hometown bank supporting the home team!
Old Towne Event Center – The home of your next great event, right here in Republic.
Mid-Missouri Bank – Click to follow us on Facebook!
Heady BBQ Company – Home of the famous Pig Nasty Sandwich!
Back To Top

Get Republic's Sports Magazine delivered direct to your mailbox.



Republic Tiger Sports is a one-of-a-kind magazine full of glossy photos, feature stories and interviews, and more. And it’s 100% about Republic. Subscribing to the magazine is one of the best ways to support continuing Republic Tiger Sports coverage, and you can do that now for less than $2 a month.