Brent Foster


News Tribune sports reporter

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Girls Basketball: Benton takes Invitational title over Hickman

The third time turned out to be the charm for the Benton Lady Cardinals. Benton outscored Hickman 19-9 in the fourth quarter to move to 10-0.

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Nichols, White lead Hickman in win against Lady Crusaders

Helias knew who it needed to key on coming into Tuesday’s game against Hickman.

Big moves on the way for Lincoln University, sports writer

Sports Commentary

When Lincoln University decided it wanted back in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association in 2010, there were a lot of questions that needed to be answered. But in just their third year back, the Blue Tigers are already out the door in football.

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Missouri travels to No. 7 Georgia

COLUMBIA — Missouri certainly had several statement victories during its last decade in the Big 12.

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Jays handle Gateway Tech on Homecoming night, 55-22

The only thing that slowed down Jefferson City on Friday was Gateway Tech’s late arrival. And it only slowed the inevitable. Elijah PIttman ran for three first-quarter touchdowns as Jefferson City celebrated Homecoming with a 55-22 victory against Gateway Tech at Adkins Stadium.

Jays look to continue to improve vs. Gateway Tech (with PODCAST)

Jefferson City turned back the clock in Friday’s 40-33 win against Hickman. But that doesn’t mean the Jays are about to change what has been successful this season.

Lady Jays get revenge against Kickapoo

The Lady Jays weren’t about to let history repeat itself. After getting swept by Kickapoo less than two weeks ago at the Blue Springs Tournament, Jefferson City returned the favor, defeating Kickapoo 25-20, 25-23 on Tuesday night at Fleming Fieldhouse.

Georgia’s offensive line has Missouri’s attention

Missouri’s defensive line has developed a monopoly when it comes to Southeastern Conference awards recently. But the mountains are about to get tougher.

Jays rally to top Hickman, 40-33

After failing to come up with big plays in two previous losses to Hickman, Jefferson City more than flipped the script Friday night. Trailing 33-32 with just more than a minute left, Rayshawn Williams scored on a 60-yard run to lift Jefferson City to a 40-33 come-from-behind victory in Columbia.

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Missouri travels to Vanderbilt looking for revenge (with PODCAST)

Missouri players have a lot of memories from last season’s game against Vanderbilt. And most of them aren’t pleasant. When the Tigers open Southeastern Conference play today in Nashville against the Commodores (6:30 p.m. KQFX-TV), Missouri will be looking to enact a little revenge from last years’ disappointing loss that prolonged the Tigers tough start to the season.

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