The Knob Noster boys basketball team beat Concordia 64-45 on Friday in Knob Noster.The Panthers jumped out to a 19-7 lead after one quarter and led 33-21 at halftime.
Hot shooting from several different players sparked a late run as La Monte beat Northwest 62-40 at the W-K Shootout Friday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Mariah Harper scored 16 points — 10 in the fourth quarter alone — as the Northwest girls basketball team beat La Monte 39-24 in the W-K Shootout Friday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
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Smithton scored at least 20 points in every quarter but the second in an 87-73 win over Fayette on Thursday.
The Knob Noster girls basketball team fell 45-32 to Holden on Thursday.
Cole Camp beat Warsaw 58-29 on Thursday, outscoring the visiting Lady Wildcats 19-2 in the first quarter and 38-6 in the first half.
The Smith-Cotton girls basketball team fell to Hickman 58-24 on Thursday.Hickman led 36-14 at the half and pulled away from there.Kirby Lewellyn led S-C with eight points and Abby Perkins added six.
Tipton held Centralia to eight points in the final quarter to rally to a 57-50 win on the road Thursday.
Central Oklahoma pulled away in the second half to beat UCM 72-57 on Thursday.The game was tied 34-34 at the half before Central Oklahoma outscored the Mules 38-23 in the final 20 minutes.
The Green Ridge girls basketball team turned things around on offense after a tough first quarter and kept its defense strong in a 43-26 win over Lakeland on Thursday in the W-K Shootout.
Brennan Scanlon wanted to raise the level of play on defense when he took over the Smith-Cotton boys basketball team.
Central Missouri senior running back LaVance Taylor has been named to the Daktronics All-America second-team.The All-America honor comes after Taylor was already named first-team all-region and first-team all-conference.
The Cole Camp boys basketball team fell at Versailles 66-48 on Tuesday.Trey Woods and Michael Allen each scored 22 points for Versailles with Hunter Edgar adding 11.
CLINTON — Kirby Lewellyn hit a 3-pointer to tie the game with 17 seconds left in regulation Tuesday, then buried another to start overtime as the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers held on for a 55-54 road win against Clinton.
La Monte fell to a tough Leeton team at home on Tuesday 70-33.Tristan Hackworth scored 12 points to lead the Vikings. Juan Barajas added seven. Joe Arnett led La Monte with six rebounds.
KNOB NOSTER — Lucas Rincker shot the long ball and Garnett Williams drove to the bucket, scoring 17 and 19, respectively, as the Knob Noster Panthers got a 62-51 win against conference foe Richmond on Tuesday.
The Smith-Cotton swimming and diving team was 4-0 on Tuesday, beating Lincoln College Prep 201-33, Grandview 163-114, East 210-8 and Central Academy Excellence 210-4.
Tipton beat Smithton 77-11 in kaysinger Conference girls basketball on Tuesday.The Cardinals led 47-5 at halftime.Ashton Pace led Tipton with 20 points. Destiny Dowell added 19. Angela Petree and Alyson Brant each scored 10.
Chance Johnson had 21 points before his fourth-quarter ejection, and Keoni Hale picked for his teammate and finished with 20 points as Smith-Cotton defeated Clinton, 78-61, in a West Central Conference showdown.
The Sacred Heart boys basketball team opened the game with a 22 point barrage and kept going from there, beating Concordia 86-37 on Tuesday.
The Sacred Heart girls basketball team beat Concordia 54-45 on Tuesday.
The Pilot Grove Tigers beat the Concordia Orioles 69-47 on Monday.
Cole Camp held off a late run by St. Paul Lutheran to pull out a 50-47 win on Monday.The Bluebirds got 20 points from Kaleena Logan and 13 from Meghan Pitts. MacKenze Gudde added six.Cole Camp (3-4) will visit Warsaw on Thursday.
The Sacred Heart girls basketball team cruised to an 82-40 win over Warsaw on Monday.The Gremlins jumped out to a 32-5 lead after one quarter and kept building the lead from there.