Sports

Culver-Stockton Football Picked Fifth in Heart's North Division
Culver-Stockton College was picked to finish fifth in the North Division in the 2018 Heart of America Athletic Conference Football Coaches’ Preseason Poll, the league...
Kiwanis Annual Golf Scramble
The Annual Kiwanis Four Person Golf Scramble will be held on Aug. 18 at the River Valley Community Course in Canton. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. To register contact...
Heart of America Athletic Conference Names C-SC's Atwell AD of the...
Culver-Stockton College Athletic Director Pat Atwell was chosen as the Heart of America Athletic Conference Athletic Director of the Year, the league announced Monday...
Local Participant Places in 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships
The Missouri 4-H shooting sports teams won first-place honors at the 2018 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships, June 24-29 in Grand Island, Neb. This is the fourth...
Golf Tournament Winner
Briar Megee, 5 year old from Lewis County, was the winner of Pepsi Little People's Golf Tournament in Quincy for ages 3-5. Recently Briar had the...


Trenton Boggus competed in the 2018 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships held in Grand Island, Nebraska. Missouri's 22 small bore rifle team was comprised of Trenton Boggus from Lewis County, Alex Smith from Nodaway County, Kaitlyn Davis from Texas County, and Jason Haselhorst from Cole County. Their coach was Mike Brashears from Odessa. The rifle team placed fourth in each discipline the competed in: CMP, Silhouette and 3P, placing fifth overall. They competed against 83 participants from 21 other states. Trenton is the son of Shane and Martha Bogguss from Lewistown and a member of Monticello 4-H. 
 
Carey Rodas also competed in the 2018 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships. Carey was on the recurve archery team consisting of Lauren Haley from St. Louis, Emily Bowles from Avilla and Carey Rodas from Lewistown. Carey got third the first day for the Field competition, ninth place the second day for Fita, and seventh the thirdday for the 3-D and placed fifth overall. Her team was second place place overall. Nationals consisted of 36 different states, 8 of which qualified for the overall prize and Missouri beat Texas. Local students compete in 4-H Nationals


Annual Missouri vs. Illinois All-Star Baseball Game
Event organizers Kevin Peters and Aaron Peters have announced the rosters for the 2018 Missouri vs. Illinois All-Star Baseball Game, sponsored by Benson Financial Group of...
Avery Johnson Named to NFCA All-Region Team
Culver-Stockton College placed two players on the 2018 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Region VI team, the organization announced Wednesday. Outfielder...
Daniel Cabrera Promoted to Head Women's Volleyball Coach
Culver-Stockton College Athletic Director Pat Atwell has announced that Daniel Cabrera has been promoted to head coach of the women’s volleyball...


Brown wins Medals at Show Me State Senior Games
Butch and Brenda Brown of La Grange, Mo., traveled to Columbia June 8 for Butch to compete in his third Show Me State Games for seniors. He said he did very good in some of...
Cassie Burris Johnson, Burris Named to Region VI Second Team
Culver-Stockton College placed two players on the 2018 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Region VI team, the organization...


Josh Houchins Honored
Longtime WGEM SportsCenter Host, Josh Houchins, was awarded posthumously for “Best Radio Air Talent” at the Missouri Broadcasters Association Awards Banquet held at the...
Canton Baseball
The Canton Tigers season came to an end in the quarterfinal state tournament game played at Russellllville, Mo., with the Tigers being defeated by...


Haggerty signs
Nathan Haggerty signed his letter of intent to be on the track team at Missouri Western.  ​​​​


Miller Signs with Cumberland
Brooke Miller signed a letter of intent with the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg Kentucky.  They will be the National Defending...