The way the last week had been trending for Brianna Utecht, a win may have been inevitable.
Student-athletes and those concerned about whether virtual learning options may jeopardize the upcoming seasons can rest easy following a recent decision by the Missouri State High School Activities Association.
It’s been about a year now that I’ve been in the community. In some ways, it seems longer since our former sports editor took me around town and I had that first sight of the baseball field and some of the other facilities.
How good was Logan-Rogersville starting pitcher Tanner Peterson against Marshfield this summer? Good enough that Jays head coach William Pate wouldn’t be surprised to see him on the hill come the school year.
Over three dozen young girls recently picked up some wisdom over two days from four individuals who know arguably as much about winning at the high school basketball level as anyone around the state.
The 41st annual Marshfield Optimist Club Junior Golf Tournament was held Wednesday, July 22 at Whispering Oaks Golf Course. Seventy-three young golfers, ages 7-18, from southwest and south central Missouri participated.
The locker room in Sporting Kansas City’s locker room the November night its 2018 season ended in the MLS Western Conference Championship was somber. The team had conceded at home the decisive goal in the ninth minute of second-half stoppage time.
Athletic conferences for both Drury University and Missouri State University peeled back the curtain the past few days on plans for the upcoming year.
Coaches and administrators across the state received the clearest evidence from the Missouri State High School Activities Association on July 15 that fall sports are planned to go on as normal.
On Thursday night, Major League Baseball will roll out the red carpet for a doubleheader that will open its abbreviated season. Two of the starting pitchers going have won a combined six Cy Young Awards, and the other two have each finished as runners-up. The next day, the rest of the league…
The PGA Korn Ferry Tour and the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper announced Thursday that the 2020 event will be conducted without spectators in attendance due to increasing concerns and evolving dynamics surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Student-athletes at Marshfield High School kicked off the dust in the last month with another successful year of the Edge summer workout program.