Sacred Heart beat Tipton 62-44 on Friday to improve to 7-0 in the Kaysinger Conference.The Gremlins led 13-9 after one and Sacred Heart took advantage of poor Cardinal shooting in the second quarter to lead 31-15 at halftime.
Green Ridge pulled out a 76-75 overtime win against Lincoln on Friday as Zac Callahan hit a game-winning shot in traffic off a pass from Eric Ray.Ray hit a shot to tie the game 68-68 at the end of regulation.
STOVER — Early leads slipped away for Smithton and Stover dominated the paint Friday as the Bulldogs got a 72-55 win on Homecoming.Stover came into the game having lost five straight.
Smith-Cotton could not slow down a powerful Nixa team in a 58-15 loss in the semifinal of the SC/ McDonald's Classic on Friday.
LEBANON — The Smith-Cotton Tigers were bloodied - literally - but fought back to take a 67-52 win Friday night at Lebanon High School.
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Jessica Coble scored six of her 13 points in the fourth quarter to help the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers get a 50-43 win over Parkview on Thursday to advance to the Smith-Cotton Classic semifinals.
COLE CAMP — Warsaw held off a late Cole Camp rally to beat the Bluebirds 65-60 in a non-conference boys basketball game Thursday on the Robert Farrington Court.
The State Fair womens basketball team beat Crowder 70-51 on Wednesday, the Lady Roadrunners' fourth win in a row.
Lincoln battled the Central Missouri Mules for most of Wednesday's game in the Multipurpose Building, but the Mules were able to hang on for a 71-62 win.
It's been nearly two weeks since the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers have taken the floor, but S-C could play as many as three games in three days starting today.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tiger swimming team went 3-3 at Lee's Summit on Tuesday.S-C got convincing wins over Central Academy Excellence, Lincoln College Prep and East High School.
The State Fair Roadrunners lost 106-53 to West Plains on Tuesday.West Plains had four players score in double figures, including three with 17 or more. State Fair shot 30 percent from the field and was out-rebounded 47-32.
The Windsor Lady Greyhounds cruised past Smithton 65-33 on Tuesday.After leading 10-6 after one quarter, the Lady Greyhounds outscored the Lady Tigers 21-12 in the second quarter.
The Smithton Tigers defeated the Windsor Greyhounds 72-67 Tuesday night at Smithton.Smithton was led by Drew Apsher with 31 points. Tanner Powell had 14 and Jeffrey Bell added 10 for the Tigers.
Sacred Heart beat Green Ridge 79-32 on Tuesday at Sacred Heart.The Gremlins jumped out to a 23-10 lead after one quarter and led 51-24 at halftime.
A strong second half lifted Cole Camp past Lincoln 73-60 on Tuesday.The Cardinals led 17-14 after one quarter and 37-35 at halftime before the Bluebirds outscored them 15-8 in the third and 23-15 in the fourth.
Otterville edged Sweet Springs 58-56 on Tuesday.Jake Neal led the Eagles with 24 points.Andrew Krause scored 37 for the Greyhounds.
Sacred Heart beat Green Ridge 64-45 in a Kaysinger Conference girls basketball game Tuesday.The Gremlins jumped out to a 14-6 lead after one quarter and pulled ahead to lead 31-16 at the break.
The Concordia girls basketball team raced past Kingsville 65-27 on Tuesday.Mallory Scherer scored 12 points for the Lady Orioles. Cailey Cooper and Laura Edwards each scored 10.
Sweet Springs beat Otterville 52-21 in girls basketball on Tuesday.Dalanney Stone led the Lady Eagles with 16 points.
The Smith-Cotton girls swimming and diving team went 3-3 at a meet in Lee's Summit on Tuesday.
The Smith-Cotton wrestlers beat Nevada 46-28 and O'Hara 71-6 on Tuesday in West Central Conference duals.
The Smith-Cotton boys JV basketball team used a balanced scoring attack to defeat Marshall, 45-36, Tuesday night at S-C.
The Concordia Orioles got the Wellington-Napoleon Tournament started Monday with an 82-27 loss to the host school.Concordia scored 15 of its 27 points in the first quarter, but allowed 21 points in the opening quarter.