Sacred Heart cruised past Stover in the semifinal of the Class 2, District 14 boys basketball tournament on Thursday, winning 77-40.
Cole Camp avenged a regular season loss to Warsaw, beating the Wildcats 67-56 in the Class 3, District 13 tournament Tuesday in Versailles.
NEVADA — It wasn't easy, but nothing worthwhile ever is.
Sacred Heart got scoring from 10 of its 13 players in a 75-41 win over Crest Ridge to open the Class 2, District 14 tournament Tuesday in Windsor
State Fair lost 82-56 to MSU-West Plains in the first round of the Region 16 Tournament on Tuesday.West Plains led 51-24 at halftime.
The Otterville Eagles were able to hang on for a 63-58 win over Kingsville on Monday in the Class 1, District 8 Tournament in Hughesville.
Tipton opened the Class 2, District 8 tournament at Russellville with an 87-35 win over Belle on Monday.The Cardinals led 56-14 at halftime and pulled away from there.
Bailey Heimsoth led three Bluebirds in double figures as Cole Camp beat Smithton 55-34 in the regular season finale.Heimsoth led the way with 20 points. MacKense Gudde added 16 and Meghan Pitts scored 15.
Two Smith-Cotton wrestlers dropped their second-round wrestlebacks at the MSHSAA state meet Friday in Columbia.Logan Parham lost in the 120-pound wrestlebacks to Jericho Harris of Harrisonville on a pinfall in 1:38.
The Smith-Cotton wrestling team is sending four athletes to the state championships.
Former Central Missouri running back LaVance Taylor is going pro.Taylor signed with the Ottawa Redblacks of the Canadian Football League on Wednesday.
The State Fair mens basketball team lost to MSU-West Plains 78-51 on Wednesday.The Roadrunners trailed 42-25 at halftime and West Plains continued to pull away in the second, leading wire-to-wire.
Several districts involving area high school basketball teams have seeded their district tournaments.
The Smith-Cotton Tigers used a balanced scoring attack to post a Senior Night victory over Clinton, 67-51, on Tuesday night in the S-C gym. The win kept S-C unbeaten in West Central Conference play.
Lincoln beat Northwest 64-28 on Monday in the consolation round of the Kaysinger Conference boys basketball tournament.
Smithton beat La Monte 67-37 on Monday in the consolation round of the boys Kaysinger Conference Tournament at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Rakeem Dickerson hit a jumper from just in front of the free throw line with five seconds to play as Central Missouri beat Missouri Southern 71-69 on Saturday.
Knob Noster fell to Higginsville 45-35 in a Missouri River Valley Conference boys basketball game on Friday.
The Smith-Cotton wrestling team cruised to a 58-16 win over Hickman on Thursday.Logan Parham pinned Gabe Brown in 1:12 in the 120-pound match. Blake Pomajzl then pinned Wyatt Shaw in 1:52 at 126 pounds.
A first half run helped Stover beat La Monte 58-33 on Thursday
The Gremlins limited Northwest to single digit points in two quarters of Thursday's 66-34 win at home.Sacred Heart is 8-0 in conference play and clinched the Kaysinger Conference regular season title.
Smithton beat Tipton 72-64 in a Kaysinger Conference boys basketball game on Thursday.The Tigers led 52-50 at the end of three quarters before scoring 20 in the fourth to pull away.
Smithton beat Green Ridge 79-59 on Tuesday, scoring 26 in the second quarter to pull away.Seth Woolery had 16 and Jeffery Bell scored 15 for the Tigers.
Concordia fell 65-24 to Wellington-Napoleon on Tuesday.Trent McGinnis led the Orioles with 13 points.
Tipton beat North Callaway 65-47 on Tuesday.Logan Hirst scored 19 points. Byrce Sanders added 16 for the Cardinals.Tipton (11-7) will face Smithton on Thursday.