Seven children from the Blue Thunder Track Club of Columbia qualified to compete in the National Junior Olympics this month in Ypsilanti, Mich.
In June, Carly won a World Champion and Ally won a silver medal at the Taekwondo World Championship in Little Rock, Ark.
Six-year-old Jill Zulovich defied all odds to overcome cancer and will play in a tee-ball game at the White House.
Tyler Kolb, a 14-year-old Columbia golf player, qualified for the Callaway Junior World Championship on July 13-17 at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego.
Cowboys and cowgirls from across the state will compete at the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals this weekend.
Mikayla Logan has only raced for a year, but in that time she's made it to a national competition.
Christian Head,13, and Ashley Shelton, 14, have passed on playing other sports to focus on becoming top-flight divers.
Eighth-grader Christian Ackmann won the Columbia Regional Spelling Bee by correctly spelling the word "cybernetics."
The Hickman and Rock Bridge girls swimmers competed against five schools from around Missouri at Saturday's meet.
Emma Trent is an up-and-coming competitor in the world of roller figure skating. She recently had a chance to learn from a world-class skater who is about to compete in Australia.
The first phase of the complex includes the construction of two baseball fields, one 400 feet deep and the other 300 feet; an irrigation lake; and a 140-space gravel parking lot.
COLUMBIA - Laura Knoesel couldn’t hold back tears of joy as her son slid into home. Jack Knoesel, who just turned 11 this week and was starting for the first time in state tournament play, hit an inside-the-park home run, giving his team a 4-0 lead in the state championship game.
As a coach, parent, president of the CYBA and leader in the drive to build a new recreation complex, Wendell Coonce is working to inspire youth throughout Columbia.
Around 120-150 athletes ages 5 through 14 will test their endurance Saturday in the Youth Lions Triathlon at Wilson’s Beach Club in Columbia.
Kelly Murray sat in the right field bleachers watching her 11-year-old son, Mason, pitch at Busch Stadium.
The next thing she knew, he was holding his trophy on the stadium JumboTron and beaming. Moments later, as she walked on to the concession stand, the moment simply became too much for her.
While Micah Wright would finish the last few weeks of his kindergarten year in a cast, something else was on his mind. He had a full summer of swimming ahead of him.