Cardinals, Royals could add some pieces for postseason
With two months remaining in the season, the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals are in prime positions to make it to the postseason. But they need to be armed and dangerous to finish off the competition and get the state partying like it’s 1985.
Sometimes you just have to be asked.
Matt Chinn knows he can’t do this alone.
Helias sophomore Kylie Frank’s favorite event is the 800-meter run. “I’m really bad at pacing myself and the 800 is a race where you just run as hard as you can and see if you can hang on,” Frank said.
But will continue to lead bass fishing program
Chip Malmstrom knows he is going to miss track and field. Maybe not today, but he will miss it.
News Tribune Sports Commentary
In a story posted Friday on ESPN.com, an email exchange about scheduling a softball game between Missouri and Missouri State escalated quickly from “let’s pick a date” to “your program is not very good.” Only the last part was a lot longer. And with some vividly descriptive words.
At Class 4 state track and field championships
Kaitlyn Shea had a goal in mind Friday afternoon heading into the girls 3,200-meter run in the Class 4 state track and field championships.
Freshman adds track victory to cross country win
Strategy played a big role Friday afternoon for Brianna Haller.
The timing is right. Now it comes down to the times.
Tanner Elder entered the final hole of the Class 2 state golf championships not quite knowing where he stood in the individual standings.