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By Matt Resnick Daily Mail Sports Editor

Nine members from the Nevada High School volleyball team and five from the Lady Tiger softball team recently received Academic All State honors for their dedication and hard work in the classroom the school recently announced. According to NHS head volleyball coach Ashley Thoreson, in order to qualify for the prestigious honor a student athlete must have a cumulative 3.6 grade point average or higher, and participated in at least 75 percent of the teams Fall 2017 varsity matches or games. .

The Nevada Lady Tigers cruised to an impressive 55 44 victory over the Center High School Lady Yellowjackets, on Courtwarming Night, Friday at Wynn Gym. The victory improves Nevada to 15 8 overall and 6 4 in West Central Conference play, as the Lady Tigers extend their win streak to four games. Meanwhile,

Hume swept up by Whirlwind in regular season finale, set to host upcoming district tournaments (2/17/18)

By Matt Resnick Daily Mail Sports Editor

In Thursday night prep hoops action, the Hume Hornets and Lady Hornets were swept by the Whirlwind of Archie in a pair of non conference road contests. In the girls contest, Archie opened on a 13 4 run, and increased its advantage to 27 12 at the break. The Whirlwind then outscored Hume 11 8 in the third, taking a commanding 38 20 lead en route to the comfortable 47 33 victory.

By Matt Resnick Daily Mail Sports Editor

After 19 consecutive losses to open the season, the Sheldon Lady Panthers triumphed Tuesday night in Amoret, downing the Miami Eagles, 53 41. The Lady Panthers led from wire to wire,
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going on top 19 11 at the conclusion of the first quarter, and 30 20 at the break. Miami outscored Sheldon 12 9 in the third, trimming its deficit to 39 32. Paced by sophomore point guard Mahalia Swink’s game high 26 points, the Lady Panthers pulled away in the fourth for the double digit victory.

By Matt Resnick Daily Mail Sports Editor

With the season hanging in the balance and a trip to the Missouri Class 2 state wrestling championships on the line, a pair of Nevada Tiger wrestlers survived and advanced from the weekend’s Class 2 District 3 tournament in Clinton. Needing a top four district finish to advance to Missouri prep wrestling’s grandest stage Nevada High junior Caleb Longobardi placed runner up in the 220 pound division, while 182 pound NHS senior Adam Guenther secured a third place finish.

By Matt Resnick Daily Mail Sports Editor

Changes are on the horizon for Nevada Tiger basketball after recently losing starting senior forward Hunter Mason to a season ending shoulder injury. Mason, who averaged 1.9 points and 2.7 rebounds in 18 games this season made his final prep career appearance during Nevada’s 38 point demolition of Clinton on Jan. 30 at Wynn Gym. Mason, Nevada’s team captain, was considered to be one of head coach Shaun Gray’s top defenders, and, a leader on the floor.

By Matt Resnick Daily Mail Sports Editor

Coach David Hawk’s Nevada Tiger wrestling squad has undergone an intense week of practice in preparation of today’s Class 2 District 3 wrestling tournament in Clinton. “It’s a tough district,” noted Hawks. “I think our district is one of the toughest in the state with teams like Monett, Odessa and Bolivar, who all very strong this year. So we’re going to have our hands full, trying to get guys to place in the top four,
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in order to qualify for state.”.

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