During the spring 2008 semester, the Missouri softball team combined for a 3.37 grade-point average, marking the highest team GPA for the softball team since the start of the program in 1975.
Even though diabetes makes it difficult for her to dance at times, Eureka High School senior Danielle Scheetz refuses to give up her craft.
Kaleb Baurichter, a 15-year-old bull rider, was injured at the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals last weekend but came back to compete the next night.
Cowboys and cowgirls from across the state will compete at the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals this weekend.
Douglass senior Landon Boone signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play basketball for Moberly Community College.
Rock Bridge senior Lauren Borduin captured her fourth and fifth state track titles last month in the 800- and 1600-meter runs. She is set to run for Georgetown next season.
Webb City advanced to the Class 3 state title game with a 14-3 victory over Boonville in five innings.
After coaching for 16 seasons, Tim Edwards finally got the chance to return to his hometown of Boonville as the high school baseball coach, leading the school to its first final four.
Rock Bridge won the state boys doubles title on Saturday, after winning the team title on Thursday.
The Kewpies were knocked out in the state sectional round by Wentzville-Holt and MLB pitching prospect Tim Melville.
No. 3 seed Rock Bridge lost 19-7 to No. 6 seed Jefferson City in a run-rule shortened six-innings in the first round of Class 4, District 10 baseball tournament Monday in Jefferson City.
The Rock Bridge tennis team advanced one singles player and two doubles teams to the state tournament
Hickman’s Alex Turner cut his hair into a Mohawk to help inspire the Kewpies tennis team for its district tournament.
Hickman baseball coach Dave Wilson will be leaving Columbia and moving to north Kansas City after the season in order to be closer to his family.
Rock Bridge junior Rachel Rutter plays a physical style of soccer and it’s paying off, leading the streaking Bruins into the playoffs.
After winning a strong first set 6-2, Hickman’s top singles player, senior Brandon Paige, lost the next two sets, 2-6 and 1-6, to Jefferson City’s Andrew Scheperle.
Rain cut the Class 2, District 5 tournament short for the day, but Rock Bridge coach Ben Loeb says his team has mathematically won the title.