Smith-Cotton beat SOuthwest Early College Campus of Kansas City 43-4 Thursday night in Kansas City. The Lady Tigers scored 21 points in the first quarter.
“We came out and jumped on them early,” said coach Zach Vandevender. “We played some good defense.”
Kirby Lewellyn, Abby Knight, Brianna Pollitt and Kiara Williams all contributed six points to the Lady Tiger’s final score.
The Lady Tigers, now 2-4, face Marshall at 6 p.m. Saturday in the W-K Shootout.
Lakeland 65, Green Ridge 28
Green Ridge fell to Lakeland 65-28 on Thursday in the opening game of the W-K Shootout at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Lakeland jumped out to an 18-8 lead after one quarter and extended that to 42-15 at halftime.
Molly Turner led the Lady Tigers with seven points.
Three Lady Vikings scored in double figures led by Savannah Chiles with 17 points.
Green Ridge will open Kaysinger Conference play with a visit to Smithton Jan. 3.
Windsor 56, Stover 28
Windsor came out on top against Stover at home, with a final score of 56-28. The Lady Greyhounds lead 32-14 at halftime, leading all four quarters.
Leading the Lady Greyhounds was Haley Crouch and Bailey Rowlins with 13 points each. Shelby Williams had 12 and Jessica Neel contributed 10.
Windsor, now 5-2 and 3-0 in the Kaysinger Conference, play Skyline on at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the W-K Shootout at State Fair Community College.
Cole Camp 58, Warsaw 22
Cole Camp had three players score in double figures in a 58-22 non-conference win over Warsaw on Thursday at Warsaw.
The Bluebirds jumped out to a 26-5 lead after one quarter and led 46-14 at the half.
Kaleena Logan led the way with 24 points. Kaylee Kestner scored 14 and McKenzie Gudde added 11.
Warsaw was led by Kylie McRoberts with six.
In the junior varstiy game Warsaw beat Cole Camp 25-23.
Madison Grobe scored nine for Warsaw. Maddie Cook scored 12 for Cole Camp.
Weaubleau 70, Lincoln 23
Lincoln fell to Weaubleau 70-23 in a non-conference game on Thursday.
The Lady Cardinals fell behind 20-7 after one quarter and trailed 38-13 after the first half.
Seana Hansen led Lincoln with 10 points. Taylor Sanders added eight.
Lincoln won the junior varsity game 16-2.
The Smith-Cotton girls swimming and diving team went 1-2 at the Belton Duals on Wednesday, beating Center 97-66 and falling to Raymore Peculiar 104-65 and Belton 120-59.
Abby Monsees won a pair of events for the Lady Tigers, taking the 200 freestyle in 2:27.31 and the 500 freestyle in 6:44.84. In the 500 she beat second-place finisher Alyssa Short of Raymore-Peculiar by 40 seconds.
Ali Burkholder won the backstroke with a time of 1:11.15, beating Raymore-Peculiar’s Jessica Dillon by 8.6 seconds. Burkholder also took second in the individual medley with a time of 2:39.59. Teammate Kaytlyn Muhr took third with a time of 2:40.61.
In the 50 freestyle, Brittany Borke took second with a time of 28.07 seconds. Borke’s 1:11.30 was good for fifth plate in the 100 freestyle.
Smith-Cotton’s team of Burkholder, Wendsday Thompson, Monsees and Borke took third in the medley relay with a time of 2:23.36 and second in the 400 freestyle relay with a time of 4:40.78.