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A furious second-half rally fell short for the second-seeded Salem High School boys’ basketball team, as the fourth-seeded Rolla Bulldogs held on to win 54-49 Friday, March 6 in the championship game of the Missouri Class 4 District 9 Tournament at Union High School.
On the night in which Salem High School senior guard Reese Dodson reached 1,000 career points, there was a time in the game Tuesday, March 3 fans wondered if the Tigers would score at all.
Salem hit 11 of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold on to its lead and beat St. Clair 65-61 Saturday to advance to the Class 4 District 9 semifinals in Union.
Salem traveled to Cabool Thursday night with an SCA conference championship on the line, as Salem and Mountain View Liberty both entered the final night of conference play tied atop the SCA with 5-1 records. The Lady Tigers struggled offensively in the first, but as they have done all season…
The Salem High School boys’ basketball team split a pair of SCA games last week, falling to league leader Ava 59-45 Friday, Feb. 14 at home and rolling over Mountain Grove 83-55 Tuesday, Feb. 11 on the road.
In a span of less than 24 hours Salem native Payton Curley experienced the most exciting time – as well as the most disappointing – in her collegiate basketball career.
Missouri's first-year football coach is consumed with the present, says 'it's crazy' to forecast if there's going to be a season this fall.
All-MAC guard from Bowling Green averaged 19.4 points per game this season. He talks about his early impressions of Cuonzo Martin's program.
Columnist Ben Frederickson takes Cardinals, Blues, Mizzou, SLU and MLS questions and comments in his weekly chat.
Missouri’s Xavier Pinson, Mitchell Smith and Jeremiah Tilmon all announced they will enter the 2020 NBA Draft process. All three will retain the collegiate eligibility.
Illinois stars Ayo Dosunmu and Kofi Cockburn are on the NBA radar screen. But with the industry shut down, they are among the prospects wondering if they should go pro or stay in school.
Baseball writer Derrick Goold and columnist Ben Frederickson draft pitching staffs from Cards' spring roster, with Hall of Famer Rick Hummel judging.