The University of Central Missouri mens basketball team fell 82-68 at Lindenwood on Saturday, snapping the Mules' three-game winning streak.Preston Brunz and Kyle Wolf each scored 11 points for UCM. Brennen Hughes added 10.
Cole Camp beat Crest Ridge 60-40 on Friday.After leading 15-13 after one quarter, the Bluebirds held Crest Ridge to three points in the second.
Knob Noster beat Carrollton 61-36 on Friday, outscoring the Trojans 13-5 in the first quarter and extending the lead from there.Lucas Rincker scored 22 points to lead the Panthers. Garnett Williams added nine points.
Windsor beat Northwest 74-53 on Friday.The Greyhounds led 17-8 after one and 31-20 at halftime.Windsor got 16 points from Jakob Erdmann. Quintin Rainner scored 15, Trenton Johnson scored 10 and Josh Nichols added 15.
Sacred Heart beat Tipton 62-44 on Friday to improve to 7-0 in the Kaysinger Conference.The Gremlins led 13-9 after one and Sacred Heart took advantage of poor Cardinal shooting in the second quarter to lead 31-15 at halftime.
Green Ridge pulled out a 76-75 overtime win against Lincoln on Friday as Zac Callahan hit a game-winning shot in traffic off a pass from Eric Ray.Ray hit a shot to tie the game 68-68 at the end of regulation.
The State Fair womens basketball team beat Crowder 70-51 on Wednesday, the Lady Roadrunners' fourth win in a row.
The Tipton boys basketball team scored the first eight points of the game on its way to a 64-26 win against Stover on Monday in Tipton.Bryce Sanders grabbed 11 rebounds for the Cardinals.
Sedalia Youth Wrestling Club hit the mats at Higginsville on Saturday and came back with eight first-place finishes and six second-place finishes.6&UnderCole Boslough 1st Place
Cole Camp beat Northwest 46-23 in a Kaysinger Conference girls basketball game on Friday.The Bluebirds jumped out to a 13-5 lead after one quarter and led 26-11 at halftime.
Cole Camp beat Northwest on the Bluebirds' Court-warming Night 69-33.Cole Camp led 13-12 after one quarter before pulling away in the second quarter.
The Warsaw girls basketball team could not hold off Conway, losing 52-46 Wednesday in the Skyline Tournament.
The Knob Noster Panthers lost 57-33 Tuesday to the Higginsville Huskers.Knob Noster fell behind by 10 at halftime and couldn't mount a comeback.Marquis Traylor led Knob Noster with 12 points and nine rebounds.
The Windsor Greyhounds came away with an 80-72 overtime win Tuesday against Green Ridge. Trenton Johnson led Windsor with 21 points. Quintin Rainner added 18 for the Greyhounds.
The Sacred Heart Gremlins had four players score in double figures on their way to a 78-52 win Tuesday at Cole Camp.
The Lincoln Cardinals beat Stover 64-63 on Tuesday. Lane Johnson led the way for Lincoln with 17 points. Stover's Brock Nolting led all scorers with 23 points.
Smithton scored 20 or more points in each of the final three quarters in an 84-64 win over Otterville on Monday.
Concordia fell to Higginsville 58-48 on Monday.The game was tied 39-39 after three before Higginsville pulled away in the fourth.Cailey Cooper scored 20 points to lead the Lady Orioles. Ellison Brunkhorst added 11 points.
A Marquis Traylor double-double helped Knob Noster get back in the win column, beating Carrollton 46-31 on Thursday.Traylor had 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Smith-Cotton opened the West Central Conference Duals with wins over St. Pius X and Center but fell to Warrensburg 44-17.
JEFFERSON CITY — Helias used its big front line, including 6-5 University of Alabama football recruit Hale Hentges, to outmuscle Smith-Cotton in the Crusaders' 52-41 win Tuesday night.
A Shelby Williams basket with 13 seconds left lifted the Windsor girls basketball team to a 38-36 win over Sacred Heart in a Kaysinger Conference game on Monday.
Central Missouri fell 65-64 at Nebraska-Kearney on Saturday as UNK's Connor Beranek made a pair of free throws in the final minute.
The Smithton boys basketball team beat Northwest 72-38 in the opening round of the Otterville Holiday Classic on Saturday.
Poor shooting and an inability to hold onto the basketball proved costly for the Cole Camp boys basketball team in a 61-33 loss to Butler on Tuesday in the W-K Shootout.