WARRENSBURG — The UCM Mules basketball team got tested against Division III Westminster on Saturday, but the Mules kept putting numerous scoring weapons on the floor and it led to 91-68 win.
The Knob Noster Panthers dropped the first game of the boys basketball season 50-44 to Clinton on Tuesday.
Bailey Rollins has made her college choice official. Windsor's senior point guard will play basketball next year at William Woods.
Heading into Friday and Saturday's Moberly Classic, the State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners are 8-2.
The Sacred Heart girls opened the basketball season with a 56-45 loss at Crest Ridge on Tuesday.
Leeton moved to 2-0 on the season with a 56-36 win at home against Stover (0-1) on Tuesday.Dylan Swabby scored 19 of his game-high 21 points in the first half. Leeton took a 33-11 lead into the halftime break.
PILOT GROVE — Smithton's Drew Apsher and Pilot Grove's Mason Schlotzhauer combined to score 64 points in Tuesday's 81-77 win for Pilot Grove.
Windsor beat Otterville 74-38 on Tuesday as 11 different players scored for the Greyhounds.Trenton Johnson led Windsor with 29 points. Jonathan Schuler added 11. Quintin Rainner was in double digits in rebounds for Windsor.
Cole Camp beat School of the Osage 58-47 on Tuesday.The Bluebirds led 28-22 at the half and outscored Osage 23-11 in the third quarter.
OTTERVILLE — An early full-court press and an effective zone later on in the game led the Windsor girls basketball team to a 62-25 win over Otterville on Tuesday.
The defending Class 2 state champion Sacred Heart Gremlins opened the 2014-15 season with a 75-25 win over Crest Ridge on Tuesday.
PILOT GROVE — The Pilot Grove Lady Tigers dominated Smithton on Tuesday in a 63-20 win.Kerigan Wessing led Pilot Grove with 19 points. Allison Weekley and Melissa Schlotzhauer scores 13 and 12, respectively.
Cole Camp rallied but fell to La Monte 46-44 on Monday.The Lady Vikings scored 22 points in the first quarter before Cole Camp came back. However the Bluebirds could only get to within two.
A strong second quarter led Windsor to a 53-19 win over Lincoln on Monday.The Lady Greyhounds led 8-4 after one quarter and outscored the Lady Cardinals 21-0 in the second.
Smithton raced past Concordia 79-39 on Monday to open the boys basketball season.The Tigers led 34-9 after one quarter.Drew Apsher scored 26 to lead the Tigers. Jeff Bell added 15 and Brandon Amos scored 13.
Cole Camp was in control the whole way and opened the Dan Schnell era with a 60-28 win over La Monte on Monday.Alex Pritzel scored 20 points to lead the Bluebirds. Koby Knievel added 19.
The Tipton girls basketball team pulled away in the third and fourth quarters to beat Southern Boone 64-55 on Monday.
COLUMBIA — The Smith-Cotton Tigers got out to a strong start, but Hickman's Jimmy Whitt took over in the second quarter as the Kewpies cruised to a 76-30 win in S-C's season opener.
The Smith-Cotton girls basketball team could not hold a nine-point halftime lead, falling to Marshall 43-41 to open the 2014-15 season.
Head Coach: Elizabeth Bennet, second year2013-14 Record: 8-17, 2-5 CCAA
Head Coach: Brad Forrest, seventh year2013-14 Record: 20-7, 8-1 Kaysinger, conference regular season co-champions
Head Coach: Darrin Walk, first year2013-14 Record: 5-19, 3-6 Kaysinger
Two soccer coaches from Sedalia have been recognized as region coaches of the year.
Stefan Cox, Jimmy Villalobos and Clint Spangler helped lead the Sacred Heart Gremlins to a 31-0 record and a Class 2 state title last season, but a new group of three seniors will lead the 2014-15 Gremlins.
Head Coach: Jason Culpepper, third year at Tipton2013-14 Record: 21-6, 8-1 Kaysinger, Conference Tournament champions, Conference regular season co-champions
The 2013-14 season for Smith Cotton girls basketball team was young and inexperienced, which translated into an 8-16 record.
Head Coach: Jason Ollison2013-14 Record: 13-11, 5-4 KaysingerWho's Back: Tom Dove, Hunter Niceswander, Connor Dillon, Peyton Needy
Head Coach: Mike Baker, first year at Stover2013-14 Record: 9-16, 2-6 Kaysinger
Head Coach: Steve Lasman, second year at Otterville2013-14 Record: 8-17, 2-5 CCAA
Head Coach: Dan Schnell2013-14 Record: 11-14, 6-2 Kaysinger
Head Coach: Adam Easterwood, 10 years at Knob Noster2013-14 Record: 23-4, 8-2 MRVC
Head Coach: Brent Behler, fourth year2013-14 Record: 11-13, 4-4 Kaysinger
Warsaw Lady WildcatsHead Coach: Cody Morgan, first year2013-14 Record: 2-23, 0-7 Tri-County
Head Coach: Ernie Haag, 24th year.2013-14 Record: 16-9, 6-2 Kaysinger
High School basketball districts for the 2014-15 seasonClass 1, District 8 at NorthwestCalhounChilhoweeGreen RidgeKingsville
Here are the Kaysinger Conference tournament winners. The first team listed is the boys champions. The second team is the girls winner. The girls tournament began in 1977.
Dondre Alexander's 33 points were not enough as the State Fair mens basketball team fell 100-83 to the William Penn JV team on Saturday in Ottumwa, Iowa.
It took two overtimes, but Missouri Valley beat Northwestern (Iowa) 20-17 on Saturday int he first round of the NAIA football tournament.
WARRENSBURG — The Division II defending national champion UCM Mules found themselves trailing late in the first half to Division III Westminster College, but 3-pointers from redshirt freshman Brad Woodson and defensive pressure helped lead UCM...
After losing 2-1 to Canton in the Class 1 soccer semifinals, the Sacred Heart Gremlins were noticeably shaken after missing their chance of advancing to the title game.
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After having one of the best soccer season's in Smith-Cotton history, seven Tigers earned West Central Conference honors.
Three Smith-Cotton soccer players have been named to the All-Region team with one taking home defensive player of the year honors.
Central Missouri running back LaVance Taylor is on the ballot for the Harlan Hill Trophy. The trophy is awarded each season to the top player in Division II.
The State Fair Lady Roadrunners are riding high after an 8-0 start, including four double-digit wins.
The start of the 2014-15 season for the State Fair Community College Roadrunners hasn't been easy. A young and small roster, as far as numbers, was one of the difficulties the Roadrunners face and it was one reason for an 0-5...
Abby Knight is heading to Eastern Illinois.
Green Ridge senior Libby Dove announced her intention to play volleyball at William Woods College. Dove was named first-team all-state this week after helping the Lady Tigers capture the Kaysinger Conference Tournament championship and a district...
Last season's Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers swimming team earned third place in the West Central Conference, but more swimmers could mean more points to be had this season.
Former Smith-Cotton football coach Mark Johnson will be honored by the Missouri Football Coaches Association.