The Sedalia Bombers opened the 2015 MINK League season with a 7-1 loss at Chillicothe on Friday.
Warsaw's Jeremy Eierman has been honored as the Gatorade Missouri Baseball Player of the Year.
JEFFERSON CITY — The first day of the Class 5 state track meet went well for Smith-Cotton, earning two medals and advancing two runners and a relay team to Saturday's finals.
The Knob Noster tennis doubles team of Cole Lankford and Kyle Zimmerschied is through to the semifinal.
For the first time since its fourth-place finish in 1999, the Northwest baseball team is in the semifinal. The Mustangs will play Bell City in the Class 1 semifinal on Tuesday in O'Fallon and will face either Atlanta or Hurley on...
I really don't know if it's the ever-increasing number of TV shows with outdoor themes that's fueling the increased interest among amateurs in recording their own fishing and hunting exploits, but I wouldn't doubt it. If...
The Sedalia Bombers season starts today with a road game against Chillicothe, but there are still several question marks around what the lineup will look like early in the season.
For six members of the Smith-Cotton track and field team, Friday and Saturday are busy days this week.
HUGHESVILLE — The Northwest baseball team is heading to the state semifinal after a 12-6 win over Macon County in the Class 1 quarterfinal on Wednesday.
Warsaw baseball is headed to the Class 3 semifinals after a 5-2 win Wednesday against Summit Christian Academy.
Sedalia Bombers baseball makes its return to town Saturday with a home-opener against Chillicothe.Bombers' fans will recognize some of the pitchers, but many will be new this summer.
A six-run fourth inning helped the Northwest Mustangs to a 12-1 win over Northeast Vernon County on Tuesday in the Class 1 sectional in Walker.
Sedalia Travelers manager Jeff Mays sees a potent lineup ready to put plenty of runs on the board for the Post 642 American Legion baseball team this summer.
The Rick Ball Ford Post 642 Aux. Juniors American Legion baseball team scored 23 runs in two games Monday in the Sedalia Memorial Weekend Tournament, beating the Midwest 9 in the first game of the day 13-8 and Oak Grove in the second...
WARSAW — Holden pitcher Coby Seiz was perfect through three innings. The Warsaw Wildcats then touched him for 10 runs in the next three to beat Holden 10-3 in the Class 3 sectional on Monday, earning the Wildcats a trip to the...
Smith-Cotton's Mariona Ward qualified for the Class 3-5 state track and field meet in four different events at the Class 5 sectional on Saturday in Blue Springs.
Dakota Acosta, 9, and Eliza Cavanagh, 8, each hit a home run in their softball game Thursday night.
The Sedalia Travelers got its season started with a 7-5 win Saturday against Lee's Summit in the Byron White Memorial Day Tournament at Independence.
Smith-Cotton High School hosted its first punt, pass and kick competition Saturday at Tiger Stadium, and 27 kids between 6-years-old and 17-years-old participated.
Stover's Mallory Uptegrove took fourth in high jump on the first day of the Class 1-2 state track and field meet Friday in Jefferson City, clearing 4-11. Midway's Adia Eberle won, clearing 5-4.
Three players who teamed up for a district championship in high school will be teaming up again on the State Fair womens basketball roster in 2015-16.
The Rick Ball Ford Post 642 Juniors jump into the American Legion baseball season with the Memorial Weekend Tournament at Dey Field at Liberty Park. Manager Brent Hodge's team will open play at noon Saturday against the Midwest 9 before playing...
Windsor took three athletes to the Class 2 state track meet this season, and two of them are hurdlers.Senior Shelby Williams made her first trip to state on Friday.
In 2015, squirrel hunting was illegal in Missouri for a whopping 96 days. True, that's only one day longer than the season's shortest possible closure, but for hunters like me, whose passion for the sport is boundless, being shut out of...
The Yellowjackets 16-and-under basketball team won the MO/KS metro showdown. Pictured, front from left: Marcus Ingram, Tyler Long, Zion Buckner, Alden Harding, Jaden Kendrick. Back row Left: Bryson Couch, Jake Neal, Zack Gwaltey, Terrence Callaway...
ODESSA — Green Ridge and Northwest battled back and forth for nine innings before Northwest finally came away with a 6-4 win and its third district title in a row.
