Sometimes ties are a good thing.
Rock Bridge tied two school soccer records in its regular season finale Thursday night while one player set a new one.
Nine Hickman and Rock Bridge seniors might be running their last race Saturday in sectional competition at Bethel Park.
Hickman coach Steve Kissane said his team, especially the seniors, needs to feel a sense of urgency heading into Saturday’s meet.
The Boston Red Sox are World Series champions at long, long last. No more curse and no doubt about it. They sure got you, Babe.
Doug Mirts, the Hickman athletic director, was a bright-eyed third grader when the St. Louis Cardinals came knocking – literally.
The Cardinals caravan, which offered communities around the state a chance to meet various players and coaches, stopped at his family’s Mexico, Mo., home to meet before it made its way through town.
With a 17-0 lead and 0:54 left in the first half Saturday, the Missouri football team’s defense had lived up to its top-ranked billing in the Big 12 Conference.
Oklahoma State had gained 36 yards of offense and its potent rushing attack was stuck in neutral. During the final 31 minutes, though, the Cowboys moved the ball with relative ease against Missouri, finishing with 388 yards, 105 more than the Tigers’ allow on average.
Missouri coach Quin Snyder has heard the international style of basketball likened to hockey but said he didn’t know enough about hockey to take the analogy any further.
Although Snyder isn’t accustomed to the sport on ice, he knows basketball and he knows his team.
Michael Handshear’s clothing ensemble is glossed in Redbird glory. Whether it’s his vintage 1982 world champions ball cap or his personalized baby-blue Will Clark jersey, his ensemble is replete with Redbird glory. Even his white sneakers are punctuated with red trim.
Heather Grice and Lindsey Fleming aren’t the flashiest players on the volleyball court.
Their precise passes don’t illicit roaring cheers from the crowd like a powerful spike or rally-killing block, but Hickman coach Greg Gunn said his back row players have been crucial to the success of the team.
The Missouri volleyball team continued its inconsistent play on the road Wednesday. The Tigers fell 30-23, 30-28, 25-30, 30-26 to Texas A&M in College Station.
Missouri (13-6, 8-4) had its chances in the first game but twice allowed long runs, with the Aggies scoring four and five unanswered points after the game was tied at 8. The Tigers blew a lead of 26-22 in the second game.
The Missouri women’s basketball team isn’t fretting about the loss of two star players.
A new arena, new faces, and some added versatility could serve the Tigers well.
ST. LOUIS — Get ready, Boston. There’s no other outcome now.
The Red Sox will either win the World Series or add another historic collapse to their legend.
Inside Blake Tekotte’s Columbia living room, the Hickman High School senior is sprawled out in a blue leather chair on a Sunday afternoon. He is draped in a Hickman baseball T-shirt and purple Hickman shorts. The New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys play on a TV in the corner, but the volume is turned down, making the game barely audible.
His right leg, a mess of ace bandages and metal rods, is propped up onto a footrest.
Demond Thorpe clearly remembers the first time he received a letter from a college recruiter.
With several teammates gathered around him before a practice last season, coach A.J. Ofodile approached Thorpe with an envelope.
Missouri quarterback Brad Smith developed into a Heisman Trophy contender with two seasons of dazzling runs through the heart of defenses.
On Saturday, however, it was Oklahoma State quarterback Donovan Woods who did damage running through the Missouri defense. He faked a handoff to Cowboys running back Vernand Morency and headed in the opposite direction. That counter play is a staple of the Tigers’ offense.
Columbia College defeated American Midwest Conference rival Hannibal-LaGrange on Tuesday, 30-12, 30-9 and 30-8.
Doris Wafwafwa finished with 15 kills, seven digs and three blocks. Shana Aubrey added 12 kills, six digs and five aces. The team totaled 16 service aces on the night.
Rock Bridge’s quick offense made the Fort Zumwalt West Jaguars look anything but catlike.
The Bruins beat the Jaguars 23-25, 25-21, 25-15 Tuesday night at Hickman. The Bruins advance to the semifinals of the Class 4 District 8 tournament, where they will face Hickman at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
When it comes to Power Rangers or Pokemon cards, Ron Graves doesn’t see eye to eye with his 5-year-old son Matthew.
But father and son do share the bond of baseball, and it’s growing stronger during this year’s postseason play.
Missouri suspended running back Damien Nash indefinitely for disciplinary reasons, coach Gary Pinkelsaid Monday.
Pinkel would not elaborate further on Nash’s suspension.
Let’s face it, bowling isn’t the world’s most fast-paced, spectator-friendly sport.
In fact, many participants spend more time drinking beer and smoking than actually bowling.
Do-or-die district play has arrived for Hickman’s football team, and the buzz won’t confine itself to the field.
“It’s going to be crazy,” Hickman student Kale Davis said. “People are going to be running around the hallways yelling about how we’re in districts. It’s just what they do. It’s districts.”