Cardinals star invests in beverage brand
St. Louis Cardinals star Nolan Arenado has invested in a beverage brand. Scottsdale, Arizona-based Yerbae Brands Corp. announced Arenado's backing. Yerbae makes plant-based energy drinks.
Cyclists Pedal from St. Louis to Indianapolis in Fundraiser for Cancer Research
A group of cycling enthusiasts departed from St. Louis to Indianapolis earlier this week. Their goal is to raise money for critical cancer research. The team is part of a larger initiative called Coast to Coast for Cancer.
Should Mizzou play in KC? Eli Drinkwitz being aggressive? Seven thoughts on MU Tigers
The Missouri Tigers are 4-0 and ranked in this week’s AP Top 25. Here are seven big-picture thoughts on Mizzou.
Boys Swim and Dive Start Off the Year Swimmingly
Boys swim and dive has started as several new and returning swimmers join. Recently, the team has pulled winning lap times against Fort Zumwalt West and Timberland. “The season is looking pretty decent so far,” said junior Logan Monroe. “We have a lot more swimmers than last year and have already won a first and second place in the two tri-meets we have swam.”
Behind the Scenes: 2023-24 Open Video
St. Louis native and blues musician Marquise Knox certainly is. In fact, “Are You Ready For The Blues?” is the title of a new original song Knox wrote and recorded to serve as the St. Louis Blues’ anthem for the 2023-24 season. The song will debut in...
9-25-23 Segment 1 Game Plans for Happiness
We are 90 seconds late and the listeners ARE NOT HAPPY. Such an odd dynamic, but we love it. Are we going to have two women call in again, like on Friday? Are we frauds? Missouri picks up a 7-point victory over Memphis at the Dome. Legit excitement in the air at the Dome for the game. 45k people in attendance. Drink on the onside kick to start to the game. Luther Burden is a stud. What time will the LSU game be at? Looking at the SEC schedule that week. Dan Lanning’s pregame speech before putting a beat down on Colorado. Lou Holtz vs. Ryan Day. Notre Dame played with 10 defenders on the last two plays. Washington State coach Jake Dickert taking shots at Lee Corso. Doug wants to see current coaches go to a retirement home and just berate old coaches. Plowboy at Fright Fest. Story about Maryland Heights defaulting on the ice rink. The possibility of the game being at Busch. Guns & Roses at Busch. Iggy is cryptic with his comments. Tim reflects. Old bands.
Mizzou Football's Homecoming Sparks Joy and Economic Boost in St. Louis
On the first homecoming for the Mizzou football team in downtown St. Louis in over a decade, excitement filled the air. Fans, including Amy Walters - a parent of Mitchell, a Mizzou lineman - gathered in numbers to cheer for the return of their beloved Tigers.
Five plays that defined Mizzou’s 34-27 victory over Memphis
Welcome back to “Five Plays”, where I’ll break down the previous week’s football game in, you guessed it, five plays. Over the past ten seasons, the average college football team has run around 70-73 plays per game, but most of them don’t matter as much as others. Oftentimes, there’s a select few that can tell the story of an entire game, and I’m here to break them down. To the film room!
SLHS Girl’s Golf Secures a Win at Tullymore Golf Course
The Saint Louis golf team had a tournament at Tullymore Golf Course Monday, Sept 18. The team was led by seniors Natalee Hoyt and Josie Schrot. The Sharks are continuing to put in the work for the coming up tournaments. The Lady Sharks took fourth place overall with a score...
Brockway’s Rendos, Maplewood’s O’Hara Named Week 4 2023 Tapn’Pay+ D9 & D10 Volleyball Players of the Week
WARREN, Pa. – Brockway’s Lauren Rendos and Maplewood’s Madison O’Hara are the Week 4 2023 TapnPay+ District 9 and District 10 Volleyball Players of the Week. Rendos helped the Lady Rovers go 3-0 during the week, while O’Hara helped the Tigers to a 2-0 week that included a key Region win over rival Cochranton in five sets.
QUESTION OF THE DAY: Can Mizzou keep the momentum rolling in SEC play?
