Sikeston rebounds from loss with big win over arch rival Charleston
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- Coming off just their fourth loss of the season the Sikeston Lady Bulldogs were looking for a rebound performance Thursday night....
Bloomfield grinds out win over Oran
ORAN -- A strong start to the second half proved to be the difference Monday for visiting Bloomfield Monday when taking on Oran. Led by Tim Hector's...
Turnovers doom Sikeston girls in loss to Jackson
SIKESTON -- The Sikeston Lady Bulldogs have made a living on creating havoc and causing turnovers for opposing offenses. But the Bulldogs got a dose...
Ealy does it all on defense in Panthers Super Bowl defeat
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -- Kony Ealy wrapped his arms around Peyton Manning's right leg to pull down the Denver quarterback. He tugged Manning by...
Homecoming romp: Sikeston improves to 19-0 with 86-65 win over Poplar Bluff
SIKESTON -- Poplar Bluff coach William Durden came into Sikeston with a plan of containing the Bulldogs' prolific 3-point shooting. While that...
Charleston Riverdogs college baseball team ends third season
CHARLESTON -- The Charleston Riverdogs ended its third season as a collegiate level summer baseball team on a high note. The Riverdogs, a team that mostly consists of local talent who played high school baseball in the surrounding area, finished with a 16-9 record. They boasted a roster of 18, which included players from Sikeston, Dexter, Chaffee, as well as others...
Sikeston native Corey Gipson finds perfect fit at Missouri State
Gipson, the former Three Rivers standout and Sikeston native, has returned to the Show-Me state as an assistant coach at Missouri State University.
Naile, Still picked up in MLB Draft
Charleston's James Naile and Sikeston's Doug Still were both selected during the 2015 MLB draft Wednesday. Naile was picked up by Oakland while Still was chosen by Atlanta for a second time
Naile, many other local athletes excelling at the college level
Charleston native James Naile is just one of many local athletes attending college and excelling at the next stage this spring.
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