After losing 2-1 to Canton in the Class 1 soccer semifinals, the Sacred Heart Gremlins were noticeably shaken after missing their chance of advancing to the title game.
The catch and release fishing available at Missouri's four trout parks Friday through Monday from mid-November through mid-February has received a lot of well-deserved publicity over the years. Although less well known, the...
After having one of the best soccer season's in Smith-Cotton history, seven Tigers earned West Central Conference honors.
Three Smith-Cotton soccer players have been named to the All-Region team with one taking home defensive player of the year honors.
Central Missouri running back LaVance Taylor is on the ballot for the Harlan Hill Trophy. The trophy is awarded each season to the top player in Division II.
The State Fair Lady Roadrunners are riding high after an 8-0 start, including four double-digit wins.
The start of the 2014-15 season for the State Fair Community College Roadrunners hasn't been easy. A young and small roster, as far as numbers, was one of the difficulties the Roadrunners face and it was one reason for an 0-5...
Abby Knight is heading to Eastern Illinois.
Green Ridge senior Libby Dove announced her intention to play volleyball at William Woods College. Dove was named first-team all-state this week after helping the Lady Tigers capture the Kaysinger Conference Tournament championship and a district...
Last season's Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers swimming team earned third place in the West Central Conference, but more swimmers could mean more points to be had this season.
Former Smith-Cotton football coach Mark Johnson will be honored by the Missouri Football Coaches Association.
The Central Missouri football team had 17 players earn All-MIAA honors Tuesday, including Knob Noster native Cullen Rosine.
As it prepares to defend its West Central Conference championship, the Smith-Cotton wrestling team has the added strength of 20 freshmen coming into the high school program this season.
Several area players have been honored by the Missouri High School Volleyball Coaches Association, which released its All-State teams on Monday.
Every man on the roster scored at least eight points led by 26 from Dondre Alexander as State Fair beat Quakerdale Prep 85-68 on Saturday at the Stone Laser Imaging Classic.
BLUE SPRINGS — Ft. Zumwalt South scored with 21.5 seconds left as the Bulldogs and Smith-Cotton shared third place in Class 3 with a 1-1 tie on Saturday.
BLUE SPRINGS — It took Sacred Heart nearly 38 minutes to get on the scoreboard Saturday, but it only took 28 seconds to take a 2-0 lead just before halftime in a 5-1 win over Crossroads College Prep in the Class 1 third place game.
The State Fair mens basketball team cruised past Westminster 91-47 on Friday in the Stone Laser Imaging Classic at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
BLUE SPRINGS — Missed opportunities and defensive mistakes were costly for Sacred Heart on Friday at Blue Springs High School, as the Gremlins fell 2-1 to the Canton Tigers in the Class 1 semifinals.
Lowell Pilliard, age 11, shot a 9-point buck on Sunday, November 2, 2014, during his first youth deer hunting season. Lowell was accompanied by his grandfather, Bob Reavis, on his grandfather's farm near La Monte.
Landon Walk-Pritchard shot this 8-point buck on November 1, 2014 near Smithton. Landon is the son of Adam Pritchard and Shannon Branham.
Like almost everyone else, I estimate Missouri's firearms deer hunters at somewhere around 500,000. That's a hard number to grasp, so, since Veteran's Day was earlier this week, I thought it might be fun to “draft” deer...
BLUE SPRINGS — The Smith-Cotton soccer team's bid for a state title ended in the Class 3 state semifinal with a 4-2 loss to Webster Groves on Friday.
This soccer season has been a special one in Sedalia. Sacred Heart is making its first appearance in the Final Four and Smith-Cotton is in its first Final Four since 1989.
Sacred Heart football went 6-4 in 2011, 8-4 in 2012 and 7-3 in 2013, but 2014 didn't go as planned for the Gremlins.