For the second straight year, the University of Central Missouri Mules will travel to Maryville and face the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats.The Mules jumped out to a 17-0 lead last season, but lost 28-24.
The Sweet Springs volleyball team fell 25-6, 25-10 to Wellington Napoleon on Tuesday.
The Smith-Cotton girls golf team continues to improve its score as the season goes on. The Lady Tigers shot a nine-hole score of 184 on Wednesday to beat Marshall at Indian Foothills Golf Course. Marshall's team score was 234.
Three wins in a row marks the longest winning streak the Smith-Cotton football team has had since 2010, but coach Ryan Boyer isn't getting ahead of himself.
Knob Noster edged Richmond 5-4 in an MRVC tennis match Tuesday in Richmond.
Sacred Heart took third at the California Tournament on Tuesday with a team score of 407, the lowest round the Gremlins have shot as a team this season.
Southern Boone beat Versailles 25-18, 25-16 on Tuesday.Maddy Hibdon had four kills and five digs. Ali Lent had seven kills. Lendie Noltin had nine assists.
Concordia beat KC Lutheran 25-20, 25-19 on Tuesday.Brittany Reinwa had nine kills, five assists and nine digs. Cailey Cooper had 13 digs. Ellison Brunk had five kills.
STOVER — Tuesday's Kaysinger Conference battle between Stover and Green Ridge had both crowds chanting and cheering throughout the three-set match and for good reason.
Sacred Heart beat Lincoln 25-18, 25-13 in Kaysinger Conference volleyball on Tuesday.
The Sacred Heart soccer team fell 4-1 to Southern Boone on Tuesday.
Smithton fell behind twice and twice answered in a 5-2 Kaysinger Conference soccer victory over La Monte on Tuesday.Carlos Cardenas scored off an assist from Jose Cardenas in the second minute.
Brady Smith connected on a deflected cross and put it inside the near post midway through the second half to lead Stover past Green Ridge 1-0 in a Kaysinger Conference soccer game on Tuesday.
HUGHESVILLE — Northwest led early in the first set, but Cole Camp came roaring back for a 25-13, 25-7 win in Kaysinger Conference volleyball on Tuesday.
Cole Camp remained unbeaten on Friday. Unfortunately, so did everybody else.
Two games into the season for most teams, nine remain undefeated among the six divisions in the Paul Klover Soccer Association.
The Smith-Cotton JV football team advanced to the eight yard line with a half minute to play, but watched a fourth down pass fall incomplete Monday night in a 20-14 loss to Pleasant Hill at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
The Knob Noster volleyball team fell 25-15, 25-12 to Oak Grove on Monday.
Green Ridge beat Osceola 25-12, 26-24 in volleyball on Monday.BreAnna Peck had six kills and eight digs. Vanessa Hardy had nine assists. Libby Dove had four blocks. Molly Turner and Sam Unkel each had two aces.
Pilot Grove beat Green Ridge 5-3 on Monday on the strength of 5 2-3 innings of two-hit, seven strikeout ball from Regan Meisenheimer. Brady Rentel came out to close the game for Pilot Grove.
The Knob Noster Lady Panthers edged Odessa 5-4 on Monday.
The Tigers scored three times in the second half as the Smith-Cotton soccer team beat Camdenton 4-1 on Monday.
Stover shut out Jefferson City 3-0 on Monday.Ruben Rubio and Brock Nolting scored first half goals and Triston Dixon added one in the second half.
It took just 20 seconds for Carlos Cardenas to score for the La Monte Vikings in a 6-2 win over Columbia Independent on Monday.
Cole Camp beat Versailles in a non-conference volleyball match 26-24, 25-16 on Monday.
The Smith-Cotton boys swimming and diving team beat Marshall 121-76 but could not quite pull out a win over Warrensburg, falling 135-101 on Monday at the Joe Arbisi Pool. Warrensburg beat Marshall 139-66.
