THE MOMENTS THAT SHAPED THEM: Before the Cunninghams made Rock Bridge girls basketball a dynasty, Jill Nagel led the Bruins to their first state title in 2008 ... with the help of some elephants and a song lost in time.
Jonathan Jones, a three-star defensive end from McKinney, Texas, committed to the Tigers on Saturday. He chose MU over Texas, Baylor and Nebraska, among others.
The Pac-12 has become the second major conference to shift to a conference-only fall schedule amid growing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
San Francisco Giants star catcher Buster Posey has become the latest big-name player to skip this season because of concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
The Eagles are set to start out the season Sept. 10 against Lyon.
In a series titled ‘The Moments That Shaped Them,’ the Missourian tells the stories of local coaches and the memories of their formative games.
Additionally, more than 150 golfers from across Missouri will compete in the Missouri Junior Amateur Championship next week in Warrensburg.
To capitalize on a chance to get some of their recent draft picks with little or zero professional experience some non-traditional but individualized work, the Cardinals opted to enrich their second "Summer Camp" site with a handful of prospects.
Former swimmers express gratitude for Mr. Hamilton's 33-year high school coaching career at Hickman and Rock Bridge. Hamilton died last month.
Missouri announced that 10 people within the athletic department tested positive out of 377 tests.
Battle High School and Rock Bridge baseball played an exhibition game on Tuesday night. The game also served as a military appreciation night. Players and coaches laid a wreath during a break in the game and the two teams donated $1,840 to Central Mo. Honor Flight.
Tributes and patriotic music were present throughout the night as Rock Bridge and Battle honored those who served.
Columbia golfer Jess Meek is tied for third at the Missouri Women's Amateur golf championships after her second round at The Club at Old Kinderhook in Camdenton.
Chances are, Missouri's 3-point shooting record-holder will have the Kewpies working a little on her own specialty as the Tigers' legend returns to Columbia.