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
Republic soccer overcame a slow start to zip past Springfield Parkview for a 6-0 win on the road Tuesday. Clara Fronabarger scored four goals for the Lady Tigers, with Sarah Hicks and Jaiden Gibbs adding a goal apiece. The teams played on a seldom-used grass practice field behind JFK Stadium
Republic has honored two of the leaders on its history-making 2017 soccer team. Dylan Brown and Trenton Roetto both received plaques during halftime of a recent basketball game that will hang alongside plaques for other all-state performers from Republic’s history. Roetto and Brown were key performers on the first Republic
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
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