What Rock Bridge used for its profit nearly cost it a season-opening loss.
After several Blue Springs South errors gave the Bruins a fourth-inning lead, they responded in kind, committing a few. Rock Bridge held on and beat the short-handed Jaguars 4-3 on Saturday at Rock Bridge Stadium.
Erin Kalka pitched enough innings for two softball games Saturday.
She pitched a complete game as Missouri defeated Oklahoma State 3-2 in 14 innings at University Field in a Big 12 Conference game.
Blake Tekotte didn’t expect to see a left-handed pitcher for Iberia, but nothing bothered him once he stepped up to hit.
Behind Tekotte’s three hits, Hickman opened its season with a 6-1 win against Iberia on Friday at Hickman.
The optimistic Missouri football fan could look at Saturday’s scrimmage as a solid defensive display.
Defensive lineman Xzavie Jackson recovered a fumble and Jason Simpson, James Kinney and Travis Cardoza intercepted passes. With points awarded for everything from sacks, turnovers and tackles for loss to first downs and forced three-and-outs, the defense led by more than 30 at times and won 67-50.
Missouri’s first match on the outdoor tennis courts at Green Tennis Center was also the last home match for Lucie Ruskova and the Missouri seniors. Ruskova wasn’t about to let Big 12 Conference opponent Nebraska spoil either occasion.
In No. 6 singles, Ruskova rallied from a set down in the final match to defeat Nebraska’s Katie Garcia and give the Tigers a 4-3 win Saturday.
Chocolate milk and an array of chocolate-laden treats were savored Wednesday night by members of MU’s Jewish community at the Hillel Center’s eighth annual celebration of “Chocolate Seder.”
“The best thing about the Chocolate Seder is the ability to celebrate Passover in a different way — a nontraditional way ... (that) makes the observance come to life,” said Cipporah Yaghoubian, an MU senior who was been active in the Hillel Center, the Jewish student center, for four years.
It’s Thursday night at Jack’s Gourmet Restaurant, a little after 6 on one of those surprisingly warm spring days. The pale lights on the gray wall cast a silence that not even screaming red leather seats can break.
Jim Poletti is there to play piano.