As it prepares to defend its West Central Conference championship, the Smith-Cotton wrestling team has the added strength of 20 freshmen coming into the high school program this season.
Several area players have been honored by the Missouri High School Volleyball Coaches Association, which released its All-State teams on Monday.
Every man on the roster scored at least eight points led by 26 from Dondre Alexander as State Fair beat Quakerdale Prep 85-68 on Saturday at the Stone Laser Imaging Classic.
BLUE SPRINGS — Ft. Zumwalt South scored with 21.5 seconds left as the Bulldogs and Smith-Cotton shared third place in Class 3 with a 1-1 tie on Saturday.
BLUE SPRINGS — It took Sacred Heart nearly 38 minutes to get on the scoreboard Saturday, but it only took 28 seconds to take a 2-0 lead just before halftime in a 5-1 win over Crossroads College Prep in the Class 1 third place game.
The State Fair mens basketball team cruised past Westminster 91-47 on Friday in the Stone Laser Imaging Classic at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
BLUE SPRINGS — Missed opportunities and defensive mistakes were costly for Sacred Heart on Friday at Blue Springs High School, as the Gremlins fell 2-1 to the Canton Tigers in the Class 1 semifinals.
Lowell Pilliard, age 11, shot a 9-point buck on Sunday, November 2, 2014, during his first youth deer hunting season. Lowell was accompanied by his grandfather, Bob Reavis, on his grandfather's farm near La Monte.
Landon Walk-Pritchard shot this 8-point buck on November 1, 2014 near Smithton. Landon is the son of Adam Pritchard and Shannon Branham.
Like almost everyone else, I estimate Missouri's firearms deer hunters at somewhere around 500,000. That's a hard number to grasp, so, since Veteran's Day was earlier this week, I thought it might be fun to “draft” deer...
BLUE SPRINGS — The Smith-Cotton soccer team's bid for a state title ended in the Class 3 state semifinal with a 4-2 loss to Webster Groves on Friday.
This soccer season has been a special one in Sedalia. Sacred Heart is making its first appearance in the Final Four and Smith-Cotton is in its first Final Four since 1989.
Sacred Heart football went 6-4 in 2011, 8-4 in 2012 and 7-3 in 2013, but 2014 didn't go as planned for the Gremlins.
The same school which 30 years ago sent the first non-St. Louis area soccer team to the Final Four is back and once again facing a team from St. Louis in the semifinal. The Smith-Cotton Tigers don't mind being the...
A cold blast of air has made its way to the area just in time for semifinal soccer, as Sacred Heart prepares for Canton in its first appearance in the Final Four at 2 p.m. Friday at Blue Springs.
The Lady Legends 16U softball team finished second at the USSSA 16B Tom Turkey Tournament held in Independence on Saturday and Sunday. This team recently moved up from the 14C division to the 16B division, and consist of players from Marshall,...
The State Fair Community College Roadrunners had a chance to win in regulation and tie in overtime, but both shots were off the mark in Tuesday's 88-86 loss to St. Louis Community College.
The State Fair Lady Roadrunners rallied from a 12-point first-half deficit to win 87-74 Tuesday against the St. Louis Community College Lady Archers.
Eight members of the Final Four bound Sacred Heart soccer team were named to the Kaysinger Conference all-conference squad on Monday.
As the Smith-Cotton soccer team counted down the seconds late in the state quarterfinal, about to clinch its first Final Four trip in 25 years, a member of that last S-C team to reach the semifinal stood on the sideline.
Pittsburg State's Jamal Tyler scored a 23-yard touchdown run with two minutes left to beat Central Missouri 38-31 on Saturday.
The State Fair Community College Roadrunners lost 82-74 to Barton College on Saturday in Dodge City, Kan.
INDEPENDENCE — Three goals from Luke Guier including two in two minutes in the first half propelled Smith-Cotton into the Final Four for the third time in school history and the first time since 1989 with a 3-0 win over Van Horn on...
An almost dominating performance Saturday for the Sacred Heart Gremlin soccer team at Clover Dell Park led to a 2-0 win against Laquey, earning the Gremlins their first state semifinal appearance in school history.
Area runners claimed a pair of top-6 spots in the state cross country meet Saturday in Jefferson City.