Smith-Cotton athletes poured into the new Jennie Jaynes Stadium following the official ribbon cutting on Monday. Tigers, Lady Tigers and members of the community got a chance to see the new stadium and take a tour of the locker rooms as well as walk...
The Smith-Cotton track and field team has left the cinder of the old Jennie Jaynes Stadium behind and is three days away from opening the new stadium with its new all-weather track.
Four members of Sedalia Youth Wrestling are heading to the Missouri USA State Tournament March 28 in St. Louis after top-four finishes at the regional tournament on Saturday.8&UnderBrayden Butts
Central Missouri's season came to an end Sunday with a 71-60 loss to Minnesota State-Moorhead in the second round of the NCAA Division II mens basketball tournament.
Smith-Cotton High School teams won many conference titles in the 2013-14 school year, but only baseball stood with an undefeated conference record. Now coming into the 2015 season, the Tigers have high expectations to win the West Central Conference...
The UCM Mules basketball team held off a second-half rally Saturday to beat Northern State 82-72 in the first round of the Division II Tournament in Sioux Falls, S.D.
The Kaysinger Conference softball tournament title has gone to the La Monte Vikings two years in a row, and all but one player returns to the team this season.
Four Smith-Cotton Tigers and one Lady Tiger have earned conference honors.
I envy people who can store their boats beyond winter's grasp, because — at least in theory — they can make their first fishing trip of the new year with little more effort than it takes to hitch up a trailer.
Nine local basketball players have earned Class 3, District 13 honors.Cole Camp's Alex Pritzel, Koby Knievel, Kaleena Logan and Meghan Pitts were all named to the All-District team.
A record of 118-0 and four national titles despite a torn ACL late this past season — all accomplished by a 4-foot-9, 100-pound Smith-Cotton High School graduate.
Kevin Thomas is already on the recruiting trail.
The at-large bid announcement for the NJCAA Division I women's basketball tournament came and went Sunday without the No. 12 State Fair Lady Roadrunners being picked to participate.
Cole Camp senior center Meghan Pitts made official her college choice on Wednesday. Pitts will play basketball next season at Missouri Valley. This past season with the Bluebirds she averaged 10 points and seven rebounds per game. Pictured, front,...
The defending Division II national champion Central Missouri Mules practiced for the final time on their home floor Tuesday before they start the road to an attempted repeat.
A former Smith-Cotton athlete and Northwest coach is taking his basketball team to Mizzou.
Three basketball players from Smith-Cotton received All-District honors following the Class 5, District 9 tournament in Blues Springs.
Sedalia Youth Wrestling sent 14 athletes to compete in the 2015 Missouri USA District 4 Tournament on Saturday in Ray-Pec as four wrestlers took first place and six other placed in the top-six in their age division and weight class.
For the Otterville Eagles, next year will mean a new conference home for its teams.
MOBERLY — Foul trouble for Tipton and streaky shooting for Cairo ended the Lady Cardinals' season Saturday with a 61-51 loss in the Class 3 quarterfinals at Moberly Area Community College.
LEE'S SUMMIT — The shots weren't falling, the defense couldn't make the stops it needed and in the end, the Sacred Heart boys basketball team saw its bid for a second state title end in the quarterfinal with a 61-49 loss to...
Two ranked teams will face off at 1 p.m. Saturday at Lee's Summit High School. No. 6 Sacred Heart (25-3) and No. 8 Mid-Buchanan (28-1) will square off for a chance to advance to the Class 2 semifinals at Mizzou Arena.
As the Smith-Cotton football team prepares to move from the old Jennie Jaynes Stadium to the new one, equipment manager Chad Jackson wanted to see how S-C could be doing things better.
When I looked out of the window this morning, I saw an inch of unexpected snow on top of the tarp covering my boat. Fortunately, time does indeed march on, and we're all a day closer to putting our boats in the water than we were yesterday. That...
KANSAS CITY — Central Oklahoma nearly came back from 15 points down to Central Missouri on Thursday in the MIAA Tournament quarterfinals, but a last second layup went off the side of the backboard to seal the 67-66 win for the Mules.