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Three years ago, The State Fair Community College women’s basketball team had just one win. more
Coaches, please send results to jackd@sedaliademocrat.com. more
WARRENSBURG – Longtime sportswriter Sally Jenkins visited the University of Central Missouri on Wednesday, Feb. 21, to speak on her 20-plus years of experience in the field and her latest book. more
Five Smith-Cotton student-athletes will be represented in the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships, which will be held between Wednesday and Saturday at Mizzou Arena in Columbia. more
Jerry Hughes always made sure to be the first on site the morning of each University of Central Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony. more
Applying for a job halfway across the country usually means having to answer the question of “Why here?” from an employer. more
Smith-Cotton senior Anastasia Bellamy recently decided that her latest stop in Missouri would be for just one season. more
Eyes and focus will turn to the postseason as local teams begin their quest for silverware beginning the start of next week. more
A couple of youths in Sedalia are finding they truly enjoy competing in ice hockey, so much so they and their parents hope to find enough interest locally to someday have a youth hockey rink in Sedalia. more
Dave Slifer’s 800th career win came at the hands of one of Central Missouri women’s basketball’s highlight moments of the season so far. more
Smith-Cotton teams split against Moberly as the Tigers inducted two members Friday evening on Hall of Fame Night. more
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Andy Reid have made the Kansas City Chiefs a dynasty. more
Play-by-play announcer Jim Nance had a pretty good Vegas-themed line with his “Jackpot!” on the game-winning call of overtime Sunday night. more
State Fair Community College men’s basketball program has been the benefactor of some unforeseen twists and turns that led to the arrival of first-year assistant coach Deshon Portley. more
Central Missouri women’s basketball was presented with the opportunity to force overtime against Pittsburg State on Wednesday, Feb. 7. more
When the Kaysinger Conference Girls Tournament presumably plays with 10 teams in 2024-25, it will be for better reasons than in recent years. more
It was early in the third quarter of Saturday afternoon’s Kaysinger Conference Boys Tournament Championship when Sacred Heart head coach Steve Goodwin told his bench all you needed to know about opposing guard Jackson Bailey’s performance up to that point. more
WARRENSBURG — It was not a game for the offensive gurus, but Central Missouri men’s basketball and Lincoln found a way to reach overtime anyway. more
WARRENSBURG — Central Missouri women’s basketball went into its matchup with Lincoln knowing it had to navigate the court without reigning MIAA Player of the Year Brooke Littrell for the second time in four seasons. more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Royals agreed with shortstop Bobby Witt Jr. on an 11-year deal worth more than $288.7 million guaranteed, two people familiar with the contract told The Associated Press on Monday, locking up one of baseball's young stars as the club tries to turn around its fortunes and persuade a weary fanbase to invest in a new stadium. more
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