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Pitching depth and a veteran line-up provide hope for the Sedalia Post 642 senior Legion baseball team.
Same schools. Different sport.
Last spring, the Sacred Heart Gremlins were a surprise winner of a district girls soccer tournament.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers have faced many obstacles this season, losing three of their four senior captains along the way.
District baseball tournaments involving local schools begin this week and feature two loaded districts, a district top seed and two locally hosted tournaments.
If the Mid-Missouri Outlaws want to compete for a championship in the CPIFL in the future, they might use the Wichita (Kan.) Wild as a role model.
Bringing a summer college baseball team to Sedalia had been a dream for Smith-Cotton graduate Jud Kindle for years.
A halftime adjustment by offensive coordinator Caleb Crooker helped the Mid-Missouri Outlaws in the second half Saturday night, enough to give fans hope that their team’s first win of the season was only a play or two away.
The Kohl’s U.S. Youth Soccer American Cup will make a stop here later this month in conjunction with the PKSA 50th Anniversary Spring Klover Cup.
The Sacred Heart Gremlins rallied from a 6-1 deficit Saturday to beat the Versailles baseball team 9-6 in a make-up game at Liberty Park Stadium.
Timely hitting and clutch pitching led the Sacred Heart Gremlins baseball team to an 8-3 win over Pilot Grove on Saturday at Liberty Park Stadium.
The Smith-Cotton Tigers’ three-game win streak ended Saturday night in the West Central Missouri Baseball Tournament at Liberty Park Stadium.
The Sacred Heart Gremlins hope a name from the past helps produce results in the present.
The Sacred Heart boys golf program went from riches the past three years to a rebuilding project this season.
Steve Goodwin accomplished a lot as Sacred Heart’s baseball coach.
First-year Sacred Heart girls soccer coach Travis Cooper looks to build on last year’s postseason success.
The State Fair Community College men’s basketball season was a memorable one.
Mark Register is a common thread between Sacred Heart’s only two appearances in the state quarterfinals in boys basketball.
The State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners have a chip on their shoulders after losing to Mineral Area College on Saturday night in Park Hills.
WARRENSBURG — Seniors Dalton Christian and Zach Wolf made their presence known in the second half, and the Smith-Cotton Tigers beat Warrensburg 60-55 Saturday in a West Central Conference boys basketball game at Warrensburg High School.
WARRENSBURG — The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers struggled offensively Saturday in a West Central Conference girls basketball game at Warrensburg High School.
SWEET SPRINGS — The Sweet Springs Greyhounds will have to wait another year to end their 41-year district championship drought.
The State Fair Community College Roadrunners made several statements Saturday night the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
The State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners led for almost the entire game on Saturday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
The Cole Camp Bluebirds have been the Sacred Heart boys’ basketball team’s Kryptonite this season.
The Green Ridge Tigers looked like a different team in the second half.