Once again, Rock Bridge’s defense was just a little better than Hickman’s.
The Bruins beat the Kewpies 1-0 on Thursday night at Cosmopolitan Park. It was their second shutout of Hickman this season.
When Damien Nash didn’t start against No. 8 Texas on Saturday, Missouri football fans might have worried about a drop off at the tailback position.
Redshirt freshman Marcus Woods calmed those fears with his best performance of the season. After a shaky start to the season, Woods gained 53 yards on 16 carries in the 28-20 loss at Texas and appeared more comfortable with the ball.
Amidst a throng of cheering Cardinals fans at Campus Bar and Grill, on the corner of Ninth and Elm streets, Ryan Lynch, 21, had no choice but to take off his Houston Astros hat following the St. Louis Cardinals’ victory Wednesday.
Lynch, a Chicago native, was the main antagonist cheering wildly for every play that went the Astros’ way.
A light mist begins to fall, with a brisk wind tapping at the
coach’s back. The elements penetrate his sweatshirt but his psyche holds determined.
Jim Edmonds skipped around the bases, jumping into a cluster of St. Louis Cardinals waiting for him at home plate.
Now, waiting for all of them is Roger Clemens in an all-or-nothing Game 7.
Texas Tech’s volleyball team has two good offensive players but Wednesday night, the Red Raiders faced a Missouri team that has many.
The Tigers beat Texas Tech at Hearnes Center 30-20, 30-15, 26-30, 30-20 with four players in double figures in kills. The Red Raiders had two players combine for 37 kills but no other player had more than four.
NEW YORK — Gritting his teeth and grimacing throughout, Curt Schilling willed away the pain in his right ankle and the Boston Red Sox got the benefit of two reversed calls to move within one win of the most shocking comeback in baseball postseason history.
ST. LOUIS — Roger Clemens can relax. For now, Pete Munro is the Houston Astros’ pick to pitch them into the World Series.
After Missouri’s 28-20 loss at Texas on Saturday, there wasn’t a Tiger angrier than Jason Simpson.
Despite leading the Tigers with five solo tackles and a forced fumble, Simpson, a junior safety, dwelled on the fact that the Tigers failed to recover more than one of the four fumbles they forced. If the Tigers had recovered some or all of those, it could have been a different outcome, he said.
The Bruins haven’t forgotten how to win.
After a 10-day absence from soccer competition, a 7-0 win against Marshall at Cosmopolitan Park proved that Tuesday night.
The Kewpies are on a losing streak at the worst possible time.
The Helias Crusaders beat Hickman 1-0 at Hickman Stadium on Tuesday night. Eddie Mulholland’s header provided the lone goal, in the 17th minute.
Kendra Williams might not have been looking for holes in the California defense, but she found them anyway.
Williams had a season-high 10 kills in the Hickman’s 25-12, 25-16 victory against the Pintos at Hickman as the Kewpies improved to 19-8-2.
Missouri placed fourth in the Lady Razorback Invitational with a team total of 921 on Tuesday.
Kelli Strubinger gave her best performance of the season, finishing with a 2-under par 70 in the final round of the tournament.
Much has changed for the Missouri men’s basketball team since this time last year.
Gone are four lettermen and Final Four expectations.
HOUSTON — Only when Brandon Backe and Woody Williams were done did the hitters have any chance.
That’s when Jeff Kent stepped up and put the Houston Astros only one win away from the World Series.
Keeping the No. 8 team in the nation below all its season averages on offense is one way to prove you are a legitimate defense.
That is what the Missouri defense did against Texas on Saturday, holding the No. 16 offense in the nation to 299 yards of offense in the 28-20 loss. That total was well below the Longhorns’ season average of 442.2 yards.
No. 2 Oklahoma is challenging for a national championship.
Kansas is competing to earn a bowl berth.
AUSTIN, Texas -- One season after failing to win a Big 12 Conference road game, Missouri had its chance to win its second in a row and take the next step toward becoming a high level football team.
No. 8 Texas made enough plays to hold off the Tigers, though, winning 28-20 on Saturday.
HOUSTON — Julian Tavarez must have forgotten about Carlos Beltran when he said the St. Louis Cardinals didn’t think the Houston Astros were so special.
Beltran struck again Sunday, hitting a home run in a record fifth straight postseason game and lifting the Astros against Cardinals 6-5 to even the NL championship series at 2.
ST. LOUIS — Of all times to be injured, Tyoka Jackson is about to miss playing against his biggest rivals.
Jackson a defensive lineman for the St. Louis Rams is doubtful for tonight’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, for whom he played for five seasons, because of a pulled left hamstring.