Local Sports News

9/15-A Record-Setting Day Leads to Top Honors

Kansas City, Mo. – Central Missouri’s LaVance Taylor was named the MIAA Football Offensive Athlete of the Week after a record breaking performance. Central Oklahoma’s Cody Jones won the defensive award and Fort Hays State’s Drew O’Brien won on special teams.

9/15-Latest from Lucas Oil Speedway

Kris Jackson, Kenny Carroll, Stephen Muilenburg, and JD Hubert score weekend wins at Lucas Oil Speedway on NWTF Night!

9/15-CHS Softball Update from Coach McCoy

Scores from Lexington Tournament 9/13

9/15-Fees Will Be Waived

Army Corps of Engineers waives fees on National Public Lands Day, Sept. 27
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today that it will waive day use fees at its more than 2,200 USACE-operated recreation areas nationwide in recognition of National Public Lands Day on Sept. 27.

9/15-Latest from Central MO Speedway

Boney, Wood, Brill, Rowland, and Schudy Fly CMS Championship Night Checkers!

9/15-NASCAR Today

WEEKEND WINNERS … BRAD KESELOWSKI, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series … KEVIN HARVICK, Nationwide Series … KYLE BUSCH, Camping World Truck Series …

9/15-CHS Cross County Update from Coach Johnson

RayPec Invitational
The Clinton Cardinal XC team raced really hard this Saturday at the RayPec Invitational. Once again we were amongst the smallest schools to attend. Class 4 which was the large school division and Class 1-3 which was the small school division, a total of 42 schools were in attendance.

9/15-CHS Football Update from Micah Melling

Cardinals Fall to St. Pius

After two weeks on the road, the Clinton Cardinals returned home on Friday night for a conference game against St. Pius.  The Warriors cruised to a 35-0 victory over CHS.

9/15-MSU Wins Big at Home

Bears Right at Home in 38-0 Blanking of North Dakota
Missouri State logs first shutout since 2010 before school-record crowd in first home game at newly-renovated Robert W. Plaster Stadium

9/15-Chiefs Lose at Broncos

The Chiefs fall in their week two match up against the Broncos

9/15-Royals and Cards

KC wins one of four while St. Louis wins all three.

9/15-Mizzou Wins at Home Over UCF

Mauk's Four TD's Lead Tigers to 38-10 Win Over UCF
Ties school record with nine TD's in consecutive games

9/12-Mules Win Big at Home

Mules run past No. 19 Emporia State, 50-31

9/12-NASCAR Today

NEXT STOP … CHICAGOLAND SPEEDWAY … for the opening round of the 2014 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

9/12-Royals and Cards

Royals and Cardinals come up short.

9/11-Weekly Fishing Report

Where they're bitin' in the Show-Me State.

9/11-Record Fish Caught

MDC congratulates Strafford man on new record quillback

9/11-NASCAR Today


For The Sixteen Challengers about to embark on a road that will ultimately lead to a championship for one, the countdown starts Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway with 3,595.48 “Miles2Miami.”

9/11-Royals and Cards

Royals win but Cardinals lose.

9/10-The MDC and MIZZOU

MDC celebrates National Hunting and Fishing Day with MU Tigers in Columbia
All activities will take place from noon to 3 p.m. under a tent located on the east side of Memorial Stadium before the Tigers take on Indiana.

9/10-A Pheasant Forecast

While some may think the formula for producing pheasants is confusing or downright mysterious, science tells us weather and habitat are the two critical variables determining our pheasant population.

9/10-CHS Tennis Update

Here are the scores of the girls tennis match against Center. The lady Cardinals swept the doubles and picked up three wins on the singles side to clench their second win of the season;

9/10-NASCAR Today

Stewart-Haas Racing has swapped pit crews between its Number-4 and Number-14 Sprint Cup Series teams with the post-season Chase starting in just four days at Chicagoland Speedway.

9/10-Chiefs News

The Chiefs announce a number of roster moves following their week one match up against the Titans


9/10-Royals and Cards

Both teams lose Tuesday night.

9/10-Mizzou Football News

NFL scouts told Pinkel that Golden and Ray were even better than Ealy and Sam

MONet  September 9, 2014 By Bill Pollock

Through two games Markus Golden and Shane Ray are at the top of the defensive stats.

9/9-CHS Softball Update

The CHS Softball team was defeated by Grain Valley last night 12-8. The loss drops the Cardinals’ record to 3-1. The team will play again Thursday at home against Warrensburg.


9/9-Clinton Football Update

Jv football won 54-30 over O'Hara and improved to 3-0 on the season.

9/9-NASCAR Today

Eli Gold hosts NASCAR Live at 6 p.m.  Now in its thirty-first year, NASCAR Live invites listeners to call
1-800-2-NASCAR to participate or post their questions on the NASCAR Live link at www.MRN.com.

