Local Sports News

4/18-Clinton Baseball Back on the Field Monday

4/18-Changes for Deer Season 2014

MDC limits firearm antlerless permits for upcoming deer season
Decrease in deer numbers and resulting hunter and landowner input prompt changes.

4/18-Privileges Suspended for Montrose Resident

April 2014 Conservation Action
The Conservation Commission met April 16 and 17 at Conservation Department Headquarters in Jefferson City. 

4/18-Clinton Baseball Update from Zach Cook

CHS Wins A Pitching Dual
The Clinton Cardinals traveled to Odessa to take on the Bulldogs yesterday afternoon and won a great pitching dual by a score of 2-1.

4/18-NASCAR Today

For just the fifth time in ten years, it’s an off-weekend for all three of NASCAR’s top series – Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Trucks – as the sport pauses for the Easter holiday.

4/18-Mizzou Looking for New Bball Coach?

Missouri men’s basketball coach Frank Haith’s tenure with the Tigers has been a roller coaster, and the ride is expected to end Friday when he is announced as the new coach at Tulsa, according to multiple reports.

4/18-Royals and Cards

Both teams with a win last night.

4/17-Weekly Fishing Report

Attention Fishing Report Subscribers:
In most streams south of the Missouri River, black bass season will open May 24, 2014, until that date all black bass in those streams must be returned to the water unharmed immediately after being caught. For details see Chapter 6 of the Wildlife Code.


4/17-NASCAR Today


Chicagoland Speedway has signed Lucas Oil as title sponsor of this fall’s Camping World Truck Series race.

4/17-Mizzou Football News

Missouri landed another commitment from Georgia on Wednesday when North Gwinnett tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhe committed to the Tigers.

4/17-Bowe Pleads Guilty

Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe pleaded guilty Wednesday in Riverside Municipal Court to amended charges of defective equipment and littering relating to his Nov. 10 arrest for marijuana possession.

4/17-Royals and Cards

Royals with a win, but Cardinals with a loss.

4/16-Clinton Baseball Scheduled For Thursday

The Clinton baseball team is scheduled to get back into action Thursday on the road.


4/16-This Weekend at L.O.S.

KY3 Night at the Races this Saturday plus a
Special Kid's Night courtesy of Ron's Racing Collectibles!

4/16-NASCAR Today

Junior Motorsports has signed the Sage Fruit Company as an associate sponsor of Chase Elliott’s Number-9 Chevrolet for the remainder of the 2014 Nationwide Series.

4/16-Youth and Turkeys

Youth turkey season harvest tops 4,000
Good reproduction in 2011 and 2012 helped young hunters.

4/16-Clinton Baseball Update

The Clinton Varsity baseball team got a win yest. aft. at home.


4/16-Royals and Cards

Both teams with a win last night...read more!

4/16-Mizzou Baseball

Mizzou Baseball Falls at Missouri State
In-state rivals force split in season series with win.

4/15-Camp With the Champs!

Camp with the Champs, Mules Basketball announces summer camp dates
WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- The 2014 NCAA-II National Champion Mules Basketball team and head coach Kim Anderson have announced dates and times for the 2014 Kim Anderson Basketball Camps.

4/15-Latest from Lucas Oil Speedway

Jeremy Payne Dominates Weekend Action at Lucas Oil Speedway with three wins!

Jesse Stovall, David Hendrix and Burl Woods also take Main Event Checkered Flags. 


4/15-NASCAR Today


NASCAR team owner Gene Haas formally rolled out his plans for an American-based Formula One team on Monday, meeting with the media for the first time since last week’s confirmation that he had been awarded a license to compete by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile … F-I-A …

4/15-Royals and Cards

Royals with Monday off while St. Louis wins.

4/14-Spring Practice, DGB and More

Pinkel made the right decision in the handling of DGB. He answers questions about his swift response (AUDIO)

MONet  April 14, 2014 By Bill Pollock

4/14-Mizzou Baseball

The Tigers win two of three.

4/14-Mules Baseball

Mules win three of four against NWMSU.

4/14-Corey's Camp III

Corey Owen and the Kansas City Sportsclub
Sponsored by the Tony Komer Foundation and hosted by Clinton Park and Rec
Corey’s Camp III

When: Saturday May 10th 9 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. (Free Light Lunch and Q and A at 12:30)

4/14-Clinton Baseball Update from Zach Cook

CHS takes home 2nd in own Clinton Tournament
In round robin fashion the Clinton Cardinals take home 2nd place as they hosted the annual Clinton Tournament this weekend.

