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  • Mizzou falls to No. 16 Northwestern in OT 1-0 Posted on 30 August 2018 at 10:14pm

    Columbia-- The Missouri soccer team took No. 16 Northwestern into overtime for their season home opener.

    However, in the 97th minute Wildcat's Kylie Fisher hit the game winning goal from long distance. Northwestern won 1-0.

  • Friday Night Fever Game of the Week Preview Posted on 30 August 2018 at 8:13pm

    Friday Night Fever's game of the week features the Hickman Kewpies at home versus the Helias Crusaders. Both teams are 1-0 and coming off nail-biting road wins in which their offenses did just enough to squeak out a victory.

    While both teams have proven that they can score at high levels, the big question is which team's defense will step up and get the key stops when it matters most. The Kewpies were able to limit a talented Pattonville offense to just 20 points whereas The Crusaders struggled to keep the Hannibal Pirates off the board in their last matchup. Fortunately, their offense was able to bail them out, notching 35 points which proved to be just enough for Helias. If the Helias defense can step up and get stops, they could make life really difficult for Hickman.

  • Cardinals are scoreless in loss to Pirates Posted on 29 August 2018 at 11:38pm

    ST. LOUIS- It was an offensive lull for the Cardinals tonight in their 2-0 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Both teams were scoreless through the first four innings.

    The fourth inning was when everything seemed to go downhill for St. Louis. The Redbirds' first baseman and MVP-candidate Matt Carpenter left the game due to nausea. Then, in the fifth Inning, Pittsburgh answered with two runs to bring the score to 2-0.

  • Royals trade Lucas Duda to the Braves Posted on 29 August 2018 at 6:45pm

    KANSAS CITY- On Wednesday, the Kansas City Royals reached an agreement to trade 1B Lucas Duda to the Atlanta Braves in return for financial compensation. Duda, 32, had signed a one-year deal with the Royals as a free agent back on February 28th.

    In his 87 game stint with the Royals, the left-handed hitter slugged for a .242 batting average, and accounted for 13 home runs and a 48 RBI. At Kauffman Stadium, Duda drove in 28 runs.

  • Kansas City wins back-to-back series Posted on 29 August 2018 at 5:32pm

    KANSAS CITY - Heading into Wednesday’s matchup against the Detroit Tigers, the Kansas City Royals were looking to bring the heat and take the series sweep.

    Danny Duffy (4.72 ERA) got the start and the win on Wednesday for the Royals, delivering six innings and only giving up two hits. As for the Tigers, Michael Fulmer (4.71 ERA) was only able to get through three innings before being relieved by Buck Farmer who provided less than inning for Detroit.

  • No Longer the Interim, Shildt is Here to Stay Posted on 28 August 2018 at 11:38pm

    ST. LOUIS - Mike Shildt. It's a name that you would have to be living under a rock not to know in the St. Louis Cardinals fanbase, and one becoming more and more well-known throughout baseball fans in general. It's a name that is also here to stay for the foreseeable future, as the Cardinals have decided to remove the interim tag from his managerial title. Shildt put pen to paper on a three-year contract Tuesday, according to Bleacher Report.

    This comes after a string of success that has the Cardinals back in the driver's seat for a wild card spot, sitting a half game up on Milwaukee for home field advantage, and only 4.5 back from Chicago for the division. The positive run comes after the team was left just a game over five-hundred and a distant third place in the NL Central upon the firing of Mike Matheny. They were in danger of missing the playoffs for the third consecutive season for the first time since 1997-99. For a franchise with the success the Cards have had over the last decade and a half or so, that is crisis-worthy. 

  • Former SEMO baseball player reaches settlement Posted on 28 August 2018 at 11:28am

    CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) — Former Southeast Missouri State University baseball player Broc Kreitler has settled a lawsuit over an injury he suffered during a practice.

    The Southeast Missourian reports that the terms of the settlement weren't disclosed in court records. Kreitler had sought "fair and reasonable" damages in excess of $25,000.

  • Current Cardinals earn Triple-A honors Posted on 27 August 2018 at 9:35pm

    ST. LOUIS - Tyler O'Neill and Dakota Hudson of the St. Louis Cardinals were named to the All-Pacific Coast League Team Monday afternoon.

    Both O'Neill and Hudson are rookies in St. Louis, but each have spent the majority of the season with the Cardinals' Triple-A affiliate, the Memphis Redbirds.

  • St.Louis Cardinals continue success in August Posted on 27 August 2018 at 7:19pm

    The St. Louis Cardinals are coming off a hot streak after going 5-1 on the road against the Dodgers and the Rockies. The Cardinals are now 19-5 for the month of August. It’s one of the best August performances of all-time. The Cards' August pace places their win percentage behind only 10 teams in history, according to

    The Redbirds are averaging 5.25 runs per game this month and are also doing well on the mound. The pitching staff has recording only a 2.87 ERA.

  • Opposing quarterbacks set for Tigers upcoming season Posted on 27 August 2018 at 7:00pm

    Columbia- Three out of the eight teams in the SEC East named their starting quarterbacks for the upcoming season.

    Arkansas is under new coach Chad Morris. Morris waited until game week to announce his decision. Cole Kelley earned the spot after appearing in nine games last season and earning four starts when Austin Allen was hurt. Kelley had eight touchdowns and threw for over 1,000 yards. Mizzou will face the Razorbacks on November 23rd.