It took two overtimes, one of the best teams in the state and gale-force winds to knock Sacred Heart out of the Class 1 boys soccer tournament in 2013.
Four years ago was the last time the Smith-Cotton softball team recorded double digit wins. The Lady Tigers have combined for 11 wins the past two years, but some change has come to the program in the form of newly hired head coach Janeil...
Central Missouri was among schools receiving votes in the AFCA preseason Division II football poll which was released Monday.The Mules were picked just outside the top 25 with 82 points. Tuskegee was No. 25 with 98 points.
The Smith-Cotton boys swimming team boasts a strong group of newcomers as the Tigers enter the 2014 season.
Safety in sports has been a topic of discussion a lot lately, and football is in the forefront of that conversation and motorsports is also constantly making safety changes. But what about bull riding?
CONCORDIA — The Sweet Springs Greyhounds got their first taste of live football under first year head coach Kris Conley at Friday's four-team jamboree.
The Green Ridge volleyball team went from winning a third straight Kaysinger Conference title and reaching a district championship game in 2012 to a 16-12-1 record in 2013.
One of the people who responded to my recent column about the Truman Project commented–I presume with tongue in cheek–that 110,000 acres of public land wasn't big enough to let him “stretch his legs.” In the hope that 1.5...
The Northwest High School Lady Mustangs return two-thirds of last season's starting lineup, which gives them confidence they can improve their 15-14-2 record.
Smith-Cotton High School girls golf has had the same coach for more than two decades, but a new face takes over in 2014.
The Sacred Heart volleyball team comes into the 2014 season following a 2013 which included a Kaysinger Conference tournament championship and a district championship.
The State Fair brings a variety of people and entertainment to the fairgrounds, but one group of entertainers has created a completely different life for themselves.
The Lady Legends 14U Competitive Softball Team ended their season at the ASA VIP Series “C” Heartland World Series in Liberty July 24-27 and placed third out of 34 teams. Pictured, front row from left, Meagan Fish, Ashlyn Chamberlin, Tiara...
STOVER — The Lady Bulldogs volleyball team played the 2013 season with no seniors. While that meant a young group then, that means a veteran group now as Stover has seven seniors and enters 2014 missing no one from last year's squad which...
The Cole Camp volleyball team spends part of the day Tuesdays and Thursdays in the weight room. Since the start of summer, CrossFit has been part of the Bluebirds routine as they get ready for the 2014 season.
The Missouri State Fair Arena saw more than 119 riders in 20 classes competing in Motocross on Monday.
Fairgoers went back to the Medieval period Sunday at the State Fair Arena, as the Knights of Valour provided full contact jousting.
Earlier this year, I wrote an enthusiastic column about the “Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act of 2014,” which had just been introduced in the U.S. Senate. Among other things, this bill's provisions included a clarification of the...
About 25 miles south of Sedalia sits a football stadium home to a team missing an identity. Numbers have been fluctuating for the Lincoln Cardinals since the program kicked off in 2009.
Last season's youthful Smith-Cotton High School Tigers soccer team finished 14-9-1 with a share of the West Central Conference title, so coach Ethan Weller said “it's time to take the next step.”
After finishing runner-up in the MINK League and advancing to Championship Week of the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kan., Sedalia Bombers manager Jud Kindle reflected on how “scrappy” the team was this...
The Smith-Cotton football team took the field on day two of the fall sports season.After rain forced the Tigers indoors on Monday, they were out of the practice field despite scattered sprinkles on Tuesday.
Rain changed the plans of several area high school football teams on the first day of fall sports practices Monday.
The Sedalia Bombers have been eliminated from the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kan. with a pair of losses over the weekend.
For nine adult softball teams, Sedalia was the place to be on Saturday.The fields at Centennial Park hosted the Amateur Softball Association Class E North State Championships on Saturday