4/14-NASCAR Today



4/14-Royals and Cards

KC goes 0 for three over the weekend while St. Louis wins two of three.

4/14-MU Criticized

Independent report criticizes MU-Columbia handling of Menu Courey case, System president responds

MONet  April 11, 2014 By Mike Lear
An independent report on the University of Missouri Columbia campus’ handling of the alleged rape of a former student athlete is critical of the University on four counts.

4/14-DGB No Longer MIZZOU

DGB kicked off the Mizzou football team. “Dorial’s priority going forward needs to be focusing on getting the help he needs.”–Pinkel (AUDIO)

MONet  April 11, 2014 By Bill Pollock

Dorial Green-Beckham has been dismissed from the football program at the University of Missouri.

4/11-That Was a Short Stay

Mizzou basketball dismisses Louisville transfer Price, a week after he was arrested twice on the same day

MONet  April 10, 2014 By Bill Pollock

Missouri basketball head coach Frank Haith has released Louisville transfer Zach Price from the program on Thurday.

4/11-DGB Case Up in the Air

Columbia Police make no arrest in DGB case. Still suspended from the team. Coaches did not talk with female subjects.

MONet  April 10, 2014 By Bill Pollock
Columbia police released a statement on Thursday saying no arrests will be made in this past weekend’s incident.

4/10-Funding Fish and Wildlife Projects

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces $27 Million to Missouri from Excise Taxes on Anglers, Hunters and Boaters

4/10-Mizzou Football News

The decision struck Drew Lock about 10 days ago, he estimated, when a visionary thought popped into his head. He pictured his father, Andy, walking into Memorial Stadium on the Missouri campus, wearing a Tigers uniform.

4/10-Chiefs Preseason 2014

The Chiefs play host to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 1 of the preseason

The National Football League officially announced its 2014 preseason schedule on Wednesday.

4/9-Mizzou Football News

Mizzou defensive lineman Matt Hoch to miss six week after undergoing surgery. Pair of running backs listed as day to day

MONet  April 8, 2014 By Bill Pollock

The Missouri Tigers wrapped up another spring practice on Tuesday afternoon and announced that senior defensive lineman Matt Hoch will miss six weeks after undergoing surgery on his ankle.

4/9-Suspect, Victim or Witness?

Columbia Police release few details of a report on DGB other than an investigation into a burglary

MONet  April 8, 2014 By Bill Pollock

Missouri receiver Dorial Green-Beckham is part of a Columbia police investigation into an alleged burglary, though how is unclear.

4/8-DGB Suspended

Mizzou suspends Dorial Green-Beckham indefinitely for violation of team rules

MONet   April 7, 2014 By Bill Pollock

University of Missouri Head Football Coach Gary Pinkel has indefinitely suspended wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham from the program for a violation of team policies.

4/7-Track & Field Day - Clinton Parks & Rec

Registration forms are available to view and print for the Clinton Parks & Rec. Track & Field Day, Thursday May 8th, 2014...


4/7-Clinton Well Represented in Tournament

Archery tournament was a record-breaker
The contest saw the state record broken three times.

4/3-Honoring a National Champion

UCM Athletics to host 1994 Mules Baseball Reunion

WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Central Missouri's 1994 baseball national championship, Central Missouri athletics will host a 1994 Mules Baseball Reunion in conjunction with UCM's final regular season home baseball series against Missouri Western on Saturday, April 19.

4/1-Here Turkey, Turkey, Turkey

Spring turkey outlook good for much of Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY–Missouri turkey hunters have reason to be optimistic about the 2014 spring turkey season, according to the state’s turkey expert.

4/1-How Are Conservation Areas Important to You?

The Missouri Department of Conservation is in the process of updating management plans for conservation areas and invites public comments. To view management plans and share comments online, visit mdc.mo.gov/areaplans.

3/31-Boating Safety Courses

Troop A To Offer Certified Boating Safety Courses In Independence and Smithville


3/5-Kenny Wallace to be at Lucas Oil Speedway

Nine-time NASCAR Nationwide winner Kenny Wallace enters USRA Modifieds at Lucas Oil Speedway on May 22