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The biggest headline that came out of the United States Men’s National Team’s 3-0 win over Morocco on June 1 in Cincinnati was captain Christian Pulisic's critique of fan support. A … more
Smith-Cotton High School senior Jaren Washington has accepted athletic and academic scholarships to compete in track and field at William Woods University in Fulton. Washington, the son of … more
A stellar record, ranking and run in the Class 1 playoffs led Northwest to placing six players on the first-team All-Kaysinger Conference baseball squad.Seniors Nick Crosswhite, Blaine Kreisel and … more
Cole Camp posted a handful of players on the recently selected All-Kaysinger Conference softball team. Joining junior Haidyn Massingill and Karley Thayer were senior Lacey Brandt, sophomore Ashley … more
SMITHVILLE –– When history beckons deep in the playoffs, even one mistake can be costly. A few of them were too much for Smith-Cotton to overcome in Saturday’s 4-1 defeat to … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Derek Grubb had every reason to be emotional following the conclusion of the MSHSAA Class 5 Championship 110 meter hurdles finals Saturday.  Competing in lane four, … more
A significant amount of tradition left Windsor baseball unsure of what its floor or ceiling was this spring. “Replacing seven starters, we didn’t really know what we had with … more
Before new business, and potentially making history, Smith-Cotton had some of the old to take care of in its district championship game. Winning the program’s first district title since … more
From the sounds of it, Lainy Williams wasn’t having the sort of lead-in to the 2022 GLVC Outdoor Track & Field Championships that foreshadowed a record performance. “I actually … more
JEFFERSON CITY –– A defense just wasn’t in the cards for Smithton junior Riley Bryan. Last year’s state champion in the Class 2 Girls’ 3,200-meter run, Bryan ended in … more
JEFFERSON CITY –– There’s no bar involved in the 100 and 200-meter dash events, but after Friday’s qualifying heats, Sacred Heart senior Bruno Saucedo knew he was setting his … more
LEETON — A showdown between top-seeded Northwest and No. 2 Leeton was destined to be settled at some point in Thursday’s  Class 1 District 10 championship.  With no outs in … more
Facing a 5-0 deficit, a promising start to the top of the third by Sacred Heart felt like the pendulum swinging in Thursday night's Class 1 district title game at Liberty Park Stadium. It somewhat … more
State Fair Community College inducted two cherished figures into its athletics hall of fame on May 12. Former hoops standout Kenny Chery and longtime announcer Denny Perkins were welcomed into … more
Cole Camp held onto its lead from Day 1 to lift the MSHSAA Boys Golf Class 1 State Championship Tuesday at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield. It marks the first state title in program history. … more
Posting multiple runners on base in three of the first four innings, Sacred Heart baseball head coach Jaric Reid felt confident that it would finally begin to materialize in the form of runs sooner … more
Saturday’s Class 2 sectional in Monroe produced multiple state qualifiers from Kaysinger Conference programs. Out of an extremely difficult pack in girls shot put, Tipton junior Lily Burns … more
Postseason play began for area baseball teams as early as Friday as the road to US Baseball Park in Ozark kicks into gear over the weekend. For some, that means a familiar foe right off the … more
Smith-Cotton senior Elias Washington figures to get at least a few cuts at Liberty Park Stadium going forward. Primarily a first baseman, Washington made his signing with Three Rivers Community … more
A four-goal rally by Sporting Kansas City that included a pair in extra time led to a 4-2 win in the U.S. Open Cup over FC Dallas Wednesday night at Children's Mercy Park. It marks the first … more
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