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Red hot Mercado emerging as center field prospect

All-Access: Missouri State Softball

Weather forecast leads Arkansas to close Spring game to the public

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Walk off wild pitch lifts Naturals over Springfield 4-3

Dolphins draft Missouri DE Charles Harris in 1st round

Chiefs trade up in NFL Draft to pick QB Pat Mahomes

Robin Thompson to transfer from Missouri State

Carpenter's slam in 11th lifts Cardinals over Blue Jays

Pitching duo embodies turnaround at Plato

Drury women add 6-1 Ball State transfer

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