All-Sports Combine, Rams’ C, encourages S-C students


COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200



Coach Tom Kindle spots for freshman Walker Tatum during the bench press test as part of the combine. Tatum completed nine reps of 200 pounds.


Junior Chaz Satnan stretches for the finish line in the 40-yard dash.


Freshman Colin Polley tries to stay low at the start of the sled drive. Freshman Colin Polley tries to stay low at the start of the sled drive.


COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Fifth grader Teagan Berger completes the L agility drill as S-C assistant football coach John Hansen clocks her time.


Tim Barnes of the Los Angeles Rams offers words of advice to junior high and high school athletes at the end of Smith-Cotton’s Seventh Annual All-Sports Combine on Saturday morning in the S-C High gym. Barnes stressed the importance of academics and focusing on goals.


The Smith-Cotton Tigers baseball team departed for Florida on Saturday to compete in the 2016 Florida League High School Invitational in Orlando. The Tigers will be in pool play Monday through Wednesday, with playoffs on Thursday and Friday. The games will give the team a chance to face top-notch competition to prepare for its upcoming season. Local supporters helped make the trip possible, including Ditzfeld & Weaver Charter Service. Follow the action by going to floridaleaguetournaments.com and clicking on the Live Stats and Schedule tab.


COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200

Coach Tom Kindle spots for freshman Walker Tatum during the bench press test as part of the combine. Tatum completed nine reps of 200 pounds.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Combine2.jpgCoach Tom Kindle spots for freshman Walker Tatum during the bench press test as part of the combine. Tatum completed nine reps of 200 pounds.

Junior Chaz Satnan stretches for the finish line in the 40-yard dash.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Combine3.jpgJunior Chaz Satnan stretches for the finish line in the 40-yard dash.

Freshman Colin Polley tries to stay low at the start of the sled drive. Freshman Colin Polley tries to stay low at the start of the sled drive.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Combine4.jpgFreshman Colin Polley tries to stay low at the start of the sled drive. Freshman Colin Polley tries to stay low at the start of the sled drive.

COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200
Fifth grader Teagan Berger completes the L agility drill as S-C assistant football coach John Hansen clocks her time.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Combine5.jpgCOURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200
Fifth grader Teagan Berger completes the L agility drill as S-C assistant football coach John Hansen clocks her time.

Tim Barnes of the Los Angeles Rams offers words of advice to junior high and high school athletes at the end of Smith-Cotton’s Seventh Annual All-Sports Combine on Saturday morning in the S-C High gym. Barnes stressed the importance of academics and focusing on goals.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Combine1.jpgTim Barnes of the Los Angeles Rams offers words of advice to junior high and high school athletes at the end of Smith-Cotton’s Seventh Annual All-Sports Combine on Saturday morning in the S-C High gym. Barnes stressed the importance of academics and focusing on goals.

The Smith-Cotton Tigers baseball team departed for Florida on Saturday to compete in the 2016 Florida League High School Invitational in Orlando. The Tigers will be in pool play Monday through Wednesday, with playoffs on Thursday and Friday. The games will give the team a chance to face top-notch competition to prepare for its upcoming season. Local supporters helped make the trip possible, including Ditzfeld & Weaver Charter Service. Follow the action by going to floridaleaguetournaments.com and clicking on the Live Stats and Schedule tab.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_IMG_0241.jpgThe Smith-Cotton Tigers baseball team departed for Florida on Saturday to compete in the 2016 Florida League High School Invitational in Orlando. The Tigers will be in pool play Monday through Wednesday, with playoffs on Thursday and Friday. The games will give the team a chance to face top-notch competition to prepare for its upcoming season. Local supporters helped make the trip possible, including Ditzfeld & Weaver Charter Service. Follow the action by going to floridaleaguetournaments.com and clicking on the Live Stats and Schedule tab.

Smith-Cotton’s athletic department held its Seventh Annual All-Sports Combine on Saturday morning in the S-C High gym. Special guest was Tim Barnes, starting center for the Los Angeles Rams and a graduate of Northwest High School and the University of Missouri. Athletes in grades 5 through 12 were tested in the 40-yard dash, pro agility and L agility tests, vertical jump, standing long jump and 300-yard shuttle run; those in grades 5 and 6 also did push-ups, while those in grades 7 through 12 were measured on the sled drive and bench press repetitions. After each session, Barnes met with the participants, congratulated them on their effort and encouraged them to work hard in the classroom.

Smith-Cotton baseball departs for Florida

The Smith-Cotton Tigers baseball team departed for Florida on Saturday to compete in the 2016 Florida League High School Invitational in Orlando. The Tigers will be in pool play Monday through Wednesday, with playoffs on Thursday and Friday. The games will give the team a chance to face top-notch competition to prepare for its upcoming season. Local supporters helped make the trip possible, including Ditzfeld & Weaver Charter Service. Follow the action by going to floridaleaguetournaments.com and clicking on the Live Stats and Schedule tab.

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