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Bolivar football knew how to break in the new video board Friday night, Sept. 14, at Plaster Stadium. A balanced offense and overpowering defense by the Liberators led to a 47-7 whipping¬† of visiting Marshall on homecoming. The Liberators took advantage of an injury-hampered Marshall squad, …

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Bolivar senior Anna Bandy was crowned 2018 Bolivar Homecoming Queen Friday night, Sept. 14, before the Liberator football game at Plaster Stadium. She is pictured with escort Blake Neal.

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A golf tournament will be held Monday, Oct. 8, to benefit Gary Jackson, the 23-year old son of Linda Abel Perkins. Jackson has been diagnosed with grade level 4 Malignant Glioblastoma. His prognosis is 18 months to five years, according to a news release.

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Bolivar girls tennis took the top spot as a team and in two doubles brackets at the Monett Invitational Wednesday, Sept. 12.

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Bolivar went the distance again Thursday night, Sept. 13, but fell against visiting Mt. Vernon. The Lady Mountaineers won the road match 25-20, 23-25, 25-14.

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Halfway softball finished second to host Weaubleau Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Weaubleau Tournament. The Lady Cardinals advanced to the title game with wins over Montrose and Wheatland before falling to the top-seeded Lady Tigers.

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Pleasant Hope football battled hard once again, but came up short against visiting Sarcoxie Friday night, Sept. 14, at Pirate Stadium. The Pirates lost 42-14 to the Bears to drop to 0-4 in Southwest Conference play.

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Southwest Baptist University women's soccer opened MIAA play with a pair of losses. SBU lost at Central Oklahoma Friday night, Sept. 14, then at home against Missouri Southern.

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Bolivar High School celebrated its homecoming with a parade and football game Friday, Sept. 14.

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Bolivar celebrated homecoming and christened the new video board at Plaster Stadium with a 47-7 walloping of visiting Marshall Friday night, Sept. 14. The Liberators took advantage of an injury-hampered Marshall squad, while getting healthy themselves with three players back on the field.

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Bolivar cross country won five of the six team titles Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 11, at the Bolivar Invitational at Southwest Baptist University. There was plenty of blue and gold crossing the finish line early, as well as runners from Polk County schools.

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Bolivar football hopes some home cooking will help them rebound from last week's road loss. The Liberators host 1-2 Marshall for homecoming Friday, Sept. 14, at Plaster Stadium to start a two-game home stand.

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Southwest Baptist University's Plaster Stadium received a new Daktronics video board and scoreboard this week, just in time for the Bolivar homecoming game against Marshall Friday night, Sept. 14. The new board, along with new playclocks from Daktronics, will make its debut this weekend at t…

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Pleasant Hope looks to build off a strong effort last week, as the Pirates return home Friday, Sept. 14. The Pirates host 1-2 Sarcoxie in a Southwest Conference game at Pirate Stadium.

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Historic Bolivar Speedway will honor first responders Friday night, Sept. 14. The speedway will have free entry for all dispatchers, EMS, fire fighters, police officers, sheriff's department officers, state highway patrol officers and corrections officers. Entrants must have an ID for free entry.

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Pleasant Hope volleyball split a pair of matches Monday night, Sept. 10, at its home triangular. The Lady Pirates swept Sheldon, then dropped a three-set thriller to Greenfield in the night cap.

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Southwest Baptist University volleyball earned a split at its final weekend tournament in Shawnee, Oklahoma. The Bearcats finished 2-2 at the GAC-MIAA Crossover, with four-set wins over Southeastern Oklahoma State University and East Central University.