S-C soccer downs Clinton

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The Smith-Cotton soccer team beat Clinton 7-0 on Saturday.

Brendan Hofheins got the Tigers on the board in the 25th minute assisted by Carlos Aguirre Blake Grupe then converted a chance from the penalty spot in the 37th.

Early in the second half, Grupe set up Eduardo Alonso for a goal. Aguirre scored in the 50th minute. Riley Moore added a goal in the 65th assisted by Thomas Todd. Zach Morrison scored in the 70th minute on a penalty kick and Alex Esquivel scored in the 76th minute assisted by Trent Willis.

Smith-Cotton won the junior varsity game 6-0 as Alan Castillo scored twice and the Tigers got goals from Moore, Willis, Alonso and Theron Cole.

The Tigers (18-2) will host Battle on Monday. S-C has won six in a row, outscoring teams 46-2 in that streak.


The Cole Camp volleyball team played in the Grain Valley Tournament on Saturday.

In pool play, the Bluebirds split with Fatima, winning 27-25 and falling 24-26. They split with Smithville, winning 25-23 and losing 22-25. They then swept Grand View 25-11, 25-11.

Cole Camp lost in the first round to Pleasant Hill 25-16, 14-25, 25-18 in a match which saw the Bluebirds come up with 17 blocks.

Overall in the tournament, Bailey Heimsoth had 32 kills, Gabbi Mallard had 20 kills and Lyza Jamerson had 25 kills. Alyssa Chump had 25 digs.


A pair of Warsaw cross country runners took fifth on Saturday at Camdenton.

In the boys’ race, Dallas Larsen was fifth with a time of 17:31 on the hilly course, tied for his best time of the season.

In the girls’ race, Ashlee Kuykendall was fifth with a time of 20:59.


The Smith-Cotton Junior High Lady Tiger volleyball team won their second tournament of the season Saturday.

S-C defeating Sherwood, El Dorado Springs, Versailles and Warsaw to capture the John Boise Middle School Invitational championship in Warsaw.

Coaches, please report scores and stats to [email protected] or call 660-530-0142 or 660-530-0147.

Sedalia Democrat

Coaches, please report scores and stats to [email protected] or call 660-530-0142 or 660-530-0147.

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