COLUMBIA — Missouri men's basketball finished last in the SEC this season and came up one game short of double-digit wins, but first-year head coach Kim Anderson was still able to joke a bit about the season's result during...
Smithton's Isaac Calvert won the 3200 at a meet in Higginsville on Tuesday.He also teamed up with Drew Apsher, Jacob Peck and Justin Smith to take fourth in the 4x800 relay in 9:10.10.
Tipton edged Lincoln 5-4 in a Kaysinger Conference baseball game Tuesday.
The Smith-Cotton boys and girls track teams won the CMU Invite on Tuesday.Cole Camp's girls took eighth while the boys finished seventh.
Sacred Heart beat Smithton 11-1 in a Kaysinger Conference baseball game on Tuesday.Mason Kelchner earned the win, working five innings and striking out 11 while allowing one run on one hit and walking two.
The Knob Noster tennis team beat Higginsville 6-3 on Tuesday to improve to 5-0 on the season and 2-0 in the MRVC-East.
The Lincoln softball team won a Kaysinger Conference matchup against Tipton 9-0 on Tuesday.Lincoln's Sloan Swearngin struck out 14 and allowed one hit for the win.
The La Monte softball team beat Windsor 10-0 in five innings on Tuesday.
The Smith-Cotton baseball team is on a roll heading into the West Central Missouri Tournament, but the Tigers have plenty of quality teams waiting for them when the tournament opens this week.
Lincoln and Lakeland were tied at 4-4 heading into the bottom of the sixth, but eight runs for Lakeland gave it more than enough cushion to win 13-4 on Monday.
Pilot Grove shut out Jamestown 5-0 on Monday, scoring three runs in the fifth inning and two more in the sixth.On the mound for the Tigers, Regan Meisenheimer pitched five innings and allowed one hit and struck out seven.
The Warsaw Wildcats scored in five of the six innings of Monday's 16-6 win against Cole Camp.Warsaw scored three in the first, one in the third, four in the fourth, three in the fifth and five in the fifth.
Marilyn Ream scored four goals — three in a 10 minute stretch of the second half — and Brianna Pollitt added two as the Smith-Cotton girls soccer team beat O'Hara 9-0 on Monday at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field.
Monday's 9-0 win for Knob Noster tennis against Richmond is the third shutout of the season out of four matches. The other match was a 6-3 win against Harrisonville.
Windsor baseball beat Osceola 11-1 in five innings Monday.Quinten Rainner pitched all five innings, allowing four hits and striking out five.
The Knob Noster Panthers baseball team forced extra innings Monday against Richmond by scoring two in the seventh inning and then winning the game 7-6 by scoring two in the 10th inning.
WARRENSBURG — Nearly 90 cars competed in Saturday's Central Missouri Speedway opening night, with five Sedalia natives racing in feature events.
The Smith-Cotton baseball team improved its record to 7-0 with a pair of road wins Saturday in the Springfield Tournament. S-C went 4-0 in the tourney.
WARRENSBURG — Brad Jelinek's college baseball career has gotten off to and up and down start.The Warsaw High School graduate started 46 of UCM's 51 games as a freshman last season. He hit .229 with 19 RBIs.
WARRENSBURG — After a 14-0 win against Lincoln on Saturday, the UCM Mules baseball team has won seven of its last eight games.
FIRST TEAM1. Destiny Dowell - junior point guard, Tipton
Her sophomore year, Destiny Dowell played several minutes per game but was coming off the bench. As a junior this past season, she started at point guard and rarely left the game for a rest on the bench.
The 2014-15 season for the La Monte girls basketball team began as a fresh start with a new coach and ended with the team's first district title in 23 years.
The Warsaw girls track and field team took fourth and the boys fifth in a meet at California on Thursday.
Monique Grant, Mekeba Nash, Mariona Ward and Saige Peterson teamed up to take second in the 4x100 relay at the Blue Valley Spring Invitational on Thursday and in the process, set a Smith-Cotton school record with a time of 49.70 seconds.