Central Bank/KRCG Tailgates

Newsted trying to
continue tradition built
by Bennett at Centralia

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. --- It's time once again to tailgate!

For the 11th straight year, a Central Bank/KRCG Tailgate will be coming to a high school near you, including this Friday night prior to the Jefferson City Jays-St. Louis University High clash at Adkins Stadium.

The first tailgate was held Sept. 1 at Helias, and subsequent tailgates be held prior to the Hallsville at California game on Sept. 22, and California at Blair Oaks on Oct.  6. All tailgates run from 5-6:30 p.m. Paying fans will receive a free T-shirt, quarter pound hot dog, Hy-Vee chips and Coke and/or Pepsi products. Fans are advised to arrive early while supplies last.

In the first 10 years, Central Bank has given away more than 53,000 T-shirts and too many hot dogs to count.

Margaret Romph benefit

golf tourney set for Sept. 24

A true 'home' opener for Helias

Tigers produce futile,

embarrassing effort

in 35-3 loss to Purdue

Loeffler's Link powered by

Midwest Block & Brick

‚Äčand the other great area businesses below. Please support them, just as they support our local athletes!

The 8th annual Margaret Romph Golf Tournament will be held Sunday, Sept. 24, at Turkey Creek Golf  Center.

Cost for the four-person scramble is $75 per player for the 2 p.m. shotgun start. There will be cash prizes, a silent auction, nine closest to the pin contests, and a $10,000 hole in one prize. Entry fee also includes food and drinks throughout the day.

You can register online at www.miracles4margaret.org. To enter or for more information, you can also call or text Eric Gragg at 573-694-1459, or go to www.caringbridge.org/visit/margaretromph, www.facebook.com/miracles4margaret, or www.facebook.com/littleboxofsunshine. 

All proceeds go toward the care and recovery of Margaret Romph, who was seriously injured in a car accident in 2009 when she was only 5 years-old.

Tom Loeffler

An overflow crowd of more than 3,000 fans squeezed into the new Ray Hentges Stadium on Aug. 18 at Helias. It was the first true "home" game in the history of the program after a 60-year "road" trip.