A golfer can always change his swing if he has trouble with his game. Rock Bridge’s Jeff Pope changed his equipment instead.
Pope used a new putter to push the Rock Bridge Bruins to a 165-175 win against the Marshall Owls on Thursday at A.L. Gustin Golf Course. Pope won with a 38.
Despite the sting of each opposing goal, Marc VanDover had to admire the skill in every St. Joseph’s Academy score.
“I hope we got a good videotape of it,” VanDover, Rock Bridge’s coach, said. “They were pretty.”
Center fielder Blake Tekotte has been Hickman’s most consistent performer during a season that has had its ups and downs.
The Kewpies won their first three games before going into a slump that dropped them to 6-6. Hickman recovered this week, though, winning its past two games to improve to 8-6.
A difficult conference season for the Missouri baseball team gets a lot more difficult this weekend.
The Tigers play the first of a three-game series at 6:30 tonight at Taylor Stadium against No. 1 Texas in a Big 12 Conference game.
After three smooth practice swings, Rock Bridge’s Johnny Kruse rests his bat several inches above his right shoulder.
He adjusts and readjusts his right hand on the barrel as he takes a curveball for strike one. Kruse never flinches. It’s not his pitch.
Columbia College’s Monica Mueller has been the most dominant pitcher in the American Midwest Conference this season.
She has done it all without her plicas, horseshoe-shaped folds that serve as a divider between the lower and upper part of the knee.
The Texas pitching staff did not look like the best in the nation, or even on the field, Friday night against Missouri.
O'FALLON-Missouri designated hitter Bo Davis did something Wednesday night that is near impossible any other game of the season. He broke his bat.
Shawnee Mission used size to level Rock Bridge every chance it got.
The Bruins used their speed to sidestep the Raiders.
After its worse home loss of the season Monday, Hickman was looking for some offensive production Wednesday against Southern Boone.
The Kewpies found it in Justin Jackson, whose two home runs, including a grand slam, led Hickman to a 9-3 win at Hickman Field.
Helias’ Todd Schonhardt gave himself a great birthday present Wednesday.
Schonhardt hit a hole in one on his 18th birthday with a pitching wedge on the par-3 10th hole at Lake of the Woods Golf Course.
ST. LOUIS — Pinch-runner Marlon Byrd scored on an infield grounder to snap a tie in the ninth and rookie Ryan Madson threw four innings of one-hit relief, giving the Philadelphia Phillies a 6-3 victory against the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday night.
Edgar Renteria had two RBIs for the Cardinals, who fell to 3-9 at home. That’s their worst start since they were 3-9 in 1990.
No one can accuse Steve Paxton of procrastinating.
Paxton, the Missouri wheelchair basketball coach, has been on the job for two months and has his first two commitments for the team’s inaugural season next year.
Two days before the Big 12 Conference Championship, Yelena Olshanskaya isn’t sure whom Missouri will face in the first round. She knows coach Blake Starkey has told her, but she can’t quite remember.
“I don’t even care who we’re playing, I’m just going to go out there and try,” she said. “We can be playing a No. 1 seed or No. 23 seed; we just have to go out there and do our thing.”
Missouri is heading into unfamiliar territory. Most of the team, that is.
The Tigers will compete in the Big 12 Conference Outdoor Championships today through Saturday in Norman, Okla. It is Missouri’s first trip to Norman since 1992.
When Hickman’s Stuart Denson took the baton from Steven Broadus for the third leg of the 4x100-meter relay, the Kewpies were well behind Jefferson City.
When Denson reached Josh Sallee for the final leg, they were even.
It was a fitting end for what seemed inevitable.
Pinch runner David Wagganer scored on a wild pitch, and Rock Bridge beat Marshall 18-8 in sloppy, six-inning slugfest Tuesday at Rock Bridge Stadium that ended because of the 10-run rule.
Most normal people usually avoid having objects hit them at 90 mph. Chris Johnson is not a normal person.
Johnson, the goalie for the Rock Bridge lacrosse team, loves what he does. Almost every day, a rubber ball that can reach speeds of 90 mph or more hits him. It takes a special kind of person to want to take such punishment day in and day out.
On Tuesday, the Hickman tennis team showed a lot can change in two weeks.
The Kewpies beat the Jefferson City Jays 8-1 at Hickman. The win avenged a 5-4 loss April 13 at Jefferson City.
Rock Bridge struck first, but Quincy Notre Dame scored last.
The Raiders reeled off the last three goals to defeat the Bruins 3-1 on Tuesday at Cosmopolitan Park.
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