Jerrell McDaniels is the best high-school wide receiver that Hickman football coach Jason Wright has ever seen.
Rock Bridge wasted no time on Thursday night demonstrating it is one of the top teams in the state.
Last year, Amanda Bales lost something she loved.
As the world’s best tennis professionals hit the hard courts for the second round of the U.S. Open in New York, Columbia will host its own major of sorts.
In the 27th minute of Thursday’s home opener against Rolla, Hickman goalie Brent Tegerdine cleared the ball from outside of the penalty box. The ball happened to land at the feet of forward Blaise Parker, and he scored the first goal in Hickman’s 2-1 win.
According to coach Joe Henderson, the Rock Bridge softball team had never defeated the Jefferson City Jays.
With four seniors leading the way, the Hickman softball team hopes that its experience will translate to wins this season.
Missouri freshman wrestler Max Askren is participating in the FILA Junior World Championships in Guatemala. He is competing in the 96-kilogram (211 pound) weight class. Askren’s older brother, Ben Askren, won the 2006 NCAA national title at 174 pounds.
It took 12 seconds for East St. Louis to score the first points in its football game against Hickman on Friday night.