Tuesday, May 30, 2017
 
 
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You can thank this explorer for opening the Southeast of the U.S. for everyone. NewsChannel 9 looks back at Hernando de Soto and rare facets of his life, from history.com.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
For the tenth time in program history, the Missouri State Bears are going to the NCAA Baseball Tournament. In our Bear Nation report, KOLR10's Dan Molloy tells us Missouri State will go to a familiar location and face familiar foes. It took longer than the Bears would have liked, but it was worth the wait. Manager Keith Guttin said he was watching the from a distance, feeling a little uneasy. "I felt like we had a good resume, a lot of positives, but until you see that name up there, anything's possible," Guttin explained. Missouri State heads to Fayetteville as a 2 seed. The Bears will play Oklahoma State Friday afternoon in the regional opener. "We're lucky to go to Fayetteville, two hours away. You get a ton of fans from Springfield coming down, and Oklahoma State is close as well, so it'll be a live atmosphere in Game 1," says Third Basemen Jake Burger. "We cherish it. For a lot of us, it's gonna be our last go-round with each other, so we're just gonna embrace it and have as much fun as possible." The Bears obviously like the easy travel down to Fayetteville this weekend, but they also like the fact that the other three teams in the regional were all regular season opponents this season. "I think being familiar with them will at least make the scouting a little easier, so it won't be trying to get used to a new style of play," says Bears Pitche Bryan Young. It's been a dream season for the Bears, but after stumbling in the conference tournament, they're thankful for the chance to surprise some people on a national stage. The most fun would be Razorback revenge on the same field the Hogs eliminated the Bears two seasons ago. ---------------------------------------------------- In the big leagues yesterday, the Dodgers bashed out three home runs to beat St. Louis 5-1. It's the fifth straight win for LA. In Kansas City the Royals blew two leads as Detroit wins 10-7. The Springfield Cardinals had the night off, in the state baseball semifinals, class one Bell City beat Hurley 3-1.   [READ MORE]
 
Monday D-10 Highlights   [READ MORE]
Sports Monday May 29th
by Clip Syndicate
 
Patrick has highlights from the Stanley Cup playoffs, Alaska youth basketball teams impresses in Nevada, plus the Valdez Halibut Derby   [READ MORE]
Tech Basketball
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Tech Basketball   [READ MORE]
 
Ole Miss, Football Coaching Staff to Deny Majority of 21 NCAA Violations   [READ MORE]
Go 4 It: Air Hockey
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In this edition of Go 4 It Jay Kidwell tried his best at air hockey.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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