Kallie Carmichael left a lot in New Sharon, Iowa.
DETROIT — Now you see it. Now you don’t.
There’s no reason to try to describe it any other way.
Missouri’s football team did more than beat Kansas State.
Tommy Chavis stood underneath the south stands of Memorial Stadium, tucked away in a corner near the small, makeshift tent for Gary Pinkel’s postgame news conference.
Christy Skouby laughed as she told the story. She and her teammates on the 1997 Missouri softball team were in San Francisco for a spring break tournament. Skouby, a freshman at the time, had successfully avoided initiation up to that point, but that was about to change.
DETROIT — Scott Rolen sure gave Tony La Russa something to talk about.
Facing a 30-7 halftime deficit against the Fort Zumwalt West Jaguars on Friday night, the Hickman Kewpies played one of their best quarters of footbal.
At the end of the 2005 Missouri volleyball season, Lindsey Hunter had 6,096 career assists.
Lined up in the shotgun at the Kansas State 15-yard line, quarterback Chase Daniel surveyed the Kansas State defense.
DETROIT — With the right rookie on the mound, it was the scrappy St. Louis Cardinals who looked sharp in the World Series.
All eyes at Bill Metz’s tailgate Saturday outside Memorial Stadium are focused on a television showing the Texas-Nebraska football game.
His fingers glided on the keys of the 1905 Chickering piano in his Kansas City home. Carl E. Bolte Jr., played the song he wrote about his hometown club, the Kansas City Royals.
HALLSVILLE, Mo. — Justin Connolly’s right leg dangles over a brown table, his cast a reminder of a dream on hold.
The University of Missouri celebrated the nation’s first homecoming in 1911. One year earlier, the University of Illinois celebrated the nation’s first homecoming. Also, Baylor, in 1909, celebrated the nation’s first homecoming.
The most recent time the Missouri football team walked off the field triumphantly after playing Kansas State, it was 1992.
NEW YORK — No way anybody was catching Yadier Molina’s ninth-inning shot. And by the time it landed beyond the left-field fence, the St. Louis Cardinals were headed to the World Series.
At Thursday’s Big 12 Conference media day in Oklahoma City, the most prevalent topic was change.
A movie star will be at the Missouri Theatre tonight.
It’s 26-25 Hickman in the second game, and Rock Bridge’s Brandi Williamson misjudges the serve. The volleyball bounces off Williamson’s biceps rather than her forearm, hits her chin and falls to the ground. The Kewpies bench explodes because Hickman has tied the match at one game apiece.