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4 min ago | Missourian

Rock Bridge junior leads baseball team with 'mental game'

The only thing towering about Connor Brumfield's presence in center field is his shadow, cast on the grass by a springtime sun.

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4 hrs ago | Richmond Daily News

RHS girls second at Hoot Invitational

The Lady Spartan 4 x 800 relay team set the tone as they began Tuesday's Hoot Middleton Invitational by setting a new meet record.

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8 hrs ago | Missourian

For Missouri baseball, working the count a key strategy

The at-bat that best exemplifies what the Missouri baseball team's hitters do well came, oddly enough, in a 7-2 loss to Georgia on April 5. Robert Tyler, the Bulldogs' tall, hard-throwing freshman pitcher was buzzing through the Tigers' order.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Sedalia Democrat

S-C falls to Leea s Summit

The Smith-Cotton baseball team loaded the bases in the first, third, fourth, fifth and seventh innings but only turned one into a big inning in a 16-9 loss Thursday at Dey Field at Liberty Park.

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The Kansas City Star

Kansas Relays: Five things to watch in the high school ranks

Family members ask mourners who packed the funeral for shooting rampage victim Terri LaManno on Thursday to reject bitterness and anger while embracing forgiveness.

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Fulton Sun

Murphy stays unbeaten, T-Birds perfect in EMO

Senior starter Tanner Murphy remained unbeaten with his third win of the season and the North Calllaway Thunderbirds stayed perfect in the Eastern Missouri Conference with a 6-3 win over Montgomery County on Wednesday night.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Trenton Republican-Times

Middle School Teams Sweep Home Quad

Ta SPhoto/Seth Herrold Ainsley Tolson hits the sand in the triple jump at Tuesday's TMS Quad.

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The Kansas City Star

Shawnee Mission East tennis player Sneed picks Ohio State

One difficulty of hate-crime laws can be the high legal standards. Some call for proving not only that a murder had occurred, but at the same time that bias was the motivation.

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Joplin

Prep roundup: Joplin girls soccer defeats Parkview

The Joplin Eagles girls soccer team rolled to a 3-0 victory against Parkview on Tuesday night at the Joplin Athletic Complex.

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Sedalia Democrat

Cole Campa s Gudde pitches no-hitter

Mackenzie Gudde pitched a no-hitter Tuesday, leading the Cole Camp Lady Bluebirds to a 2-1 win over Santa Fe in a nonconference softball game at Alma.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Sedalia Democrat

Smith-Cotton rallies past Warrensburg

A five-run bottom of the sixth inning in which Smith-Cotton got no hits lifted S-C to an 11-8 win over Warrensburg in a West Central Conference baseball game Tuesday on Dey Field at Liberty Park.

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The Kansas City Star

816 North track: Kansas Relays preview

Liberty North's Andrew Madison will be one of the Northland area high school track and field atheletes competing this week in the Kansas Relays.

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The Kansas City Star

913 notebook: Elite bowlers honored on all-state, All-Sunflower League squads

Johnson County prosecutors on Tuesday filed two types of murder charges against a 73-year-old avowed racist and anti-Semite for the shootings deaths of three people outside Jewish facilities in Overland Park.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Sedalia Democrat

Lafayette wins S-C pool

The Lafayette Lancers beat Ozark 14-8 and Raymore-Peculiar 13-6 Saturday to win the Black Pool in the West Central Missouri Baseball Tournament at Liberty Park Stadium The Lancers, Smith-Cotton and Ray-Pec tied for first with 3-1 records, but Lafayette won the tiebreaker for total run differential for the tournament.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Missourian

Hickman girls' soccer struggles on offense, falls to Blue Springs South

The Hickman girls' soccer team lost to the Blue Springs South Jaguars 2-1 in a rematch of last year's district championship match.

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Sedalia Democrat

Lady Vikings repeat at Kaysinger champs

The fifth-seeded Lady Vikings knocked off both No. 1 seed Lincoln and No. 2 seed Green Ridge on Saturday to win their second straight Kaysinger Conference softball tournament at Centennial Park.

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Missourian

Battle, Rock Bridge track teams enjoy day

The sun was beginning to set on Audrey J. Walton Track, as Battle's Nash Sutherlin passed by Rock Bridge's Clayton Baumgartner for a .05-second Spartan victory in the 4x100-meter relay at the Missouri Relays.

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Missourian

Hickman baseball takes two

But on Friday in the Capital City Invitational at Legion Field, Hickman took down both Fatima and Eureka.

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Sedalia Democrat

Eight-run inning spurs S-C win

An eight-run, one-hit inning lifted Smith-Cotton to a 9-7 win over Lafayette in the first of two games at the West Central Missouri Baseball Tournament on Friday on Dey Field at Liberty Park.

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News Tribune

Baseball: Linn 9, Eugene 3

Blake Snyder allowed two hits in six innings as the Linn Wildcats claimed a 9-3 win against Eugene in the Iberia Tournament on Friday.

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