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  1. Blair Oaks goes 2-1 in wrestling dualsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News Tribune

    Even in its 15th year since starting a wrestling program, the Blair Oaks Falcons did something Thursday night they had not done before. The Falcons hosted their first quad-dual, competing against Tri-County Conference opponents Hallsville, Southern Boone and Versailles.

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  2. Gould, Craighead set to enter Fulton Wall of FameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 8 | Fulton Sun

    Bob Gould and Gabe Craighead will be inducted into the Fulton Wall of Fame during a ceremony Friday night at the Fulton Hornets' North Central Missouri Conference basketball matchup against Marshall. Gould and Craighead will be honored - along with Brenda Hawkins for her service to the Wall of Fame - in Roger D. Davis Gymnasium after the junior varsity contest, which tips off at 6 p.m. The varsity game will follow the induction ceremony.

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  3. Tigers bounce back with big win over BreshearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 6 | Fayette Advertiser

    BY MIKE URSERY SPORTS EDITOR The Higbee Tigers returned home from the Northwestern Tournament and defeated the Breshear Tigers 75-42 on Dec. 5. The Tigers had four players score in double figures. Senior Wil Clark led the team with 22 points.

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  4. Prep Wrestling: Jays JV hosts tourneyRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 3 | News Tribune

    The winners for the Jays were DeShawn Thorpe at 120, Dawson Prenger at 132 pounds, Cameron Cooper at 138, Cole Bax at 145 and Jacob Bayless at 285. The second-place finishers for Jefferson City were Albert Naaman at 126, Jack Salmons at 132, Jon Werdehausen at 138 and Nate McKaye at 220.

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  5. Prep Wrestling: Helias at tourneyRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 3 | News Tribune

    Zach Carr finished 7-0 to highlight the performances for the Helias Crusaders at the Fox Duals that concluded Saturday. Going 3-4 were Aleksey Salas at 106, Evan Winder at 113 and Dustin Luebbert at 138.

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  6. Prep Wrestling: Falcons finish fourthRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 3 | News Tribune

    Blair Oaks had seven medalists and three wrestlers won individual titles. Two Falcons finished with 4-0 records - London Gaydos at 120 pounds and Dalton Bridges at 132.

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  7. Helias boys set to open basketball season against St. DominicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | News Tribune

    Landon Harrison of Helias goes up for a basket during last season's Class 3 third-place game against Sikeston at Mizzou Arena. The seven months during the offseason felt like a long time for the Helias Crusaders.

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  8. Lawson takes advantage of Lady Spartan strugglesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Richmond Daily News

    Things did not go as well for the Lady Spartans in their second home game of the new basketball season Monday night against Lawson. The Richmond girls struggled throughout most of the night in all phases as the Lady Spartans dropped to 1-1 after a 44-32 loss to the visiting Lady Cardinals.

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  9. Missouri has record-setting night in loss to NCCURead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | News Tribune

    As Kevin Puryear's layup in transition missed with 1:50 left in Missouri's game Monday, a fan in Mizzou Arena put his hands on his head, clenched his face and bent over in disgust while letting out a yell. It's hard to blame his frustration since he and the rest of the crowd of 4,123 people witnessed Missouri shoot 25 percent from the field, the worst its done at a home game in Mizzou Arena's 12-year history.

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  10. Mizzou swimmers take home Mizzou Invite title with help from Crestwood freshmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 23 | Oakville Call

    With help from Crestwood freshman Nick Alexander, the University of Missouri-Columbia men's swimming and diving team nabbed a team title at the Mizzou Invite last week. St. John Vianney graduate Alexander, an alum of the Flyers Aquatic Swim Team, posted some of Mizzou's all-time best scores in two events during the three-day meet against Drury, Wyoming and the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.

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  11. Latest Mid-America sportsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 22 | KCTV5

    Cornerback Aqib Talib and defensive end Derek Wolfe fully participated in the Denver Broncos' practice Monday following the team's much-needed bye week. Talib has missed the last two games with a bad lower back and Wolfe suffered a hairline fracture of his right elbow in a game against Oakland on Nov. 6. Also, rookie fullback Andy Janovich ditched the cast he'd been wearing since breaking his right hand against the Texans on Oct. 24. The only players who missed Monday's practice were wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, whose wife is in labor, and center Matt Paradis, who is dealing with a sore hip and has been held out of practice for much of this month.

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  12. Takeaways: Chadwick, backstrokers highlight strong showing for MissouriRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 19 | The Maneater

    Missouri capped off its first-place showing at the Mizzou Invitational this weekend by setting four school records on Saturday in Columbia. At last year's midseason invitational, Michael Chadwick was significantly more rested than he was for the Mizzou Invitational.

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  13. Mizzou snatched a moral victory from the jaws of defeat, falling to Xavier 83-82 in overtimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 18 | Rock M Nation

    Mizzou lost, but they looked way better than anyone expected them to. That's good for a moral victory, which is a nice baby step toward an actual victory.

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  14. Walker heading south to compete in Division I trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 17 | News Tribune

    Jacquelyn Walker hands the baton to Jefferson City teammate Niya Slaughter during the 4x100-meter relay in the Capital City Invitational earlier this year at Adkins Stadium. Back in May, she won four medals at the Class 5 state track and field championships to help the Lady Jays finish third as a team.

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  15. Takeways: Sansoucie highlights record-breaking day for swimming and divingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 17 | The Maneater

    Sansoucie posted a time of 44.86 in the 100-yard butterfly, the fastest time in the country this year. Missouri swimming and diving had no trouble on night one of the Mizzou Invitational, scoring 1,009 team points and winning 11 events.

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  16. Weirich, Wood to play Division I baseballRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 15 | News Tribune

    Jays pitcher Jacob Weirich delivers to the plate during last season's Class 5 semifinal game against Lindbergh at CarShield Field in O'Fallon. Weirich signed to play at Southern Mississippi.

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  17. Middle School Wrestles In ChillicotheRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 15 | Trenton Republican-Times

    The Trenton Middle School wrestling team was in action on Monday night traveling to the Chillicothe Quad, where the Bulldogs were joined by the host Hornets as well as Maryville and Kirksville. As a team, Trenton ran a record of 9-20.

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  18. TMS Wrestles At HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 11 | Trenton Republican-Times

    T Photo/Wendell Lenhart Brice Gibler controls his opponent during the Trentona SMiddle School wrestling team's quad with Kirksville, Gallatin and Cameron on Thursday night in Trenton. Gibler was 1-2 in matches for the Bulldogs.

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  19. Blair Oaks hosts McCluer South-Berkeley in battle of unbeatensRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 11 | News Tribune

    The Blair Oaks Falcons are familiar with tonight's setup, trying to make their third state semifinal appearance in four years. The McCluer South-Berkeley Bulldogs are relatively new to the scene, looking to reach the state semifinals for the first time since 1988.

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  20. SFCC baseball verbals Jones, Bies sign letter of intentRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2016 | Sedalia Democrat

    TJ Bies and Gavin Jones, front and center, respectively, pose for a photo with State Fair Athletics staff and Roadrunners head coach Jud Kindle after signing letters of intent to play baseball for State Fair Community College in 2017-18. TJ Bies and Gavin Jones, front and center, respectively, pose for a photo with State Fair Athletics staff and Roadrunners head coach Jud Kindle after signing letters of intent to play baseball for State Fair Community College in 2017-18.

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