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The Columbia College Cougars went 3-1 in a pair of softball doubleheaders this weekend.
The Missouri State Bears swept a doubleheader with the Illinois State Redbirds on Saturday, giving head coach Holly Hesse career wins No. 699 and 700.
The Tuscumbia Lions dropped a pair of games Saturday in the Calvary Lutheran/New Bloomfield Tournament and finished in eight place.
The Blair Oaks boys finished second and the girls were third in the Maroon and Gold Invitational held Thursday.
Four area athletes posted top-eight results in the Mule Relays hosted by the University of Central Missouri on Friday.
The Lincoln women’s track and field team won a whopping eight events Saturday at the Dewey Allgood Invitational hosted by Missouri S&T, while the men’s team captured six titles.
Jefferson City swept the 56th Annual Capital City Relays on Saturday, finishing first in both the boys and girls competitions.
The Missouri River bridges at Jefferson City will get a routine spring cleaning Tuesday.
Calvary Lutheran won its pair of baseball games in the Calvary Lutheran/New Bloomfield Invitational, earning fifth place honors.
The Jefferson City Jays finished 1-1 on Friday in the Columbia Duals.
This week, 31 members of the Jefferson City Fire Department completed an 80-hour specialized Structural Collapse Rescue Training class conducted by the University of Missouri Fire Rescue Training Institute.
Congress has appropriated funds for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to extend its Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) for Phase 32.
Public hearing set for Monday in Jefferson City
The public is getting a second chance on Monday to weigh in on an effort to review Missouri’s educational standards at a public hearing in Jefferson City.
Five cars involved in collisions on U.S. 50
Four people were reported as injured in three crashes, including a five-car pileup on U.S. 50, on Friday evening in Jefferson City.
“I wanted to throw strikes, make them put it in play and let my defense make plays,” the Jefferson City Jays sophomore pitcher said of his strategy heading into the Friday night’s baseball bragging rights battle against the Helias Crusaders.
COLUMBIA — Blair Oaks split two games in the Columbia Tournament on Friday, falling 7-4 to Moberly and defeating Warrenton 4-0. The Falcons played both games at Rock Bridge.
OWENSVILLE — The Linn Wildcats sufferred their third loss of the season Friday, falling 13-6 to Owensville.
The Helias tennis team held off Father Tolton for a 6-3 victory Friday.
BELLE — The Calvary Lutheran track and field teams won two events while taking part in the Belle Relays on Thursday.
JOPLIN — The Lincoln baseball team wasted a tough effort by Trevor Schnieders on Friday, as the Blue Tigers dropped a 4-0 decision to Missouri Southern.
In Show-Me Conference
RUSSELLVILLE — The South Callaway Bulldogs and Fatima Lady Comets claimed team honors Wednesday in the Show-Me Conference Track and Field Championships.
ST. LOUIS — On a day when the ball was flying out of the part, the Maryville University softball team swept a doubleheader with Lincoln.
JOPLIN — The Lincoln baseball team managed just five hits in a total of 14 innings while falling 7-0 and 10-0 to Missouri Southern on Thursday.
A Jefferson City woman has been charged with stealing more than $10,000 while working as a manager at Lee’s Chicken on Missouri Boulevard.
A Jefferson City man was placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to charges in connection with package theft cases in Cole and Callaway counties.
A Russellville man has been placed on five years supervised probation in connection with a domestic assault case from last August.
HARTSBURG — Tanner Elder of Blair Oaks captured medalist honors Wednesday at the Eighth Annual Southern Boone Classic played at Eagle Knoll Golf Club.
COLUMBIA — The Jefferson City Jays freshman team split a doubleheader Wednesday with the Hickman freshmen and sophomores.
The Helias Crusaders defeated the Mexico Bulldogs 6-3 in a dual Wednesday at Washington Park.
SPRINGFIELD — The Jefferson City Jays won three of their four matches Wednesday in the rain-shortened Springfield Invitational.
From Oak Hill Academy
COLUMBIA — Terrence Phillips knows a little something about winning basketball games.
Beginning Thursday at 9 a.m., Missouri American Water Company, along with Stockman Construction will be conducting street repairs on Missouri Boulevard, near the intersection of West Main Street.
The Calvary Lutheran Lions defeated the St. Elizabeth Hornets 6-2 on Tuesday.
Fatima rapped out 11 hits and Josh Holtschneider threw a one-hit shutout as the Comets defeated Eugene 8-0 on Tuesday.
Russellville fell to Belle 7-5 for its fifth loss of the season Tuesday.
The Helias Crusaders dropped a 5-4 decision Monday to the Waynesville Tigers.
The Lincoln softball team managed just three hits while dropping both halves of a non-conference doubleheader with Illinois-Springfield on Tuesday at Lincoln Field.
Six Fulton residents were hurt in an accident between a school bus and another vehicle in Callaway County, Monday afternoon.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Western Conference produced six of the last eight Stanley Cup champions, and the NHL appeared to be tilted decidedly to the left again when this season began.
Lincoln senior Yanique Ellington was named the MIAA Women’s Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week on Monday, following a weekend in which she won two events to propel Lincoln to a Darrel Gourley Open win.
The Lincoln Blue Tigers finished 12th in the Triton Invitational that concluded Monday at Norwood Hills Country Club.
The Blair Oaks C team defeated Southern Boone in two games Monday, topping the Eagles 7-3 and 16-8.
The Helias Lady Crusaders evened their soccer record at 4-4-1 with a 2-0 win Monday against the Kirksville Lady Tigers.
Ben Brandt tossed a three-hitter Monday to lead the Linn Wildcats to a 10-0 win in five innings Monday against the Russellville Indians.
Gym-Zzouri Gymnastics recently hosted its Spring Show Me Days Recreational meet.
Erin Struemph got the win Sunday as Missouri State topped Loyola of Chicago 8-5 in Missouri Valley Conference action.
The Jefferson City Jays finished ninth and the Helias Crusaders were 12th on Monday at the Sedalia Smith-Cotton Classic at the Sedalia Country Club.
The Blair Oaks Falcons finished second Monday at the Father Tolton Invitational at Columbia Country Club.
The Jefferson City Jays improved to 7-0 on the season with a 9-0 blanking Monday of the Hickman Kewpies.
Mackenzie Lochhead scored six minutes into the first overtime period Monday to lead the Jefferson City Lady Jays to a 3-2 win against the Rock Bridge Bruins.