Four state championships came in pairs for area high school teams during the 2018-19 sports year.
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Roger Doman spent the better part of eight years throughout the 1990s waking up and heading to the ballpark to put on his jersey before making a living on the mound.
Cori Reid has stepped down as athletics director at Neosho High School to return to her former role as an assistant athletics director at Missouri Southern, the Globe learned Saturday.
The Major League Baseball trade deadline is July 31, and many clubs are in the process of determining who they want to trade or who they want to obtain.
Growing up, Joplin Outlaws outfielder Mike Million relished each opportunity he had to meet and learn from the older baseball players in his St. Louis hometown.
Incredible. That’s the word JC Shelton used to describe his Kansas Shrine Bowl experience. A recently-graduated senior from Galena High School, Shelton suited up for the East squad at the prestigious Kansas Shrine Bowl on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Dodge City.
Taking a closer look at Frontenac softball coach Cassie Rhuems’ two state softball title runs, there are some notable similarities between both journeys.
The Joplin Outlaws scored early and played add-on in the middle innings on the way to a 5-3 non-league win over the Ozark Wild on Saturday at Joe Becker Stadium.
The Joplin Outlaws got back into the win column with a 5-3 victory over the Springfield Cobras behind a strong performance from left-handed pitcher Dalton Weaver on Friday at Joe Becker Stadium.
After a stellar season on the mound in his sophomore year at Crowder, right-handed pitcher Ross Carver was rewarded by being selected in the 23rd round by the Texas Rangers in the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday.
An early season skid continued for the Joplin Outlaws on Tuesday night as they were swept by the St. Joseph Mustangs in a MINK League doubleheader at Joe Becker Stadium.
While the spring high school baseball season has officially concluded, area athletes and coaches are already back on the field with next year's campaign in mind.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Pittsburg State University junior track & field and football standout Levi Wyrick was named the MIAA Ken B. Jones Award winner as the conference’s Male Student-Athlete of the Year on Monday at the 2018-19 MIAA Awards Celebration at the Truman Forum Auditorium.
When Tanner Lane enrolled at Pittsburg State University last fall, the Webb City High School graduate wasn’t sure if his college baseball career would continue or if his playing days were behind him.
For their performances in the track and field state championships, Matti Price of Riverton and Zach Westmoreland of Joplin have been named The Globe’s high school athletes of the week for the week ending May 25.
A hot hitting start ultimately fizzled out for the Joplin Outlaws as they suffered an 8-7 loss to the Midwest Nationals in their home opener at Joe Becker Stadium on Friday night.
After several stints as an assistant coach for multiple quality collegiate programs, Preston Ingram is getting his first opportunity as a head coach at Missouri Baptist University.
A full year of training helped Missouri Southern's Desirea Buerge become a two-time All-American last weekend at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Kingsville, Texas.
With one throw remaining, Missouri Southern junior Morgan Ash sat in fourth place in the women's javelin at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships last weekend in Kingsville, Texas.
Missouri Southern left-handed pitcher Zach Parish and third baseman Freddie Landers were named Division II All-Americans by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association on Wednesday.
This Week's Circulars
Joyce Boyer, 90, of Seneca, MO, passed away on Monday, June 17, 2019, at her home. Joyce was born in Kansas City, KS, and has been a resident of Seneca, MO since 1983. Surviving is her husband of 62 years, Frank Boyer; three daughters, Janice A. Stewart (Mikee), Janice Hickox (Howard) and Si…
GOLDEN CITY, MO - Edward Eugene Weinstein, 105, a carpenter, passed away Tuesday, June 18, 2019. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Daniel Funeral Home, Lamar, MO.
BAXTER SPRINGS, KS - Joann Miller, 77, a retired certified nurses aide, passed away Sunday, June 16, 2019. Services are planned for a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Ozark Memorial Park Crematory, Joplin,MO.
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- Woman killed, two men wounded in exchange of gunfire south of Joplin
- Declining Medicaid enrollment in Missouri has advocates concerned
- As son struggles for first breaths, parents stay at Joplin's Ronald McDonald House
- Carthage YMCA to expand services with purchase of Game On sports complex
- Bill Caldwell: Carthage native Marlin Perkins promoted wildlife preservation
- Empire Market to test a nighttime event
- Former Joplin police officer granted probation in drunken driving crash
- UPDATED: Jacob Williams named assistant principal at Joplin High School
- Dedication ceremony slated for historic Markley shovel at Big Brutus center