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Earleywine wins 500th game in double header sweep

Report: Ehren Earleywine exchanges email jabs with Missouri State

Earleywine fires back after Missouri State coach Holly Hesse makes several personal accusations against Earleywine.

Rock Bridge upset by Kickapoo state champs eliminated

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Rock Bridge upset by Kickapoo, state champs eliminated

Rock Bridge baseball gets into a nail-biter with Kickapoo in a Class 4 quarterfinal match-up.

Blatter wins

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Blatter wins 5th term as FIFA president

Meet Sepp Blatter. Still the most powerful man in the world's most popular game, scandal be damned.

Michael Sam introduced by the Montreal Alouettes

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Michael Sam introduced by the Montreal Alouettes

Former Mizzou star Michael Sam is introduced on Tuesday in Montreal.

Sportscast Rock Bridge gets back to the quarterfinals

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Sportscast: Rock Bridge gets back to the quarterfinals

The reigning Class 5 state baseball champs reach the quarterfinals again after the Bruins beat Waynesville 10-2. Also, Hickman girls soccer falls short at home to Lee's Summit in the sectional round.

Sportscast Wildcats Bulldogs dominate in sectionals

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Sportscast: Wildcats, Bulldogs dominate in sectionals

New Bloomfield and New Franklin get sectional wins over Westran and Jamestown respectively to advance to the quarterfianls.

Sportscast Jamieson s future up in the air

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Sportscast: Jamieson's future up in the air

After Mizzou baseball misses out on the NCAA tournament, the focus switches to Tim Jamieson's uncertain future.

Tolton track takes state Kuse catches on with Rock Bridge

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Tolton track takes state, Kuse catches on with Rock Bridge

High school recap: Tolton girls track wins a state title while Eric Kuse proves to be the glue-guy for Rock Bridge Baseball

(img1)Sunday Sit-Down with David Morrison May 24 2015

Sunday Sit-Down: David Morrison

David Morrison of the Columbia Daily Tribune talks about Justin Smith

Ryleigh s fight inspires Mizzou softball

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Ryleigh's fight inspires Mizzou softball

Ryleigh Patience got the experience of a lifetime after getting treated to a VIP trip to the Dot Richardson Invitational. Mizzou softball went a step ahead, and invited her to be their bat girl throughout the season. In return, this 10-year-old provided perspective for people twice her age.

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