No. 3 seed Rock Bridge lost 19-7 to No. 6 seed Jefferson City in a run-rule shortened six-innings in the first round of Class 4, District 10 baseball tournament Monday in Jefferson City.
The Rock Bridge tennis team advanced one singles player and two doubles teams to the state tournament
Hickman’s Alex Turner cut his hair into a Mohawk to help inspire the Kewpies tennis team for its district tournament.
The Tigers will travel to Iowa City to face host Iowa, Creighton and Long Beach State in the double-elimination regional tournament.
Hickman baseball coach Dave Wilson will be leaving Columbia and moving to north Kansas City after the season in order to be closer to his family.
Rock Bridge junior Rachel Rutter plays a physical style of soccer and it’s paying off, leading the streaking Bruins into the playoffs.
The Missouri softball team was supposed to get an easy victory against Texas Tech. Instead, it got a hard lesson.
“It’s unfortunate because the way it usually works out for all of us in life is that we have to learn lessons the hard way,” said MU coach Ehren Earleywine. “I tell them a thousand times in practice these same things, and I think sometimes it takes getting burned and being embarrassed in a venue like this before you really learn your lesson.”
Former Missouri walk-on Adam Crossett will try to earn a kicking spot in the NFL with the Colts.
After sprinting didn't work out for Shernelle Nichols, she took up throws and has been successful ever since.
After winning a strong first set 6-2, Hickman’s top singles player, senior Brandon Paige, lost the next two sets, 2-6 and 1-6, to Jefferson City’s Andrew Scheperle.
Rain cut the Class 2, District 5 tournament short for the day, but Rock Bridge coach Ben Loeb says his team has mathematically won the title.
Rhea Taylor was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Year on Friday, and eight other Tigers were named to all-conference teams.
The Missouri baseball team beat Kansas 5-3 in the first game of the weekend series against their rival.
Kewpies lose a close game to a 4A opponent in a possible playoff match-up.
Sophomore Kayla Hauck has provided the Rock Bridge girls soccer team with a spark on offense after missing six games with a concussion.
Missouri's women golfers are in 19th place after the second round of the NCAA Regional Tournament.
The game was the last one of the regular season for Hickman seniors.
Although attending Missouri wasn’t in her plans, the Tigers have counted on freshman Rhea Taylor to spark their offense all season.