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Jones, Bradley hold off Missouri St. for 61-59 win

Warren Jones scored 16 points, including a late 3-pointer, and Bradley withstood a second-half rally by Missouri State for a 61-59 win on Saturday night.

Cold-shooting Blue Tigers lose to Southwest Baptist

A cold-shooting first half Saturday doomed the Lincoln men as they dropped a 69-50 decision to the Southwest Baptist Bearcats in Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association action at Jason Gym.

Williams leads Lincoln women past Southwest Baptist

The Lincoln Blue Tigers staved off a charge Saturday afternoon by the Southwest Baptist Bearcats to take a 70-61 victory in women’s Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association action at Jason Gym.

Saturday's Top 25 College Men's Basketball Capsules

Games played on Jan. 24, 2015

COLLEGE MEN'S BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Devin Booker scored 18 points, Aaron Harrison added 13 and No. 1 Kentucky matched its best start under coach John Calipari with a 58-43 victory over South Carolina on Saturday.

DeWitt among those hoping to keep football in St. Louis

Add one big-name supporter to the list of those who want to keep pro football in St. Louis: Baseball Cardinals owner Bill DeWitt Jr.

Saturday's Top 25 College Women's Basketball Capsules

Games played on Jan. 24, 2015

COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Alexis Prince scored 18 points and was big in two key runs to help No. 3 Baylor win its 17th consecutive game, 68-46 over Kansas State on Saturday.

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Arkansas survives 61-60 as Missouri late free throws miss

After his team edged Missouri 61-60 on Saturday, Arkansas coach Mike Anderson described the win as "fortunate." The Razorbacks could only watch as Missouri sophomore guard Wes Clark shot two free throws with 3.3 seconds remaining, down by a single point. Both attempts bounced off the rim and missed, leaving Arkansas elated and Missouri stunned.

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Helias volleyball team receives national award

During Tour of Champions

It was an honor befitting an undefeated state champion.

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Helias boys rout Fulton

To snap short losing streak

Having lost back-to-back games for the first time this season, the Helias boys basketball team was itching to get back on the court Friday night. Unfortunately for the Fulton Hornets, they were the ones standing in the Crusaders’ way.

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Helias girls battle past Fulton

On Friday night

The Fulton Lady Hornets just wouldn’t go away until the Helias Lady Crusaders finally found a way to put them away.

Lady Jays follow the plan

In win against Carthage

Jefferson City girls basketball coach Kristie Douglas-Wiley’s plan for Friday’s game was simple: “Pump that ball inside.” After struggling to keep a cushion for three quarters, the Lady Jays did just that in the fourth. Six-foot-1 center Alexis Roberson scored nine of her 17 points in the final period, and Jefferson City pulled away for a 51-41 defeat of Carthage at Fleming Fieldhouse.

Boys Basketball: Balanced attack for Russellville

In win against Prairie Home

RUSSELLVILLE — The Russellville Indians put three players in double figures and captured a 64-52 win against Prairie Home on Friday.

Boys Basketball: Vienna tops Dixon

At Iberia Tournament

IBERIA — The Vienna Eagles claimed a 75-56 decision Friday night against the Dixon Bulldogs in the fifth-place game of the Iberia Tournament.

Boys Basketball: Sacred Heart upends Tipton

On Friday night

TIPTON — The Sedalia Sacred Heart Gremlins spoiled Courtwarming on Friday night for Tipton, posting a 62-44 victory against the Cardinals.

Boys Basketball: Linn tops New Bloomfield

To even record at 8-8

LINN — The Linn Wildcats celebrated Homecoming with a 66-56 win against New Bloomfield on Friday.

Boys Basketball: Eugene improves to 15-2

With win against School of the Osage

KAISER — The Eugene Eagles improved to 15-2 on the season by routing School of the Osage 74-44 on Friday night.

Boys Basketball: Fatima downs Harrisburg

In 76-62 victory

Behind 29 points from Nolan Huot, the Comets defeated Harrisburg 76-62 on Friday.

Boys Basketball: California remains unbeaten

With win against Versailles

VERSAILLES — With four players scoring 11 or more, No. 7 California rolled to a 66-32 defeat of Versailles on Friday.

Boys Basketball: Licking downs Blair Oaks

In St. James Tournament

ST. JAMES — The Blair Oaks Falcons dropped a 73-50 decision Friday to Licking in the semifinals of the St. James Tournament.

Girls Basketball: Calvary 63, Malta Bend 25

The Calvary Lutheran girls basketball team had four players reach double-digits en route to a 63-25 defeat of Malta Bend on Friday.