With the end of boys softball as a high school sport in Missouri, Winston R-6 sought an option for its fall athletes. Missouri State High School Activities Association has been allowing co-ops for many years now and several
Last Thursday’s meet at Maysville was cancelled due to wet conditions. Likewise for Tuesday’s event at Albany, which will not be rescheduled. The Lady Bulldogs combined for a 182 and second place at the best-ball tournament held at Mozingo in Maryville on Monday.
Megan Cox and
Trenton’s Ainsley Tolson threw a three-hitter at Gallatin on Tuesday to blank the home Lady Bulldogs, 3-0, and drop them to 0-2 in early Grand River Conference play.
The game, which suffered a delayed start of 6 p.m. due to wet conditions following a morning rain shower, featured a pitching duel for five
Three touchdowns in the third quarter wasn’t enough to bring Pattonsburg back from a 32-0 deficit against Braymer in weekend Grand River Conference 8-man football.
The Panthers, who fell to 0-2 on the season and 0-2 in the GRC, got two rushing touchdowns from Cole Dilley and another from Kaleb Bjornlie but fell, 38-20.
The Panthers combined for 339 yards rushing and 52 yards passing in the high-octane offensive slugfest.
By Benjamin Herrold
On Saturday, at last, college football’s long, slow offseason comes to an end as the Missouri Tigers travel to Morgantown to face the West Virginia Mountaineers (11 a.m. on Fox Sports 1).
On Saturday, it’ll have been 281 days since Missouri’s 2015 season came to an end, with a miserable 28-3 loss to Arkansas in a cold Ozark rain.
That’s 281 days for the Tigers and their
The Hedrick Medical Center Foundation will host the 2nd annual Golf Skills Challenge Fundraiser on Friday, Sept. 9, at Green Hills Golf Course in Chillicothe. Woody’s Automotive Group is the presenting sponsor again this year.
Participants may sign up in a team of three, or as an individual and be placed on a team. This skills challenge welcomes golfers of all levels and abilities. Each of the five different challenges
The combined Pattonsburg, Gilman City and North Harrison football team fell to St. Joseph Christian, 52-0, in Grand River Conference 8-man football action Friday night at Pattonsburg.
The Lions scored twice in the opening quarter and ended the game in the second period with five more touchdowns.
Peyton Jones completed six of 17 passes for the Panthers for 91 yards. Gavin Garrett caught a pair of passes for 71 yards.
by Benjamin Herrold
For the first time since 2000, the Missouri Tigers will begin the football campaign with a head coach other than Gary Pinkel, who announced his retirement last fall after a decade and a half in charge.
New head coach Barry Odom is a Mizzou alum and completely invested in succeeding here. But as another Missouri summer moves into its death throes, the questions dart through the minds
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