Hickman’s performance Tuesday makes it difficult to picture losing.
The Kewpies girls’ soccer team plays Glendale in the quarterfinals of the Class 2 state tournament at 1 p.m. Saturday at Tiger Sports Complex in Waynesville.
Unfortunately for the Mavericks, Derrick Peoples is only one person, because he was the Mavericks' only source of offense in the second game.
After opening the season with an onslaught of errors, the Mid-Missouri Mavericks took advantage of somebody else’s defensive lapse.
Frank Scott, Jr. scored from second on an infield single in the bottom of the ninth, giving the Mavericks their first win of the season, 4-3 against the Gateway Grizzlies on Wednesday in their home opener at Taylor Stadium.
Christian Cantwell dominated Saturday at the Home Depot Invitational, which didn’t surprise him. News that his hometown of Eldon is planning a “Christian Cantwell Appreciation Day” was a surprise.
“I just feel normal there,” Cantwell said in a teleconference call.
The opponents are familiar, but Rock Bridge doesn’t want a familiar result. This time, it wants a state championship.
The Rock Bridge boys’ tennis team plays Chaminade (11-6) today at 9 a.m. in the Class 2 state semifinals at Cooper Tennis Complex in Springfield, Mo. If the Bruins win the match, they will face the winner of the Rockhurst/Kirkwood match in the final at 1 p.m.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Garrett Broshuis allowed six hits over 6 2/3 innings to remain unbeaten, and the Missouri Tigers won their fifth straight game by beating Oklahoma Sooners 9-5 on Wednesday in the Big 12 Conference Tournament.
Missouri (35-20) will meet Baylor today at 5 p.m. Oklahoma (36-21) will face Texas Tech today at 10 a.m.
JEFFERSON CITY — It was swift, it was surprising and it couldn’t have come at a better time, at least for Hickman coach Sandy Paulsen and the Kewpies.
Hickman left little doubt as it scored quick goals and made easy work of Fort Zumwalt West in a 5-1 Class 2 sectional win Tuesday at 179 Soccer Park in Jefferson City.
Blake Blase has the chiseled physique of a former college football player and a powerful swing designed to make pitchers cringe.
The intensity seen in Blase’s face and actions might be the most striking aspect of his game.
Winning is a trend the Missouri baseball team needs to continue this week.
After ending the season on a four-game winning streak, the Tigers begin the postseason today with the Big 12 Conference Tournament at Ameriquest Field in Arlington, Texas. The Tigers (24-20-1) finished seventh in the conference and face the No. 2 seed, Oklahoma (36-20), at 1 p.m.
Brett Burchard’s college choice might turn his mom against his dad.
At least for a few games.
Wes Fewell wasn’t having much fun playing for the Mid-Missouri Mavericks early last season.
The problem wasn’t so much that the Mavericks were struggling on their way to a last-place, 33-57 finish.
The memories of Hickman’s 2002 and 2003 sectional soccer losses linger.
Junior Megan McCabe described them as horrible and disappointing.
The Cougars defeated Rio Grande 3-2 in nine innings and Point Noma Lazarene 1-0 in 11 innings on Monday at the NAIA Tournament in Decatur, Ala., to move a win away from the final four.
It is always good to enter the postseason on a hot streak.
The Missouri baseball team defeated Oklahoma State 7-3 on Sunday at Taylor Stadium, sweeping the Cowboys, who entered the three-game series with the third-best record in the Big 12 Conference.
Barry Bonds versus Roger Clemens.
The matchup represents one of the most intriguing faceoffs in baseball history; arguably the game’s greatest slugger against one of its toughest pitchers.
An opportunity like this comes around once every 32 years.
The Missouri basketball teams will compete in the new Paige Sports Arena next season, and season ticket buyers have a chance to choose their seats for the first time since the Tigers began play at Hearnes Center in 1972.
Before Saturday, Kyle Johnson did not have an extra base hit for the Missouri baseball team.
That changed in the eighth inning.
Christian Cantwell is on top of the world.
Cantwell, a former Missouri athlete from Eldon, won the shot put competition at the Home Depot Invitational on Saturday with a 73-foot, 4-inch throw, the world’s leading mark this year, in Carson, Calif.
The Rock Bridge boys’ tennis team advanced to the Class 2 state semifinals after victories against Kickapoo and Glendale on Saturday in Springfield to earn a sectional title.
The Bruins (14-1) play Chaminade (11-6) at 9 a.m. Thursday for a berth in the state championship match. Rock Bridge reached the semis last season but lost to Rockhurst.
Sure there was a trophy involved, but it wasn’t what Hickman midfielder Mike Moesel wanted most.
Moesel, a senior, had his hopes set on a return trip to the state lacrosse playoffs, and a season-ending 13-7 win against Rock Bridge in the Golden Cross match at Rock Bridge on Friday left him unsatisfied.