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Lindsay Medlen scored 37 points Thursday night to lead the Crocker Lady Lions to a 67-38 victory against the St. Elizabeth Lady Hornets.
A big third quarter proved to be the difference Thursday night.
The Harrisburg Lady Bulldogs jumped out to a 28-14 lead Thursday and defeated the Russellville Lady Indians 56-37.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays dropped a 63-59 decision to Crane in the opening round of the Stephanie Phillips Classic at Kickapoo High School.
The Blair Oaks Falcons swept a seventh- and eighth-grade doubleheader Thursday from Eldon.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons swept a seventh- and eighth-grade doubleheader Thursday against the Eldon Lady Mustangs.
PECULIAR — The Jefferson City Jays dropped a 60-47 decision Thursday to the Blue Springs Wildcats in the semifinals of the Raymore-Peculiar Shootout.
An announcement Tuesday about state employees speaks volumes not only about their generosity, but their character.
The Missouri State Employee Charitable Campaign (MSECC) raised more than $1 million for the 11th consecutive year, bringing the 30-year total to more than $27 million.
A trio of Missouri Tigers received individual awards in voting by Southeastern Conference coaches released Wednesday.
Levi Anderson scored 21 points and recorded 10 rebounds as the Russellville Indians claimed a 61-44 win Tuesday night against the Jamestown Eagles.
The Helias Crusaders defeated Moberly 48-33 on Wednesday night in the loser’s bracket at the Mexico Tournament.
The Blair Oaks freshman basketball team jumped out to a 17-1 lead in the first quarter and held on to win 58-28 against Eldon on Wednesday. The game was a part of the School of the Osage Tournament.
The St. Stanislaus seventh-grade JV-A team defeated St. Peters-Fulton 38-35 on Tuesday.
The St. Stanislaus fifth-grade girls team claimed a 28-15 win Tuesday against St. Thomas.
In dual against Moberly
Lewis and Clark defeated Moberly 51-45 in a dual Tuesday.
The Tri-County Conference claimed three spots in the final state football rankings by the media released this morning.
Multipurpose building plans must avoid cross-purposes
Lincoln football players Morris Henderson and Davon Walls have both been selected to the Beyond Sports Network 2014 Division II All-Super Region 4 team that was announced Monday.
Former Lincoln wide receiver Maurice Woodard signed a contract Saturday to continue his professional career with the Billings Wolves, an expansion member of the Indoor Football League.
With big third quarter
CALIFORNIA — The California Pintos used a 10-point scoring edge in the third quarter Tuesday to down the Dixon Bulldogs 69-57.
With win against Ruskin
Paced by 26 points from O.G. Anunoby, the Jefferson City Jays topped Ruskin 64-47 on Tuesday in the first round of the Raymore-Peculiar Invitational.
On Tuesday night
NEWBURG — Behind Ryan Ward’s game-high 23 points, Newburg defeated St. Elizabeth on Tuesday, 66-52.
MOKANE — Troy Hentges scored 21 points and Logan Taylor scored 18 as the South Callaway Bulldogs defeated Montgomery County on Tuesday, 89-57.
Here are girls basketball results and the remaining schedule for the Centralia Tournament.
Here are boys basketball results and the remaining schedule for the Raymore-Peculiar Shootout.
Here are results and the remaining schedule for boys basketball at the Centralia Tournament.
Led by Mickayla Strother’s 21 points, Jamestown topped Linn on Tuesday, 69-47.
Paige Nolte single-handedly outscored Wellsville and surpassed 1,000 points for her career in a 48-21 Chamois win on Tuesday.
Following a three-win performance last week, Lincoln’s Yanique Ellington became the first winner of the indoor season of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association Women’s Track Athlete of the Week award.
At home Tuesday
TIPTON — Rebecca Thompson scored 20 points, but the Calvary Lutheran Lady Lions fell to Tipton on Tuesday, 86-28.
In 46-43 victory
BELLE — The Tipton Cardinals trailed until there were less than four minutes to play, but they finished strong to defeat Belle 46-43.
The Blair Oaks eighth-grade basketball team topped South Callaway on Tuesday, 53-19.
The Blair Oaks eighth-grade girls basketball team defeated South Callaway on Tuesday, 50-22.
Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center is back online after an electrical problem caused a turbine trip and a reactor trip that shut the plant down on Dec. 2.
A Jefferson City woman was injured in a one-car accident at 7:55 a.m. Tuesday on U.S. 63, south of Country Road 395 in Callaway County.
Just as a National Guard member is called a citizen soldier, so an enhanced museum is both a showcase of Missouri military history and an attraction for civilians.
The Fatima Comets defeated New Bloomfield by a score of 70-40 on Monday behind 17 points from Nolan Huot.
The Helias Lady Crusaders opened their season Monday with a 37-31 win against Lebanon.
The St. Stanislaus fifth-grade boys’ team claimed a 41-12 win Saturday against St. Martins.
Jefferson City topped Blair Oaks 48-29 in a freshman basketball matchup in the Osage Tournament on Monday.
Gym-Zzouri recently competed in the Winter Spectacular Gymnastics Meet.
Alysa Stack scored a game-high 21 points Monday to lead the Bourbon War Hawks to a 60-51 win against the Vienna Lady Eagles.
Jaden Barr scored 21 points to lead three California players in double figures as the Pintos claimed a 53-42 win Sunday night against Warrensburg in the Norm Stewart Classic.
The California Lady Pintos rallied from a 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter, but Tipton ultimately prevailed in a 70-69 overtime win Monday.
The Lewis and Clark seventh-grade team earned a 40-26 win Monday against Oakland in the first round of the West Middle School Tournament.
The Linn Wildcats tied Hermann and forced a defensive stop with 18 seconds to play, but the Bearcats responded with a steal and a basket to win 46-44 on Monday.
Blair Oaks senior Chelsi Emerson scored a game-high 23 points but it wasn’t enough as the Lady Falcons suffered a 55-49 loss Monday to Fulton.
The Helias Crusaders suffered a 65-40 loss to Battle on Monday in the first round of the Mexico Tournament.