Smith-Cotton fell to Warrensburg and Marshall but beat Grandview in girls swimming Thursday in Warrensburg.S-C fell to the hosts 109-51, to the Lady Owls 92-71 and beat Grandview 82-80.
The Smith-Cotton wrestling team beat Boonville 66-12 on Thursday.The Tigers got a pinfall victory from Katelen Roberts who pinned Asia Shackelford in 1:58 in the 132-pound match.
TIPTON — The Tipton Lady Cardinals (7-0, 1-0 Kaysinger) stopped Cole Camp's inside attack, turned defense into offense and knocked down 3-pointers on their way to a 63-41 win against Cole Camp (3-3, 0-2 Kaysinger).
A late Holden run sank the Sacred Heart girls basketball team as the Gremlins fell 44-36 on Thursday.
Three Tigers scored in double figures as Green Ridge beat Otterville 71-39 on Wednesday at the Pilot Grove Classic.Alden Harding led the way with 24 points. Hunter Niceswander added 13 and Tom Dove scored 10.
Stover beat Northwest 41-29 on Wednesday to finish pool play 1-1 in the Pilot Grove Classic.Jensen Bauer scored 18 for the Lady Bulldogs while Mallory Uptegrove added 13.Mariah Harper led Northwest with 18.
Garrett Goetze scored 32 points as Stover beat Northwest 54-35 Wednesday in the Pilot Grove Classic.Garren Poweel and Truman Leicher each scored eight for the Mustangs.Stover finishes pool play 1-1.
La Monte fell to Leeton 78-25 on Wednesday in the Mid-State Tournament in Kingsville.Tristan Hackworth scored nine to lead the Vikings.La Monte will face Kingsville Friday in the third-place game.
La Monte cruised past Chilhowee 49-18 on Wednesday in the Mid-State Conference Tournament.The Lady Vikings jumped out to a 13-6 lead after one quarter and opened up the game with a 28-3 run in the second.
Concordia beat Lone Jack 58-34 in the second round of the I-70 Tournament on Wednesday.The Lady Orioles steadily built a lead through the first three quarters, leading 16-7 after one, 33-14 at halftime and 47-22 after three.
The 2014 boys soccer season was a memorable one for many area players and several were recognized at the state level for their individual performances.
The Green Ridge girls basketball team pulled away in the second half to beat Otterville 55-34 on Wednesday in the Pilot Grove Classic.
Tipton senior Luke Mercer is one of 12 players joining the Central Missouri baseball team for the 2016 season.
The Cole Camp boys basketball team fell 61-40 at Skyline on Tuesday.Darryn Frain led the Bluebirds with 12 points.Cole Camp (4-2) will host Tipton on Friday.
Tipton beat Belle 46-43 on Tuesday.The Cardinals trailed 16-10 after one and 19-16 at halftime. Tipton trailed up until the 3:45 mark of the fourth quarter.
Sacred Heart fell to Father Tolton 50-38 on Tuesday.Father Tolton's Michael Porter hit 12 of 14 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter as Tolton came back from a 21-18 halftime deficit.
The Lincoln girls got a 51-33 win at home Tuesday against Smithton.Sloan Swearngin led Lincoln with 14 points. Paige Bybee was close behind with 12 points.
Windsor beat Butler 47-38 on Tuesday in Butler.A close game most of the way, Windsor extended its lead at the end with free throws, hitting 11 of 16 at the line in the fourth quarter.
A quick start helped Osage beat Cole Camp 46-29 on Tuesday.Osage led 17-3 after one quarter and despite the Bluebirds outscoring them in the second and third quarters, Osage did not let the lead slip away.
Sacred Heart fell 48-36 at Father Tolton on Tuesday.The Gremlins led by one at halftime but Father Tolton jumped ahead and led 31-26 after three.
Smith-Cotton's girls swimming team went 5-2 on Tuesday at Winnetonka.
LINCOLN – Smithton got within one point in the fourth quarter after trailing by as many as 14 in the second quarter, but the Tigers turned the ball over late and Lincoln hit its free throws to give the Cardinals a 71-68 win on...
The Smith-Cotton wrestling team split a pair of matches on home mats Tuesday, falling to Mexico 42-34 before beating Marshall 52-30.
Knob Noster fell to Summit Christian 48-40 in girls basketball on Monday.The Lady Panthers trailed 15-8 after one quarter but cut the deficit to four at halftime, trailing 24-20.
The Warsaw Lady Wildcats fell to Buffalo 84-45 on Monday.Buffalo took a 22-6 lead after one quarter and despite the Lady Wildcats offense scoring 17 in the second quarter, Buffalo still led 51-23 at halftime.