Monthly Archives: March 2011

Making the transition to Mizzou baseball

Last Friday while I covered the Rock Bridge semifinal game against Troy Buchanan, the Missouri baseball team was opening a four-game series against Le Moyne (Syracuse, NY). If Rock Bridge would have won, I would have covered the state final … Continue reading

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Rock Bridge vs. Troy Buchanan, Live Thread

Bragging rights between old AAU teammates will be on the line at 5 p.m. when the Bruins take on Troy Buchanan at Mizzou Arena. Rock Bridge’s run to the semifinals was somewhat unlikely, but it’ll be the favorite to reach … Continue reading

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Rock Bridge boys basketball coming home to Columbia for Class 5 Show-Me Showdown

Rock Bridge beat Branson 57-45 in the Class 5 quarterfinals at Missouri State’s Hammons Center on Saturday. Branson was the last team that had beat the Bruins, back on Jan. 22, but Rock Bridge (24-4) won when it mattered. I … Continue reading

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“All is telling. Do not doubt it.”

I’ve been getting into Cormac McCarthy novels lately. Right now I’m reading The Crossing, the second novel in The Border Trilogy. I just came across this awesome passage very applicable to journalists, even if in context it’s a nihilist ex-priest … Continue reading

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Rock Bridge wins the Class 5 District 9 championship, plays Waynesville in sectional

The Bruins let Jefferson City hang around for three quarters before they stopped playing with their food and won 71-48. It was a pretty balanced effort, but I thought the difference between Travis Jorgenson’s performance and Jeff City guard Jack … Continue reading

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