Sedalia Missouri Sports

Police in Sedalia, Missouri, are asking the public for help in the search for a 17-year-old girl who was last seen last Friday. A toddler in Sedalia Missouri drowned in a private pond Thursday afternoon, police in the town of Sedia said. On Thursday night, a Missouri infant died after drowning in his own water at an apartment complex.

The incident occurred during a traffic stop, the local newspaper U.S. Local News reported. The Sedalia Police Department responded to a report of a man lying on the roadway on East 17th Street. On Friday, March 18, Sedia police were dispatched to Hubbard Park in North Missouri to report a report of assault on a juvenile.

When Bill and the boys started spending more time on the baseball court at Liberty Park, Alma volunteered to open her home in Sedalia to keep the family closer together.

She was a UCM basketball winner for four years and an athletics champion for one year, was inducted into the St. Louis County Sports Hall of Fame in 2010 and 2011, and was inducted into the SFCC Sports Hall of Fame in 2011. She also led the Roadrunners' concessions and was named the outstanding volunteer of the year by the Missouri High School Athletics Association in 2015. She was a softball player for three years while studying at UCM, but was team captain from 2004 to 2006 when the University of Central Missouri at Kansas City competed in the NCAA Division II National Championship.

Among other achievements, Dey is a member of the St. Louis County Sports Hall of Fame and Missouri High School Athletic Association's Hall of Fame. After graduating, Norris held a job as a high school coach in Missouri and Florida and coached football for two years at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. He also coached basketball, football, golf and baseball while serving as athletic director in Sweet Springs and was baseball coach of the American Legion. His team won the 2003 Legion B Colorado State Championship and he was also Legion of B Denver State Champion in 2005 and 2006.

He has been honored three times with the Missouri Basketball George Edwards Award as the best basketball coach in the state and four times with the St. Louis County Sports Hall of Fame Award.

Perhaps most impressive was that Norris was one of the nation's top three scorers in three consecutive seasons as a senior, with 1,000 points and 2,500 rebounds.

After graduating, he served three years in the Navy and then attended Central Missouri State College (now known as the University of Central Missouri), where he played baseball. He played for the St. Louis Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL) in 1979, 1980 and 1981. After graduating from Central Kansas State University, he played from 1981 to 1983, then served as assistant coach of the U.S. Army National Guard from 1983 to 1985. Curry was a member of the PGA Tour in 1983 and 1985, winning the Phil Cotton Memorial Tournament in 1989, 1990 and 1996, and also played in the USGA Mid-Am Championship in 2005, winning the Missouri Stroke Play Championship with a four-stroke victory in 2004 and a two-stroke victory in his first major championship in 2006, as well as two of his three World Series of Golf.

Thomas continued to play baseball in the offseason and attended college until the 1953 season, when he retired from the game. He played golf at the University of Missouri before returning to Mizzou in the spring after an injury.

While Steve Stoneman - Fisher as Smith won a state championship - is in his blood, the run is in his blood. He set a time that has stood for more than 23 years at the University of Missouri and still holds the indoor 3,000-meter record in Mizzou.

John was a postman eight times for Smith-Cotton, earning three in baseball, basketball and two in football. Bill said he was one of more than 100 players who received a scholarship to play baseball in college. It's hard to imagine Smith playing baseball in Sedalia without the influence of Alma's Bill Dey. He earned eight varieties in his days - four in baseball, two in football and basketball and four in basketball.

He was a three-time S.C. baseball winner and played baseball at Central Missouri State University, where he was an All-American and a member of the Missouri High School Baseball Hall of Fame. Swain graduated from the University of Missouri in political science and then moved to Southwest Missouri State University to earn a two-year degree in football. Mike, who also played baseball and basketball for the S-C, received a scholarship to Missouri Western State College, a four-year college in Kansas City.

He worked for KDRO Radio for four years before moving to the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism. Jim teaches physical education and health at St. Louis Community College, a four-year college in Kansas City.

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