Capahas open up 125th baseball season

The Caphas are scheduled to play 42 games in 2019.

NASCAR to buy Intl. Speedway, owner of Daytona, Talladega

Heartland Sectional scores from Tuesday

Blues defeat Sharks 5-1 to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1970

Report: Denny Crum recovering from stroke

  Cardinals game postponed due to weather

H.S. Baseball Sectional results

Continued Coverage

  Heartland man to run around the world

Blues edge closer to Stanley Cup Finals appearance after 5-0 win over Sharks

Kennett to play for State Championship softball title

SEMO, SIU softball teams must go through elimination brackets

Binnington sparkles again, Blues top Sharks to tie series

Blues defeat Sharks 2-1 in game four of playoffs

  Heartland Sports catches up with SEMO Hall of Fame coach Ron Shumate

Heartland Sports Director Todd Richards went one-on-one with legendary SEMO basketball coach Ron Shumate.

  Stoddard Co. angler sets record for Black Buffalo

Joshua Lee from Bernie, Missouri caught a whopping 76-pound Black Buffalo sucker-fish

Kennett softball aims for 3rd state championship in the last 6 years

The Lady Indians were the stars of a sendoff Thursday morning.

  SIU Arena renamed Banterra Center under multi-million dollar agreement

It was announced that SIU Arena is now named Banterra Center.

Heartland District Championship H.S. results

Sharks score in OT to beat Blues 5-4, lead series

Missouri lawmakers OK state aid for St. Louis Blues arena

Jackson boys golf team wins State Championship

Top Heartland playoff performances 5/13

Blues defense fuels offense in 4-2 Game 2 win over Sharks

  SEMO Softball heading to Oxford, Mississippi Regional

With family members and fans gathered around the team, Southeast saw their name appear in the Oxford, Mississippi Regional.

Jackson High School golf is state-bound

The Jackson High School golf team is heading to the State tournament this weekend.

  SEMO wins OVC Championship

For the first time in twenty years, the Southeast Missouri Missouri State University Softball team won the OVC Championship.

SEMO Men and Murray State women lead OVC Track & Field Meet

The host Southeast Missouri State men and the Murray State women lead after two days of the 2019 Ohio Valley Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

Evansville beats out SI Miners 9-4

Otters starter Patrick McGuff struck out 12 miners, as Evansville beat the Southern Illinoiis 9-4.

  SEMO Bounces back in OVC Tournament

Southeast must beat the Gamecocks twice to win the OVC Tournament.

  Kennett “Walks-off” to the Final Four

The semifinal game is Friday May 17th.

Ohio Valley Conference softball tournament begins

The 2019 Ohio Valley Conference softball tournament got underway Wednesday in Oxford, Alabama.

  St. Louis Blues win 2-1 over Dallas in 2OT to advance to Western Conference finals

The St. Louis Blues host the Dallas Stars in a winner-take-all game 7 for the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Redhawks softball player and coach named OVC player and coach of the year

Outfielder Rachael Anderson and Head Coach Mark Redburn received top honors from the Ohio Valley Conference in softball.

Report: Country House won’t run in Preakness

There will be no Triple Crown in horse racing this year.

Redhawks win coin flip, gain one seed in OVC

It came down to a coin toss.

Old turf removed at Saluki Stadium

The new turf is expected to be installed and finished, weather permitting, by early August for training camp.

Maximum Security Owner to Appeal Disqualification

After being disqualified following his horse, Maximum Security's win in the Kentucky Derby, owner, Gary West seeks an appeal.

  3 deer become walk-on outfielders by crashing Case Western Reserve University baseball game

You’ve heard of Angels in the Outfield, but what about deer?

  SEMO softball makes school history

The Redhawks swept Morehead State in a doubleheader Friday to set the school record for wins

  SEMO lineman Forbes officially signs with the Cleveland Browns

SEMO star offensive lineman Drew Forbes got picked 189th in the 6th round by the Cleveland Browns on Saturday, April 27.

  Cape Catfish looking for families to house players this summer

The new prospect baseball league in Cape Girardeau is getting ready to start and some of the catfish still need a place to stay.

SEMO softball team sets wins record

The SEMO Softball team tied a Division I school record for most wins in a season Wednesday when the Redhawks beat Saint Louis on the road 3-1.

Omaha Beach scratched from Derby 145

Rick Porter, owner of Omaha Beach, said the condition was discovered Wednesday after the throat of the horse was scoped.

Heartland Softball District scores

H.S. Softball District Semifinals

SIU basketball team adds center from Northwestern

The Southern Illinois University basketball team has signed Barret Benson, a 6-foot-10, 240-pound center from Northwestern.

  Notre Dame wins SEMO Conference Tournament

Notre Dame baseball becomes conference tournament champions.

  SEMO basketball signs John A. Logan guard

The Redhawks signed John A. Logan guard Chris Harris on Tuesday.

