The Rock Bridge boys soccer team won a long, physical game against Springfield-Parkview on Saturday at Rock Bridge Field.
Coming off the heels of a loss last week at Oklahoma that players felt should have gone the other way, the Tigers put together their most impressive defensive performance to date in a 41-10 victory over the Red Raiders.
The Hickman boys cross country team won the Class 4 District 5 championship Saturday at the Cole County Fairgrounds in Jefferson City, advancing to the sectionals Class 4 Sectional 3 next week in Columbia.
While quarterback Chase Daniel struggled against Tech, throwing for a season-low 210 yards, Missouri’s rushing attack combined for 212 rushing yards against the Red Raiders.
The Tigers lost their top two scorers and top two rebounders to graduation, and coach Cindy Stein will have to fill the rest her starting lineup with underclassmen.
Doug Simon and Tim Morrow came up with the Sports Fan Tailgating Table that hitches to the back of a vehicle.
The MU Tennis team struggled in their last competition of the fall season.
The Rock Bridge Bruins lost their first
The Hickman football team began district competition with a 32-29 upset victory over No. 4 Fort Zumwalt West.
Missouri will be seeing double when it takes on Texas Tech on Saturday. The Red Raiders (6-1, 2-1) have striking resemblances to the Tigers (5-1, 1-1).
‘The offense wouldn’t go without’ Adam Spieker, says Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel, who relies on Spieker in MU’s shotgun set.
The University of Missouri Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame announced the selection of two former MU coaches and four former MU players for induction into its 2007 class.
Stephens College held several events during the volleyball team’s senior sight game to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Rock Bridge volleyball team beat Hickman in five games Thursday night at the Hearnes Center.
Four years ago, doctors told MU golfer Julia Potter she might never swing a club again. Back surgery made her appreciate the sport more, though, and after working to get back on the course, she is taking full advantage of the privilege of playing.
The Rock Bridge girls tennis team continued its near decade-long success with a second-place finish in the Class 2 state championships Thursday in Springfield Mo.