The Smith-Cotton Tigers swimming team hosted five teams Tuesday and came away with four wins and a loss.The Tigers got wins against Marshall, Hickman, Belton and Battle. The lone loss for Smith-Cotton was to Rock Bridge.
SMITHTON — With 1:24 left in the game on Tuesday, Smithton's Jeffrey Bell took control of a ball on the edge of the penalty box, switched from his left foot to his right to get around a Green Ridge defender and fired a shot past Green...
The Bluebirds have rolled through their schedule so far this season, compiling a 7-0 record after a 28-0 win against Kaysinger Conference foe Tipton.
Northwest fell to Santa Fe 25-23, 25-10 in a non-conference volleyball match on Monday.Lakota Wiskur led the Lady Mustangs with four kills. She also had two aces. Tori Shireman had six digs.
Two second-half goals lifted Smith-Cotton over O'Hara in a West Central Conference soccer match Monday in Kansas City.
Olivia Sobaski is a sectional champion after shooting an 83 in the sectional meet Monday at Paradise Pointe. The Sacred Heart junior beat Smithville's Abby Harmeyer by one stroke. Stover's Jensen Bauer took third with an 85.
The Clinton High JV football team struck first and never relinquished the lead in its 26-22 win Monday over the Smith-Cotton JV at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
Versailles beat Warsaw 25-5, 25-11 on Monday.
Two Smith-Cotton golfers are heading to state.Olivia Funk shot a 91 to claim 12th place in the Class 2, Sectional 3 girls golf meet at Creekmore on Monday in Raymore. Ali Bankovich shot a 94 to take 17th.
CONCORDIA — Mason Kelchner spent the first 70 minutes in goal for the Sacred Heart Gremlins, then came forward to play striker and scored the game winner as the Gremlins beat St. Paul Lutheran 4-3 on Monday.
The Smith-Cotton soccer team beat Branson 2-0 on Saturday.
The Central Missouri football team scored 15 points in the fourth quarter to rally to a 34-31 overtime win over Missouri Southern on Saturday in Joplin.
COLE CAMP — After Green Ridge won the first set against Cole Camp by three points, the Lady Tigers executed their game plan in the second set and ran away with a 25-10 win to take the Kaysinger Conference Tournament crown for the fourth time in...
CLINTON — The Smith-Cotton Tigers revved up their offense in the second quarter in posting a 28-6 win over West Central Conference foe Clinton on Friday night.
COLE CAMP — After a 28-0 win over the Tipton Cardinals, the Cole Camp Bluebirds control their destiny in the Kaysinger Conference title chase.
Lincoln fell 46-38 to Cuba on Friday in a back-and-forth game.
Amber and I were enjoying our after breakfast coffee when she commented, “Sometimes I have a hard time separating how much I like squirrels from how much I like eating squirrels.”
The Versailles Lady Tigers beat Russellville 25-5, 25-7 on Thursday.Ali Lent had 10 aces and three kills. Tessa Edgar had four kills, while Bri Hendrix had two.Versailles will be at Warsaw on Monday.
The Smith-Cotton swimming team went 0-2 at Lee's Summit North on Thursday.The Tigers lost 131-108 to Raymore Peculiar and 170-87 to Lee's Summit North. Lee's summit North beat Ray-Pec 157-91.
COLE CAMP — Sacred Heart was the only team to come through unscathed on the first day of the Kaysinger Conference volleyball tournament on Thursday, beating Stover, Windsor and Lincoln as every other team in the conference dropped at least one...
This week's game between Tipton (3-3, 2-0 Kaysinger) and Cole Camp (6-0, 2-0 Kaysinger) could go on to be the Kaysinger Conference champion, depending on how the Bluebirds do against Lincoln in week 9 and what Tipton does at home against Sacred...
COLUMBIA — In less than a month, Sedalia native Kim Anderson will coach his first game as the head coach of the University of Missouri.
The Sacred Heart volleyball team beat Hickman in three sets Wednesday 17-25, 29-27 & 25-15.
The three game winning streak earlier in the year has given way to a two-game losing streak for the Smith-Cotton football team, but both of those losses were close.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers won beat Center 25-14, 25-17 on Tuesday.