Local Sports News

11/25-Clinton Girls and Boys Bball Update

The Clinton girls basketball team got their season off to a great start on Monday night...now, it's time for the boys bball team to begin their season.

11/25-Get Your Tickets to Mizzou/Arkansas

Arkansas G.A. Ticket Four-Pack Still on Sale
Fans can purchase four General Admission tickets to the regular-season finale for $100

11/25-Mules to Play in KC

Central Missouri Mules (4-0) vs Quincy Hawks (2-2)
Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014 | 2 p.m.

11/25-Mizzou and the Media

HEAD COACH, Gary Pinkel
Opening statement...
"Good afternoon everybody. We're trying to merge Sunday, Monday and Tuesday altogether into one day. We're practicing today, and for our players it's really a Tuesday for them. A nice thing about it too is that they don't have any classes. That really helps us in our preparation.

11/25-Mizzou Football News

COLUMBIA, Mo. - University of Missouri senior DE Markus Golden (St. Louis, Mo.) has been named the Southeastern Conference's football Defensive Player of the Week for his performance Saturday at Tennessee, as announced tonight by the league office.

11/25-Mizzou Loses, Plays Today at 1:00 on 104.9FM

LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) - Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Brandon Ashley each scored 15 points, helping No. 2 Arizona wear down Missouri for a 72-53 victory in the opening round the Maui Invitational on Monday.

11/25-Chiefs News

Chiefs’ Eric Berry’s season is over after a mass is found in his chest. Further tests will be done to determine if it’s lymphoma

MONet  November 24, 2014 by Bill Pollock


11/24-Trout Fishing in KC

Kansas City, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is providing rainbow trout.

11/24-Mules Win at Home

Mules cruise to 91-68 win over Westminster


11/24-MSU Bball Loses on the Road

Bears Drop Road Opener at Texas Tech, 80-68
Marshall scores game-high 27 on 9-of-15 shooting; Ruder adds 19 for Missouri State

11/24-Jennies Soccer Update

No. 10 Jennies soccer's season ends in 3-1 loss to Grand Valley St. in Elite Eight

11/24-MSU Bears Lose and Coach Allen Won't be Back

No. 11 UNI Outlasts Gritty Bears in Season Grid Finale
Panthers overcome fast start by MSU, which closes 2014 season with 4-8 mark


11/24-Mizzou Men to Play in Hawaii on 104.9FM

• Deep range success and lock-down defense helped Mizzou (2-1) put away Oral Roberts (1-1) in the second half of the Tigers’ 78-64 win on Wednesday, Nov. 19.
• Mizzou (2-1) will take part in the EA Sports Maui Invitational (Nov. 24-26).

11/24-Mizzou Women Go 1 and 1 in Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii - Despite a career-night for sophomore Sierra Michaelis, the Tigers could not stop the No. 14 Cal Golden Bears.

11/24-Mizzou Football Wins on the Road

Mauk’s two fourth quarter touchdown passes helps Tigers overcome sloppy offensive line play and shaky special teams

MONet  November 22, 2014 by Bill Pollock


11/21-Jennies Volleyball Update

Duluth, Minn. – Fourth seeded Central Missouri was defeated 3-1 (17-25, 26-24, 14-25, 22-25) by fifth seed Wayne State in the opening round of the NCAA Division II Central Regional.

11/21-Royals News

KANSAS CITY -- The Royals spiced up their 40-man roster moves on Thursday by making a trade, acquiring outfielder Reymond Fuentes from the San Diego Padres for Minor League pitcher Kyle Bartsch.
The Royals also promoted two players to the Major League roster, outfielder Jorge Bonifacio and shortstop Orlando Calixte.

11/21-Chiefs Lose at Oakland

OAKLAND, Calif. -- After 368 days and 16 straight losses, the Oakland Raiders finally had something to celebrate.
Rookie Derek Carr threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to James Jones with 1:42 remaining, and the Raiders got one last defensive stop to snap a 16-game losing streak with a 24-20 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night.

11/20-It's the Heisman Trophy of D2!

LaVance Taylor named candidate for Harlon Hill Trophy

FLORENCE, Ala. -- Central Missouri senior running back LaVance Taylor has been named to the Super Region 3 ballot for the 2014 Harlon Hill Trophy as announced today.

11/20-MSU Bears Win at Home

SPRINGFIELD – Six Missouri State players scored in double figures, including a game-high 13 by Marcus Marshall, to lead the Bears (2-0) to an 87-39 win over visiting Avila University (3-3) here Wednesday.

11/20-Mules Football Gets One More Game!

Mules Football accepts bid to Live United Texarkana Bowl


11/20-New to the Royals Front Office

KANSAS CITY -- Former second baseman Chris Getz is taking a new position with the Royals -- he's becoming an assistant in player development in the team's front office.

11/20-Mizzou Wins at Home

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Thanks to a balanced scoring attack and a second half surge, the Mizzou Men's Basketball team improved to 2-1 on the season with a 78-64 win over Oral Roberts Wednesday evening at Mizzou Arena.

11/20-Waterfowl Clinic

Not all youngsters grow up learning how to hunt, prepare and cook wild game. Missouri Hunting Heritage Federation (MHHF) is trying to reverse that trend.

For its fourth consecutive year, MHHF will hold its Waterfowl Clinic in Henry County on Dec. 12 to 14.

