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 Knob Noster Panthers boys tennis team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 9-0 win at Odessa on Tuesday.
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 Sacred Heart Gremlins beat Sweet Springs 7-0 Tuesday in a weather-shortened game.Chance Spangler threw three no-hit innings for the Gremlins. The game was called because of lightning after three and a half innings.
The Northwest Mustangs beat Santa Fe 1-0 in five innings Tuesday in a weather-shortened game.Truman Leicher pitched five scoreless innings, giving up two hits and striking out 10.
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.
The St. Elizabeth baseball team scored six runs in the top of the first in a 6-4 win over Tipton on Monday.
Six members of the Smith-Cotton softball team received Academic All-State honors.
Sacred Heart beat Crest Ridge 14-0 on Monday to open the baseball season.The Gremlins had 14 runs on eight hits in the five inning game.
Cole Camp broke a tie with a run in the bottom of the fourth to beat Otterville 2-1 on Monday.
The Smithton Lady Tigers defeated the Concordia Orioles on Monday night 13-3.McKenzie Treese had nine strikeouts for the Lady Tigers and Katelyn Smith scored three runs for Smithton.
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.
The Knob Noster tennis team shut out Smith-Cotton 9-0 Monday at the Liberty Park courts.S-C freshman David Cho pushed Knob Noster's Kyle Zimmerschied in the No. 1 singles match before falling 8-5.
Smith-Cotton opened its West Central Conference title defense with an 11-1 win over St. Pius X on Monday in Kansas City.Dalton Zaremba pitched five innings and allowed one run while striking out three.
The Knob Noster baseball team opened its season with a 10-0 win over Concordia on Saturday.The Panthers scored three runs in the first and three more in the second before adding two in the fourth and two in the fifth.
The Concordia softball team split a pair of games on Saturday.The Lady Orioles beat Lone Jack 8-5 before falling to Green Ridge 15-2.
The Knob Noster lifting team competed against 11 other schools from around the KC Metro area at the Belton Pirate Lifting Meet March 7. The Iron Panthers walked away with three top performance medals, a first in school history. Senior, Nick Candela,...
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.