Carl Edwards daring last lap run to overtake the race leader on Sunday at Kansas Speedway nearly worked.
Here's a look at Friday's Providence Bowl, where the Hickman Kewpies overtook the Rock Bridge Bruins 41-7. The win moved the Kewpies to 8-4 all-time against Rock Bridge.
The Rock Bridge Bruins featured a decidedly different look at Faurot Field in Friday’s annual Providence Bowl. Several of their jerseys were stolen or lost before they fell 41-7 to the Hickman Kewpies, who moved to 8-4 all-time against Rock Bridge.
MU scored the first 10 points of the match and won the first set 25-8. But the second and third sets were much closer, with MU winning 25-21 and 25-22.
Tigers right tackle Colin Brown didn't take football seriously in high school, but has shown serious dedication in developing his raw talent and body size into what Chase Daniel now calls "the cornerstone of the offensive line."
The Kewpies used a variety of unique formations and motions to the keep the Rock Bridge defense off-balance all night in Friday night's 41-7 Providence Bowl win.
Fourteen years ago, before the grand stage and "Providence Bowl" moniker, the second contest between the rivals might have been the greatest high school football game ever played in mid-Missouri.
The atmosphere of the Hickman-Rock Brige football game brings distractions that don’t usually come with a normal game.
Jaimonte Cooper's family moved one mile so he could play for the Rock Bridge Bruins. Now a senior, Cooper is preparing for his final Providence Bowl.
Taylor Cowan, a senior at Hickman, has thrown two perfect games and been a leader for the Kewpies.
Should University of Washington officials fire Tyrone Willingham, those close to the program say Pinkel and MU offensive coordinator Dave Christensen, both with Washington ties and rising national profiles, could become attractive options.
The Rock Bridge volleyball squad is a tight-knit bunch, gathering weekly on Monday nights to watch the CW's "Gossip Girl" together, holding sleepovers and sitting together at lunch. That team unity could help it regain steam after consecutive losses to Hickman and Hermann.
Stephens College volleyball coach Abby Funderburk is learning with her team. She knows it will take time for her team to become recognized as a serious contender in the American Midwest Conference, but hopes to get them to the mentality that they can succeed as a team.
Looking back at where he's been, what he's seen, and what he's done, for Zach Milligan, who spent 11 months as a soldier in Iraq, working toward a Big 12 Conference championship suddenly doesn't seem like such an imperative mission.
Before the Missouri volleyball team contacted her, Tigers sophomore Weiwen Wang did not plan to come to America from China.
Kyle Gibson appears to be MU's next staff ace and is ready for the challenge. The junior spent the summer as part of Team USA's 24-0 collegiate team.