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Plato Kimrey

Athlete of the Week: Kaylea Kimrey, Plato Basketball

It's been a whirlwind week for Plato senior Kaylea Kimrey after setting the school record in career scoring, and then eclipsing the 2,000 point plateau.

Skyline Damitz

Athlete of the Week: Kaylee DaMitz, Skyline Basketball

The Skyline Tigers are the third ranked team in class two and were the first team to beat Crane in more than 30 games - all of this with a freshman point guard.

Acord Parkview

Athlete of the Week: Autry Acord, Parkview Basketball

It's not hard to find a compliment for Parkview senior point guard Autry Acord.
"I recognized him as someone with a tremendous amount of love for the sport," Parkview head coach Bill Brown said. "Tremendous determination to be successful."

Christian Lance Nixa Wrestling

Athlete of the Week: Christian Lance, Nixa Wrestling

For Nixa senior christian lance, his first place finish at the Kinloch Wrestling Classic last week is just further proof of how far he's come.

Kelsey Winfrey Lebanon

Athlete of the Week: Kelsey Winfrey, Lebanon

If you're a Lebanon sports fan, you know the name Winfrey.  Luke is the Yellowjackets starting quarterback.  His younger sister Kelsey averaged 15 points as a freshman.  Since she's from such an athletic family, it might be surprising to hear how Winfrey describes herself.

Bailee Nunn Marshfield Swimming

Athlete of the Week: Bailee Nunn, Olympic Qualifier

When Marshfield's Bailee Nunn is in the water she feels at home, but before entering high school she had to choose if she wanted to continue competitive swimming. It's a choice that's paid off in a big way as this past summer Nunn qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials.

Bedell Central Basketball

Athlete of the Week: D'Angelo Bedell, Central Basketball

"D'Angelo [Bedell] brings a lot to the table because he can shoot the three, he can penetrate, and he has a good mid-range," Springfield Central Head Coach Armando Johnson says of his starting point guard. "Having all three of those things make him a pretty dangerous player on the floor."

Zach Cameron Parkview MSU

Athlete of the Week: Zach Cameron, Parkview Basketball

At 6'9,  it's easy to see why Zach Cameron would be recruited, but his college choice was easy.
"Missouri State was my first official visit and my only one", said Cameron.  "I committed at the end of the visit."

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