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Travelers suffer first setback of zone tournament

The Post 642 Sedalia Travelers were relegated to the loser’s bracket of the American Legion AAA Zone 2 Tournament in mercy-rule fashion Friday at Liberty Park Stadium. Post 379 Oak Grove …

Bombers drop regular-season finale to Joplin

Bombers are known for flying under the radar. After a regular-season campaign that saw Sedalia slip below a winning record in the final weeks, the Bombers hope a recent rise guides them to …

Bombers preparing for playoffs in final homestand

Mathematically, the Sedalia Bombers are already in the playoffs. Bombers head coach Craig Mcandrews does not care about the math. After a 13-3 loss to the Joplin Outlaws in the first game of a …

Bombers win fifth straight, 8-3, vs. Joplin

The little things were the difference for the Sedalia Bombers at the end of an 8-3 win Tuesday over the Joplin Outlaws at Liberty Park Stadium. Tied entering the bottom of the eighth, the …

Upcoming race, auction to memorialize Ron Ditzfeld

Less than 10 days before the first laps of the year at the Missouri State Fair Speedway, race promoter Larry McCown is still taking calls. Commemorating a local business leader and philanthropist …

Juniors bow out in Zone, Travelers set for postseason

Post 642 Sedalia Aux. bowed out in the American Legion AA Zone Tournament with a 1-1 showing Saturday at Liberty Park Stadium. Mylan Hawkins recorded two hits, including a double, to help Sedalia …

Sedalia Junior Legion shutout in zone tournament loss

Post 11 St. Joseph dealt Post 642 Sedalia Aux. its first loss in the double-elimination American Legion AA Zone 2 Tournament with help from a one-hitter Friday in a 7-0 final at Liberty Park …

UCM’s Green, Dryer selected in MLB Draft

Back in 2020, Mason Green had the chance to sign a free-agent contract with an MLB organization. Green chose the option of concluding his collegiate career and bachelor’s degree at the …

Bombers lose back-and-forth contest with Clarinda A’s

The Bombers learned what it takes to win the league Monday in a meeting between two division-leading teams. Sedalia’s Braden Desonia drove in three runs in support of six strong innings from …

Bombers tie game twice, lose 8-7 to St. Joe

It is important the Bombers find a way to maneuver through turbulence. Because they still have a chance. St. Joseph Mustangs first baseman Ike Book drove in four runs, including a three-run …

Pannier continues strong summer golf circuit

WARRENSBURG — Don’t call it an offseason. Smith-Cotton’s Kiser Pannier completed her third tournament in as many weeks Thursday at the Missouri Women's Amateur & Mid-Amateur …

SFCC Athletics to host annual golf tournament

Friends and supporters have the opportunity to form teams for State Fair Community College Athletics’ 10th annual SFCC golf tournament to be hosted Monday, July 26, at the Sedalia Country Club, …

Roadrunners basketball welcomes three signees

State Fair Community College men’s basketball recently announced three players to its 2021-22 class. Yame Butler, Cam Tweedy and Will Wilson each signed a National Letter of Intent to play …

Bombers end skid with run-rule victory

Training with Premier Pitching Performance in St. Louis after his freshman season at Parkland College, Sedalia Bombers starter Kyle Brown said he visited Sedalia in search of competitive …

Firecracker Mile celebrates 40th year with Liberty Park run

One of Sedalia’s holiday traditions reached a milestone on Independence Day at Liberty Park. The Firecracker Mile, hosted annually on the Fourth of July, completed its 40th race Sunday. …

Bombers drop sixth straight, falls 11-1 to Renegades

For the fourth time in six meetings, the Jefferson City Renegades got the best of the Sedalia Bombers. The Bombers fell 11-1 after seven innings Monday at Liberty Park Stadium, extending their …

Area officials seeking new recruits

Area umpires, officials and referees are looking for recruits to join their ranks on the diamond, hardwood and gridiron before the next school year. Andy Williams, who represents the Central …

Bombers swept by Jefferson City in twin bill

You can only grind for so long before something breaks down. Despite the Sedalia Bombers entering Monday with a 1/2-game lead over the Joplin Outlaws for first place in the MINK League South, head …

McMahill gem leads Bombers over Griffons

Based on his performance, Sedalia Bombers starter Jake McMahill is enjoying his return to Liberty Park Stadium. Sedalia’s hard-throwing righty tossed another gem Thursday during an 8-3 …

Kreisel helps Travelers even record with run-rule win

Sedalia Travelers right-handed pitcher Blaine Kreisel is still growing up. But he doesn’t pitch like it. Kreisel surrendered four walks and no hits in four innings Wednesday during a 12-2 …

Bombers lose marathon slugfest with Nevada

Entering the top of the ninth inning of a contest with the Nevada Griffons, all the Sedalia Bombers needed was three outs. Sedalia’s Caleb Ebert took the mound at that point. What followed …
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