The Smith-Cotton track and field team won both the boys and girls conference titles at the West Central Conference meet Friday at Tiger Stadium. For the boys, it was the third conference title in a row. For the girls, it is the first WCC...
Three local teams and 13 individuals will compete in either Class 1 or Class 2 sectional golf tournaments on Monday.
The All-Kaysinger Conference teams were announced Friday for baseball and softball, with Green Ridge leading the way with five honorees in softball and four baseball teams getting four players named all-conference.
When I was about 12 years old, my grandfather gave me a 4-foot cast net he'd bought while vacationing on the gulf coast. If memory serves — and this time I think it does — it didn't take me long to teach myself how to throw it,...
A pair of Marilyn Ream goals in the first half and a seven-goal outburst in the second lifted Smith-Cotton to a 9-0 win over Warrensburg on Thursday at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field in the team's annual Think Pink game.
A 1-0 first-half lead for Sacred Heart quickly turned into a tie game and eventually a 2-1 loss Thursday against Osage at Clover Dell Park.
The Knob Noster tennis team added a conference tournament title to the regular season title it clinched this week, taking 46 points in the Missouri River Valley Conference tournament Thursday at Odessa.
Sacred Heart senior striker Brandon Cooper has announced his plans to continue his soccer career at the University of St. Mary. Cooper helped lead the Gremlins to three straight quarterfinal trips including a third place finish in 2014. Pictured,...
Sacred Heart beat Green Ridge 10-5 on Wednesday in a Kaysinger Conference baseball game at Green Ridge.
LA MONTE — Lady Vikings coach Dabecka Kirk made a pitching change, then changed back, and both moves paid off in the form of a 3-1 win over Northwest on Wednesday and the District 15 championship.
Assistant mens basketball coach Josh Sash is leaving the State Fair Roadrunners to take an assistant coaching job at Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, Iowa.
Sacred Heart's Keyaire Marshall will continue his basketball career at William Woods. The Sacred Heart senior averaged 7.8 points per game this past season as the Gremlins reached the quarterfinal for the third year in a row. He was a key part...
Lincoln pitcher Sloan Swearngin followed Monday's no-hitter with a one-hitter on Tuesday as the Lady Cardinals beat Green Ridge 4-1 in the district semifinal.
KNOB NOSTER — Two points separated Knob Noster and Carrollton in the boys MRVC East track meet Tuesday, with the Panthers coming away with the title.
The Knob Noster tennis team capped off its undefeated season with a 5-4 win over Higginsville on Tuesday, in the process snapping the Huskers' run of 19 straight conference titles.
Sacred Heart scored five runs in the second and kept the offense going in a 13-3 win over Lincoln Tuesday at Dey Field at Liberty Park.
The Smith-Cotton girls soccer team fell 2-0 to St. Pius X on Tuesday.Smith-Cotton won the junior varsity game 3-1.Smith-Cotton (12-7, 6-1 WCC) will host Warrensburg on Thursday.
The Smith-Cotton tennis team fell to Nevada 5-4 on Monday.Nevada was able to pull out a tight No. 3 singles match as Nathan McCall beat S-C's Carter Lapine in a 7-4 tiebreaker.
Smith-Cotton fell 2-1 to Rock Bridge on Monday.Jessica Coble scored for the Lady Tigers.Rock Bridge won the junior varsity game 3-2.
Sacred Heart beat Summit Christian 9-2 Monday at Dey Field.Mason Kelchner allowed two unearned runs on three hits and struck out six.
Smith-Cotton racked up 14 hits in a 12-2 win over Warrensburg in six innings on Monday at UCM's Crane Stadium.
Windsor fell to Archie 7-1 in the district quarterfinal Monday at Cole Camp.Deja Scott scored the lone run for the Lady Greyhounds.
Stover's Brock Nolting and Brenden Baur have qualified for sectionals after shooting an 82 and 108, respectively, at Monday's Class 1, District 2 Tournament in Osage Beach.
Smithton softball started district play Monday with a 13-3 win against Otterville in La Monte.
COLE CAMP — Sloan Swearngin threw her first career no-hitter and her offense gave her the run support she needed in the late innings as Lincoln opened district play with a 4-1 win over Cole Camp on Monday.