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HUGHESVILLE — One day after scoring 40 points in a loss to Lincoln, the Northwest Mustangs wanted to be more aggressive.
HUGHESVILLE — Windsor used its running game to remain perfect in the Kaysinger Conference, beating Northwest 47-38 on Friday.
COLE CAMP — Hot shooting in the first half helped Cole Camp build a 17-point lead by halftime and hold on to beat Warsaw 50-31 in a nonconference home game on Thursday.
GREEN RIDGE — The numbers are impressive, even if the player putting them up isn’t paying much attention to them.
GREEN RIDGE — Tipton rallied from a 21-point deficit in the fourth quarter but ultimately fell to Green Ridge 67-62 on Tuesday in Green Ridge.
WINDSOR — Tipton held off a third-quarter Windsor rally to beat the Greyhounds 64-45 in Kaysinger Conference play on Friday at Windsor.
Smith-Cotton clamped down defensively and beat Kansas City Southwest Early College Campus 43-22 in the consolation semifinal of the Smith-Cotton McDonald’s Classic on Friday at the S-C gym.
A 16-0 second-quarter run helped Parkview sink Smith-Cotton 47-34 in the first round of the Smith-Cotton McDonald’s Classic on Thursday at the S-C gym.
The Smith-Cotton McDonald’s Classic girls basketball tournament will bring in two of the best teams in the state as well as several teams that are very evenly matched.
Smith-Cotton fell to Clinton 45-34 in a West Central Conference dual meet on Tuesday at Smith-Cotton.
The Smith-Cotton Tigers rallied past Eldon on Saturday to win the seventh- place game of the Smith-Cotton McDonald’s Classic boys basketball tournament 56-53.
Kansas City East ran past Smith-Cotton 76-44 in the consolation semifinal of the Smith-Cotton McDonald’s Invitational on Friday.
Smith-Cotton got off to a slow start and fell to Branson 66-37 in the first round of the McDonald’s Classic on Thursday at Smith-Cotton Junior High.
With 11.1 seconds left in the game between Moberly and Eldon, Moberly’s J’Von Spiller was lining up to attempt a pair of free throws to break a 39-39 tie.
The Smith-Cotton wrestling program got a glimpse of its future on Saturday.
The Sacred Heart Gremlins jumped out to an early lead and Windsor could never rally back as the they beat the Greyhounds 78-53 on Tuesday at Sacred Heart School.
Smith-Cotton’s offense took nearly a half to get going, but the defense shut down Marshall as the Lady Tigers won 30-13 on Monday night at Smith-Cotton High School.
Smith-Cotton outscored Center 22-3 in the third quarter and pulled away for a 63-41 win in West Central Conference play on Friday at Smith-Cotton.
Turnovers and poor shooting hurt Smith-Cotton in a 71-41 home loss to Center in West Central Conference play on Friday.
The State Fair Community College women pulled away from Penn Valley in the second half and won 82-74 on Friday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
State Fair opened its second semester by pulling ahead of John Wood in the second half and pulling out a 85-79 win on Thursday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
NEW FRANKLIN — Tipton jumped out to an early lead and cruised to a 59-34 win over Westran in the first game of the 84th annual New Franklin Invitational Tournament on Wednesday.
NEW FRANKLIN — Tipton survived a hot-shooting Westran team to win its first game of the 84th annual New Franklin Invitational Tournament 71-54 on Wednesday.
The State Fair Lady Roadrunners have not played since a 60-54 win at Illinois Central on Dec. 8.
The Tipton Cardinals turned 21 Otterville turnovers into 28 points on the other end and beat the Eagles 53-36 on Thursday at the W-K Shootout at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
With 11 seconds left in Smith-Cotton’s game against Boonville on Saturday, Dakota Brown knocked down a 3-pointer to give the Tigers a 61-58 win.
TIPTON — Sacred Heart rallied from seven points down in the fourth quarter to win a Kaysinger Conference matchup at Tipton 59-57 on Tuesday.
Jessica Petree hit a 3-pointer in the final seconds as Tipton beat Sacred Heart 54-51 in Kaysinger Conference play on Monday at Sacred Heart.
Sacred Heart beat Santa Fe
The Bunceton Lady Dragons improved to 8-1 with a 46-29 win over Sacred Heart at the W-K Shootout on Saturday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Smith-Cotton scored 13 points in the fourth quarter to rally past Boonville 37-34 at the W-K Shootout on Saturday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Dakota Brown hit a 3-pointer with 2.6 seconds left to give the Smith-Cotton Tigers a 61-58 win over Marshall at the W-K Shootout on Saturday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Northwest came from behind to beat La Monte 47-42 on Friday on day one of the W-K Shootout at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Sweet Springs beat Pilot Grove 41-36 and in the process earned coach Tim Smith his 200th career win on Friday on day one of the W-K Shootout at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers beat winless Kansas City Southwest Early College Campus 62-4 at home on Thursday.
Two Sacred Heart Gremlins have been named to the coaches’ all-state team in soccer.
Bob Farrington doesn’t use the word “me” to describe his long list of accomplishments as a coach at Cole Camp.
The Smith-Cotton girls fell to O’Hara 36-28 in a West Central Conference game on Tuesday at the Smith-Cotton gym.
The Smith-Cotton boys basketball team fell to O’Hara 79-61 in West Central Conference play on Tuesday at home.
HUGHESVILLE — Otterville senior guard Ryan Benny drained a jumper with 1.7 seconds left and converted a 3-point play, and the Eagles beat Northwest 48-45 semifinal of the Northwest Invitational Boys and Girls Basketball Tournament on Friday night.
When the games mattered most, Dallas Peoples was at his best.
HUGHESVILLE — Bunceton held off a strong fourth quarter charge to beat Otterville 39-31 in the semifinal of the Northwest Invitational on Thursday.
Four months ago Adrian Gonzalez had never played organized football.
State Fair’s rally fell short in a 74-70 loss to No. 7 Iowa Western on Tuesday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
The State Fair women’s basketball team held off a late rally to beat Independence (Kan.) 68-58 on Tuesday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
TIPTON — The Tipton Cardinals used runs of 12-1 and 13-2 in the second half Saturday night en route to a 56-35 win over Macks Creek in the championship game of their own boys basketball tournament.
The Smith-Cotton wrestling team got quick takedowns and in many cases quick pins in a 66-18 West Central Conference dual meet win over St. Pius X on Thursday at home.
Three Smith-Cotton football players received first-team all-district recognition from the Central District of Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association.
The Smith-Cotton Tigers’ comeback fell short in a 54-47 home loss to Boonville on Tuesday, spoiling coach Ray Hughes’ Tiger debut.
The State Fair mens and womens basketball teams will be on the road this weekend for the Moberly Classic.