The Stephens College tennis team lost Fridauy in the first round of the NAIA Unaffiliated Group Tournament to bring its season to an end.
Stephens College concluded conference play Wednesday in a doubleheader against Missouri Baptist University. The Stars were defeated in both games and managed to score only one run.
The Cougars women's golf team finished third in the two-day event, and the men's team tied for fourth.
The Hickman High School soccer team used its speed and intensity in a 2-0 win over Troy Buchanan High School. An early lead gave the Kewpies the confidence to fight the Trojans' tough defense.
William Woods has now outscored Stephens 175-4 in the all-time series.
Hickman High School baseball lost 4-2 to Jefferson City in Jefferson City on Monday.
But, of course, Tampa Bay isn't tipping its hand on which player it will select.
Drivers who miss a race can make up for it by winning later.
Slive's replacement will take over on August 1. Until then, the longtime commissioner, despite battling cancer, plans to stay involved.
Desisa earned his second Boston Marathon title Monday, finishing in 2 hours, 9 minutes, 17 seconds to claim a golden olive wreath, the $150,000 first prize and a winner's medal to replace the one he donated to the city two years ago in memory of the victims.
Columbia College softball won both games of its doubleheader against St. Louis College of Pharmacy on Saturday. At 7-3 in the first game and 15-2 in the second game, the Cougars ended their conference play with a 16-8 record.
After losing 8-1 to Missouri Baptist University in its first meet of the season, Stephens College tennis team had a change to avenge itself on Saturday, but lost 7-2.
The Stars fell to a 7-25 record with two losses against Lindenwood University-Belleville on Saturday.
Kendall Schler, the first woman to cross the finish line in the Go! St. Louis marathon last Sunday, did not in fact run most of the race, marathon officials say. Race results show her starting at 7 a.m. and not crossing any of the race’s six checkpoints.
The Stars won 5-3 in Game 1 and 7-1 in Game 2 on Friday.
The Stars won their meet 6-3 against Lincoln University at home Friday. Sophomore Gracie Strawn brought in a third-set singles win for the second meet in a row.
After a big loss against Quincy Notre Dame High School last year, the Trailblazers soccer took the Raiders to overtime Wednesday.
Stephens College softball continued its struggles Wednesday, when the Stars lost a doubleheader to Park University.
Johnson, a senior at Nixa High School who was recruited as a middle hitter, plans to major in fashion communication at Stephens College.
In 2015, the high school wrestling teams in Columbia suffered poor participation numbers across the board. A lack of middle school wrestling and the sport's low popularity are factors, but parents and coaches are finding ways to increase interest in the sport to teach valuable life lessons they can't learn anywhere else.