Three games and as many wins by Tipton girls basketball at last week’s namesake tournament served as further evidence that the program is going to be a force to be reckoned with again.
Two Sporting Kansas City icons, Roger Espinoza and Graham Zusi, were among those who had their contract options for 2024 declined by the club as part of wholesale roster moves announced Friday afternoon.
The New Orleans Saints added kicker Austin Seibert to their practice squad mid-week in case rookie and Sedalia native Blake Grupe isn't available for Sunday’s home game against the Detroit Lions.
State Fair Community College men’s basketball is searching for answers and consistency following Wednesday night’s 82-62 defeat to St. Louis Community College.
Sacred Heart boys basketball got off to a rough start and couldn’t climb back in a 63-46 defeat Tuesday night to Lafayette County in Sedalia.
WARRENSBURG — Zach Zebrowski had high expectations when he decided to transfer to the University of Central Missouri in May.
Smith-Cotton got out to an early lead but quickly fell behind Monday night in a 60-37 defeat to the host Lady Cardinals at the 85th Annual Tipton Tournament.
For the second time in a week’s span, No. 18 Jennies volleyball swept No. 12 Nebraska-Kearney in a crowning setting.
WARRENSBURG — Central Missouri men’s basketball had the advantage on its side over the course of its home opener against Missouri S&T.
WARRENSBURG — Central Missouri football found its usual rhythm quick against Henderson State in the NCAA Division II Super Region 3 quarterfinal round.
As Saints head coach Dennis Allen was getting some hard questions back in New Orleans, kicker Blake Grupe returned to Sedalia to get his share from students Thursday, Nov. 16 at Horace Mann Elementary.
WARRENSBURG — No. 10 Jennies basketball had every elementary school student in the Warrensburg R-VI School District on its side.
The margins between success and failure were thin Friday night in Crystal City.
Sacred Heart couldn’t find a way to put the first blemish on Logan-Rogersville’s record this season.
WARRENSBURG — Central Missouri football landed right where it was projected in Super Region 3 of the NCAA Division II playoffs.
WARRENSBURG — Back in August, head coach Josh Lamberson was not thinking about leading Central Missouri football to at least a share of the regular season MIAA title.
They say every dog has its day, and for Stover, it was Nov. 2.
Sacred Heart senior Jackson Manning can cover some distance.
In spite of a Class 1 state semifinal that didn’t go its way Friday, Northwest volleyball rebounded the next day to leave Cape Girardeau with a third-place trophy.