The Class 1 and Class 2 state track meets get started today at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, and 11 local individuals and one relay team will compete.
The Knob Noster tennis doubles team of Cole Lankford and Kyle Zimmerschied won its sectional match Wednesday in Joplin, beating John Burnett and Joseph Scott of Thomas Jefferson Independent 6-1, 6-2.
Green Ridge hopes to beat Northwest for the third time this year.Northwest hopes to win a district title for the third time in a row.
The Sedalia Select Sting U14 Girls Soccer team recently won the Challenger Cup U14/15 tournament in Shawnee, Kan. The Sting went 4-0 in the tournament, outscoring their opponents 13-1. The Sting team also took second place in the Nutmeg U14 Tournament...
Green Ridge beat Santa Fe 3-2 in 10 innings in the Class 1, District 14 semifinal Tuesday at Wellington-Napoleon.
LINCOLN — Tipton got a couple of runs on the board early and then pulled away late to beat Lincoln 10-0 in six innings Tuesday in the semifinal of the Class 2, District 14 tournament.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Boone Kroenke and Peyton Needy started Tuesday's second and final round of the Class 1 state golf tournament at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club 10 strokes apart, but they ended up within two strokes of each other and with...
Corbin Mertgen struck out 14 Greyhounds as the Lincoln baseball team won the opening game of the Class 2, District 14 tournament on its home field Monday, beating Windsor 6-2.
COLUMBIA — A solid season from what Smith-Cotton baseball coach Jud Kindle called a great group came to an end Monday as Jefferson City scored six runs in the first two innings and beat the Tigers 9-4 in the semifinal of the Class 5, District 9...
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Day one of the Class 1 state golf tournament at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club had a mixed bag of results for local golfers.
Northwest senior Trey Green will continue his baseball career at Central Christian College in McPherson, Kan. Pictured, front row from left: Thomas Green, Trey Green, Tami Green. Back row, from left: Northwest athletic director and baseball coach...
The Smith-Cotton girls track 4x100 relay team of Mariona Ward, Makeba Nash, Monique Grant and Saige Peterson broke their own school record with a time of 49.19 to take fourth at the Class 5, District 6 meet Saturday at Jefferson City.
The Knob Noster tennis doubles team of Kyle Zimmerschied and Cole Lankford is moving on to the individual sectional after a first-place finish in the individual districts Saturday in Warrensburg.
JEFFERSON CITY — Jefferson City put the pressure on Smith-Cotton early Saturday at Art Firley Soccer Complex, scoring five goals in the first half and winning 7-1 to advance to Tuesday's Class 4, District 11 title game against...
Cullen Rosine has made the journey from Knob Noster to the NFL — at least for a few days.
The Lincoln golf team and Green Ridge's Peyton Needy were newcomers to the state golf meet when they played at Rivercut in Springfield in 2014. They are not rookies anymore.
Every time I go fishing, I either learn something new or relearn something old. That's good from a professional standpoint, since I earn my living helping people to take advantage of my successes and to avoid my miscues. From a personal...
A Jill Vansell goal in the 67th minute lifted the Smith-Cotton girls soccer team to a 2-1 win over Clinton on Thursday at Tiger Stadium, and with it S-C claimed a share of the West Central Conference title.
WARRENSBURG — La Monte was able to rally in Monday's sectional game against Santa Fe, but the Lady Vikings couldn't manage enough offense to catch up to Crest Ridge as they lost 12-1 in five innings in the quarterfinals on Thursday...
Class 1 at New BloomfieldPlayer Hole TimeLincolnBoone Kroenke 1 8:45Trevor Kroenke 1 8:54Blaine Winkler 1 9:03Tyler Kroenke 1 9:12
In a makeup game from a rainout earlier this seaosn, Pilot Grove beat Green Ridge 8-3 on Wednesday.Regan Meisenheimer was the winning pitcher for Pilot Grove.
Three Sweet Springs athletes were honored by the I-70 conference in baseball and softball.Andrew Krause was the lone Sweet Springs baseball player to be named first team All-I-70.
The Smith-Cotton soccer team beat Center 6-1 Tuesday at home.Jessica Coble and Jill Vansell each scored two goals. Maddie Davidson and Olivia Funk each scored one goal.The JV team won 6-0.
Pilot Grove scored nine runs in the fifth to beat Fayette 13-2 on Tuesday.