The Missouri Wheelchair Basketball Camp, which started Sunday and runs through Thursday at the MU Student Recreation Complex, helps players improve their skills while promoting independence and confidence.
After earning a bronze medal at the AAU Junior Olympics last year, 8-year-old Eryn Puett hopes to qualify for the national competition again this weekend.
As lacrosse's popularity grows in mid-Missouri, teams from Kansas City and St. Louis will travel to Columbia on Saturday to take part in Columbia's first youth lacrosse tournament.
Videos, coaching exams and other lessons are helping youth football coaches learn about preventing and recognizing concussions.
Parkside Skateshop owners Chris Bailey and Shane Stander are hosting the second Summer Shredfest tournament Saturday night at Cosmopolitan Park to give Columbia skateboarders a chance to show their talent.
The Daniel Boone Little League American All-Stars ended their season with a 15-2 loss to Minnesota in the Midwest Regional Tournament semifinals.
The Daniel Boone Little League American All-Stars defeated Nebraska 12-2 on Tuesday at the Midwest Regional Tournament in Indianapolis. The win gave the team the fourth seed heading into Thursday's semifinal.
The Daniel Boone Little League American All-Stars lost 7-1 to Iowa on Monday at the Midwest Regional Tournament in Indianapolis. The Columbia team can make the semifinals with a win on Tuesday.
The Daniel Boone Little League American All-Star suffered their first loss in nine games on Sunday at the Midwest Regional Tournament in Indianapolis.
The Daniel Boone Little League American All-Stars started the Midwest Regional Tournament off right Saturday with a dramatic come-from-behind win.
The Daniel Boone Little League American All-Stars are headed to a regional baseball tournament in Indianapolis, where they could play on national television and qualify for the Little League World Series.
The Daniel Boone Little League All-Stars competed in the Little League Softball Central Regional Softball Tournament in Carthage, Mo. They were the first team from Daniel Boone Little League to compete in the 11- to 12-year-old age division of the tournament.
Children from the Douglass Youth Baseball League got the chance to learn about some of the greatest players in baseball history at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City on Tuesday.
The Columbia Blaze have dominated summer baseball tournaments in the 13-and-under division, so they moved up an age division for the Show-Me State Games.
Douglass Youth Baseball promotes a fun, non-competitive environment for boys and girls ages 5-14. The league finished its 15th season this week.
Joseph Dye, who will start fourth grade at Midway Heights Elementary in the fall, sank a hole-in-one Saturday at Perche Creek Golf Club. He followed it with his first ever birdie.
Kent and Nathan Fandrich played in the parent/child golf tournament at the Show-Me State Games. The tournament meant a weekend of fun for the whole family.
In the three years the Columbia Greyhounds have played Show-Me State Games basketball, they haven't won a game. But that doesn't mean they're not enjoying the experience.
The Gators, a Columbia-based baseball team playing in the 9-and-under age division of the Show-Me State Games, won their first game Friday.