9/9-The Chiefs and the Media

Andy Reid addresses the media follow the Chiefs week one game against the Titans

9/9-Royals and Cards

Royals lose while Cardinals get a win.

9/9-Mizzou and the Media

Mizzou Football Media Day Quotes - Sept. 8
Head Coach Gary Pinkel and student-athletes address the media

9/9-Royals and Cards...2015!

Royals and Cardinals release 2015 schedules. The two will face each other May 22-24 and June 12-14

MONet  September 8, 2014 By Bill Pollock

9/9-MIZZOU and the SEC

Mauk ties Mizzou record with six scores, five passing TDs and one rushing. Gets named SEC offensive player of the week (AUDIO)

MONet  September 8, 2014 By Bill Pollock


9/8-Tailgatin' in the 'burg

UCM Athletics announces tailgating procedures for 2014 football season


9/8-Mizzou Wins at Toledo

Mauk's 5 TD's Make For Good Homecoming at Toledo, 49-24
Tigers move to 2-0 after school-record-tying total from soph. QB
Sept. 6, 2014


9/5-Youth Goose Hunt and Seminar

A Youth Goose Hunt and Seminar will take place for those 16 years and younger on Saturday, October 4, 2014. There will be a seminar held on Sunday, September 28 at 4 p.m. and one on Friday, October 3 at 6 p.m.

9/5-Go Mobile With Free MDC Apps

Discover nature through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s free mobile apps for hunting, fishing, and fall color.

9/5-Hunter Education Course

The Missouri Department of Conservation is offering a Hunter Education course to be held at the Clinton office on Saturday, September 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

9/4-Women's Volleyball in Clinton

Registration is now open for the 2014 Clinton Parks and Recreation Power and Recreational Volleyball Leagues.

9/3-Applications Underway For...

waterfowl hunting reservations
Procedures remain unchanged from last year.

9/3-Youth Waterfowl Hunting Clinic

...offered Oct. 11 and 25
CLINTON, Mo. – Applications open Sept. 1 for the 20th Annual Wilderness Lodge Youth Waterfowl Clinic and Hunt. The event takes place on the second and fourth Saturdays in October.

9/3-"MO Hunting" App

Go mobile with new, free MDC “MO Hunting” app
Buy permits, view past permits, and telecheck deer and turkey with new free app.

9/3-Celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day with MDC

Conservation makes Missouri a great place to hunt and fish for more than half-a-million hunters and 1.1 million anglers. Celebrate with MDC Sept. 20 and 27.

9/3-SFCC Seeks Nominations for Athletics Hall of Fame

SEDALIA—Nominations are due by 5 p.m. Oct. 1 for State Fair Community College’s Athletics Hall of Fame.

9/3-Viewing the MIAA

Kansas City, Mo. – Today it was announced by the league the pricing structure for live web streams via the Game Central 2.0 platform.

9/3-Chiefs News

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Tuesday that the club has signed safety Kurt Coleman. The team has placed linebacker Joe Mays on injured reserve with a designation to return.

9/2-Former Clinton Grad Petree Pitches in Double A Game

Cardinals close campaign with 9-8 comeback win in Tulsa
Tulsa, OK - The Springfield Cardinals scored seven runs between the sixth and seventh innings, coming from behind for the 9-8 win against the Tulsa Drillers before 4,511 fans at ONEOK Field in the season finale on Monday afternoon.

9/2-Your 2014 KC Chiefs

A quick look at the Chiefs 53-man roster position-by-position, along with the practice squad

Here’s a quick look at each positional group of the Chiefs current 53-man roster.

9/2-Chiefs News

Chiefs get a deal done with Alex Smith, signing him to a four year extension. Team hopes he’s the franchise’s quarterback

MONet  September 1, 2014 By Bill Pollock
The Kansas City Chiefs have signed Alex Smith to a four-year contract worth about $68 million according to several media outlets.

8/29-Watching the MIAA on TV

Kansas City, Mo. – The MIAA has announced their distribution partners for the 2014 MIAA Television Network Game of the Week.  The MIAA is pleased to have several returning distribution partners as well as two new distribution partners who have joined the network for the 2014 season.

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.

8/19-Bring Back the Bricks!!

Cardinal Stadium Walkway
Bringing Back the Original 1952 Field House Bricks
Limited Number of Bricks Available

8/6-Learn From the Jennies

Jennies Softball to host fall hitting and pitching clinics



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.

7/21-Getting Educated in Henry Co.

Hunter Education Skills Sessions
August-September-October 2014
Conservation Agent
Kevin S. Dixon
Henry County – Kansas City Region

Hunters wanting to complete their Hunter Education certification are required to complete two portions of the Hunter Education Course.