Next one coming up

There are two dead period's every summer, and while the one mandated by the Missouri State High School Activities Association was last week, the school's get to pick when the second week takes place and for Mexico that will be July 29- Aug. 4. Prior to that the football team has weightlifting sessions for 10th-12th graders from 6-7 a.m. on July 23, 25 and 26 and ninth graders lift those same days from 7-8 a.m.

After that practice starts on Aug. 6 from 7-10 a.m. and the Midnight Scrimmage is scheduled for Aug. 11. Details:


@MizzouSoftball’s Regan Nash Makes History, Competes for Summer Collegiate Baseball Team

Tiger left fielder earns shot with St. Joseph Mustangs


COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Softball senior Regan Nash made history Tuesday (July 3), as she became the first female ever to play inside the M.I.N.K. (Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas) Summer Collegiate Baseball League.

The M.I.N.K. League began operation in 1910 and currently consists of eight teams across the Midwest. Nash, who’s serving as an intern this summer for the St. Joseph Mustangs, received the opportunity to compete in one game and etch her name into the league record books.

In front of nearly 3,500 Mustangs fans inside Phil Welch Stadium, Nash got the call from manager Johnny Coy in the fourth inning. She sprinted to left field as a defensive replacement and received a thunderous applause by the home faithful.

Nash later received one at bat at the plate and struck out swinging. Despite the disappointing result, Mustangs fans, players and coaches were all smiles as they were witnesses to a groundbreaking moment in team and league history.

Three Jennies Golfers Named WGCA All-American Scholars

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. (July 3, 2018) - The Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) released their 2017-18 All-American Scholars with three Jennies earning the distinction.
In order to be eligible, student athletes must have a minimum GPA of 3.50. This year, 1,011 women's collegiate golfers were named All-American Scholars. For the Jennies, Taelyn Entriken, Elizabeth Leath and Olivia Sobaski were honored.
Entriken, a senior in 2017-18, has earned the award all four years at Central Missouri. For Leath this is her third straight year earning the award and the second straight for Sobaski.
Sobaski was also the first Jennie to ever compete at the NCAA National Championships, qualifying as an individual. Both her and Leath were named to the All-MIAA team.