Missouri Tops No. 18 UCLA, 80-71

With an 80-71 win over No. 18 UCLA Saturday afternoon, Mizzou Men's Basketball moves to 9-0 on the season and extends their non-conference home winning streak to 79 games and their nation-best active home winning streak to 24 games. This is the Tigers' first victory over a ranked opponent during their non-conference home winning streak that has spanned almost eight seasons.For the second time this season Jabari Brown, Jordan Clarkson and Earnest Rosseach scored at least 20 points. The big three once again dominated the Tiger scoring, contributing 63 of the team's 80 points. Brown led the group with 22, Clarkson contributed 21 and Ross finished with 20. Ross, a native of Cary, N.C., had one of his most complete performances of the season. The senior battled for possession, disrupted the UCLA defense and was a crucial factor in the Tigers comeback, with 15 of his points coming in the second half.


17 hours 26 min ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Senior Running Back Jared Rennick of the Washington Blue Jays. Jared carried the ball 35 times for 393 yards and a state record nine touchdowns in Friday's 84-57 win over the Holt Indians. For the season, Jared has carried the ball 188 times for 1502 yards, averaging eight yards per carry.

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14 hours 9 min ago

It was a memorable night of record setting high school football for the Washington Blue Jays in Friday's 84-57 win over the Holt Indians.

Here is a rundown...

New single game school records...
Rushing-Jared Rennick-393 yards breaking the old record of 336 by Kyle Summers against Warrenton in 2013.
Scoring-Nine touchdowns breaking the old record of six by Tim Hayes against Kinloch in 1967.