Three players who teamed up for a district championship in high school will be teaming up again on the State Fair womens basketball roster in 2015-16.
Class 1 at New BloomfieldPlayer Hole TimeLincolnBoone Kroenke 1 8:45Trevor Kroenke 1 8:54Blaine Winkler 1 9:03Tyler Kroenke 1 9:12
KNOB NOSTER — The Class 1, District 12 tennis final came down to the last match on the court and that match at No. 5 singles went to a third set before Warrensburg pulled out the win to take the district title, 5-4, over Knob Noster.
Green Ridge pitcher Justin McCarthy threw a five inning no-hitter as the Tigers beat Otterville 13-0 on Monday.McCarthy walked the first two Eagles he faced, then struck out 14 of the next 15.
Baseball coaches have seeded the Class 5, District 9 tournament in Columbia.
Eight members of the district champion La Monte Lady Vikings were named to the District 14 All-District softball team.
In the Class 1, District 6 track and field meet at Midway on Saturday, Smithton's Isaac Calvert won the 3200 with a time of 10:54.38.Stover's Nelson McCollum was fifth in the 3200.
The Knob Noster tennis team added a conference tournament title to the regular season title it clinched this week, taking 46 points in the Missouri River Valley Conference tournament Thursday at Odessa.
Sacred Heart beat Green Ridge 10-5 on Wednesday in a Kaysinger Conference baseball game at Green Ridge.
Assistant mens basketball coach Josh Sash is leaving the State Fair Roadrunners to take an assistant coaching job at Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, Iowa.
The Knob Noster tennis team capped off its undefeated season with a 5-4 win over Higginsville on Tuesday, in the process snapping the Huskers' run of 19 straight conference titles.
The Smith-Cotton girls soccer team fell 2-0 to St. Pius X on Tuesday.Smith-Cotton won the junior varsity game 3-1.Smith-Cotton (12-7, 6-1 WCC) will host Warrensburg on Thursday.
The Smith-Cotton tennis team fell to Nevada 5-4 on Monday.Nevada was able to pull out a tight No. 3 singles match as Nathan McCall beat S-C's Carter Lapine in a 7-4 tiebreaker.
Windsor fell to Archie 7-1 in the district quarterfinal Monday at Cole Camp.Deja Scott scored the lone run for the Lady Greyhounds.
A lot of softball teams will be seeing familiar faces this week as the spring season moves into the district tournaments,
Knob Noster beat Grain Valley 7-2 on Thursday, pulling out a pair of close singles matches.
Pilot Grove beat Bunceton 12-4 on Thursday, scoring five in the first and at least one run in every inning but the sixth.
The Smith-Cotton girls soccer team beat O'Hara 3-1 on Thursday in Kansas City.Jill Vansell scored all three goals for the Lady Tigers.Smith-Cotton won the junior varsity game 6-2.
Sedalia native Chuck Rodewald ran the London Marathon on Sunday, finishing in 3:29:46.Rodewald finished 6,198th out of about 38,000 runners and 146th of 964 in his age group.
The first three incoming players are in place for the State Fair Roadrunners.
The Smith-Cotton tennis team fell 9-0 to St. Pius X on Tuesday.
Sam Unkel pitched a three inning no hitter as Green Ridge beat Kingsville 15-0 on Tuesday.Unkel struck out five and allowed no walks.
Libby Dove's two-run home run in the eighth inning led Green Ridge to a 4-2 win over Windsor on Monday.It was Dove's second home run of the game.
The Knob Noster tennis team returned to MRVC action Monday, beating Lexington 9-0.
Sacred Heart opened its defense of the Kaysinger Conference baseball tournament title on Saturday with a 10-0 win over Northwest in six innings.