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7 hrs ago | Springfield News-Leader
Walk into Crane High School's dusty little gym, and there's nothing that screams big-time girls basketball program.
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COLUMBIA This week, Missourian photographers captured images of a recreated piano duel, an upset loss for Rock Bridge High School boys basketball and more.
A strong defensive stand in the final seconds helped the No. 8 Jennies defeat Fort Hays State 71-69 Saturday in the MIAA Tournament semifinals at the Municipal Auditorium.
Back in January, when Blayne Armstrong was still coming back from a knee injury, his Marshfield Blue Jays faced the Hillcrest Hornets -- and lost, 69-61.
The top-ranked Sacred Heart Gremlins advanced to the Class 2 boys basketball state semifinals for the first time Saturday, beating third-ranked West Platte 64-61 at the Independence Events Center.
Rock Bridge guard Sophie Cunningham deflects a pass with her foot during the game against Hickman at Rock Bridge on Saturday.
Fr. Tolton shooting guard Michael Porter reaches for a rebound during the game against Canton at Fitzsimmons-John Arena in Moberly on Saturday.
Hermann qualified for the girls' Class 3 state basketball tournament Saturday night, defeating Palmyra, 53-39, in the state quarterfinals at Moberly Area Community College.
After becoming international sensations, Kush and fifth-grader Sophia Hoffman met again Saturday for a chance to go to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Just a quick memo to all Ozarks basketball fans -- make a note when the 2014-2015 high school basketball schedules are made public.
Latasha Wilson, 19, of Warrensburg, was charged with abandonment of a corpse. Zakary Carter, 20, also of Warrensburg, was charged with tampering with physical evidence.
In the end, Ben Vinyard and the Rogersville Wildcats were breathing a sigh of relief.
The play wasn't designed to go to Tyson Batiste, but he won't be apologizing for taking the shot.
Nixa finally has all its pieces, and the Eagles put them together Thursday. Jacob Ruder scored 26 points and Nixa shot a staggering 68 percent from the field while drilling Ozark 82-49 in the Class 5 District 11 semifinal at Ozark High School.
Most of the accolades found their way to others. Chris Kendrix made sure of it. After all, there was Willard's Levi McGinnis with a fourth-quarter steal and layup to break a tie -- and drama-filled -- game.