The Brooklyn Cats use their fast-paced style of play to honor their coach's hometown near St. Louis.
The Rock Bridge cheerleaders are set to compete in the Northeast Regional Cheerleading Competition on Wednesday at Moberly Area Community College.
Soccer players from three high schools in Boone County came together Saturday for the Show-Me State Games to prepare for high school tryouts.
The Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals give the Chasteen brothers a chance to compete against each other with friendly sibling rivalry, while still strengthening their brotherly bond.
Jeremy Kempker finished third in calf roping in Saturday's Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals. Kempker plans to pursue calf roping professionally instead of going to college.
Victoria Meyer of Moscow Mills says competing in high school rodeo has taught her to be persistant, which helped her in Thursday night's events at the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals.
Just as calf roping requires New Bloomfield's Justin Becker to keep track of a number of different factors at the same time, so does his lifestyle.
Cowgirls and cowboys competing in the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals don’t arrive at the Boone Country Fairgrounds until Thursday, but a group of select people have been working all week to see that everything runs smoothly when the first rider saddles up.
About 75 high school students from across the state will compete in the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals from Thursday through Sunday in Columbia.
Chuckie Jones finally received the call he's been dreaming of his entire life. The outfielder was selected by the San Francisco Giants Tuesday in the seventh round of the MLB draft.
The Bruins ended their postseason run, losing to Pattonville 2-1 Friday evening in the state semfinals.
The Bruins advance to the semifinal round, where they will face Pattonville Friday night.
David Johnson was announced Thursday as Hickman High School's new boys basketball coach. This will be Johnson's second time holding the position. He coached the team in the early 1990s.
While there may not be a specific bylaw about home-shooled athletes, the Missouri State High School Activities Association does have minimum eligibility requirements students must meet to play competitive sports. The academic standard requirement makes it impossible for an unconditional home-schooled athlete to become eligible.
Caleb Wilfong will be competing in three events for Rock Bridge at this weekend's state track and field championships. Wilfong is the second seed in the 1600-meter run after having the second best time in the state at sectionals last weekend.
A midseason addition from the junior varsity, sophomore Lexi Bumby has proved to be a major asset in the Rock Bridge girls soccer team's postseason run.