GRAIN VALLEY — In search of an 11th district championship, the Smith-Cotton soccer team rallied in the Class 3, District 13 title game on Thursday, scoring a pair of goals in the second half to win 2-1 over Grain Valley.
Four local football teams kept their season alive by winning last week to begin district play.
There will be a lot of new faces on the State Fair men's basketball roster this season.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri men's basketball team struggled at times on the offensive end in Wednesday's exhibition game at the Hearnes Center against William Jewell College, but the defense shut down the Cardinals in a 72-31...
Stover goalkeeper Alex Haag made one remarkable save after another and for 30 minutes the Bulldogs were within reach of Sacred Heart in the Class 1, District 6 title game at Clover Dell Park on Wednesday, but a flurry of goals late in the first half...
As many as 14 players could see regular playing time for the State Fair woman's basketball team this season.“We have all the pieces to be very good,” said Lady Roadrunners coach Kevin Bucher.
GRAIN VALLEY — Smith-Cotton got a fight from Warrensburg's defense in the first half, but Smith-Cotton used precision passing in the second half to run away with a 5-0 win to advance to Thursday's Class 3, District 13 title...
The Smith-Cotton volleyball team is well represented on All-Region, All-District and All-Conference teams.
David Furnell. left, on behalf of the Furnell family, presents a football signed by the 2014 Smith-Cotton Tigers team to S-C Principal Wade Norton during Monday night's Sedalia 200 Board of Education meeting at the high school. The Furnells...
A dozen Kaysinger Conference volleyball players have been honored by the Missouri High School Volleyball Coaches Association.
The Sacred Heart soccer team advanced to the finals in Class 1, District 6 with a 1-0 win over Smithton on Monday at Clover Dell Park.
Northwest beat Chilhowee 44-40 on Friday in Hughesville to open the 8-man football playoffs.
Smith-Cotton's Gavin Holman took 43rd at the Class 4, District 6 cross country meet Saturday at Ray-Pec.Holman finished in 18:43.Nixa's Marcus Johnson won with a time of 16:35.
The Green Ridge volleyball season came to an end Saturday in New Haven as the Lady Tigers lost 25-16, 25-14 to New Haven in the Class 2 quarterfinals.
COLE CAMP — Comebacks have been the name of the game for Cole Camp volleyball this season and the Lady Bluebirds got another one Saturday against Summit Christian to advance to the Class 1 quarterfinals.
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.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Billy Butler hit a tiebreaking single in a five-run sixth inning, Salvador Perez and Omar Infante drove in two runs each with big hits and the Kansas City Royals won 7-2 over San Francisco on Wednesday night as they...
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.