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Driftwood Outdoors: Louisiana redfish trip can ruin anglers

Published Oct. 15 2017

Venice, La., is a fishing destination like few others.

Looking to get even, Chiefs host Steelers

Published Oct. 15 2017

Alex Smith lived through last year's playoff loss to Pittsburgh, then relived it countless times on video, trying in vain...

Missouri S&T tops Lincoln

Published Oct. 15 2017

The first four minutes were a gut check for the Lincoln Blue Tigers.

Press Box: Turn off political talk during the game

Published Oct. 15 2017

One is the loneliest number, but it's also the most peaceful. I've found the best way to watch football is...

Rockhust's rushing attack prevails in win against Jays

Published Oct. 15 2017

Entering Friday night's game against No. 10 Rockhurst, the Jefferson City Jays knew they had to stop running back Brady...

Porter Jr. knows what MU-KU rivarly means

Published Oct. 15 2017

Michael Porter Jr. remembers sitting at the top of section 209 in Mizzou Arena and watching the Tigers play after...

Dowden, Conley medal in state tennis

Published Oct. 15 2017

The Helias tennis pairing of Abby Dowden and Catherine Conley medalled at the Class 1 state championships for the second...

Cross Country: Helias, Jefferson City at Borgia Invitational

Published Oct. 15 2017

Jack Crull and Jenson Starr paced the field Saturday in the Borgia Invitational to lead the Helias Crusaders to a...

Boys Soccer: Quincy 2, Jefferson City 0

Published Oct. 15 2017

Quincy scored two first-half goals Saturday to defeat the Jefferson City Jays 2-0 at the 179 Soccer Park.

M.S. Football: Thomas Jefferson wins

Published Oct. 15 2017

Jefferson City's Thomas Jefferson Patriots finished their season Thursday with a 46-8 win against West.

Hair, Blair Oaks roll past Warsaw

Published Oct. 15 2017

Blair Oaks quarterback Nolan Hair had a career night against the Warsaw Wildcats.

Mistakes plague Helias in loss to DeSmet

Published Oct. 15 2017

More often than not Friday night, the Helias Crusaders were their own worst enemy.

NFL Roundup: Record-setting win for Brady

Published Oct. 15 2017

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Tom Brady set the NFL record for regular-season victories by a quarterback, getting his 187th as...

Falcons clinch third straight undefeated regular season

Published Oct. 14 2017

WARSAW — It was the perfect finish to a perfect regular season.

Jefferson City ends regular season with 30-12 loss to Rockhurst

Published Oct. 14 2017

Jefferson City found itself in the opposite situation it was a season ago against Rockhurst.

Crusaders fall 38-31 to DeSmet, finish fourth in district

Published Oct. 14 2017

ST. LOUIS — The DeSmet Spartans were two yards from their first win of the season.

Dowden and Conley still alive at state

Published Oct. 14 2017

SPRINGFIELD — Helias' Abby Dowden and Catherine Conley won two of three matches Friday in the Class 1 doubles tournament...

Lady Jays tennis duo goes 0-2 at state tourney

Published Oct. 14 2017

SPRINGFIELD — Erica Dunn and Bailey Higgins were unable to get a win Friday in a tough Class 2 state...

Hall returning home to face No. 4 Georgia

Published Oct. 14 2017

Terez Hall's phone was ringing almost non-stop the night before national signing day.

Henke steps down after three seasons with Blair Oaks baseball

Published Oct. 14 2017

WARDSVILLE — The Blair Oaks Falcon baseball team will have a new head coach for the 2018 season.

Lincoln hoping to clean up its game today vs. Missouri S&T

Published Oct. 14 2017

Lincoln coach Steven Smith is getting a little tired of repeating himself.

Keuchel strikes out 10, Astros win ALCS opener 2-1

Published Oct. 14 2017

HOUSTON — Dallas Keuchel dominated the Yankees again, striking out 10 in seven scoreless innings to lead the Houston Astros...

UNC set to move past academic probe, not celebrating ruling

Published Oct. 14 2017

North Carolina can move forward, closing one of the most embarrassing chapters in the school's history now the long-running NCAA...