High school golf teams had to adjust to various course and weather conditions Monday at the Sedalia Country Club for the Smith-Cotton Classic. Teams battled windy conditions early on and played in light rain and misty conditions later in the day, but...
Central Missouri running back LaVance Taylor has been named MIAA offensive player of the week.
The Sedalia Select Tigers took first place in the u-11 girls Raytown Tournament in the Woods this past weekend. Front row, from left, Sydney Toops, Eryn Woodard, Bailey Fleming, Emma Siron, Rilee Jackson, Katelyn Shipps. Back row, from left, coach...
The Sweet Springs volleyball team was swept by Maranatha and Barstow and split with Van Horn at the Lone Jack Tournament this weekend.
The Sacred Heart volleyball team took sixth at the Hillcrest Tournament, in Springfield on Saturday.In pool play, the Gremlins split with Stockton, winning first set 25-14 and losing the second 26-24.
The Lincoln cardinals improve to 3-1 on the year with a 44-28 win Friday night over conference opponent Windsor.
Brandon Thoennes has 219 of Cole Camp's 480 rushing yards in a 52-7 win over Fayette on Friday.The Bluebirds scored 14 points in the first quarter, 19 in the second and 19 in the third.
HUGHESVILLE — Northwest running back Garren Powell missed practice all week with an ankle injury, but proved he was ready to play Friday as he scored four touchdowns to lead the Mustangs to a 42-18 win against KC East Christian...
The Smith-Cotton football team beat Pleasant Hill 28-10 on Friday in Pleasant Hill to extend its winning streak to three games.
The Tipton football team won for the second game in a row, beating Harrisburg 46-6 on Friday.
Concordia beat Lone Jack 27-25, 25-22 on Thursday.Brittany Reinwa led the Lady Orioles with six kills and five assists. Meredith Schere, Gloria Guier and Shelby Spalding each had aces.
Knob Noster beat Smithton 25-11, 25-22 in a non-conference volleyball match on Thursday.
The Smith-Cotton softball team fell to Nevada 15-9 Thursday at Vansell Field.After the teams exchanged runs in the first, Smith-Cotton jumped ahead 4-1 in the second thanks to a bases-loaded double by Maddie Kindle.
The Sedalia Select Sting U-13 soccer team won the GSI Fall Cup Sept. 7 at the Polo Fields in Kansas City. The Sting went 4-0 in pool play, outscoring teams 25-4, then beat FC Majestic of Topeka, Kan. in the final.
WARRENSBURG — Thursday's home-opener for the University of Central Missouri Mules was a record-breaking one for running back LaVance Taylor, who punched in three new school records in the 50-31 win over No. 19 Emporia State.
I'm unabashedly fond of catching catfish, and most of the time my method of choice is rod and reel. But when the first hint of fall is in the air and water temperatures are dropping back into the 70's, I get serious about filling my...
WARRENSBURG — Thursday night was all about UCM running back LaVance Taylor, who broke three school records to lead the Mules to a 50-31 win over Emporia State.
La Monte beat Otterville 25-5, 25-5 in non-conference volleyball on Thursday.Sara Grotzinger at one point served seven points in a row for the Lady Vikings and Sandra Arroyo served 14 straight in the first set.
Stover won its second Kaysinger Conference volleyball match of the season, beating Lincoln 25-15, 25-8 on Thursday.
Rain last Friday forced some schedules to change, and that meant a game between Tipton and Windsor was pushed back to Monday.
The Smith-Cotton soccer team scored early, then held on to beat Hickman 1-0 on Thursday at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
The Sacred Heart volleyball team fell 23-25, 25-18, 25-12 on Wednesday to Santa Fe.
Seeking a third consecutive title at the Osage Invitational, the Sacred Heart girls golf team finished second to New Bloomfield at Dogwood Hills Golf Course in Osage Beach Wednesday with a team score of 421.
SMITHTON — The Smithton Tigers tried to keep up with the Sweet Springs Lady Greyhounds on Wednesday, but Sweet Springs pulled away with a 25-14, 25-17 win.