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Missouri soccer borrows motto from NBA champions

The Missouri women's soccer team has adopted the official motto "I am because we are" to help team members bond and work hard for the team. 

Rock Bridge football outshines Har-Ber

The Bruins won 55-29 against the Wildcats in Springdale, Ark., on Friday night.

Hickman football falls to Ft. Zumwalt East

The Kewpies lost 18-12 to the Bears on Friday night in St. Peters, Mo.

Battle football defeats Butler

The Spartans won a "penalty filled game" against the Bears 45-21.

Tolton football falls to Westran

Fr. Tolton Catholic lost 59-7 at Westran on Friday night.

Missouri volleyball remains undefeated

Missouri's two wins on Friday at the Rice Invitational improved the season record to a perfect 10-0.

Missouri soccer picks up win at home

The Missouri women's soccer team improved to 4-3 on the season with a 3-0 win over Eastern Illinois on Friday night.

Stephens women's soccer loses to Central Methodist

The Stars suffered a 16-1 loss to drop to 0-5 on the season.

William Christopher Boettcher enjoyed biking, golfing, sports

Chris Boettcher of Columbia will be remembered for his interest in the outdoors and as a fan of the Missouri Tigers and the St. Louis Cardinals.

Home Runs for Heroes softball to benefit Central Missouri Honor Flight

Games for the second annual Home Runs for Heroes Charity Softball Tournament are set to begin at 8 a.m. Saturday at Rainbow Softball Complex and Albert Oakland Softball Fields in Columbia.

Stephens soccer captain brings stability to young team

Stephens junior midfielder Kenzie Andrade has taken an immediate leadership role after transferring from Maple Woods Community College this year. 

Tigers prove to be too much for Royals

Detroit's Prince Fielder and Justin Verlander helped propel the Tigers to a 6-3 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Friday night.

Mary 'Kay' Sells, 93, was influential in global Girl Scouting

Mary Kathryn "Kay" Sells, 93, formerly of Columbia, died Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

Science of vocal health on display at MU

The second annual Voice Symposium and Vocal Arts Festival will offer advice on keeping your voice healthy.

Drought cuts expected Missouri crop yields

The National Agricultural Statistics Service now predicts farmers will harvest 125 bushels of corn per acre, down five bushels from the early August forecast.

St. Louis Zoo wants polar bears back

St. Louis has gone without the giant white hunters since 2009, when staff euthanized Hope, the last of its three, after discovering a tumor on her liver. Now the zoo wants polar bears back.

Whiz kid shows off presidential knowledge

Over the past several months, thousands of online surfers have watched 5-year-old Arden Hayes answer questions about presidents. 

MU medical buildings to receive $54.1 million in upgrades

The University of Missouri System Board of Curators approved renovations for University Hospital and the Missouri Orthopaedic Institute at its Thursday meeting.

Community grieves for Ashland teen as details of threat, suicide emerge

Band teacher Andrew Marjamaa described the the 17-year-old as a "good kid" and said  students at Southern Boone High School were in "total shock" after the teen's threat and suicide.

Missouri's defensive line looks to overcome slow start

Missouri's starting defensive line has only managed one sack in two games, but junior defensive end Kony Ealy thinks it may have more to do with how the Tigers' opponents have constructed their game plans. 

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