Brittish Williams asks for prison delay to spend Christmas with family
A court document states that she is the sole caregiver for her 5-year-old daughter.
How a St. Louis double Dutch club jumps for joy, friendship and community
Ki Chapman was searching for a way to get active and found her way back to a favorite childhood pastime — jumping double Dutch. It wasn’t nostalgia alone that motivated Chapman to pick up the jump rope. While many adults are embracing what the New York Times calls “kidulting” — participating in nostalgic or seemingly childlike hobbies — she approached it with dedication.
Report: Equine Herpesvirus Cases at FanDuel Racetrack
Fanduel Sportsbook And Horse Racing, formerly known as Fairmount Park, has been placed under a 21-day quarantine after confirmed cases of equine herpesvirus, according to published reports. Racing is not currently underway at the Collinsville, Ill., track. Racing is scheduled to resume April 16. Its backstretch still houses horses in...
Will St. Louis have a football team?
Here's the St. Louis Detroit Lions connection. Our region is looking for a home football presence.
Wildcats Fall To Columbia In Double Overtime…Prep Boys Basketball
The Salem Wildcats fell at home to visiting Columbia 44-40 in double overtime last night at B.E. Gum. Columbia had a shot at the buzzer at the end of regulation but couldn’t get the go ahead bucket. Salem trailed by 3 in the 2nd overtime with 3 seconds left but missed 2 of 3 free throws and the Eagles Sam Donald finished off the game hitting 2 free throws to ice it. Donald struggled from the field but the 6-8 guard still finished with 23 points, 14 rebounds and 6 assists. The Cats struggled from the free throw line as a team shooting just 6 of 12 while the Eagles made 12 of 16. Salem out rebounded the Eagles 20-19. Noah Nix led Salem with 12 points and 5 rebounds. Connor Tennyson added 8 and Sam Greene finished with 6. Salem falls to 2-7 on the season and 0-2 in the Cahokia as they get set to host Olney on Tuesday.
Whoa Nellie, Illinois Race Horses Have Confirmed Cases of Herpes
I have to confess that I didn't know this is possible, but it is. There are reports that two race horses at a track in Illinois are confirmed to have herpes. I now know more than I ever wanted to know about horse diseases. I saw this report on YouTube...
Four Players Hit in Double Figures As Collinsville Girls Basketball Team Wins Over East St. Louis 51-37
COLLINSVILLE - Four players scored in double figures as Collinsville's girls basketball team came back from a spirited effort from East St. Louis in the second half to win the Southwestern Conference game over the Flyers 51-37 Thursday evening at Vergil Fletcher Gym. The Kahoks overcame a four point halftime...
STL Windows Direct Prep Zone | December 8, 2023
FOX 2 NEWS – Check out the latest highlights, insight and more from this week in St. Louis prep sports with Daniel Esteve, Kevin Ryans and Jim Powers. PREP 1 PREP 2
Vandals wrestlers pick up 2 Dual Team Wins on Thursday
The Vandals Wrestlers picked up 2 dual team wins on Thursday night, defeating Hillsboro and Roxana. The Vandals are now 3-0 in dual team action on the season. They will be right back in action on Saturday as they will take on Oakwood, Fairfield and Olney at 10 am at home.
Mizzou snags former East St. Louis, Lutheran North cornerback Toriano Pride Jr. from transfer portal
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Missouri football picked up its first transfer portal acquisition of the offseason Wednesday night in former East St. Louis and Lutheran North cornerback Toriano Pride Jr. Pride will transfer from Clemson, where he appeared in 26 games across two seasons. He recorded 36 tackles in that...
Mizzou gets Toriano Pride
Mizzou gets Toriano Pride. Here's the latest on Mizzou football.
Nelly's 11th Black and White Ball partyline
St. Louis native and Hip Hip Royalty Nelly hosted his 11th Black and White Ball at The Four Seasons Hotel in downtown St. Louis on Sunday, Dec. 3, 2023. The ball raised funds for scholarships for local St. Louis students to attend Harris-Stowe State University.
Lady Cats Fall At Columbia…Prep Girls Basketball
The Salem Lady Wildcats dropped their 4th game out of their last 5 with a Cahokia loss at Columbia 56-40. The Midgets had a 19-6 lead after the opening quarter and led 31-14 at the halftime break. Salem went on a run in the 4th quarter and cut the deficit to 14 with the ball, but wouldn’t get any closer. Kayla Felgenhaur scored 9 of her team-high 12 points in the 4th quarter. Marah Johnson was also in double figures with 10. Columbia was led by their two-headed monster as point guard Sam Schmuke finished with 19 and center Jordan Holten finished with 18. Salem will be back in action at home on Tuesday when they welcome Newton on Monday.
BK & Ferrario – December 8th, 2023
Get through the lunch rush with Brandon Kiley and Alex Ferrario. BK & Ferrario will fill your appetite for St. Louis sports!. Live weekdays from 11a-2p on 101 ESPN. Keep up with the show at: https://www.101espn.com/shows/bk-ferrario/
5 high school ice hockey players to watch this season
Here are five standout high school ice hockey players in the St. Louis area to keep an eye on this season. Read more about hockey and other high school sports at STLhighschoolsports.com. Branson Appelman, senior, Kirkwood. The backbone of a Pioneers team that is off to a 4-4 start, this...
Crawford County Bull Rider Shines at P.B.R. Event in St. Louis
It was a good showing in front of a home crowd over the weekend in St. Louis for an elite bull rider from Crawford County. Luke Turnbough says the Steelville man finished in the top 5.
Tuesday, Dec. 5 Sports Round-Up
Sign in to hide this notification. Don't miss our top stories and need-to-know news everyday in your inbox. At East Side's gym, the Flyers rallied from a first-quarter deficit to take a close decision over visiting Alton. The Redbirds took a 15-10 lead after the first quarter, with East St....
Missouri Athletic Club Celebrates Jack Buck Sports Awards with Honors for Local Sports Figures
Experience the excitement of the 54th Jack Buck Sports Awards hosted by the Missouri Athletic Club. Hear from Blues owner Tom Stillman and other honorees like Miguel Perez, Rebecca Tillet, and Cody shrer. Discover the passion for sports in St. Louis and the pursuit of excellence.
American Pickers Star Hobo Jack in Court, Grandpa Gang's Christmas Display in Alton, Illinois, and Road Stripping Errors on Route 55
Catch up on the latest St. Louis news for December 6. Enjoy a drive through the Christmas Wonderland at Rock Spring Park, put up by the volunteer group, the Grandpa Gang. Also, get updates on the weather, road conditions, and American Pickers star Hobo Jack's court appearance.