Columbia College cross-country star prepares for season

Lindsey Martin has a lot to prove to Columbia in the upcoming cross-country season.

Luke Campbell fits right in on Tolton's defensive line

The 6-foot-2-inch, 330-pound lineman transferred to Tolton from Hickman High School this school year. The large lineman likes to sketch in his spare time, drawing inspiration from "Calvin and Hobbes" and "Garfield." 

Stephens College volleyball's two wins have Stars feeling confident

The Stephens College volleyball team won both games at the Avila Eagle Invitational in Kansas Cityon Friday, winning back to back for the first time since 2012.

Ten things you didn't know about Toledo

The Rockets hold the third-longest winning streak in the history of Division 1-A (Now the Football Bowl Subdivision) football. Toledo won 35 straight games from 1969 to 1972. Former Missouri rival Oklahoma won 47 straight games between 1953 to 1957.

Missouri volleyball falls to Lipscomb University in Tiger Invitational opener

With a roster that's two-thirds underclassmen, coach Wayne Kreklow said his team is still in the beginning stages.


Hickman softball tops Southern Boone

Hickman's Shannon Greene strikes out 10 in 10-1 victory over Southern Boone.

DEAR READER: Why I'm throwing away NFL team's T-shirt

A racist team name makes a former favorite T-shirt a necessary addition to the garbage pile.

Mike Alden: 2017 the goal to complete new Missouri softball stadium near Hearnes Center

Missouri athletics director Mike Alden said Wednesday that a new softball stadiumto be built next to the Hearnes Center is set for completion in 2017.The new field will be goodfor recruiting and give the softball program a more visible presence on campus, he said.

James Shields pitches Royals past Yankees 1-0

Shields took a two-hitter into the ninth inning and Nori Aoki lined a run-scoring single in the third following Chase Headley's two-base error, leading the Royals over the New York Yankees 1-0.

Williams eager to see his Rams defense play

The Rams will open their season by hosting the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. The game represents a comeback of sorts for the 55-year-old Williams. Williams was suspended indefinitely by commissioner Roger Goodell in March 2012 as part of the New Orleans Saints' "Bountygate" scandal after the 2011 season.

Familiar faces headline first Rock Bridge-Battle football game

When the Rock Bridge High School football team travels to Battle High School for their game on Friday, a former ally will become a foe.

Gary Pinkel's Toledo legacy: friendship and success

If you talk to longtime Toledans, they'll share fond memories of Gary Pinkel. They remember the big wins. The Toledo Rockets will play Missouri this Saturday.

Maty Mauk's longtime friend and inspiration to attend Toledo game

On Saturday, in his home state of Ohio, Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk will be able to look to the wheelchair-accessible section near the Glass Bowl's south end zone to find Drey Dearing.

Hickman football to take on Jefferson City in one of state's oldest rivalries

The second oldest rivalry in the state of Missouri willbe renewed again for the 95th straight year on Friday.

Wins Record-holder McKenzie Sauerwein ready to lead Missouri soccer

The redshirt senior, who notched her program-best 36th career win Sunday against SMU in a 3-1 victory, has every reason to bask in the glory of personal accomplishments. She would prefer the focus to be on her team.

Rock Bridge cross-country sees increase in participation

The boys team won the state title in 2011, and the girls team is currently ranked first in the state.



Battle volleyball falls to Centralia

The Battle High School volleyball team lost in two sets at Centralia on Thursday. The Spartans are now 1-3.

Fr. Tolton softball cruises past Sturgeon

Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School defeated Sturgeon for its fourth win of the season on Thursday.

Rock Bridge girls tennis rallies to stay undefeated

The Bruins are 7-0 after winning six straight games to finish dual match play against Notre Dame de Sion.

Seattle Seahawks start season right, top Green Bay Packers 36-16

Marshawn Lynch rushed for 110 yards and a pair of touchdowns, Percy Harvin had 100 combined yards rushing and receiving, and the Seahawks stymied Aaron Rodgers' up-tempo offense in a 36-16 win over the Green Bay Packers to kick off the regular season.