The Mizzou Tigers moved to 4-0 on Saturday after beating Memphis in the Dome in St. Louis. The post QUESTION OF THE DAY: Can Mizzou keep the momentum rolling in SEC play? appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Soccer Takes Down Ladue 2-0
On Sept. 5th, the varsity boys soccer team shut out the Ladue Rams, beating them 2-0. Senior Landin Hoyle said going into the game he planned for the team to win even after the defeat against them last year. “[I thought] that we were a better team then them and...
4 reasons why playing a sport is important
There are 4 reasons why playing a sport is important:. In most sports, you have to take care of your body in a certain way. You have to be conditioned so that you protect your mental health and keep yourself from getting any serious injuries. Although most sports do out-of-sport conditioning such as lifting, keeping yourself strong and healthy is a big part of what makes a good player. You have to drink water, have a healthy diet, and maintain an excellent mental lifestyle.
Father-daughter beatboxers to mix it up at library
Internationally-known beatboxing duo Nicole Paris and Ed Cage, of St. Louis, will lead a workshop and perform at the Scenic Regional Library Pacific Branch on Thursday, Sept. 28. Starting at 6 p.m., the father-daughter duo will engage library patrons and tell the story of their beatboxing journey as well as...
Intel on Missouri's recruitment of Ryan Wingo | College Football Recruiting Show
247Sports Director of recruiting Steve Wiltfong gives the latest intel on Missouri's recruitment of 5-Star WR Ryan Wingo from St. Louis University (MO).
Treb Jacoby takes B-Mod win at Tri-City Speedway!
A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 69-Treb Jacoby; 2. 17E-Matthew Edler; 3. 19-Trey Harris; 4. 1S-Tommie Seets Jr; 5. 22A-Steve Meyer Jr; 6. 13K-Kodi Savage; 7. 19C-Jimmy Cummins; 8. C4-Chris Soutiea; 9. 13-Zach Whaley; 10. 5D-Joe Dresch; 11. 12-Dan Bimson; 12. 88J-Joshua Dolenz; 13. 66M-Jordan Meadows; 14. 79-Nathan Wright; 15. 83S-Chris Stahlschmidt; 16. 6G-Ashton Gaffner; 17. 9-Jay Sansone; 18. 23P-Holli Palmer; 19. 8J-Jimmie Smith; 20. 45-Chandler Smith; 21. 5-Collin Parmer; 22. 42X-Dillon Foster; 23. 7-Drew Walsh; 24. (DNS) N1-Gary Archambault; 25. (DNS) 81-Creg Cannon; 26. (DNS) 444-Logan Dockery; 27. (DNS) 11P-Dallas Pickelheimer; 28. (DNS) 360-Jacob Steinkoenig.
Saginaw-area fall sports highlights: St. Louis runners dominate Delta Invitational
St. Louis took the top two spots at the Kayner Delta Invitational, leading the Sharks to the boys title Saturday at Delta College. Landon Pestrue won the boys Division 3-4 individual title, running the two-mile course in 10 minutes, 14.31 seconds. Teammate Ben March followed at 10:14.50, with Breckenridge’s Sawyer Stoneman third in 10:23.36. St. Louis won with 29 points, followed by Sanford Meridian (50) and Breckenridge (62).
Bobcats Get First Win of the Season on the Gridiron in St. Louis
ST. LOUIS, MO - The Peru State football team earned its first win on Saturday afternoon at Missouri Baptist 43-32. The Bobcats are now 1-4 overall and the Spartans fall to 0-4 overall. Below is the breakdown of how the game went…. Both teams would have a possession before the...
Friday Night Lights Return
With a total of eight touchdowns, the Falcons started off the season toppling Webster Groves with a 56-14 win on Aug. 25. Senior Elijah Stevens scored two touchdowns for the team. He said the first game of the season is always exciting because of the energy on and off the field.
Justin Ashley Leaves Charlotte Focused on St. Louis Rebound
The Countdown has long been recognized by regular season Top Fuel champion Justin Ashley and the Phillips Connect Toyota Top Fuel dragster team as a marathon and not a sprint. After an early exit today at the Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals, Ashley who will leave the second race of the Countdown in third place is eager to hit his stride next weekend at the NHRA Midwest Nationals in St. Louis. Coming into race day Ashley was qualified No. 7 after opening qualifying as the No. 3 Top Fuel dragster, collecting a qualifying bonus point on Friday night for his 3.698 second pass at 331.61 mph.