11/19-Quail Forever

High Hopes for Bobwhite in Missouri with Creation of New Quail Forever Chapter


11/19-Tickets to Mizzou-Arkansas

G.A. Ticket Four-Pack for Arkansas Game Announced

Fans can purchase four General Admission tickets to the regular-season finale for $100

1/19-Mules Win at Home

WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- The Mules closed out the first half on a 26-5 run to propel them to a 93-70 win over Missouri S&T on Tuesday night at the UCM Multipurpose Building. The Mules trailed by five in the first half, but used the big run at the end of the frame to put some distance between themselves and the Miners.

11/19-NASCAR Today


With back-to-back wins to close the season and his first Sprint Cup Series championship, Kevin Harvick will end the year atop the final Motor Racing Network Power Rankings.

11/19-Billy to Oakland?

Free agent Billy Butler has agreed to a three-year, $30 million deal with the Oakland Athletics, sources told ESPN The Magazine's Buster Olney.

11/19-Mizzou Football News

Mizzou has adjusted their offensive game plan focusing more on the run and it’s starting to pay off

November 18, 2014 by Bill Pollock

11/18-Mules Football and the MIAA

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Central Missouri Mules football team put 17 players on the All-MIAA Team, including three first team selections as announced by the league office on Tuesday morning.

11/18-Meet Me in KC!

UCM Athletics to host pregame event before Mules Basketball game at Sprint Center

WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- UCM Athletics will host a pre-game tailgate event at Johnny's Tavern in the Power & Light District for Mules Basketball fans attending the UCM game against Quincy on Tuesday, Nov. 25 at the Sprint Center.

11/18-Will Play for the Lions

Congratulations to Dillon Richardson for signing his National Letter of Intent to play baseball at Lindenwood University.

11/18-The Deer Kill So Far

Firearms opening-weekend deer harvest tops 91,000, up by 30,000 from 2013
Top harvest counties were Franklin, Howell, and Callaway.

11/18-St. Louis Cardinals News

Cardinals answer question about who will play RF. Club sends Shelby Miller to Atlanta Jason Heyward

MONet  November 17, 2014 by Bill Pollock


11/17-Meet the Cards and Fall Awards for CHS

2014 Winter Meet the Cardinals and those who received awards for the fall sports season.

11/17-The Future of MSU Bball

Basketball Bears Add Four New Standouts for 2015-16
Paul Lusk’s fifth recruiting class at Missouri State includes high-impact signees

11/17-Food Safety and Sports

The food safety manager at Kansas City's Kauffman and Arrowhead stadiums, home to the Royals and the Chiefs claims poor food handling and dirty conditions have routinely been putting fans' health at risk -- including during the World Series.

11/13-Mizzou and BYU...in KC!

Chiefs use “secret weapon” to land Mizzou-BYU matchup at Arrowhead in 2015. Tigers travel to Provo in 2020


11/13-Lookin' For Eagles

Discover nature with MDC Eagle Days
Join wildlife watchers around the state to view our nation’s symbol in action.

11/13-Royals News

KANSAS CITY -- The Spring Training lockers at Surprise, Ariz., are already being filled by the Royals. They've signed two free agents, infielder Ryan Roberts and left-handed pitcher Joe Paterson, to Minor League contracts with an invitation to the Major League training camp.

11/13-Legally Intoxicated

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — Dominican officials say St. Louis Cardinals rookie outfielder Oscar Taveras was drunk at the time of his fatal car crash last month.

11/13-Mizzou Signs Two

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Mizzou Men's Basketball head coach Kim Anderson has announced two signings for the program's 2015 recruiting class, with talented student-athletes Kevin Puryear (Blue Springs, Mo.) and Cullen VanLeer (Pacific, Mo.) inking with the Tigers.

11/12-Chiefs News

The Kansas City Chiefs announced numerous roster moves


11/6-Battle Line Rivalry

Missouri-Arkansas rivalry football game has a name, logo, corporate sponsor


11/6-Limiting Anterless Deer Permits

MDC limits firearm antlerless deer permits

11/6-Watch For Sinkholes

MDC reminds hunters to be wary of sinkholes

11/5-UCM Hall of Fame Class

UCM Athletics announces 2014-15 Hall of Fame Induction Class


11/5-Mizzou Bball Tickets

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Mizzou Basketball announced today that a limited number of reserved tickets for select games will be made available at a discounted rate in a special "Starting 5" mini-plan promotion beginning Tuesday, Nov. 4.

10/20-MO Deer Season Forecast

Hunters’ harvest decisions determine the number and quality of deer on private land.

10/6-Share the Harvest

MDC and CFM encourage deer hunters to Share the Harvest
Help feed hungry Missourians by sharing your harvest. Funds are available to help cover processing costs.

10/2-This Sounds Like a Great Idea

MDC reminds deer hunters to properly dispose of carcasses
Proper deer-carcass disposal helps prevent the spread of deer-borne diseases.

8/25-MO Waterfowl Seasons Set

Missouri waterfowl seasons set
Duck hunters will have a 60-day season again this year.
JEFFERSON CITY–The Missouri Conservation Commission set 2014–2015 waterfowl seasons at its regular August meeting, giving hunters another 60-day season for ducks.

8/19-Mizzou and the Sprint Center

Columbia, Mo. -Tickets for Mizzou Basketball's doubleheader at the Sprint Center in Kansas City are on sale now through the Sprint Center Box Office.

8/6-Get on the Mule Train!

Schedule set for 2014-15 UCM Mule Train Events
WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- The schedule has been set for the 2014-2015 University of Central Missouri Mule Train functions.

7/29-Watch the Mules and Jennies, and Other MIAA Schools

Kansas City, Mo. – The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association has announced a partnership with Stretch Internet® to provide streaming of conference events. Stretch will partner with the league and members institutions to broadcast all conference football and men’s and women’s basketball games as well as selected other conference events.