First round District scoresClass 5, District 6Smith-Cotton 19, Ruskin 12Class 3, District 3Mountain Grove 38, Warsaw 0
Smith-Cotton's defense recovered a fumble, picked off three passes and knocked away Ruskin's last chance at the goalline in a 19-12 district playoff win Friday in what is likely the last game at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
CENTERVIEW — Windsor went down by double digits three times Friday night and answered with scores each time, but Crest Ridge never gave up the lead in a 26-20 win.
The Smith-Cotton boys swimming team had five swimmers recorded personal bests Thursday as the Tigers took third in the West Central Conference meet at the Joe Arbisi Memorial Pool.
The Stover soccer team beat Iberia 3-2 on senior night Thursday in Stover.
It's week 10.No matter how a high school football team's season has gone up to this point, whether it's 8-1 or 1-8, everything from here on out is single elimination. Teams now have no room for mistakes.
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The Smith-Cotton soccer team beat Clinton 2-1 in overtime on Wednesday as Jordan Lawson equalized in the 75th minute, then scored the game winner with a minute left in the first overtime.
The Smith-Cotton volleyball team got within two points of a district title, but could not hold off Rock Bridge as the Bruins won Class 4, District 9 over the Lady Tigers on Wednesday, 17-25, 25-23, 25-22.
The Gremlins and Crusaders went to two overtimes Wednesday to decide a winner and Sacred Heart came away with a 2-1 win.
The Green Ridge volleyball team now knows who it will be playing in Saturday's sectionals. The Lady Tigers will take on Osceola, which has knocked Green Ridge out of the district tournament the past two years.
The Cole Camp Lady Bluebirds are the Class 2, District 13 champions after defeating Adrian 26-24, 24-26, 25-17 on Wednesday in Holden.Bailey Heimsoth, Alyssa Oelrichs and Kaleena Logan each got a double-double for Cole Camp.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri basketball team failed to make the NCAA Tournament last season with a 23-11 record, but a number of fresh faces have joined the Tiger program.Of course, that's an understatement.
The Smith-Cotton volleyball team is in the Class 4, District 9 final after a 25-17, 25-16 semifinal win over Hannibal.
GREEN RIDGE — Stover and Green Ridge battled to the wire in all three sets Tuesday in the Class 1, District 10 tournament, but it was the Lady Tigers coming up victorious in the final two sets to advance to Saturday's sectional...
The Cole Camp soccer team beat Columbia Independent on Tuesday 3-0 in a non-conference game in Columbia.The Bluebirds' Tessia Balke opened the scoring in the first half.
HOLDEN — The Cole Camp Bluebirds moved into the final of Class 2, District 13 with a 25-16, 25-13 win over Knob Noster on Tuesday.
Stover beat La Monte 25-9, 25-18 in district play Monday at Green Ridge.
The Smith-Cotton boys cross country team placed five runners in the top 15 to take second at the West Central Conference meet Monday at Clover Dell Park.
Knob Noster beat Windsor 25-22, 25-19 in the opening round of the district volleyball tournament Monday in Holden.
Smith-Cotton will host a playoff game in what could be the final game played at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
WARRENSBURG — UCM defensive end Jason Venckus sniffed out Central Oklahoma's reverse on the second play of the game and made the tackle for a loss of 10 to help force a three-and-out.
COLE CAMP — After losing its first game of the season last week at Osceola, Cole Camp returned home Friday and took their frustration out on Lincoln in a 52-20 win against Lincoln to win the Kaysinger Conference title.
Coming into week 9, the Center Yellowjackets averaged 28 points per game. Smith-Cotton held the two-time defending West Central Conference champions to a quarter of that in a 12-7 win Friday at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
Stover opened its own soccer invitational with a 5-0 win over Calvary Lutheran on Friday.Brock Nolting and Ruben Rubio each scored twice and Garrett Goetze added a goal of his own in the win.