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Rock Bridge football not dwelling on slow start

Rock Bridge High School wide receiver Alex Ofodile returns a punt during the team's practice Wednesday. The team is coming off a 49-14 loss last week against Rockhurst High School.

The Bruins' focus turns to De Smet Jesuit High School after their loss the first week.

In first year of playoff eligibility, Battle football looks to grow

In 2013, Battle's inaugural year, the Spartans were not eligible for the playoffs so the team used that time to build the program's foundation, as well as to learn from mistakes.

Tolton battles week-long heat in practice

The Tolton football team pushed through heat indexes in the triple digits this week as they prepare for Friday's game against Lutheran St. Charles at 7 p.m.

Hickman football emphasizes defense to stop Drew Lock

As Friday's game approaches, Hickman looks to stop Lee's Summit's Drew Lock with a flurry of different coverages and blitz packages..

Arkansas State won't move home game against Missouri to St. Louis in 2015

The St. Louis Sports Commission had asked Arkansas State to move its home game in the second week of September 2015 to the city's Busch Stadium.

Missouri volleyball restructures lineup in preparation to defend conference title

With the loss of standout setter Molly Kreklow, Missouri looks to shuffle around the lineup and stoke internal competition in the process.

Former Bruins Mark Pickerel, Freeman Simmons come home for season opener

Former Rock Bridge players Mark Pickerel and Freeman Simmons, who now play for South Dakota State, are looking forward to setting foot on Faurot Field.

Bruins softball's comeback falls short

Rock Bridge falls 8-7 to Jefferson City in extra innings.

Missouri football to face 'most boring team in America' in South Dakota State

South Dakota State coach John Stiegelmeier may view his team and his coaching style as humdrum, but he had some interesting things to say ahead of the Jackrabbits' game against the Tigers.

Missouri football counting on deep D-line

Former reserves Golden and Ray embracing starting roles while paving way for younger players.

Public gets sneak peek of Memorial Stadium renovations

The Missouri athletic department opened the doors to the newly-renovated Memorial Stadium, which is now home to outdoor loge seating, suites, a new upper deck and other amenities.

 

Adam Wainwright struggles in Cards' 3-1 loss to Pirates

 Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said Wainwright's subpar pitching is showing how the grind of a long season is taking its toll.

 

Sam gets last chance at Rams' preseason impression

Sam and the Rams visit the Miami Dolphins on Thursday night, the last exhibition for both clubs and the last opportunity for players to state their cases before teams pare down their rosters to the NFL-mandated 53 by Saturday afternoon.

Royals score six runs in 8th inning to best Twins

The Royals extended their lead over Detroit to 2 1/2 games in the AL Central with their 11th win in their past 13 games at Kauffman Stadium. They've won four straight over the Twins.

USC's Josh Shaw admits to lying about injuries, rescue

Shaw has been suspended indefinitely from all of the Trojans' team activities after acknowledging his heroic tale was "a complete fabrication," the school announced in a statement Wednesday.

Maria Sharapova comes through in 3 sets at U.S. Open

On Wednesday, Sharapova found herself down by a set and facing a break point early in the second at Flushing Meadows, bothered by the whipping wind, her own off-target strokes and an opponent who wasn't backing down.

Browns' Josh Gordon suspended for 2104 NFL season

The Browns learned Wednesday that Josh Gordon's indefinite suspension by the NFL has been upheld and he will miss at least 16 games for another violation of the league's substance abuse policy.

Columbia College soccer scores new facilities

Columbia College men's and women's soccer coach John Klein discussed the improved locker rooms, field and concessions around R. Marvin Owens Soccer Stadium at the "Cougar Club" fall luncheon on Tuesday.

Rams cut T.J. Moe, leave Michael Sam, Tim Barnes, E.J. Gaines

The St. Louis Rams cut their roster to 75 players, and three of the four former Missouri players stayed with the team.

Missouri football: 5 things to note at the start of opening week

According to coach Gary Pinkel, it's been a few years since the opening game coincided with the first week of classes.

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