Yordano Ventura was tossed in the fourth inning after hitting Brett Lawrie with a pitch.
The Griffon defense forced four turnovers Saturday.
Former Western golfer Brice Garnett is tied for 5th at the RBC Heritage.
Midwest Storm Cheers level five team earns a bid to worlds after competing together for less than a year.
Former Stanberry head football coach Dan Collins lands in Barnard.
The Cardinals scored five unanswered runs on the way to a 7-6 come from behind win.
The Royals fall 8-5 to the Twins Thursday afternoon.
The St. Joseph Mustangs will hold a fan fest at East Hills Mall on May 26.
Benton's Chaz Verduzco signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Southwest Baptist Thursday morning.
Kansas City moves to 7-1 on the season.
Former Missouri Western shortstop Michael Schulze signs a two-year contract with the Schaumburg Boomers of the Frontier League.
Benton senior Mallory McAndrews signed her letter of intent to play basketball at Northwest Missouri State on Wednesday afternoon.
Savannah's Chase Simpson drove in the go-ahead run on a sixth inning single.
Kathy Grossman has been coaching since 1999 and her athletes couldn't be more appreciative.
Despite playing in two different countries, Michael Hill and Travis Partridge continue to workout together each off-season.
The Royals said Rios suffered the fracture when he was hit by a pitch in the eighth inning of Monday's 12-3 win in Minnesota.
Mark Rosewell becomes 2nd MIAA coach in history to reach 1,000 wins.
Jay White is moving on from Western to join the Chiefs' staff.
Rosewell's lands at win 999 after facing Southwest Baptist Saturday.
Banks Born allowed two earned runs on the way to a complete game win Saturday afternoon.
The Indians scored five times in the seventh to beat Grandview.
Former Missouri Western Griffon Michael Schulze played 105 games for the Peoria Chiefs last season.
Kansas City opens the season on a three-game win streak.
Collin Jasper is the first Troy boys basketball player to sign a letter of intent since 1995.
Lorenzo Cain's home run in the bottom of the eighth put Kansas City in front.
Missouri Western's Tiffany Gillaspy and Northwest's Stephanie Mark are two of 25 finalists for the NFCA Player of the Year award.
ATG Sports Facilities Construction will break ground on Lathrop's new sports complex May 1.
Trojan baseball may have lost some strong seniors, but the new leaders are moving in nicely.
Alex Rios went 3-4 with a home run in his first game with Kansas City, while Kendrys Morales drew three walks and scored twice.
Kansas City Royals fans are experiencing the sticker shock that comes from winning.
A Central High School football coach creates a website for the history of Central football.
The Royals sign Yordano Ventura to a five-year contract, with two one-year club options.
Nikko Pablo only allowed two earned runs in a complete game win.
Pending board approval from each PVC school, the 275 Conference will feature nine football teams and 15 basketball teams.
The Fighting Irish won in walk-off fashion over the Spoofhounds Thursday.
Michael Hill is ready to compete in Washington Redskins camp this summer.
Tony Miles, Clint Prange and Kathy (Kearns) Behounek will enter the MIAA Hall of Fame on June 3.
Mark Rosewell has won 994 tennis matches throughout his career.
Savages Kelby Williams and Ava Peterson move up to play volleyball at the college level.
Wes Barnett is the USOC's new director of international games.
Kevin Handzlik drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the tenth inning Tuesday afternoon.
Northwest won the opening game 9-6, while Missouri Western took the second contest 2-0.
Blake McFadden has been named as the team's pitching coach for the 2015 season.
Missouri and Kansas Basketball scores
Free agent running back Michael Hill signed with the Washington Redskins on Monday.
Missouri Western outscored Lincoln 17-0 on Saturday.
St. Joe boxers Galen Brown and Byron Polley will face each other in the Battle at the Ballpark in June.
Anthony Caenepeel threw his first complete game of the season on Friday.
Missouri Western beat Lindenwood 5-2 and 6-4 Friday to increase their win streak to 14 games in a row.
The Griffons were limited to four hits in an 8-0 loss to Missouri Southern.