The top golfer on the Missouri women’s team, junior Stephanie Wavro, became a golfer on her eighth birthday. Her father, Steve Wavro gave her a set of clubs and “was basically like, ‘Here, you play golf now,’” Stephanie Wavro said.
The green grass of the outfield contrasts with the red dirt of the infield. The smell of hot dogs rides the crisp spring breeze that blows through the bleachers at the Rock Bridge baseball field. The ring of aluminum bats breaks through country music played over a scratchy loud-speaker and on Wednesday evening, the constant cheering of the visitors’ dugout joined the sights and sounds of the ballpark.
One year’s worth of progress can be astounding. For Jason Morris, a year of training has made a world of difference.
The Missouri softball team beat Texas Tech and Nebraska Wednesday at the Big 12 Conference Tournament in Oklahoma City, Okla.
The Rock Bridge baseball team had no idea how big the win against Hickman on April 14 would be until district seeding came back last Saturday and they had the No. 3 seed, leaving the Kewpies at No. 4.
After his team completed a two-game sweep of Texas Tech on April 30, Tigers coach Ty Singleton put the achievement in perspective.
Tuesday night’s matchup between the Hickman and Rock Bridge girls’ soccer teams at Walton Stadium held many perks for both the players and the fans.
It’s been a season of growth for Rock Bridge tennis player Aron Franck.
Although Hickman won 6-3, Thursday’s match against Hannibal was still up for grabs after singles.
When Jeff Johanningmeier switched sports, he ran into
Junior Jordan Nietzel did not outwardly celebrate after the Rock Bridge baseball team’s home game Monday, but the rest of his team did.
Neither junior Tiffany Harris nor freshman Katherine Harry had much of a chance to show their stuff in net on Monday night.
The Hickman girls’ soccer team defeated host Smith-Cotton 3-0 on Monday. The Kewpies (10-5-4) scored all three of their goals in the second half.
The Hickman boys lacrosse team went from feeling elated Saturday afternoon to feeling, well, not so elated Sunday morning.
Heather Robey, Stephanie Stowe and Stephanie Kababie never planned on crossing paths. But in 2003, they came together at Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff to play softball.
Freshman Ryan Lollis swept sunflower seeds and dirt into a neat pile outside the Tiger’s dugout.
Nebraska swept the Missouri softball team at Bowlin Stadium in Lincoln. Sunday’s 5-3 loss gave the Tiger’s (23-25, 7-11 Big 12) the seventh seed in the Big 12 Conference Championships.
Everything went right for Missouri on Saturday when they beat Mississippi Valley State on Saturday 19-2. The Tigers could not have asked for more.
The Hickman baseball team knelt on the outfield grass after beating St. Charles 2-0 on Saturday at home.
The Hickman girls’ soccer team might be 1-3-1 in its past five games, but the Kewpies say they are playing better than they have all season. Saturday afternoon, the Kewpies suffered their worst loss of the season in their last game at Cosmopolitan Park. Hickman fell 6-1 to St. Thomas Aquinas, who is ranked No. 8 in the NSCAA/Adidas National High School poll. Despite the loss, assistant coach Stephanie Krawczyk said she was impressed with her team.