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
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
High-pressure situations are getting to be old hat for the Lady Tigers soccer team. For the third time in six matches, Republic settled the outcome with penalty kicks––and for the second time, Republic came out on top. This time it was a 3-2 (4-3) win over Springfield Central that ended
Four members of the Republic volleyball team earned academic all-state recognition for their work in the classroom and on the court. Abby McKee, Rylee Moseman, Emma Pearce, and Carle Ward were all named to the all-state academic team. To be recognized as Academic All-State, players must play in at least
After losing the first set to Webb City Thursday night, Republic nearly climbed out of the hole they were in before falling short in two sets, 25-18, 25-21. The Lady Tigers closed the gap to 23-21 in the second set before dropping two straight points to end their night. Rylee
The Republic volleyball team picked up a straight-set in over Springfield Central on the road. The Lady Tigers beat the Bulldogs 25-13, 25-14. Rylee Moseman had eight kills to lead Republic. Reese Watkins and Emma Pearce each had three service aces, and Pearce contributed three digs to the defensive effort,
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