The MAAA softball conference celebrated a milestone last week with two member programs reaching the state finals in their respective enrollment classes for the first time.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – As her team struggled to duplicate its collective recent success, Kale Clements affirmed her status among the most explosive Missouri high school runners with an even brighter future likely.
PLYMOUTH, Ind. – Wil Claywell capped two solid seasons leading the Mineral Area golf team by landing near the middle of the pack at the NJCAA Division II national tournament on Friday.
PORTAGEVILLE, Mo – West County chipped away at a sizable deficit before ending its baseball season in the Class 3 state quarterfinals on Thursday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – West County head softball coach C.J. Wright had the unique opportunity to share two state final four appearances with sister and standout player Rikki Lyn in 2015 and 2016.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The championship pedigree of Valle Catholic athletics has expanded by one more sport and untold priceless memories.
LEADWOOD – Although Trey Wright and Caden Merrill graduated two weekends ago, they are delighted to still have unfinished business with the West County baseball team.
KENNETT, Mo. – The Potosi baseball lineup was unable to solve Kennett junior pitcher Ashton Williams in a season-ending defeat on Tuesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Gracie Wright has circumvented plenty of sticky situations as a pitcher to ultimately win during a sensational varsity softball career.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Abree Zipprich never realized how close she was to achieving personal glory while carving through the opposing lineup.
IMPERIAL, Mo. – Amid the audible chirping between members of the North County and Festus baseball teams, the pitching excellence of Tigers lefty Ian Brown had the most silencing effect.
Farmington High School senior Landon Johnson recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball and continue his education at Metropolitan Community College, located in Kansas City, Mo. Johnson was featured as a starting pitcher for the Knights this season. Also seated, from left, …
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Alivia Simily was able to smile at her supporters from a higher vantage point on the awards podium this year at the MSHSAA track and field championships.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The MSHSAA state boys tennis tournament concluded without a medalist among six local qualifiers on Friday evening.
PARK HILLS – Justin Carinci was a constant threat to reach base from the leadoff spot, and just as likely to make good things happen once he got aboard this season.
Former Central High School all-state basketball star Sophia Horton recently finalized her transfer to Missouri Baptist University with three years of remaining eligibility. Horton appeared in 21 games last winter for NCAA Division I program Lindenwood, scoring a season-high 13 points in a lo…
Former North County High School all-state soccer standout Ella Gant recently signed a National Letter of Intent with NCAA Division II program Missouri Western University after completing two seasons at Mineral Area College. Gant totaled 10 goals and four assists during an all-conference and …
LEADWOOD – One year after suffering a crushing defeat, and two years removed from the tragic loss of a beloved teammate, this victory tasted extra sweet for West County.
The Shed Vapes has done it again. For the third year in a row, the business earned Best Parkland Vape Shop. The business also earned another award: Best Specialty Shop-Farmington.
Customized support to help each resident live life to the fullest. This is only one reason why Cedarhurst of Farmington won Best Assisted Living Community in the 2023 Best of the Parkland contest.
Busenbark Flooring and Granite has once again earned the top award for Best Flooring Store in the Best of the Parkland.
Parkland Monument, located at 5425 Highway 32 in Farmington, won the Best of the Parkland award for Best Monument Company for the third year in a row.
SEDALIA, Mo. – North County sophomore Ruger Govero captured his first all-state medal at the MSHSAA Class 4 golf championships on Tuesday.
IMPERIAL, Mo. – Jobe Smith unleashed two clutch strikeouts to extend his high school baseball career as North County prevailed in its postseason opener of Wednesday night.
Potosi High School graduate Kaydence Gibson recently signed to join the track and field program while continuing her education at Mineral Area College. Gibson was a Class 3 state qualifier in the pole vault and 4x800 meter relay last spring, helped the Potosi cross country team place third a…
STE. GENEVIEVE – Both head coaches in the Class 4, District 2 championship baseball game were faced with crucial decisions involving their respective pitching staffs.
MALDEN, Mo. – With the potential for long and loud hits sprinkled all over the lineup, the West County softball offense appears locked in at the perfect time.
RISCO, Mo. – Abree Zipprich waited a full year for another chance to pitch Valle Catholic into the Class 1 softball final four after narrowly falling short.
LEADWOOD – Sophomore outfielder Ty Harlow provided an extra-base hit during two separate five-run rallies as the West County baseball team extended its season on Tuesday.
TOWN & COUNTRY, Mo. – A turnaround season for the Valley baseball team has been filled with dramatic and unpredictable moments in close games.