Hickman tennis beat Hannibal in its last home match of the season.
Franck says his latest win wasn't one of his best matches of the year, but it gives him confidence heading into the district meet and state tournament.
Pat Venditte has been able to throw a ball with both arms since he was three. Now a senior relief pitcher for Creighton, he uses both arms to torment his opponents.
Bruins players battle through pain to defeat Moberly 2-0 in their last home game of the season.
Wentzville-Holt pitcher Tim Melville is the No. 2-ranked high school prospect.
Twins Stephanie and Jodie Schultz have enjoyed their freshmen seasons at Columbia College. The two have been playing softball together since they were young.
MU sophomore Mike Taylor, a member of the Mizzou Strength Club, will attempt to walk-on to the Missouri football team this fall, despite never having played organized football in his life.
Sam Masters dedicated himself to running after his father was murdered in March of 2005.
Ashley Farmer graduated from high school early to claim a scholarship for the Cougars. Despite some teasing by her teammates, she has acclimated to the new environment.
After giving up 27 hits and 17 runs in the first two games of its series against Kansas State and still finding a way to win, the Missouri baseball team gave up just two runs through eight innings of Sunday’s finale at Taylor Stadium and found a way to lose.
The Rock Bridge tennis team defeated Kirkwood and Blue Valley North on Saturday at Rock Bridge to improve to 19-0 with the district meet just one week away.
Carl E. Bolte Jr., a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars, threw out the first pitch at Saturday's game.
Saturday, a handful of MU business students got some real-life, hands-on help from members of both the men’s and women’s teams. The clinic, organized by MU College of Business student council member Laura Eisenbeis, was held to address an issue that came up during the fall semester.
Quin Snyder will tell you this isn’t a redemption story. Don’t go thinking he was desperately searching for one last chance to make good on his potential.
This interview is not a confession, either. He’s made plenty of mea culpas.
People have decided what they want to believe about him, and there is no sense in fretting over it. “You get to a point where (with) everything that’s said about you there’s a certain perception that you just get tired of fighting,” he says.
After a blistering start, the Tigers baseball team has struggled to get back on track.
The sophomore golfer is the first Tiger named to the team since 2006.
The Hickman lacrosse team has now won all six Golden Crosses in the history of the matchup.