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  • Manning27

    Broncos Win Super Bowl 50, 24-10 over Panthers

    If Peyton Manning does retire, he will go out as a Super Bowl champion. Behind the NFL’s best defense all season, the Broncos shut down the highly favored Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50. The Broncos built a 10-0 first quarter lead on an opening drive field goal and a fumble recovery touchdown by Malik Jackson after teammate and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller knocked the ball loose from Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. Miller recorded two and a […]

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    Dan Dierdorf on Pace Making Hall of Fame & Rams Moving to L.A.

    Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne caught up with Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Big Red star Dan Dierdorf. Among the topics they discussed, Orlando Pace being elected to the Hall of Fame and the move of the Rams to Los Angeles.  

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    Tony Irons Restoring the Tradition at Vashon High School

    Like father, like son, Tony Irons has followed in his father Floyd Irons footsteps. Not only is Tony coaching the boys basketball team at Vashon High School, but he has his team off to a 13-4 start this season. The younger is working on restoring the tradition at Vashon, where his father, Floyd won several state championships in basketball.  

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    Total Access Urgent Care Athletes of the Week – Saturday, February 6, 2016

    The Total Access Urgent Care Athletes of the Week for Saturday, February 6, 2016 are all of the local high school athletes that signed national letters of intent this past Wednesday, Numerous local high school seniors will be continuing their sports careers at colleges all over the country.  

  • Edwardsville

    Arby’s/Fox 2 Prep Zone – Friday, February 5, 2016

    This is the Arby’s/Fox 2 Prep Zone for Friday, February 5, 2016. Segment One features highlights of the following high school basketball games: John Burroughs vs Lutheran South, (girls) Incarnate Word vs Webster Groves, (girls) MICDS vs KIrkwood, Chaminade vs Vianney, Hancock vs Valley Park, East St. Louis vs Edwardsville, Westminster vs Lutheran North Segment Two of the Arby’s/Fox 2 Prep Zone feature a recap of National Signing Day for local high school senior student athletes.  

  • Sharks24

    Sharks Bite Blues, 3-1

    The San Jose Sharks came in to Scottrade Center on Thursday night and took a bite out of the Blues, winning 3-1. Second period goals by Joonas Donskoi and Joe Thornton gave San Jose the 2-0 lead. Jay Bouwmeester scored to cut the lead to 2-1 late in the second period. The Sharks Matt Nieto scored in the third period to complete the scoring. The Blues will play game two of their three game home stand on Saturday, February 6th […]

  • Odom24

    Odom Visits St. Louis after Completing his First Recruiting Day at Mizzou

    New Missouri head football coach Barry Odom was in St. Louis on Thursday night, one day after completing his first Signing Day on Wednesday. Odom, stressed to the Mizzou Tiger Club St. Louis at Edward Jones in Manchester that St. Louis will be an important recruiting area for the Tigers.  

  • KirkwoodSigningDay

    Kirkwood Signing Day

    Kirkwood High School waited one day after National Signing Day, but it was worth the wait. 22 student athletes will continue to play their sports in college. Among them, two student athletes, Jordan Roundtree (girls basketball) and Jerod Alton (football) will be attending the University of Missouri beginning this fall. Both athletes are excited to play for their home state university.  

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    Tigers Fall Late to Ole Miss, 76-73

    The Missouri Tigers saw a 71-66 lead evaporate in the final two minutes of the game and lost to Ole Miss, 76-73 on Thursday in Columbia. Mizzou had battled back from a nine point deficit to build that five point lead. Wes Clark paced the Tigers with 20 points. The loss drops Missouri to 1-8 in the SEC and 8-14 overall.  

  • Irons

    Tony Irons Restoring Vashon Basketball Program

    Like father, like son at Vashon High School. Years ago, Floyd Irons led Vashon to numerous state championships. He has since retired, but this year, the school hired Floyd’s son Tony, to run the Wolverines boys basketball program. So far, Vashon is off to a 13-4 start under the younger Irons. Tony is proud to be coaching the school his father took to basketball greatness.  

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    Total Access Urgent Care Athletes of the Week for January 30, 2015 – Eureka’s Alec & Kyran Hagan

    The Total Access Urgent Care Athletes of the Week for Saturday, January 30, 2016 are twin wrestlers, Alec & Kyran Hagan. The two have become dual threats wrestling for Eureka High School. Fox 2 Sports reporter Zac Choate has these talented twin’s story.  

  • Epenesa

    Epenesa to follow in Father’s Footsteps

    Edwardsville football player A.J. Epenesa is considering one, if not the best defensive end in high school football in the country. Epenesa is still just a junior at Edwardsville High School, but he knows where he will play his college football. This week, Epenesa announced he will attend the university that his father played football at, Iowa.