Tolton girls soccer wins tournament championship in rain

The Fr. Tolton Catholic High School girls soccer team outlasted the rain to beat Southern Boone 3-1 Saturday and claim first place in the Tolton tournament.

Vanderbilt assures series win with a 12-2 win over Mizzou baseball

The No. 9 Commodores followed their Friday win with another on Saturday.

Missouri's softball game vs. LSU delayed Saturday due to weather

It is now scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.

Islanders top Capitals to force Game 7

Nikolay Kulemin scored the go-ahead goal with 9:27 left in a 3-1 victory over the Washington Capitals on Saturday that forced a seventh game in the first-round playoff series.

Nets beat top-seeded Hawks

Brook Lopez had 22 points and 13 rebounds, Thaddeus Young added 18 points and 11 rebounds, and Brooklyn trimmed Atlanta's lead to 2-1 with a 91-83 victory Saturday.

4 Royals suspended for brawl against White Sox

Pitcher Yordano Ventura drew a seven-game suspension for his behavior Thursday.

LeBron has history of success in first round of NBA playoffs

He's never lost a first-round series. His teams are 39-7 in first-round games. And when Cleveland visits Boston in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference matchup on Sunday, James and the Cavaliers will be taking the court with a 3-0 lead.

Hickman's Andrew Pieper and Mikayla Logan place first in Ladue Invitational

The Hickman High School track team competed in the Ladue Invitational on Saturday. Andrew Pieper and Mikayla Logan each earn first-place honors. 

Tolton tennis tallies two wins in Boonville Pirate Invitational

The Fr. Tolton Catholic High School tennis team competed in the Boonville Pirate Invitational on Saturday before play was stopped because of rain.

Wild beat Blues 4-1 behind Dubnyk, take 3-2 series lead

After allowing six goals in two periods in a 6-1 loss in Game 4, Dubnyk was back to being the difference-maker on a team that had an NHL record-tying 12 consecutive road wins late in the season. He robbed Alexander Steen twice from close range in the second period.

Hickman baseball breaks up late no-hitter in 6-1 win

The starting pitchers for both the Fatima High School and Hickman High School baseball teams had solid games, but the Comets relievers faltered late in the game. 

UPDATE: Gary Pinkel receives contract extension, raise

After winning the SEC East and a January bowl game for the second consecutive year, Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel received a contract extension and pay raise on Friday.

Physical play keeps Battle close in Tolton's 1-0 win

Muriel Williams Battle High School's Brittany Brown and Fr. Tolton Catholic High School's Lindsey Wright share a relationship off the field, a friendly rivalry that contributed to the rough play in Tolton's 1-0 win over Battle.

No. 23 Missouri baseball loses series opener to No. 9 Vanderbilt 9-2

The three-game series continues at noon on Saturday.

Stephens College tennis loss brings season to an end

The Stephens College tennis team lost Fridauy in the first round of the NAIA Unaffiliated Group Tournament to bring its season to an end.

MISSOURIAN MINUTE: Missouri sprinters use pre-race rituals to keep them grounded

A sprinter's race is determined by their start. Missouri's runners have developed routines to prepare themselves for it.

Missouri's 'Junkyard Dog' DeMarre Carroll finally makes his mark with the Hawks

Carroll has become the emotional core of the Hawks, who surged to the top of the Eastern Conference this season and hold a 2-0 lead in their playoff series against Brooklyn.

After brawl, Royals beat White Sox 3-2 in 13 innings

Players from both dugouts and bullpens ran onto the field and punches were thrown during a fight that lasted a couple of minutes.


Martinez pitches Cardinals past Brewers 3-0

Martinez (2-0) gave up four hits and walked two in the longest of his 11 career starts. The right-hander has a 2.04 ERA in eight road games against the Brewers, with 19 strikeouts in 17 2/3 innings.

Royals-White Sox suspended by rain after 8 innings

Managers Robin Ventura of the White Sox and Ned Yost of the Royals huddled with the umpires after the eighth inning, and then crew chief Tim Welke waved the players off the field.