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The Cougars cruised over Benedictine University on the road Thursday night to remain undefeated in the American Midwest Conference.
Daniel Boone Little League offers the chance to play baseball and softball for children and teenagers.
Stephens sophomore guard Haley Kahrs led the team with 15 points.
Deandre Pennington's senior season – and high school career – was in jeopardy after a knee injury, but he has made a speedy recovery and plans to rejoin the Kewpies as they hit the season's home stretch.
The competition kicks off at 10 a.m., rain or shine. All proceeds benefit local food pantries.
Columbia remains undefeated at 9-0 on the season with the victory.
Dana Heggemann and Jessica McConnell were named to the all-tournament team at Alverno College's Tipoff tournament.
Hannibal-LaGrange men's soccer obtained an automatic bid to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics national tournament after defeating the Cougars.
At age 77, Norris Kruse is nowhere near ready to quit playing softball.
Despite the physical toll, many members of the Outlaws, a men's rugby team open to all ages, stay with the sport because of the camaraderie the players share.
In addition to leading the Cougars in scoring, Kelly Ross works with special education children and has dreams of becoming a teacher in the field.
Columbia College's men's team qualified for the NAIA National Championship meet with a win Friday. One cross country member from the Cougar women's team also qualified individually.
Darren Pang, the announcer for the Blues and a former NHL goaltender, has a son, Tyler, who is a senior on the Missouri team.
Eryn Puett won the girls 10 to 11 age group, and Joseph Lucke won the boys 14 to 15 age group. Both are now eligible to advance to team championships in December.
A hat trick from Kelly Ross and two goals apiece from Rylee Bruhn and Stephanie Hale help the Cougars improve to a 5-1 conference record.
A hat trick from junior midfielder Zachary Oppland helped the Cougars defeat the Harris-Stowe State Hornets 7-0 to move to 12-0-3 on the year.
The Senior Sunshine league bowls every Monday throughout the winter.
Missouri and Rock Bridge High football falters, while the Missouri soccer team looks to fight for first place in the SEC East next week.
Mid-Mo Rugby, nicknamed the Black Sheep, plays its season finale Saturday in Columbia.
Rock Bridge senior Shelby Wilson splits his time between varsity football, baseball and the amateur rodeo circuit.