WINDSOR — The Windsor Greyhounds only managed three hits before the seventh inning Saturday as they lost 6-2 to the Pilot Grove Tigers at home.
The Lincoln Cardinals scored eight of their nine runs in the first two innings on the way to a 9-1 win Friday against Bunceton.
LA MONTE — A steady string of hits in several innings and Madison Harris getting out of jams in the pitcher's cirlce led to the La Monte Lady Vikings beating Leeton 9-3 Friday.
GREEN RIDGE — An 11-run second inning helped Green Ridge beat Otterville 15-0 in three innings in a non-conference softball game Friday.
The Missouri Basketball Coaches Association has released its All-State teams with several area players honored.
The Sacred Heart softball team beat Otterville 26-11 at home Thursday.The Gremlins will play at 4:30 p.m. today at Wellington-Napoleon.
The Sacred Heart girls soccer team lost 4-0 to Battle on Thursday.The Gremlins will host Rock Bridge at 5 p.m. today.
The Smith-Cotton girls soccer team won 8-0 at Center on Thursday.Jillian Vansell, Jessica Coble and Olivia Funk each scored two goals. Sydney Mefford and Heidi Treuner each kicked in one goal.
LEETON — Sloan Swearngin allowed just two hits while striking out 15 in a complete game shut out to open the season as Lincoln beat Leeton 3-0 Thursday.
About $10,000 has been raised at each of the first two Devon's Beat 5K events and this year's 5K has expanded to two days.
Knob Noster baseball opened up the Panther Classic with a 6-5 win against Concordia on Thursday.Tucker Judd hit a walk-off single to give the Panthers the win. Judd had two singles in the game.
Last season's Smith-Cotton boys golf team came up just short of a conference title and had three play in sectionals, but this year's group shows the confidence to win a WCC title.
Several area players have earned more postseason honors, being named to the All-District basketball teams as voted upon by the members of the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association.
The Sacred Heart girls soccer team enters 2015 with a lot of youth, sending onto the field a roster which includes two juniors and two seniors, the rest freshmen and sophomores.
Smith-Cotton runners took three gold medals at the UCM Indoor Meet Tuesday in Warrensburg.
State Fair Lady Roadrunners center Alecia Cooley received an honorable mention on the Women's Basketball Coaches Association All-American team.
The Green Ridge softball team beat Concordia 12-5 in five innings Tuesday. Sam Unkel allowed two runs in five innings in the pitcher's circle. She had nine strikeouts and zero walks.
The Smith-Cotton girls soccer team opened its season with a 5-0 win over Moberly Tuesday at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field in a game first delayed, then called in the 58th minute due to weather.
After two weather delays during Tuesday's Smith-Cotton baseball game against Center, the game ended in the bottom of the third inning with a 12-0 win for the Tigers.
Boone Kroenke edged out Will Prenger by a single stroke and Lincoln beat Sacred Heart by three in the team standings by three strokes on Monday in the first golf outing of the season.
Young athletes from more than a half-dozen cities converged to the Smith-Cotton High School gym Saturday to find out where they stack up in agility, strength, jumping ability and speed.
The Smith-Cotton track and field program fired the starter's pistol on a new era Friday with the opening track meet at the new stadium.
GREEN RIDGE — Friday's season opening loss for the Green Ridge Tigers baseball team didn't end until some unusual circumstances interupted.
Last year's Smith-Cotton girls soccer team finished second in the West Central Conference and lost to Blue Springs South in district play.
Six freshmen join a group of 18 players on the Smith-Cotton boys tennis team. Coaches Lensie Means and Heather Clancy hosted camps during the summer in an effort to get more players out this season and with both working in the junior high, were able...