Skip to Content

Month: March 2013

LSU sweeps the Mizzou

The Tigers just wanted to get one. And on Sunday, they gave No. 2 LSU all they got. Until the visiting Tigers came roaring back. Mizzou took an early 5-1 lead in the series finale against No. 2 LSU (26-2, 8-1), but the visiting Tigers responded with five unanswered runs to complete the series sweep

Continue Reading

Mizzou sweeps South Carolina

The No. 7 Missouri Tiger softball team is powering its way through the SEC. Mizzou swept a Saturday doubleheader, and a three-game series, against the South Carolina Gamecocks and now has a 20-2 overall record this year, 7-1 in SEC play. The Tigers crushed the Gamecocks in game one Saturday, 12-3. Angela Randazzo powered the

Continue Reading

Blanked again

The Missouri Tiger baseball team has hit four home runs this season. The No. 2 LSU Tigers (25-2, 7-1 SEC) hit four home runs Saturday at Taylor Stadium. Mizzou (9-14, 2-6 SEC) was shut out for the second straight game, falling to the Tigers from Baton Rouge, 8-0. LSU starter Ryan Eades improved to 6-0

Continue Reading

LSU blanks Mizzou

The Missouri Tigers let another strong pitching performance from Rob Zastryzny go to waste Friday night, losing 2-0 to No. 2 LSU in the first game of a three-game series. The junior lefty threw 7 2/3 innings, allowing five hits and one earned run, and striking out seven LSU hitters. The lone earned run he

Continue Reading

Hickman in Midwest Classic

The Hickman Kewpie baseball team improved to 3-1 this season with two wins Friday in the Midwest Classic Tournament. Hickman knocked off Fort Zumwalt East, 3-1, in its first game of the day at Troy Buchanan High School. The Kewpies followed that win with a 5-3 come-from-behind win over Francis Howell Central a few hours

Continue Reading

Time to head west

David Wright made his first appearance in a big league game since sustaining a rib injury during the World Baseball Classic, going 0 for 3 and playing five innings for the New York Mets in a 7-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. Wright was a late scratch from the United States’ game against the

Continue Reading

Kings of spring

Alex Gordon, Jeff Francoeur, Elliot Johnson and Roman Hernandez homered as the Kansas City Royals beat Cleveland 5-1 Friday to wrap up the most successful spring training in franchise history. The Royals finished 25-7-2, the best exhibition record in the majors. Gordon hit Ubaldo Jimenez’s second pitch over the center-field fence for his eighth home

Continue Reading

BBB issues door-to-door magazine scam warning

TheBetter Business Bureau is warning everyone of reoccurringdoor-to-doormagazinescamdfrom the company Midwest Circulation. The BBB has received more than 160 complaints about the company. For years people have been going door to door trying to convince people to write checks to buy books and magazines. In the BBB businessrating,Midwest Circulation received an “F” because of complaints

Continue Reading
Skip to content