Missouri Sports Hall of Fame: Former MU star Johnny Roland on the 1966 Sugar Bowl team's induction
Former Missouri football standout Johnny Roland and the rest of the 1966 Sugar Bowl championship team were inducted Sunday into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony in Springfield, Mo.
Jefferson City Track & Field Induction Missouri Sports Hall of Fame
Induction of the Jefferson City High School Track and Field Program into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame at the 2013 Ceremony and dinner, in Springfield, Missouri, Sunday, January 27.
MO Sports Hall of Fame inducts Brian Jordan
SPRINGFIELD, Mo--The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame celebrated baseball and softball Wednesday afternoon at it's annual baseball luncheon.
And the hall also inducted four new members and two programs.
The Webb City softball program, and the Glendale baseball program were inducted.
Also joining the hall, national champion softball pitcher Cindy Henderson Snead.
Southwest Missouri State signed Cindy after a ten pitch tryout in her backyard.
The late Don Provance, Glendale's baseball coach for 29 seasons, was inducted.
As were two St. Louis Cardinals.
The late Joe Ducky Medwick from the Gas House Gang days.
And Brian Jordan who started his 14 year big league career in St. Louis.
Coming in as a rookie we were very young. And it took some time to build up, my first manager was Joe Torre. Just to be a part of the history of St. Louis, you knew you had to return to that winning tradition. We were fortunate enough in 1996 to make that happen again, said Jordan.
We were so used to winning. By that time it wasn't a big deal a national championship. We came back and there was maybe a handful of people there to meet us. But as the years go by you know what an accomplishment that was, said Snead.
The Glendale baseball program is just an manifestation of the Glendale community. Classroom, community and competition. They expect to do well. They don't show up thinking they're going to get beat. It's been that way since 1964. Almost six generations of kids and it started with Don (Provance), said former Glendale coach Mark Stratton.
Dennis Licklider on Jeff City Track & Field Program's Induction into Missouri Sports Hall of Fame
Interview with former long time Jefferson City High School Track and Field Coach Dennis Licklider, Sunday, January 27, 2013 in Springfield, Missouri, before the progam's induction into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. The Jefferson City Jays Track and Field program has not only been arguably the best in the state, but the Midwest over recent decades. The statistics are staggering. Dual Meet record, Invitational Meet titles, District Championships, State qualifiers, State team trophies, State team titles, All-State athletes, State Record setters and holders.
Eldon and Camdenton Volleyball Coach Ann Gulshen's induction into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame
Eldon and Camdenton volleyball coach Ann Gulshen was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in Springfield on March 28. Over the course of her 29-year career, the coach led both programs to numerous conference and district titles while reaching the Final Four eight consecutive years and winning a state title in 1991. Gulshen compiled 704 career victories and became one of the top five winningest coaches in the state of Missouri upon retirement in 2011.
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JQH Arena Open House
Open house on 10/25/08.
Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame honors Lane McConnell
Born and raised on her family’s farm, Lane McConnell founded Farmers Market of the Ozarks with Matt O’Reilly. It’s the only year-round covered market in the Ozarks and was featured on MSN.com, Food52.com and The Daily Meal. McConnell is an agricultural marketing consultant for Agri-Comm Services
In recognition of her efforts, Lane McConnell was inducted into the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame in 2018.
JQH Arena Open House
Another open house video from 10/25/08.
1978 Mount Vernon Football Hall of Fame
I was so happy to be able to attend the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame ceremony in Springfield, MO on October 17, 2018 to represent my dad Coach Pat Wozniak and his 1978 State Championship winning team from Mount Vernon, MO. This video was played to introduce the coaches and players in attendance as they came to the stage to accept their HOF induction.
My dad would have been so proud for these men and I only wish he would have been able to be with us. I know he was grinning from ear to ear as he watched the proceedings from the ultimate sideline in heaven.
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The Missouri Tigers football program represents the University of Missouri (often referred to as Mizzou) in college football and competes in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Since 2012, Missouri has been a member of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and is currently aligned in its Eastern Division. Home games are played at Faurot Field (The Zou) in Columbia, Missouri.
Missouri's football program dates back to 1890, and has appeared in 33 bowl games (including 10 major bowl appearances: 4 Orange Bowls, 3 Cotton Bowls, 2 Sugar Bowls, and 1 Fiesta Bowl). Missouri has won 15 conference titles, 5 division titles, and has 2 national championship selections recognized by the NCAA. Entering the 2017 season, Missouri's all-time record is 671–556–52 (.545).
The team was coached by Gary Pinkel (2001–2015), who has the highest winning percentage of any coach in Missouri football history (setting that mark with his 102nd win at the AT&T Cotton Bowl on January 3, 2014). Pinkel's record with Mizzou after his final game on November 27, 2015, is 118–73 (.618).
2018 USTA Missouri Valley Hall of Fame - Kim Reser
Kim Reser played collegiately at William Jewell University in Liberty, Missouri.
She was the director of adult programs and championships for four years, and then spent 25 years as a volunteer including a decade as part of the USTA Missouri Valley’s Board of Directors. She was also a USTA umpire, and a linejudge for Springfield Lasers’ matches, USTA Pro Circuit events and officiated local events. At the national level, Reser has served on the following national committees: USTA Leagues, USTA Parks and USTA Awards. She is currently the Assistant Director of Parks for the Springfield - Greene County Park Board.
#40 Malachi Stout (RB) Kickapoo High School - Springfield, Missouri
Intercut highlights from the 2014 season - 11th Grade
Hall of Fame Nominees Video 2016
Hall of Fame Nominees Video 2016 - Kickapoo High School
Sam Adams, Nathan Hall, Hannah Cantrell, Samuel Senn, Ka Mak, Justin Thomas, Laura Vierkant, Keaton Thomas
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Video produced and narrated by Kyle Loudis, KHS ChiefTV Broadcast Journalism
It's about people at the Missouri State Senior Games
Hundreds of seniors from all over Missouri spent Sunday in Columbia bowling, swimming, cycling and playing softball as part of the Missouri State Senior Games. KRCG13's Chris Sheppard reports.
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KICKAPOO HIGH SCHOOL TOUR
We give a tour of KHS to a new student. Showing them around and teaching them the ropes of Kickapoo.
Tom Billington 2011 MTCCCA Hall of Fame Inductee 2108
Interview with Tom Billington after his induction into the Missouri Track and Cross Country Coaches Association Hall of Fame, Friday, December 9, 2011 at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia Missouri. Billington, a Raytown native who now coaches at Springfield Catholic, previously coached at Truman High School and ran collegiatley at Southwest Missouri State University.
Route 66 Missouri
After leaving Illinois and entering Missouri, one of the first things you'll see is the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. Our video tour of Route 66 through Missouri will take you to a St. Louis Blues game, atop the St. Louis Wheels, through Maplewood, Des Peres, Cuba, Waynesville, Lebanon, Springfield and Joplin.
We'll show you the murals of Cuba, go inside the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame and even enter Uranus for some fudge. There are a few world's largest items along Route 66 in Missouri as well.
Mitch Holthus, Ned Reynolds and Art Hains talk in Springfield Mo.