ST. CHARLES, Mo. — After trailing most of the game, Lindenwood shot 67 percent in the fourth quarter and stunned Pittsburg State 83-78 Wednesday night in a nonconference women's basketball game at Hyland Arena.
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Taking command during the third quarter, Missouri Southern rolled past Graceland 89-56 Wednesday night in the Lions’ home opener on Robert Corn Court inside the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center.
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — Two Carl Junction all-state athletes signed letters of intent with NCAA Division II schools on Wednesday afternoon in the high school commons area.
Webb City athletes Cale McCallister, Stacy Tyndall, Reanna Blinzler, Keira Jackson and Ian Edwards each signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the college level on Wednesday inside the Cardinal Dome.
Carthage's Brayden Cole and Nevada's Ben Hines both enter today’s MSHSAA Class 1 Swimming and Diving Championships as the top seed in their respective events, while Webb City will also have a contingent competing alongside the state’s best today and Friday at the St. Peters Rec-Plex.
Missouri Southern standout quarterback Jacob Park is expected to play in the Lions’ season finale this weekend at Pittsburg State, according to head coach Jeff Sims.
Missouri Southern Athletics Hall of Famer Anita Rank Oplotnik will be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame as part of the Basketball Tipoff Luncheon next month.
Heading into halftime against fourth-seeded Kirkwood in the Class 6 District 3 semifinals, top-seeded Joplin found itself in unfamiliar territory.
In the days leading up to his team’s Class 4 District 6 semifinal, Webb City coach John Roderique noted he wanted to see his defense record more takeaways.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Cam Martin’s 22 points led three players in double figures, and No. 10 Missouri Southern owned a big advantage at the foul line to beat Minnesota State-Mankato 74-69 on Saturday afternoon in the MIAA/Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Challenge at Municipal Auditorium.
TOPEKA, Kan. — Ahead of Saturday’s match at Washburn, the Missouri Southern volleyball team learned it had officially secured a spot for the MIAA Tournament in Kansas City.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Makyra Tramble connected on a pair of clutch free throws with three seconds left to lift No. 20 Southwestern Oklahoma to an 84-83 victory over Pittsburg State on Saturday night in a MIAA/GAC Challenge thriller at John Lance Arena.
Gidieon Kimutai took first individually as the Missouri Southern men finished with five runners in the top 20 on the way to earning first place in the NCAA Division II Central Region Championships on Saturday morning at the Tom Rutledge Cross Country Course.
Joplin football player Zach Westmoreland and Carthage cross country runner Jenari Lopez have been named Globe high school athletes of the week for the week ending Nov. 2.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Webb City’s Joseph Dawson and Carthage’s Jenari Lopez both turned in all-state performances at the MSHSAA Class 4 Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Gans Creek Cross Country Course.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — El Dorado Springs sophomore Daelen Ackley crossed the line first and East Newton’s boys finished third in the team standings at the MSHSAA Class 2 Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Gans Creek Cross Country Course.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.—The Pittsburg State men’s basketball team picked up its first win of the season by beating Sioux Falls (S.D.) 62-55 on Saturday at the MIAA/NSIC Challenge at Municipal Auditorium.
TOPEKA, Kan. — Pittsburg State took a 31-28 lead into the fourth quarter before Washburn rallied to outscore the Gorillas 21-7 in the final stanza on the way to a 49-38 win on Saturday afternoon at Yager Stadium.
For the fifth time in six years, the Webb City boys cross country team will have a full squad competing at the MSHSAA Cross Country Championships.
Fourth-seeded Kirkwood held a two-score lead after the first possession of the second half before top-seeded Joplin rallied to outscore the Pioneers 35-7 to pull away for a 69-48 win in the Class 6 District 3 semifinals on Friday night at Junge Field.
WEBB CITY, Mo. — Ignited by a number of game-changing plays on the defensive side of the ball, top-seeded Webb City rolled to a 58-18 victory over fourth-seeded Willard on Friday night in a semifinal contest of the Class 4 District 6 tournament at Cardinal Stadium.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Junior center Cam Martin and senior guard Kinzer Lambert combined for 56 points and 24 rebounds to power Missouri Southern past Winona State 71-50 in the MIAA/Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Challenge at Municipal Auditorium.
EMPORIA, Kan. — A Missouri Southern rally fell short as Emporia State ended the Lions’ hopes with a fifth-set victory to win an MIAA women’s volleyball match Friday night.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Upper Iowa took control with a 26-9 spurt midway through the second half and upended Pittsburg State 73-62 Friday night in the MIAA/Northern Sun Conference Challenge at Municipal Auditorium.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Crowder survived a third-quarter scare Friday night to defeat Lyon junior varsity 65-58, and Coffeyville ran past Hesston 89-33 in opening women’s junior college basketball games of the Roughrider Classic.
SEARCY, Ark. — A second-quarter scoring drought proved too much to overcome as Missouri Southern fell to Henderson State 79-70 on Friday afternoon in a season-opening game in the MIAA/Great American Conference Challenge at Rhodes-Reaves Field House.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg State women trailed by five at the half before rallying to outscore Oklahoma Baptist 51-28 in the second half on the way to a season-opening 96-78 win on Friday afternoon in the MIAA/GAC Challenge at John Lance Arena before 2,818 fans on Elementary School Day.
Thanks to a first-round bye, Carthage High School will play its first district game when it hosts Branson tonight. Joplin will host Kirkwood, Webb City will host Willard and Frontenac will host Galena. Follow along with scores and big plays from Globe reporters with our live updates.
A spot in the Class 4 District 6 championship game will be on the line when top-seeded Webb City (9-1) hosts fourth-seeded Willard (5-5) at 7 tonight at Cardinal Stadium.
Joplin took its first step toward its ultimate goal of playing for a state title last week with a 68-16 win, beating Jefferson City for the first time in program history to open the postseason.
The Missouri Southern football team donated footballs to each middle school class at three Joplin schools on Wednesday as it partook in the Football Bowl Association’s Give A Football social media challenge.
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — The Neosho soccer team was the aggressor for most of the night, and it paid off with a district title on a rain-soaked Wednesday night at Bulldog Stadium.
Last season Missouri Southern went 25-8 and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division II Tournament for the first time since the 1999-2000 squad reached the Elite Eight.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Joseph Rollinson netted three goals to lift Greenwood to a 6-0 win over Thomas Jefferson in the semifinals of the Class 1 District 6 soccer tournament on Tuesday night.
This Week's Circulars
WEBB CITY, MO - Fredric H. Landreth, 43, passed away Tuesday, November 12, 2019. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Simpson Funeral Home, Webb City.
- Police find body in freezer at Joplin home
- Carl Junction bus driver facing charges stemming from alleged sex with student
- Proposed roundabout to be first in state with signals
- LIVE UPDATES: Carthage, Webb City, Joplin continue hunts for district wins
- After surviving several rounds, Joplin Sears store targeted for closure
- Joplin rallies to beat Kirkwood 69-48 in district semifinals
- Joplin woman charged with keeping corpse in freezer
- Casey's announces plan to build distribution center in Joplin
- Joplin man sent to prison in attack on clerk in store restroom
- Joplin store reflected changing shopping patterns in America