The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers built a 5-0 halftime lead and rolled to their 10th win of the season Monday in Columbia.
The Lady Tigers beat Father Tolton 6-0 to improve to 10-4.
Brianna Pollitt and Jillian Vansell each scored two goals. Jessica Coble and Olivia Funk had one each.
Lydia Sharp and Sydney Mefford teamed up to record the shutout. Sharp needed to make only one save in 65 minutes.
Windsor 3, Smithton 0
Windsor opened the district softball tournament with a 3-0 win over Smithton on Monday at Cole Camp.
The Greyhounds got a run from Devyn Williams in the fifth inning and a pair of runs in the sixth from Williams and Haley Crouch.
Bailey Rollins pitched a complete game for Windsor, striking out 11, walking two and allowing one hit.
Jefferson City tournament
The Smith-Cotton boys golf team placed 17th in the 20-team Jefferson City tournament Monday at Jefferson City Country Club.
Rock Bridge won with a 309, and the Tigers shot a 364.
Jacob Carroll paced the Tigers with a 17-over 89. Taylor Mankin had a 90, Alex Lorenz 91, Jackson Kempton 94 and Wyatt Foster 115.
Sacred Heart 180, Green Ridge 200
Michael Hohne shot a career-best 37, and the Sacred Heart Gremlins won their first boys golf match of the season.
Sacred Heart carded a 180, and Green Ridge had a 200.
Hohne was medalist for the meet.
Will Prenger shot a 44, Chris Mergen had a 49, Jack Lucchesi had a 50 and Jordan Shipley had 52.
Green Ridge’s Peyton Needy finished second behind Hohne with a 43.
Hayden Doane and Spencer Needy each shot 52, and Josh Tylar and John Olejniczak each had a 53.
Knob Noster 9, Lexington 0
The Knob Noster Panthers went 6-0 in contested matches Monday at Knob Noster, and received three forfeit wins because Lexington brought only four players for the Missouri River Valley Conference East boys tennis match.
In singles, Seth Templeton beat Lucas Ketterman 8-0, Jacob Youngblood beat Justyn Lynn 8-0, Garnett Williams beat Luis Linares 8-1 and Chaise Lunsford beat Stephen Coggins 8-0.
Kyle Zimmerschied and Cole Lankford each won by forfeit.
In doubles, Zimmerschied-Lankford beat Ketterman-Lynn 8-0, and Jared Yates and John Abernathy beat Linares-Coggins 8-0.
The Panthers improved to 10-1 overall and 5-1 in the MRVC East.
Andrew Tilley placed second in singles Friday in the six-team Smith-Cotton Invitational boys tennis tournament at Liberty Park.
Tilley lost in a tiebreaker in the final.
Marshall won the tournament with 21.5 points, Duchesne was second with 18.5, Lee’s Summit was third with 13.5, Jefferson City was fourth with 11, Helias was fifth with 10.5 and S-C was sixth with six.