WARRENSBURG — UCM was able to come from behind and win both games of Friday's doubleheader against Northeastern State, 5-4 and 9-6.
During a pick-up game with some friends on the soccer field at Katy Park on Friday, Trenton Willis was darting and dodging around defenders; Alex Esquivel was slotting shots just under the cross bar from 40 yards away and Riley Moore was tapping shots...
Smith-Cotton pitcher Roberto Ramirez struck out 10 in Thursday's 11-1 win at Center.Ramirez pitched all seven innings, giving up one run on six hits.
Northwest got a run in the seventh to get within a run of Green Ridge, but the Mustangs couldn't drive in anymore runs and lost 3-2 to the Tigers.
LINCOLN and COLE CAMP — A no-hitter and a bus ride were part of an unconventional doubleheader for the Lincoln baseball team Thursday.
KNOB NOSTER — Lincoln's Boone Kroenke and Green Ridge's Peyton Needy paced the field in Thursday's Kaysinger Conference golf tournament at Royal Oaks Golf Course, taking first and second, respectively.
The Windsor Greyhounds had no problems Wednesday at Stover, as they won 18-2.Trenton Johnson had six RBI, including a grand slam. Jack Daugherty his a home run and had two RBI.
The Warsaw golf team won at Eldon on Wednesday, edging the sacred Heart Gremlins by six strokes.Warsaw shot a 172 as a team, while the Gremlins shot a 178.
The Warsaw girls track and field team took eighth and the boys took 11th at the El Dorado Springs Relays on Wednesday.
This year's Devon's Beat 5K raised more than $11,000 for SADS.The event started April 3 at the Lincoln football field with a dance and silent auction, which raised more than $3,000.
WARRENSBURG — Smith-Cotton scored four goals in each half Tuesday at Warrensburg as it won 8-1, improving to 7-0 overall and 5-0 in West Central Conference play.
Sacred Heart equalized late but St. Paul Lutheran scored a game winner moments later as the Lady Saints beat the Gremlins 2-1 Tuesday at Clover Dell Park.
The Lincoln and Windsor golf teams finished in the top 10 of Monday's Tolton Catholic Invitational.The Cardinals took fifth with a 359 and the Greyhounds tied for 10th by shooting a 379.
Four Smith-Cotton golfers shot between 78-84 in Monday's S-C Classic, earning the Tigers a sixth-pace finish out of 19 teams.
Smith-Cotton starting pitcher Chase Plymell and O'Hara starting pitcher Derek Jordan matched each other scoreless inning for scoreless inning Monday at Dey Field at Liberty Park until S-C broke through with a run in the sixth to win...
After falling in the Kaysinger Conference softball tournament championship game to La Monte the past two years, the Green Ridge Lady Tigers broke through on Saturday, beating Cole Camp 3-2 in the final to take the conference title.
This season's Democrat All-Area Boys Player of the Year averaged a double-double, 3.1 assists, 3,2 blocks and scored more than 1,600 points in his high school career.
It had been nearly 20 years since the last West Central Conference title for the Smith-Cotton boys basketball team when Brennan Scanlon took the head coaching job this past season.
FIRST TEAM1. Garrett Goetze - senior center, Stover
With two out in the bottom of the 10th, Dom Zerilli launched a fastball over the 290-foot sign in the right field corner of Dey Field at Liberty Park for a solo home run as Smith-Cotton walked off with a 3-2 win over Platte Co. in the West Central...
Smithton's Isaac Calvert had a first place and a second place finish at Versailles on Thursday. He won the 3200 in 10:53.79. He was second in the 1600 in 5:07.79.
Tipton scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to beat Green Ridge 8-7 on Thursday.
Most of the at bats the Truman Patriots had resulted in ground balls or pop-ups on the infield as Smith-Cotton beat Truman 6-3 in the second game of the West Central Missouri Tournament Thursday at Dey Field at Liberty Park.
Ray-Pec scored eight runs in the fifth inning to rally past Smith-Cotton 10-3 on Wednesday in the first game of the West Central Missouri Tournament at Dey Field at Liberty Park.
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...