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Georgia women beat Missouri 75-64 in SEC Tournament

Georgia women beat Missouri 75-64 in SEC Tournament

Posted 7:44 PM 3/5/2015 by The Associated Press

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas (AP) - Tiaria Griffin scored 21 points, Krista Donald added 13 points and 15 rebounds, and the 10th-seeded Georgia women beat No. 7 Missouri 75-64 in the SEC tournament second round on Thursday.

Griffin and Erika Ford made back-to-back jumpers to spark a 10-1 (More)...

Local Scores: Thursday, March 5, 2015

Heyward leads Cardinals past Marlins

Darvish leaves Rangers' 5-4 loss to Royals after 1 inning

Chiefs release LB Joe Mays to create salary cap space

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3/4/2015

Hosmer, Morales, Rios power Royals to 13-2 win over Rangers

Hosmer, Morales, Rios power Royals to 13-2 win over Rangers

Posted 3:16 PM 3/4/2015 by The Associated Press

SURPRISE, Arizona (AP) - Eric Hosmer joined Royals newcomers Kendrys Morales and Alex Rios in hitting consecutive first-inning homers, and AL champion Kansas City routed the Texas Rangers 13-2 on Wednesday in the spring training opener for both teams.

Hosmer hit a three-run shot off (More)...

3/3/2015

Shamburger leads Missouri to 63-61 win over Auburn

Posted 6:18 AM 3/4/2015 by The Associated Press

COLUMBIA (AP) - Keith Shamburger thought about diving. The Missouri Tigers are glad he didn't.

After watching teammate Montaque Gill-Caesar poke the ball away from Auburn's Cinmeon Bowers Tuesday night, the senior instead grabbed it and drained a 10-footer with 10.9 seconds remaining to (More)...

Local Scores: Tuesday, March 3

Mid-Missouri sporting event cancellations

3/2/2015

Local Scores: Monday, March 2

Local Scores: Monday, March 2

Posted 3:53 PM 3/2/2015 by Reese Johnson, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer

MID-MISSOURI: Here are your local scores from around the area for Monday, March 2nd, 2015:

Girls High School Basketball

Fulton: 59

Hannibal: 33 

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CMU baseball and softball players dominate HAAC weekly awards

Blues acquire D Zbynek Michalek from Coyotes

Wainwright throws first bullpen since injury last week

Comcast to sponsor Carl Edwards in four Sprint Cup races

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3/1/2015

Wrestling brings father and daughter closer together

Posted 6:43 PM 3/1/2015 by Eduardo Gonzalez, KOMU 8 Sports Reporter

MEXICO - It's a loud and rough sport, but at least now, it's a level playing field.

The Missouri Folk Wrestling Tournament in Missouri was open to female wrestlers up until 12th grade.

"The numbers in Missouri are phenomenal," Don Schreimann, Women's Director for Missouri USA (More)...

Jimmie Johnson pulls away for another Atlanta Sprint Cup win

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