ELDON - Chance Johnson scored 22 points as the Smith-Cotton Tigers scrapped their way to a 65-49 win over Osage in the first round of the 84th Eldon Boys Basketball Tournament.
WINDSOR — Cole Camp held off a late Windsor rally to beat the Greyhounds 66-61 on Thursday in Kaysinger Conference play.
The Tipton Lady Cardinals clinched the Kaysinger Conference regular season crown with a 72-40 win at Green Ridge on Thursday.
Smith-Cotton girls swimming hosted Raymore Peculiar, Marshall and Harrisonville for Thursday's senior night, going 2-1 as a team.
The Knob Noster Panthers defeated the Holden Eagles 61-43 on Thursday in the second round of the Clinton Tournament.
The Sacred Heart girls beat Slater 39-30 Thursday in the Slater Tournament.Sacred Heart led by at least three after every quarter.
The Smith-Cotton Junior High eighth grade boys basketball team dropped a pair of decisions to Warrensburg on Thursday night.In the “A” game, Warrensburg won 44-33. High scorer for S-C was Will Knight with 10 points.
Kelli Tosti spent much of her childhood in central California, moved to Sedalia in seventh grade, was an honors student at Purdue University and has returned to California as the Vice President of Global Manufacturing at Oakley.
Jessica Greer is settling into a new job.After serving as the director of operations with the Arkansas womens soccer team, the Smith-Cotton and Mizzou grad has been named assistant coach at Arkansas State.
University of Missouri Director of Athletics Mike Alden announced Thursday that he will step down from his position effective Aug. 31.
Sedalia Youth wrestlers competed at Lee's Summit Saturday and Sunday. Four wrestlers placed.Parker Brown — 1st PlaceBrayden Butts — 2nd PlaceKolby Thomas — 3rd Place
The Otterville Eagles defeated Southwest Livingston County 45-22 on Wednesday in the Keytesville Tournament.Garret Lynn led Otterville with 18 points.
The Otterville Lady Eagles lost 70-39 to Southwest Livingston County on Wednesday in the Keytesville Tournament.Delanney Stone led Otterville with 19 points.The Lady Eagles will play for third place at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
From the age of five until his death from cancer in 2008, Michael Wayne Bryson had a love for sports.Mike took up soccer, baseball and basketball early on in his life and continued to play the rest of his life.
The No. 16 State Fair Lady Roadrunners avenged a loss from earlier this season by beating No. 8 Iowa Western 77-74 on the road Wednesday.SFCC lost to Iowa Western by three at home on Dec. 2.
Smith-Cotton wrestlers took the mats Tuesday at Blair Oaks and came away with a 69-9 win against Knob Noster and a 47-24 win against Blair Oaks.Blair Oaks beat Knob Noster 57-23.
The La Monte Vikings lost 61-36 to Leeton in the second round of the Leeton Tournament. Leeton is ranked second in Class 2.
STOVER — In what was a close game most of the way, Stover was able to finish strong in a 55-50 win over Northwest on Tuesday. The Bulldogs trailed 47-44 late in the fourth before jumpers by Brady Smith and Lane Avey put them in the lead with...
Lincoln's Lane Johnson drove the lane for the game-winning basket in Tuesday's 69-68 overtime win at Tipton.
The Sacred Heart Gremlins opened the Slater Tournament on Tuesday with a 79-22 win against Fayette.
Cole Camp outscored Green Ridge 30-12 in the third quarter in Tuesday's 71-51 win.The game was tied at 30 at halftime before Cole Camp pulled away.
The Knob Noster Panthers opened play at the Clinton Tournament on Tuesday with a 65-54 loss to Nevada.
A night after going to overtime with Windsor, the Stover girls basketball team found itself in overtime again on Tuesday, this time beating Northwest 37-32.
The Sacred Heart girls lost 50-31 to Glasgow on Tuesday in the first round of the Slater Tournament.
Pilot Grove opened the Slater Tournament with a 70-64 win over Marshall on Monday.