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The Fr. Tolton Catholic High School football team lost 20-13 to Tipton on Friday night.
Six players from Columbia's winning golf team will return to defend the cup this weekend at the Jefferson City Country Club.
Taylor Hagenhoff, a freshman on the Columbia College women's soccer team, has started every game as defender for the Cougars this season and has become one of the team's defensive stalwarts along the way.
The Christian Fellowship School boys soccer team won 5-1 at North County Christian School on Friday night.
The Columbia College women's soccer team won 8-0, and the men's team tied 1-1 at Harris-Stowe State University on Friday afternoon.
Gerald Brouder will be inducted into the Columbia College Athletic Hall of Fame. Brouder added six sports to the school during his time at Columbia.
All five of the Columbia College women's golfers finished in the top 10 +as the Cougars captured the title at the Baker University Fall Invitational on Monday.
The Columbia College men's soccer team won 6-0.
Columbia College women win; men place third at Bake University Fall Invitational.
The Stephens College women's soccer team lost 15-0 to Iowa Wesleyan College on Monday night.
The Stars suffered a 16-1 loss to drop to 0-5 on the season.
Stephens junior midfielder Kenzie Andrade has taken an immediate leadership role after transferring from Maple Woods Community College this year.
Stephens College goalkeeper Briannica Ponder has chronic Lyme disease, a condition she has been receiving on-and-off treatment for six years.
Junior forward Marko Paunovic netted a hat trick in 4-0 victory over the Blue Jays.
The Stephens College soccer team scored its first goal since the program restarted last season.
Both the men's and women's soccer teams at Columbia College faced defeat Tuesday at Missouri Valley College.
Stephens volleyball won the first set, but Columbia won the match 23-25, 25-23, 25-16, 25-17.
Team Monsanto Mavericks rode in Bike MS for their captain Shelly Ludwig Lovell, who has multiple sclerosis. In total, 2,700 people registered to ride and raise money for MS research.
Stephens College and other community groups raced in Sunday's John Anderson College Avenue Mile.
The men's team beat the St. Louis Crusaders 74-0 on Saturday.