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Hockey Player’s Daughter Brilliantly Engineers Trade for Her Dad

The most effective wheeler-dealer in pro sports may be in pigtails and trying to work her way through the fifth grade.

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Missouri House Panel Approves Proposal To Allow Homeschoolers To Play Sports At Public Schools

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri House panel has approved a proposal to allow homeschooled students to play sports at public schools. A House education committee voted in favor of the measure yesterday

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James Harden Kicked LeBron James in the Groin [VIDEO]

During the match between the Cavs and Rockets, James Harden kicked King James in the groin.

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Homemade Luge Track Brings Out the Best of Winter

In the latest example of embracing winter, a man on YouTube showed the world -- and Mother Nature -- that plenty of fun can be had, despite the deep freeze a good part of the country has been suffering through the last few weeks.

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Special Needs Student Scores Big in Amazing Basketball Debut

This is what sports are all about.

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I Miss The Mid-Missouri Outlaws [OPINION]

It has been two years since the Mid-Missouri Outlaws football team took the field at the Mathewson Exhibition Center. There were very few times that I missed a game of theirs from the hey day of when they won the outdoor leagues in the CPFL to when they joined the American Professional Football League in 2010 and made it to the championships to their final year when the APFL disbanded and the Outlaws helped start the CPIFL in 2013

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SFCC Lady Roadrunners Finish 2nd In Region 16 Tournament

The SFCC Lady Roadrunners lost 71-61 in the Region 16 Basketball Tournament. There is still a chance that SFCC could make the National Tournament with an at large bid, we'll let you know once we find out

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SFCC Will Face Mineral Area Community College For Region 16 Tournament Championship

The State Fair Community College Lady Roadruners cruised to a 87-57 victory over Mineral Area Community College, Friday afternoon, in Joplin for the semi-finals of the REgion 16 Basketball Tournament

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Nic Crank
Crank.1: Nic Crank, senior co-captain of the Smith-Cotton boys soccer team that finished the 2014 season third in Class 3, on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Central Methodist University in Fayette. Crank also will walk on as a kicker for the Eagles football team. He is seated with his father, Faron Crank, left, and his mother, Gerri Crank. Back row, from left, Rob Davis, Smith-Cotton athletic director; Ethan Weller, Smith-Cotton boys soccer head coach; and Wade Norton, Smith-Cotton principal.

Smith-Cotton Senior Nic Crank Signs With Central Methodist University

Nic Crank, senior co-captain of the Smith-Cotton boys soccer team that finished the 2014 season third in Class 3, on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Central Methodist University in Fayette

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Dominic Zerilli
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton High School senior Dominic Zerilli on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Zerilli, center, seated, was joined by, front row from left, Shannon Zerilli, mother; Edna Kindle, grandmother; Colton Zerilli, brother; Al Kindle, grandfather. Back, from left, Wade Norton, Smith-Cotton principal; Ryan Sutterfield, assistant baseball coach, North Central Missouri College; Brent Hodge, Smith-Cotton assistant baseball coach; Jud Kindle, Smith-Cotton head baseball coach; Jeff Mays, coach and Liberty Park Stadium groundskeeper; Martin Zerilli, father; Donnie Hillerman, head baseball coach, North Central Missouri College; Mickie Wheeler, Smith-Cotton assistant baseball coach; Kyle Zimmerman, Smith-Cotton assistant baseball coach; Rob Davis, Smith-Cotton athletic director.

Smith-Cotton Senior Dominic Zerilli Signs With North Central Missouri

Smith-Cotton High School senior Dominic Zerilli on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Zerilli, center, seated, was joined by, front row from left, Shannon Zerilli, mother; Edna Kindle, grandmother; Colton Zerilli, brother; Al Kindle, grandfather

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