Republic managed just five hits and committed five errors Monday in a 7-1 loss at Strafford. The Indians scored all seven of its runs in two innings––four in the third and three in the fourth. Easton Prevo and Tyler Cavener each had two hits for Republic. Prevo scored the Tigers’
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
After Carl Junction scored four runs in the first inning, it looked like it would be long night for Republic. In the second inning, it looked like the weather might make it a short night for everyone. By the time the game had ended, Republic had overcome its deficit —
Republic turned in its best offensive performance since at least 2010 Thursday, walloping Neosho 19-5. The Tigers scored more runs Wednesday than in any other game of the GameChanger Era, which started for Republic in 2011 when the program began using the online service GameChanger to track statistics. The Tigers
Republic hitters abused Hillcrest pitchers from the start of the game, scoring six runs in the first inning in a runaway 13-0, five-inning victory at Hillcrest Thursday night. Jaden Duvall led the way from the leadoff spot with four hits in four at-bats. The Tigers pounded out 17 hits in
The baseball Tigers came from behind once, but they couldn’t do it a second time in a 9-6 loss to Webb City at home Wednesday. Republic fell behind 5-1 through two-and-a-half innings, but scored a single run in the fourth and three more runs in the fifth to tie it.
Republic committed six errors to help Rogersville pull away for a 10-4 win in the Tigers’ home opener Tuesday night. One of the lone bright spots for Republic was Tyler Cavener, who reached base three times, with two walks and a double. He also stole a base. Clayton Crowley started
A three-run rally in the fifth inning pushed Branson past Republic 7-4 in a COC matchup at Branson. Zach Johnston’s sacrifice fly scored Hunter Werling to break a 4-4 tie and provide the eventual game-winner. The Pirates added two more runs later on a single by Cameron Banks and a