  Southeast looking at improvement options for Houck Stadium

Right now, there are no concrete plans on what will be done, but with the stadium nearing its 90th year

Blues defeat Stars 4-3

The St. Louis Blues defeated the Dallas Stars 4-3 Monday night, April 29 to take a two games to one lead in the second round of the Western Conference playoffs.

Missouri softball finals for week of 4/29

Here are softball scores for district tournament week 4/29.

Cardinals’ Alex Reyes breaks left pinkie punching wall

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Alex Reyes broke the pinkie in his non-throwing hand when he punched a wall in frustration after his last start for Triple-A Memphis

Browns’ Denzel Ward gives $10K to alma mater Nordonia High School

The NFL player won the Division II state championship in 2014.

Mizzou’s Drew Lock goes to the Broncos in second round

He was selected 42nd overall.

3 new members named to St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame

The announcement came on Friday night, April 26.

New record largemouth bass caught in KY

The bass was caught in Harlan County on Good Friday, April 19.

Police reportedly called to home of Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill

Police reportedly called to home of Chiefs' Tyreek Hill

3 Bulldogs taken in first round of NFL Draft

The 2019 NFL Draft is packed with Mid-South college stars looking to make their living in The Shield, but, how many, if any, will get the call on the first night in the first round?

Blues get the win over Dallas in round 2 of Western Conference semifinals

Round two of NHL’s Western Conference Playoffs have arrived as St. Louis hosted Dallas in game one on Thursday, April 25.

SEMO Sundancers win first National Championship

The Sundancers earned a 94.54 score, the highest in program history. The team beat the University of Toledo.

UK’s Josh Allen picked seventh by Jacksonville in NFL Draft

Allen picked by Jaguars

Cardinals’ Wainwright and wife adopt baby boy

Adam Wainwright tweeted on Thursday, April 25 that they added a baby boy to their family.

Jackie Stiles leaving Missouri State to coach at Oklahoma

Missouri State women's basketball icon Jackie Stiles is leaving the school to be an assistant coach at Oklahoma

U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team Trials to be held in St. Louis

The men’s and women’s gymnastics teams for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will be named in St. Louis.

20 years ago today: Cardinals’ Tatis hits 2 grand slams in 1 inning

On this day 20 years ago, a Cardinals player made MLB history.

Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha on 10-day Injured List

The right handed pitcher is out for complications with patellar tendinitis in his left knee.

MLS announces plans to expand to 30 teams

Major League Soccer will expand to 30 total teams in the upcoming years

  St. Louis XFL commissioner announces head coach

Jon Hayes was named XFL St. Louis' head coach and general manager.

  10-year-old Cubs fan from Paducah gets special assignment

The one main difference though for the 5th grader from Paducah, Ky. is that he gets asked for his autograph now.

  SEMO men’s basketball assistant coach let go from program

Nick Lagroone was hired on as an assistant coach in July 2016.

Wacha, Cardinals cool off Yelich, beat Brewers 6-3

Michael Wacha cooled off NL MVP Christian Yelich, Matt Carpenter and Marcell Ozuna each went deep, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-3 to avoid being swept

Jets, Blues tied 2-2 heading into game 5

The Winnipeg Jets host the St. Louis Blues in game five of the Western Conference first round with the series tied 2-2

4 London games, 1 in Mexico City on NFL schedule

NFC champion Los Angeles Rams hosts Cincinnati in London for 1 of 5 international games on 2019 schedule

Yelich’s 3 homers lift Brewers past Cardinals, 10-7

Christian Yelich hit three homers, including a pair of three-run shots, and drove in a career-high seven runs to power the Milwaukee Brewers past the St. Louis Cardinals 10-7

  Tiger Woods winning Masters hopes to have more interested in golf

Tiger Woods had a momentous occasion on Sunday. He won the Masters tournament. This was his fifth Masters win and 15th major win.

  SEMO’s Brewer to transfer; 3rd player in off season to leave program

Ledarrius Brewer was the leading scorer for SEMO last season.

Morant named best point guard in the nation

Former Murray State player Ja Morant was named the best point guard in the nation.

Will Wade meets with LSU, NCAA officials

Suspended LSU basketball head coach Will Wade met with university and NCAA officials Friday.

Injured gymnast: ‘My pain is not your entertainment’

A college gymnast is asking social media to stop sharing the video of her devastating leg injuries because "my pain is not your entertainment."

  Notre Dame’s Burger setting national marks

Riley Burger is a junior at Notre Dame Regional High School and is also the number one triple jumper in the nation in her grade.

  Carpenter agrees to 2 year extension with St. Louis Cardinals

Carpenter, 33, is entering his eighth season with the team.

  SIU Hall of Fame coach Hartzog passes away

SIU Track and Field coach Lew Hartzog died on Tuesday night, April 9.