People of all ages participated Sunday in the Show-Me State Games’ miniature golf tournament.
The Show-Me State Games table tennis tournament was held at the Helias High School gym Saturday.
On Saturday, the Show-Me State Paintball competition took place at Battle Creek Paintball in Kingdom City, Mo. Eight teams competed to win the tournament, the Mid-west Assassins being the youngest of all teams.
The event happened Saturday at Oakland Park.
Edward Ruehter, 73, has shot trap his whole life and has inspired his family to shoot, too.
The Country Club of Missouri has a new program that aims to get youths more serious about tennis.
A recreation room at the Lenoir Woods retirement community in Columbia functions as a virtual bowling alley once a week when residents gather to play the game on Nintendo Wii.
Former Missouri basketball coach Norm Stewart is recovering from open-heart surgery.
Missouri senior women's golfer Chelsea Schriewer earned a one-shot victory Tuesday at the the St. Louis Metropolitan Women's Amateur Championship.
The former MU basketball player’s trial on a third-degree assault charge was scheduled to start Wednesday.
Nearly half the returning quarterbacks on the Big 12 Conference football teams, including MU’s Chase Daniel, are considered undersized by today’s standards.
Missouri and Illinois are likely to come into their sold-out season opener on Aug. 30 in St. Louis with high national rankings.
The spread offense is relatively new to the Big 12 Conference, and defenses are still struggling to figure out how to stop it.
After a surprising season when four of its football teams finished in the top 10 in the final 2007 AP poll, the Big 12 Conference is no longer behind powerhouses like the SEC, Big 10 and Pac-10. The Big 12 is back among the elite, perhaps as strong as it’s been in 12 years as a conference.
This weekend, 44 men and women competed in the Show-Me State Games’ muzzle loading shooting competition.
Tim and Austin Kuchta competed in the Show-Me State Games in the parent/child golf division.
Five-year-old Spencer Robarge and his family traveled from Springfield to compete in the bowling portion of the Show-Me State Games.
Teams played ultimate Frisbee in several games at Hinkson Field on Saturday.
Eight-year-old Ashleigh McKinley volunteers at the Show-Me-State Games as a “noodler.” She taps wrestling referees with a blue foam pool noodle to remind them when there’s five seconds left in a match.