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Latasha Wilson, 19, of Warrensburg, was charged with abandonment of a corpse. Zakary Carter, 20, also of Warrensburg, was charged with tampering with physical evidence.
In the end, Ben Vinyard and the Rogersville Wildcats were breathing a sigh of relief.
The play wasn't designed to go to Tyson Batiste, but he won't be apologizing for taking the shot.
Nixa finally has all its pieces, and the Eagles put them together Thursday. Jacob Ruder scored 26 points and Nixa shot a staggering 68 percent from the field while drilling Ozark 82-49 in the Class 5 District 11 semifinal at Ozark High School.
Most of the accolades found their way to others. Chris Kendrix made sure of it. After all, there was Willard's Levi McGinnis with a fourth-quarter steal and layup to break a tie -- and drama-filled -- game.
Rock Bridge senior forward Audrey Holt holds onto the ball during their Class 5, District 9 semifinals game against Jefferson City on Thursday at Rock Bridge High School.
Hickman's Emily Miller shoots between Camdenton's Bailey Rezabek, left, and Alyssa Ripley in the Class 5, District 9 semifinal game Thursday at Rock Bridge High School.
Isaiah Wilson pauses when he thinks about his place on the team. He bites his lower lip.
It gets even worse, Missouri --- the school's second-best player, perhaps, isn't even on this year's varsity roster.
Orrick coach Mitch Comstock said his four Lady Bearcat seniors deserved a better end to their high school careers.
You couldn't have packed any more drama into two seconds if you tried. Playoff game, tie score, drive to the basket and a shot followed by a whistle.
If it was a slow start for the Crane boys basketball team Wednesday, then the Pirates appear ready to make a run to the Class 2 final four.
Hermann's girls advanced to the Class 3 state quarterfinals with a 62-43 win over Cardinal Ritter of St. Louis Wednesday night in the sectional at St. Charles West High School.
Despite trailing most of the night, the Bolivar Lady Liberators came up with plays when they needed them the most in the Class 4 District 10 semifinals Tuesday night.
St. Elizabeth still had a chance. It trailed Walnut Grove by just seven points at halftime of Tuesday's Class 1 sectional game at the Meyer Center and had the ball to open the third quarter.
Connor Ratcliff and the Parkview Vikings walked out of The Pit a week ago breathing a sigh of relief and vowing not to let the Central Bulldogs even think about ending their season.