California did not have an answer for Abby Knight on Monday as the Smith-Cotton senior put down 14 kills in a 25-7, 25-16 Lady Tigers win over the Lady Pintos.Knight added two blocks and three digs.
Rain pushed back the start of the Class 2 state golf meet to Tuesday.Smith-Cotton's Ali Bankovich and Olivia Funk will take on the Twin Hills course in Joplin in a 9:30 a.m. shot-gun start.
The Smith-Cotton cross country team took third in the large-school boys division at the Helias Invitational on Saturday. S-C scored 87 points. The Tigers were fourth overall among 23 schools. Jefferson City won the event with 26 points.
Smith-Cotton swimming didn't have a full squad Saturday for the Joe Arbisi Tiger Invitational, so the Tigers took sixth out of 11 teams with 152 points.
The Windsor football team celebrated homecoming with a 48-8 win over Appleton City on Friday.
Northwest fell to Norborne 56-28 in 8-man football on Friday.Norborne jumped out to a 22-16 lead after one quarter before pulling away with 34 points in the second half.
TIPTON — On Tipton's senior night, it was a pair of seniors shouldering the load for the Cardinals' offense during Friday's 32-6 win against Sacred Heart.
Photo gallery by Jason Strickland. These are photos from the Oct. 9 match between Stover and Cole Camp.
The Lincoln Cardinals beat the Harrisburg Bulldogs 60-8 on Friday.
KANSAS CITY — The Smith-Cotton Tigers overcame a raft of penalties, a soggy field and the St. Pius X Warriors in collecting a 21-10 West Central Conference victory Friday night.
For the first time since 2011, the Smith-Cotton girls golf team will be represented in the state meet.Seniors Olivia Funk and Ali Bankovich will be playing in the Class 2 meet, which will begin Monday at Twins Hills in Joplin.
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The La Monte Varsity Cheerleaders competed in the Missouri State Cheerleading Competition last Saturday and placed 10th in the 1A Small Division. Pictured from left to right: (front row) Lindsey Breads, Cathy Butts, Sara Grotzinger, Tori Karigan,...
Windsor beat Sacred Heart in three sets on Thursday, 13-25, 25-23, 26-24.
COLE CAMP — During Saturday's Kaysinger Conference tournament, Cole Camp came back from a set down to beat Stover to advance to the title match.
WARRENSBURG — Injuries have meant the Smith-Cotton volleyball lineup has been juggled around lately, but Thursday the altered lineup clicked in a 25-16, 25-9 win over Warrensburg.
Stover's Jensen Bauer finished 46th in the Class 1 state golf tournament in 2012 and took 28th last season. The junior will compete in her third state tournament Monday and Tuesday at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield.
Thursday's rain has postponed Smith-Cotton's soccer game against Warrensburg.
Cole Camp and the Smith-Cotton 'C' team played to a 2-2 draw on Wednesday.Nik Timoshchuk put the Bluebirds ahead in the first half before S-C's Michael Villarreal equalized later in the half.
The Smith-Cotton swimming team went 4-1 at a meet in Independence on Wednesday. The Tigers beat William Chrisman 168-13, Van Horn 170-11, Lincoln Prep 170-13 and East 173-11. S-C fell to Truman 139-129.
Smithton's Isaac Calvert won the Stover Invitational on Wednesday in a time of 18:21. Teammate Trey Snapp was 13th in 21:20 and Nik Pantyukhin 14th in 21:23.
The season came to an end for a pair of area softball teams as district play opened on Wednesday.In Class 4, District 9, Smith-Cotton fell to Blue Springs South 15-0.
Caleb Reed has completed 60 passes so far this year for 862 yards, often directing those passes toward Blake Jackson. Smith-Cotton's junior quarterback and junior receiver have connected 17 times this year for 238 yards and three...
Sacred Heart's Olivia Sobaski and Stover's Jensen Baur will each make their third appearance in the Class 1 state golf tournament on Monday and Tuesday at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield.
The Sacred Heart Gremlins ran away with a 5-0 win against La Monte on Tuesday.Brandon Cooper got four goals, while Chris Mergen scored one. Tristan Hackworth had 16 saves for La Monte.