Results are a funny thing — sometimes the exact same finish can mean two completely different things. That was the case for Russellville’s Jordan Barnhart during the Class 2 Missouri State High School Activities Track and Field Championships on Saturday.
Let the past be the past
I can’t believe I’m about to quote a hit song from the Disney musical “Frozen” — although it’s understandable how hard it is to avoid thanks to my 9-year-old daughter — but people just need to “Let It Go.”
In Class 2 girls long jump
You had to see this one coming — it ended the only way a Cinderella story could.
CAMDENTON — It was one of those prototypical “They won everywhere but on the scoreboard” games.
After falling behind Waynesville almost immediately Tuesday, the Helias baseball team did the best thing it could: It hit the reset button.
At 4 p.m., with just 30 minutes until game time, it appeared Calvary Lutheran wouldn’t be playing baseball Tuesday.
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What’s this ever-so-important category that was mentioned numerous times during the draft coverage on the ESPN family of channels? Why, it’s the “youthful indiscretions” entry on the resume.
The Vienna baseball team utilitzed a two-pronged attack Tuesday: The Eagles showed they could score runs with hardly any hits, and once they got the game in hand, they broke out the sticks for a big inning.
The situational scrimmage, which capped off the spring season for the Lincoln Blue Tigers, featured a number positives: The offense moved the ball well at times, the defense made some key stops, and the kicking game was impressive.
Frequently, the focus for college football teams at this time of year centers around the spring game. And while that was the case for the Lincoln Blue Tigers on Saturday, it’s just a drop in the bucket when it comes to the news surrounding the team.