It’s never too late to start playing a new sport.
Paul Rubenstein, 54, played soccer for the first time in the second annual Rock Bridge High Boys’ Soccer Alumni Game on Saturday at Rock Bridge.
Two Washington Wild Things players took care of the Mid-Missouri Mavericks on Saturday.
The Mavericks lost 4-0 to the Wild Things at Falconi Field in Washington, Pa. Shortstop Jon Cahill and first baseman Josh Loggins accounted for three of Washington’s four hits and each scored two runs.
It came as no surprise when Missouri coach Gary Pinkel traded in his old tight ends for new, sleeker models.
Missouri tight ends combined for 19 catches, 182 yards and two touchdowns in 2002.
The chase for Rock Bridge quarterback Chase Patton is closer to an end.
Patton visited Missouri’s football practice Thursday and said he is looking forward to finishing the recruiting process.
Two Missouri swimmers are one step closer to the Olympics.
Senior Rebecca Wolfe and junior Matt North qualified for the U.S Olympic Trials at the U.S. Summer Nationals on Wednesday in College Park, Md.
Twenty-eight years without a win is a long drought.
Columbia golfer Hardeep Bhullar has played in the Kiwanis Columbia Championship Golf Tournament every year since it began in 1975 but has never won.
Only at a charity golf tournament can golfers improve their scores with a piece of string.
The 13th Annual Helping Little Hearts Charity and String Golf Tournament on Thursday at Lake of the Woods Golf Course had one big difference from other charity tournaments.
The Mid-Missouri Mavericks’ game against Kalamazoo in Kalamazoo, Mich., was suspended because of rain Thursday.
The game was tied at 4 in the top of the seventh inning when play was halted.
ST. LOUIS — The NCAA wants to talk to the ex-girlfriend of former Missouri guard Ricky Clemons, apparently about her allegations that Clemons received payments and clothing and was given the answers to a test while at a community college, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Wednesday.
The woman, Jessica Bunge, has said in depositions and interviews that someone within the basketball program routinely gave Clemons money; that coach Quin Snyder gave Clemons clothing; and that she saw Clemons copy the answers to a test at a Barton County, Kan., community college.
For the first time in Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel’s three years, his team might have the depth it needs to win.
Pinkel said he was pleased with his team’s energy at the first practice Wednesday on Faurot Field’s new FieldTurf.
Show-Me State Games athletes have been honored with medals at the games, but their recognition isn’t over.
The Aug. 11 issue of Sports Illustrated, which became available Wednesday, paid tribute to the games with half of a six-page section as part of SI’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Solid defense kept them close and a late offensive burst ecured the win for the Mid-Missouri Mavericks.
Mid-Missouri overcame a one-run deficit to beat the Richmond Roosters 4-1 on Tuesday at Taylor Stadium.
Brad Smith keeps telling people he’s not the only player on the team.
There are five guys who line up in front of Smith who are crucial to his, and the team’s, success.
Leslie Fischer said she was unhappy with her score in the first round of the 2003 Tiger Junior Golf Classic on Monday at Columbia Country Club.
After shooting a 104, Fischer said she knew what was wrong and she decided to fix it. When her father, tournament director Perry Fischer, went back to the course to field phone calls about tee times, Fischer went, too.
The grace period is gone for the Missouri football team’s incoming freshmen.
Players check in today, and starting Wednesday, the Tigers practice or scrimmage for 16 straight days.
Rock Bridge quarterback Chase Patton gets at least three or four recruiting letters a day, but there is one criterion they must meet for him to open them.
They have to be handwritten.
Mid-Missouri looked poised to start another win streak early Monday night, but was unable to contain the Richmond Roosters offense.
The Mavericks fell 5-0 to the Roosters at Taylor Stadium, losing for the second-straight night. Mid-Missouri (26-39) lost despite committing no errors.
For PGA professional Trevor Dodds, Monday’s Stan Utley Rainbow House Classic was worth a 30-hour trip.
Dodds, from St. Louis, was one of 13 professionals who participated in the event Monday at the Country Club of Missouri. He said he came back to St. Louis on Sunday from Namibia, Africa, where his parents live. Dodds won the 2001 BUY.COM Virginia Beach Open.
Gabe George is not from Columbia, but he plays as if he has a home-course advantage.
George, of Salisbury, won the Coca-Cola Jr. Championship last month in Columbia in the first year he participated in the event.
Mid-Missouri can’t win them all in its last at bat.
Washington starter Ben Ally shut down the Mavericks offense in the Wild Things’ 6-1 win against Mid-Missouri on Sunday night at Taylor Stadium. The Mavericks ended their season-high five-game winning streak.