Sports

Varsity Girls (3.1 Miles, Top 15 Medaled) Bethany Waggoner, 2nd, 22:20.28     Varsity Boys (3.1 Miles, Top 15 Medaled) Nolan Perkins, 6th, 20:18.34 Simon Bolander, 8th, 20:44.66 Hunter Hicks, 9th, 20:55.84     Junior High Girls (1.5 Miles, Top 10 Medaled) Hailey-Jade Unruh,...
McKenna Cox and Taylor Reese, both of the WSHS Class of 2021, placed third in State Doubles Tennis.    After advancing through to the Final Four, the team triumphed over Ursuline Academy to take Third Place overall.    This historic win occurred under the leadership of Coach David Cox.  
This week, the Lady Bears chalked up two losses. On Tuesday, the Lady Bulldogs from Cabool won the sets 3 to 0.    In the contest against the Lady Tigers from Houston, the Lady Bears fought hard but came up short.
The Sixth Annual Jim Cox Memorial Golf Tournament took place on October 17 at Thomas F. Benyo Golf Course in Willow Springs.    Championship Flight Winners 1. Randy Reese/Des Miller 2. Sam Peifer/Justin Harrill 3. Roger Tune/Deanne Tune   A Flight 1. Jerry Gibbons/Wendy Willard...
After two weeks off the gridiron, the Willow Springs Bears will be back this Friday, October 23. They will travel to Douglas County to challenge the Ava Bears.    Football can resume because many of the previously quarantined football players will have returned to school on Monday, October 26...
The now 6-2 Liberty Eagles landed in the Salem Tiger's Den Friday night. Only a select few visiting fans were allowed into the stadium with a special voucher because of COVID concerns.   The Liberty Eagles were down nine players. Michael Shoup was out with a knee injury and Jentry Acklin was...
Willow Springs hosted Thayer bobcats for volleyball. The jv started out slow and lost the first set but won the next two sets. The Willow Springs Varsity came out strong and stayed strong throughout the whole game, winning 3-0. Varsity scores were 25-12, 25-13, 25-11.
The middle school teams combined grades seven and eight in their game against Mountain Grove last week. The young Bears lost with a final score of 22 to 14. 
Friday night lights, packed stands, the smell of fresh popcorn, and two teams with 4-2 records. Captains Tyler Watts #10 and Kyle Johnson #59 met at the fifty yard line. Cabool won the toss and deferred until the second half.   Bulldog Kicker Eddie Swisloski #77 booted a squib kick, and...

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