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The Smith-Cotton girls basketball team fell to Lee’s Summit North 62-21on Wednesday at Smith-Cotton.

Abby Knight scored nine points and Kirby Lewellyn added five.

The Lady Tigers (5-8) will open the McDonald’s Classic against Parkview at 9 p.m. Jan. 23.

Junior High

Boys Basketball

Smith-Cotton 44, Eldon 24

The Smith-Cotton eighth grade boys basketball team beat Eldon 44-24 in the semifinal of the Warsaw Tournament on Wednesday.

The Tigers jumped out to a 12-7 lead after one quarter and outscored Eldon 12-3 in the second before withstanding an Eldon rally in the third quarter.

Chris Scheiner and Terrence Callaway each scored 10 for Smith-Cotton who will play in the championship at 7 p.m. Friday.

Girls Basketball

Eldon 29, Smith-Cotton 23

Smith-Cotton’s eighth grade girls basketball team fell to Eldon 29-23 in the Warsaw Tournament on Wednesday.

Macy Hoover led the Lady Tigers with nine points.

Late Tuesday

Girls Basketball

Tipton 71, La Monte 39

Tipton earned a Kaysinger Conference victory with a 71-39 win over La Monte on Tuesday.

Cathy Butts led La Monte with 12 points, four rebounds, two assists and a steal.

Sandra Arroyo added 11 points.


Smith-Cotton 40, Warrensburg 33

The Smith-Cotton wrestlers edged Warrensburg 40-33 on Tuesday to remain unbeaten in the West Central Conference.

At 113 pounds, Smith-Cotton’s Kyle Perez pinned Sean Parr in 1:14. Logan Parham took a9-2 decision in the 120 class to beat Warrensburg’s Lonnie Kendrick. Luke Archibeque fell at 126 pounds on a 2-0 decision but Tanner Proctor answered for Smith-Cotton with a 7-1 decision at 132.

The teams traded pins with Jake McFail scoring six points for Smith-Cotton with a second-period pinfall at 138 and Noah Aziere getting a 56 second pinfall at 152 pounds and James Culp pinning Smith-Cotton’s Zach Paynter in the 145 bout and Cole Hunter getting the pin for Warrensburg at 160.

Smith-Cotton clinched the win with Jacob Weeks scoring a 14-2 major decision in the 170 match over Ben Richner, Barry Rivera pinning Lane Batusic at 182 and Wade Hagebusch pinning Jake Gard at 195.

Warrensburg scored pinfalls at 220 and 285 and a forfeit at 106.

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