A dominating defensive performance and run game helped send the Spartans to the state championship game.
Spartan mascot Cameron Hawkins channels his faith and Battle High School football fans' energy into encouraging the team during playoffs.
The Spartans look to improve upon their 5-19 inaugural season.
Missouri soccer was eliminated from the NCAA tournament Friday night after a 1-0 overtime loss to the Washington Huskies.
Sophomore Jordan Frericks finished with a career high of 18 points and 12 rebounds. Fellow sophomores Sierra Michaelis and Kayla McDowell finished with 14 and 11 points, respectively.
Missouri divers Lauren Reedy and Clark Thomas won their respective competitions on Day 2 of the Mizzou Invitational.
No. 20 Missouri (8-2, 5-1 in SEC) plays Tennessee (5-5, 2-2 in SEC) at 6:30 p.m. Saturday on ESPN. The Tigers must win in order to return to Atlanta for the SEC Championship, and Tennessee is looking for its sixth win and first bowl berth since 2010.
The Spartans feel confident looking toward the 2015 postseason.
Missouri (16-15, 7-9 Southeastern Conference) dropped a 3-1 match against LSU (17-8, 12-4). Missouri has lost three of its last four matches and fell to 2-7 away from Columbia since the start of conference play Sept. 26. That includes a mid-SEC slate nonconference loss to Missouri-Kansas City.
The Stephens College basketball team couldn't get anything going offensively Thursday night in a 76-30 loss to William Woods University.
Columbia will open its NAIA tournament run Saturday at Lindsey Wilson College. The team will be without its two leading scorers, Kelly Ross and Laurie Frew.
The Tigers' junior tailback says he has come a long way from his freshman year, when he found the size of SEC defenders to be intimidating. Coming off a career performance at Texas A&M, he's not backing down now.
The Columbia College men's basketball team advanced to 5-0 on the season after a 55-45 road win against Hannibal-LaGrange.
Camping in driveways and skeletal stadiums are two of 10 things you didn't know about Missouri's next opponent.
With defenses focusing on stopping Nash Sutherlin, receivers Jaevon McQuitty and Chyrome Thorpe have accounted for big plays.
The Trailblazers will adopt a defensive strategy to aid the move up to Class 3.
Columbia College women's basketball won their first conference game of the season, defeating Hannibal-LaGrange University 74-73.
With their Sweet 16 hopes on the line, the Tigers face the No. 4-seeded Washington Huskies at 6:30 p.m. Friday in Stanford, California.
The Trailblazers have every intention of winning the Class 3 title this year.
At this point in the semester, a lot of college students are ready for a break. With finals and papers galore, not to mention a few more football games, Missouri football players are excited for the end of the semester, too.