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Webb City's Beason, Burgess sign college letters
Few individual accolades have eluded Webb City senior athletes Kaitlin Beason and Mikaela Burgess.
Pitt State misses playoffs, accepts bowl bid
Pittsburg State’s upset loss to Missouri Southern on Saturday ended any chances for the Gorillas to return to the NCAA Division II playoffs.
PODCAST: MIAA Football Miner's Bowl Edition
Missouri Southern defeated Pittsburg State for the first time since 1993 on Saturday. The Joplin Globe's Jim Henry, Ryan Atkinson and Mark Schremmer break down the rivalry game during this week's edition of the podcast. The Globe also takes a moment to look at wins by Webb City, Seneca and Lamar in high school quarterfinal games.
Gorillas in 'shock' after loss to Lions
Pittsburg State quarterback Anthony Abenoja sat in the media room of Carnie Smith Stadium and looked straight ahead.
Gorillas prep for Southern's option attack
For the Pittsburg State Gorillas, it’s really pretty simple.
Pitt State's Nate Dreiling a study in preparation
Nate Dreiling is focused.
Westhoff leads Pitt State women past Henderson State
Morgan Westhoff poured in a career-high 28 points to spark Pittsburg State past Henderson State 76-56 Thursday night in the Gorillas’ home opener at John Lance Arena.
PSU loses Branch for at least two weeks
Devon Branch, the leading scorer on Pittsburg State’s men’s basketball team during the early stage of the season, will be sidelined the next 2-3 weeks after suffering a knee injury in the Gorillas’ regular-season opener Wednesday night against Newman University in Wichita.
Carl Junction's Wiele, Steele sign with MSSU, PSU
Two Carl Junction students signed letters of intent Wednesday to continue their athletic careers after high school.
Pitt State can't hold lead in opening loss at Newman
Pittsburg State couldn’t maintain a nine-point second-half lead and dropped its season opener 80-76 to the Newman Jets on Wednesday night at Fugate Gymnasium.
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