The Tipton Lady Cardinals moved to 24-0 with an 81-47 win against Versailles on Tuesday.Versailles cut Tipton's lead from 26-10 after the first quarter to 39-30 at halftime, but Tipton outscored Versailles 42-17.
Smithton fell to St. Paul 58-27 on Tuesday.Tiffany Bennet led the Lady Saints with 16 points. Rebecca Roepe added 13.Katelyn Smith led the Lady Tigers with seven points. Audry Williams added six.
Marquise Traylor led the way for the Knob Noster Panthers in the first quarter, Garnett Williams took control in the second period, Lucas Rincker drained four 3-pointers in the third quarter and the Panthers held off Carrollton's late rally to...
OTTERVILLE — With Bunceton inbounding the ball with 1:07 left in the game and a one point lead, Otterville's Natalie Schoen swooped in for a steal, leading to a fast break chance and a layup to put the Lady Eagles ahead on their way to a...
Sedalia Youth Wrestling sent several athletes to the Knob Noster Tournament on Sunday with Parker Brown taking first place and three wrestlers finishing second.6&UnderZander Heaton 4th Place
It has happened from time to time this season that a team will lead the Tipton girls at halftime or will have kept the game close up to that point.
Wrestlers around Missouri are about to converge on Columbia.The state wrestling meet opens Thursday at Mizzou Arena with 13 area wrestlers qualified, including four from Smith-Cotton.
With bad weather in the area, several games scheduled for Monday have been postponed.
The State Fair Roadrunners fell 84-48 to Moberly on Saturday as the Greyhounds shot 10 of 27 from 3-point range.
The Smith-Cotton wrestling team is sending four athletes to the state championships.
WARRENSBURG — Three teams shared first place in the MIAA standings heading into Saturday, but the No. 19 University of Central Missouri Mules fended off the Lindenwood Lions to win 58-53 and take over the top spot in the...
Sacred Heart won its eighth conference tournament title, sixth in the last seven years and second in a row, beating Tipton 75-35 on Saturday.
The Lincoln boys basketball team earned fifth place in the Kaysinger Conference Tournament sponsored by W-K Chevrolet with Saturday's 86-78 win against Smithton.The Cardinals raced out to a 45-32 lead at halftime.
The Stover girls basketball team scored 21 points in the fourth quarter Friday to pull away to a 50-44 win over Cole Camp in the third-place game of the Kaysinger Conference Tournament sponsored by W-K Chevrolet.
Claudia Cox scored 24 points, 15 in the first half alone, and Lauron Tanguay scored 19 points, 10 in the fourth quarter alone, as Sacred Heart beat La Monte 67-50 in the fifth-place game of the Kaysinger Conference Tournament.
The Otterville Lady Eagles lost 49-37 Friday at Jamestown.Dalanney Stone led Otterville with 20 points.Otterville will host Bunceton on Tuesday.
The Pilot Grove Lady Tigers beat Prairie Home 84-77 Friday.Melissa Schlotzhauer led Pilot Grove with 25 points and Kerigan Wessing had 22 points.Pilot Grove (16-7, 2-0 CCAA) will play at Jamestown on Tuesday.
The Concordia Orioles lost 71-59 at home Friday to Santa Fe.
The Warsaw girls basketball team fell 78-35 to Versailles on Thursday.The Lady Tigers led 27-11 after one quarter and kept extending the lead after that.Warsaw will visit Lincoln on Monday.
KANSAS CITY - Dante Scroggins had 25 points and 18 rebounds as the Smith-Cotton boys basketball team claimed at least a tie for the West Central Conference title with a 75-60 road win Friday night over O'Hara High.
The Tipton girls basketball team repeated as champions of the Kaysinger Conference Tournament sponsored by W-K Chevrolet, beating Windsor 54-39 on Friday in the title game.
During Friday's practice, the Sacred Heart Gremlins were practicing game situations with game atmosphere sound playing in the gym.
Former Central Missouri running back LaVance Taylor is going pro.Taylor signed with the Ottawa Redblacks of the Canadian Football League on Wednesday.
The Sedalia Youth Wrestling Club participated in a tournament Feb. 7 in Ray-Pec. They took home two second-place finishes, three third-places, two fifth-places and a sixth-place.6&Under
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