KANSAS CITY — The season appears to be over for Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles. Might be for the Kansas City Chiefs, too.
CINCINNATI — Andy Dalton led the Bengals from a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit to a 27-24 overtime victory Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, keeping Cincinnati undefeated with the second-biggest comeback in its history.
SOCHI, Russia — Lewis Hamilton took a huge step toward retaining his Formula One title Sunday by winning the Russian Grand Prix as his main rival Nico Rosberg failed to finish.
CHICAGO — Wearing a sleeveless T-shirt with “WE ARE GOOD” in big block lettering across the front, Jake Arrieta looked at ease while he made himself a sandwich and mingled with the rest of his teammates Sunday morning.
HOUSTON — The Kansas City Royals were the darlings of last year’s postseason, making an unlikely run to the World Series. This year, another young, exciting team is on the brink of sending them home.
FESTUS — The Helias varsity volleyball team went 4-0-1 to capture the championship of the 32nd Annual Biehle Invitational Volleyball Tournament on Saturday at Festus High School.
The Helias Lady Crusaders saw their tennis season come to a close after going 1-1 in playoff action Saturday.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays will have a pair of individuals competing for honors in the Class 2 state golf tournament starting today.
Don’t be surprised if the top teams at the Class 1 girls state golf tournament look a lot like last year. The Helias Lady Crusaders were among that group in 2014, taking fourth. They are looking to climb the ladder this year as the tournament starts today at Twin Hills Country Club in Joplin.
INCHEON, South Korea — The final hour when both teams thought they had it won. The clutch putt that turned a rookie into the hero. The stubbed chip that made the local star cover his face with both hands as if he wanted to hide.
WAYNESVILLE — The Helias freshman team improved to 30-0 on the season after going undefeated and winning the Waynesville Ninth Grade Tournament on Saturday.
Blair Oaks pitcher Payton Staggs picked up where she left off Thursday, hit a rough patch in the fourth inning, but bounced back for 14 total strikeouts in clinching a 6-1 victory Saturday for the Class 2 District 9 title at the Falcon Athletic Complex.
Julie Harris’ inside-the-park home run accounted for the lone run Saturday afternoon as the Helias Lady Crusaders defeated the Bolivar Lady Liberators 1-0 for the Class 3 District 10 softball championship.
After a sluggish first half Saturday afternoon, it was time for a shakeup of the lineup for the Jefferson City Jays.
With the end of the regular season fast approaching, thoughts are starting to turn to the soccer postseason. So it seems only fitting the Southern Boone Eagles and Helias Crusaders put together a game Saturday that had a definite playoff feel to it.
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As I sit down to write this on a Friday afternoon, the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs are preparing to play one another in a playoff game for the first time in Major League Baseball history.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays beat Joplin in the sectionals before falling to Kickapoo in the quarterfinals of the team state tournament Saturday.
The Helias Lady Crusaders wrapped up their team season Saturday by going 1-1 in the state tennis playoffs.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons went 6-0 on Saturday to capture the title at the Versailles Tournament.
Jefferson City's Thomas Jefferson eighth-grade volleyball team took fourth in Saturday’s Capital City Invitational at Fleming Fieldhouse.