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A cool day with the bats Saturday and a late start Sunday night didn’t deter the Sedalia Travelers from making a red-hot comeback to cap off the team’s wood bat tournament held at Liberty … more
Asking for a second consecutive road victory after breaking a streak of nine winless away matches to start the year may have been asking too much from Sporting Kansas City. Tasked with … more
Following in the steps of other organizations like the St. Louis Cardinals, the Sedalia Bombers held Mental Health Awareness Night on Friday for their game against the Des Moines Peak … more
KANSAS CITY, Kan. –– No one may be happier that the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup has returned this year than Sporting Kansas City and its supporters. Absent the past two years due to the … more
As overtures continue to bolster pitching numbers, unsavory trends continued at the plate in the Sedalia Bombers’ 7-2 defeat Tuesday night to the Jefferson City Renegades. Two runs was all … more
Hoisting the timber over four games, Sedalia’s junior legion team went .500 at its wood bat tournament that wrapped up Sunday at Liberty Park Stadium. Post 642 AUX, having won its first two … more
None of the Sedalia Bombers were all too pleased following an 8-0 home defeat to Clarinda on June 15, but if anyone knows how to bounce back, it’s infielder Adam Webb. At Smith-Cotton, Webb … more
Often runs come at a premium when baseballers trade in the aluminum barrels for lumber, but that meant holding onto a single-run lead was a little less daunting for Sedalia Post 642 AUX Friday … more
Nashville was singing the blues, not country. Cincinnati? Left in the cold. Chicago didn’t even make the final cut. Instead, Kansas City was the only true Midwestern locale chosen as a host … more
The bats struggled, too, but pitching took focus as the Sedalia Bombers wrapped up a three-game homestand Wednesday night at Liberty Park Stadium. Coming off wins in the first two of those games, … more
Smith-Cotton’s pair of prolific scoring seniors received kudos for their spring campaign by being named to the Missouri High School Soccer Coaches Association Class 3 All-State team that was … more
​​Central Missouri Speedway hosted its typical slate of racing, alongside guest class Lightning Sprints on Saturday, June 11, and the tenth race night of the season included a win from … more
Bombers head coach Craig McAndrews said that prior to Monday’s return home to Liberty Park Stadium, he looked back and found his team had been hitting a paltry clip –– under .200 … more
Local baseballers have been fortunate to have junior and senior legion coaches –– entire staffs, really –– that have been both affable and eager to improve players. Connor … more
Starter Blaine Kreisel dusted batters and the Sedalia Travelers took the opener before splitting a doubleheader Wednesday with Blue Springs Fike ahead of more home action this weekend. Kreisel, … more
It certainly didn’t take long for big-name defectors to start crossing the PGA picket lines and sign up for the Saudi-funded LIV Golf series. Why then did it take so long for widespread … more
To fans of the Sedalia Bombers, the Carroll Merchants were an unfamiliar visitor to Liberty Park Stadium this week, and for good reason. The team is the newest addition to the MINK League. Last … more
It’s hard to assign a number to a determination or excitement level, but Evan Helton discovered his Monday night. Helton, who played his high school ball at Strafford and will be a … more
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
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