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Derrick Peterson and Natasha Kaiser-Brown faced elite international competition.
Caray was a 1961 graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and the son of famous sports announcer Harry Caray.
Edwards won his fourth race of the year after usng an "alternative" racing strategy when rain started on lap 127 of the 200-lap race.
Randall Olson, 60, traveled 6½ hours from Norfolk, Neb., to participate in the State Games of Mid-America. He competed in 10 events this weekend and placed first in most of them.
The same two teams have vied for the gold medal every summer lacrosse has been held at the Show-Me State Games.
Amanda Lee of Lincoln, Neb., traveled to Columbia to compete in the State Games of Mid-America.
The Show-Me State Games tournament allowed parents to teach their children about the game.
David Johnson, commissioner of the pee-wee basketball tournament for the Show-Me State Games, doesn’t just helps out at the games; he has a history of helping out his community through basketball.
Former MU shot putter Christian Cantwell says he is prepared for his first Olympics. He is part of an American group that is expected to sweep the medals in the event.
Demolition derby drivers put a lot of work into stripping down and modifying cars to get them derby-ready.
Those who tried the racewalking competition at Sunday’s Show-Me State Games 5K race said they found the event invigorating.
The Show-Me State Games table tennis tournament was held at the Helias High School gym Saturday.
On Saturday, the Show-Me State Paintball competition took place at Battle Creek Paintball in Kingdom City, Mo. Eight teams competed to win the tournament, the Mid-west Assassins being the youngest of all teams.
The event happened Saturday at Oakland Park.
Edward Ruehter, 73, has shot trap his whole life and has inspired his family to shoot, too.
The Country Club of Missouri has a new program that aims to get youths more serious about tennis.
A recreation room at the Lenoir Woods retirement community in Columbia functions as a virtual bowling alley once a week when residents gather to play the game on Nintendo Wii.
This weekend, 44 men and women competed in the Show-Me State Games’ muzzle loading shooting competition.
Tim and Austin Kuchta competed in the Show-Me State Games in the parent/child golf division.
Five-year-old Spencer Robarge and his family traveled from Springfield to compete in the bowling portion of the Show-Me State Games.