Friday's Silver Tiger game had rain, lightning and overtime, but Smith-Cotton didn't let Warrensburg come to Jennie Jaynes Stadium and steal a win.
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The Versailles volleyball team held off Osage on Thursday, winning the varsity match 25-18, 25-23.Versailles won the junior varsity match in three sets.
Pilot Grove beat Bunceton 8-1 on Thursday, getting two runs in the third, one in the fourth, three in the fifth and two more in the sixth.
A Zion Hartzler goal in 57th minute led Harrisonville to a 1-0 victory over Sacred Heart on Thursday in Harrisonville.
A late interception set up Missouri Western's game-winning touchdown Thursday night at St. Joseph as the Griffons beat the University of Central Missouri Mules 10-9 in the season opener.
The Sacred Heart golf team shot a 235, falling to Warrensburg on Thursday at Warrensburg.The host Tigers shot a 176 with Bailey Yost and Maggie Kohl sharing medalist honors with a 41.
Green Ridge beat Crest Ridge in a non-conference volleyball match 25-18, 25-11 on Thursday in Crest Ridge.
Smith-Cotton faced a Clinton Lady Cardinals team Thursday that it beat in straight sets twice last season, but Clinton gave the Lady Tigers everything they could handle before Smith-Cotton came out with a 25-19, 25-16 win.
The Knob Noster girls tennis team beat Carrollton 7-2 on Thursday.Jessie Yates was pushed in the No. 1 singles match by Carrollton's Shelby Brunscher, but pulled out the 8-6 win.
The Smith-Cotton boys swimming and diving team went 1-2 at Warrensburg on Thursday, falling 96-60 to Warrensburg and 104-55 to St. Pius X and beating Marshall 75-50.
The Sacred Heart volleyball team remained unbeaten with a 25-14, 25-18 win at home over Sweet Springs on Thursday.The Gremlins pulled away early in the first game and overcame a strong second game from the Lady Greyhounds.
The Smithton volleyball team beat Otterville 25-9, 25-12 on Thursday.
The Smith-Cotton golf team carded two personal bests at the Crusader Invitational Wednesday at Meadow Lake Acres in new Bloomfield.
The Knob Noster girls tennis team picked up a 6-3 win over Clinton at home on Wednesday.Freshman Alexis Allen improved to 4-0 with her 8-3 win over Madison Dills at No. 6 singles.
High school football season is just two weeks in, but week 3 is bringing some extra buzz around Smith-Cotton High School.
Two big Kaysinger Conference games and several games involving teams with a chance to move up or avoid moving down in district standings highlight week three of high school football.Windsor at Tipton
The Smith-Cotton tennis team fell 9-0 at home against Jefferson City on Tuesday.Kali Heavener and Maria Slipych fell 8-1 in No. 1 doubles to Esther Ruboneka and Haley Watson.
Smith-Cotton finished fourth in a four-team meet at the Sedalia Country Club on Tuesday, shooting a 212. Helias and Warrensburg both shot a 168 with the Crusaders winning on a tiebreaker. Jefferson City shot a 195.
Versailles volleyball fell in the first set before rebounding for a 21-25, 25-16, 25-19 win at Skyline on Tuesday.
Green Ridge beat Sweet Springs 25-14, 25-12 in a non-conference volleyball match on Tuesday to improve to 2-0.
Green Ridge volleyball beat Sweet Springs 25-14, 25-12 in a non-conference volleyball match on Tuesday to improve to 2-0.
Lincoln volleyball beat Warsaw 25-20 and 25-17 on Tuesday. Allison Spunaugle had seven serving points and two aces. Allyson Williams had three kills.The JV team lost both sets 25-12.
Knob Noster volleyball came from behind to beat Clinton in three sets Tuesday. Clinton won the first set 25-22, but Knob Noster won the second set 25-14 and the third set 25-16.
Stover volleyball beat Eugene in straight sets Tuesday, 25-12 and 25-13.