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With three players scoring 20 or more points, the South Callaway Bulldogs staved off Eugene in overtime 76-71 on Saturday.
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At 195 pounds
COLUMBIA — It was a rough Friday night for the Jefferson City Jays.
To wrestling championship matches
COLUMBIA — Three area schools will have one individual each shooting for a championship today at the state wrestling tournament.
The two Helias Crusaders were eliminated Friday from the Class 3 state wrestling championships with losses in the second round of wrestlebacks.
Lincoln will host Lindenwood for a basketball doubleheader today in the Blue Tigers’ final home games of the season. The women’s game has been pushed back to 3 p.m., and the men’s game has been moved to 5 p.m.
The Lincoln men’s basketball team will attempt to split the season series with Lindenwood, which defeated the Blue Tigers on Feb. 4, 83-71.
The Blair Oaks boys basketball team clinched a share of the Tri-County Conference championship with a 74-50 defeat of School of the Osage on Friday.
Bolstered by 17 points from Isaac Weider, the Vienna boys basketball team defeated Cuba on Thursday, 61-57.
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Here are the results and pairings for area competitors at the Missouri state wrestling tournament, which will be held through Saturday at Mizzou Arena in Columbia.
The weather has affected the baseball series between Lincoln and Lindenwood once again.
The Lincoln softball team decided it didn’t need to see what the weekend brings before cancelling their home-opening doubleheader.
The Westminster men’s basketball team fought back from a 17-point halftime deficit Wednesday but fell 86-80 to Fontbonne on Senior Night.
Jaden Barr pumped in 23 points to lead the California Pintos to a 66-61 win against Pilot Grove on Thursday night.
The Versailles Tigers got 53 points from Trey Woods and Michael Allen while snagging an 85-76 win against Tipton on Thursday.
The New Bloomfield Wildcats put four players in double figures while beating St. Elizabeth 82-54 on Thursday night.
The Fatima Comets outscored Linn 18-9 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 52-43 win Thursday night.
The Chamois Lady Pirates won a low-scoring affair Thursday night, slipping past Eugene 29-26.
California outscored Blair Oaks 37-24 during the final three quarters to rally for a 47-36 win Thursday night.
The Fatima Lady Comets captured the Show-Me Conference championship Thursday with an 84-25 defeat of Linn.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays closed out their regular season by ripping Battle 66-32 on Thursday night.
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About 253,969 Missouri consumers selected a health insurance plan or automatically re-enrolled in coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace during the second year of open enrollment, according to information released from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
The Lincoln women's basketball team turned the ball over 22 times en route to a 77-49 loss to Missouri Western on Wednesday.
The Lincoln men's basketball team lost Wednesday to Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association foe Missouri Western.
The Fatima Lady Comets trailed after one quarter but more than made up for it in the next three, defeating Russellville 62-28 on Wednesday.
The Linn Wildcats won their 12th game in 14 attempts Wednesday with a 45-42 defeat of Tuscumbia.
Three men have been charged in connection with the killing a Jefferson City man, Sunday.
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The Missouri men’s basketball team will compete with North Carolina, Northwestern and former Big 12 foe Kansas State in the 2015 CBE Hall of Fame Classic, the National Association of Basketball Coaches announced Tuesday. The tournament will be held Nov. 23-24 in the Sprint Center in Kansas City.
On Tuesday night
ST. ELIZABETH — Lexi Dickerson totaled 21 points Tuesday night to lead the Eugene Lady Eagles to a 57-48 victory against the St. Elizabeth Lady Hornets.
At the free-throw line
CALIFORNIA — School of the Osage scored all 18 of its fourth-quarter points at the free-throw line Tuesday night in a 58-53 victory against the California Lady Pintos.
FULTON — The Calvary Lutheran Lions put three players in double figures Tuesday night in a 58-41 win against Missouri School for the Deaf.
On Tuesday night
ST. ELIZABETH — Nolan Huot and Jared Schulte combined for 37 points Tuesday to lead the Fatima Comets to a 70-54 win against the St. Elizabeth Hornets.
Three Jefferson City men have been charged in federal court following a police chase Friday that resulted in the seizure of a large quantity of methamphetamine.
JCPS will again be running snow routes in Callaway County after school dismissal today and again tomorrow morning.
A column about depression among college freshmen and a recent news story about Missouri initiatives offer a reminder about the need to address mental health issues.
Monday snowstorm created minor trouble, but wasn’t a major event
Cole County Public Works Director Larry Benz said the weekend’s snow storm was “nothing out of the ordinary.”
Some of the top basketball teams in Central Missouri will be in action tonight.
The return of frigid temperatures and a recent series of fatal fires have prompted public safety officials to renew cautions about the use of space heaters.
The Mid-Missouri chapter of the American Heart Association made close to its $210,000 goal at Saturday’s annual Heart Ball.
The Lincoln baseball team managed just three hits against the nation’s ninth-ranked team in Division II and dropped an 8-4 decision to Southern Arkansas on Sunday.
The Missouri softball team wrapped up a 4-1 performance in the Dot Richardson Invitational with a 13-0 win against South Dakota State on Sunday.
The Westminster Blue Jays snagged their ninth straight win by downing Eureka College 79-62 on Saturday.
The Westminster men’s basketball team improved to 5-17 on the season with a 54-50 win against Eureka College on Saturday.
Lincoln’s Wesley Best won a pair of events and the Blue Tigers’ 4x400-meter relay team was also victorious Saturday at the Fred Wilt Invitational.
The Blair Oaks freshman boys basketball team notched a 62-54 win against Versailles on Friday.
The Blair Oaks JV team improved to 18-4 on the season with a 58-40 win against Versailles on Friday night.