Smith-Cotton hitters led off every inning with a hit and the defense came through when needed in a 7-2 win over Warrensburg on Monday at Dey Field at Liberty Park.
Sacred Heart opened its defense of the Kaysinger Conference baseball tournament title on Saturday with a 10-0 win over Northwest in six innings.
COLE CAMP — A three-run rally in the seventh inning wasn't enough for Cole Camp as Windsor held on for a 5-4 win Saturday in the first round of the Kaysinger Tournament.
After an 8-0 start, the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers soccer team has lost three of their last five games, including a 4-0 loss Friday to Ray-Pec in the S-C Tournament at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field.
Green Ridge softball got 11 strikeouts from Samantha Unkel on Friday against Crest Ridge, but the Lady Cougars edged the Lady Tigers 3-1.
La Monte beat Tipton 17-8 on Thursday.Lindsey Foster and Madison Harris each went 4 for 5. Foster had three doubles and Harris had four singles and three steals.
Knob Noster had a doubles team in the semifinals and singles player Jared Yates in the quarterfinal before running into a tough and talented group from Lee's Summit on Friday at the Smith-Cotton Invitational at the Liberty Park...
Autumn Huddleston, 13, killed a 20 lb. turkey during the state's youth turkey season. Huddleston is the daughter of Ray and Debbie Huddleston of Smithton.
I ended the 2014 spring turkey hunting season frustrated and disgusted. Not only was it the first spring in nearly 20 years that I didn't at least one tag, but — as far as I know — I didn't even come close enough to goof...
A Zac Callahan sacrifice fly in the fifth inning Thursday against Windsor gave Green Ridge the lead and the Tigers held on for a 3-2 win.
Lincoln led 8-4 Thursday against Stover before scoring six in the sixth to win 14-4.Aaron Yearout went 2 for 4 with a pair of RBI. Heath Renno went 2 for 3 with two RBI.
Multiple Smithton players recorded three hits Thursday in an 11-4 win against Northwest.Tristan Staus was a double away from the cycle, while McKenzie Treese went 3 for 4 with two doubles and a single.
Cole Camp scored 19 runs in the first inning Thursday against Sacred Heart and won 22-2.Mackenze Gudde went 3 for 3 with a home run and four RBI. Elizabeth Craig went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs.
The Lincoln golf team shot a 351 to win the Stover Tournament on Thursday. Windsor took second with a 386. Smith-Cotton's junior varsity shot a 393 and Stover shot a 395.
SMITHTON — Northwest put 10 runs on the board in the third inning in a 17-7, five inning win over Smithton on Thursday. The rally broke open a 2-2 game.
A jolt of four runs in the first inning plus slowly adding runs in the final five innings gave Sacred Heart a 10-0 win against Cole Camp on Thursday at Centennial Park.
The Knob Noster boys basketball team will have a new coach in 2015-16 as Dustin Fox will takes over the Panthers. Former coach Adam Easterwood will be the high school assistant principal and activities director.
Sacred Heart golf defeated Fayette by 20 strokes Wednesday at Hail Ridge Golf Course in Boonville.Fayette shot a 201 and the Gremlins shot a 181.
The Smith-Cotton girls soccer team lost 2-1 at Helias on Wednesday.Jessica Coble scores the Lady Tigers' lone goal.S-C was up 1-0 with seven minutes remaining, but Helias scored two quick goals to win.
Knob Noster tennis improved to 10-0 overall and 5-0 in conference play with a 9-0 win Wednesday against Carrollton. The JV team won 7-2.
Mackenze Gudde one-hit Concordia on Wednesday in a 7-0 win for Cole Camp.Gudde struck out 10 and walked six. At the plate, she went 3 for 3 with a home run and three RBI.Meghan Pitts went 2 for 3 with an RBI.
It's been a record-breaking season so far for Smith-Cotton track. Mariona Ward has set school records in two events this season and two relay teams have set new school marks.
The Windsor Greyhounds scored four runs in the fifth inning to beat Kaysinger rival Lincoln 8-4 on Tuesday.Windsor trailed 4-2 before a run in the fourth and the big fifth inning. The Greyhounds added a run in the sixth.
It was a clean sweep for the Smith-Cotton track and field teams Tuesday in the Smith-Cotton Invitational at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
Green Ridge beat La Monte 8-6 on Tuesday.