Last season's Tipton Lady Cardinals were co-champions of the Kaysinger Conference in the regular season, the conference tournament champions and won a district game, but the team is pursuing more this season.
La Monte senior Brittany Green will play softball at Missouri Valley College in 2015. Back row, from left: Beth Green, Scott Green and La Monte softball coach Dabecka Kirk. Front row, from left: Missouri Valley softball coach Daniel Allen and Brittany...
The past two boys basketball seasons for the Lincoln Cardinals have been a little rough. The win column on the team's record has been two each of those seasons, but the Cardinals reached that mark after the fourth game this season.
The Smith-Cotton wrestling team took fourth in the 28-team Raytown South Holiday Tournament on Friday and Saturday.The Tigers had eight players place in the top eight during the tournament.
The Knob Noster Panthers defeated the Savannah Savages 39-37 Monday in the North Central Community College Holiday Hoops Classic.The Panthers turned a two-point halftime deficit into a seven-point lead...
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers struggled to score Monday at St. Pius X, losing 44-21.The Lady Tigers only trailed by two after the first quarter, but Pius outscored S-C 28-12 in the second and third quarters.
The Knob Noster girls were tied with Albany at halftime on Monday, but an eight-point second half allowed Albany to pull away for a 42-30 win.Holly Chabotte led Knob Noster with 13 points.
Smith-Cotton was in control from the start Monday night against St. Pius X. The Tigers had a 20-3 lead early in the second quarter and cruised to a 72-48 win.
KEARNEY, Neb. – Sedalia native Joe Holtzclaw has been hired as the offensive line coach of the Nebraska-Kearney football team.
Green Ridge outscored Harrisburg by seven in the second half of Saturday's game in the Jefferson City National Guard Shootout, but it wasn't enough as Harrisburg won 62-57.
Sacred Heart fell behind early and couldn't recover as it lost 58-39 to Santa Fe on Saturday in the W-K Shootout.
The Sacred Heart Gremlins finished the first part of the 2014-15 season strong with a 69-26 win over Santa Fe on Saturday in the W-K Shootout.
Both offenses struggled to break through the opposing defense in Saturday's W-K Shootout matchup between Smith-Cotton and Willard, but S-C was able to find the bottom of the net enough times late to get a 42-32 win.
A five-point halftime lead for the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers disappeared after scoring just four points in the third quarter of Saturday's W-K Shootout game against Pleasant Hill.
The Knob Noster boys basketball team beat Concordia 64-45 on Friday in Knob Noster.The Panthers jumped out to a 19-7 lead after one quarter and led 33-21 at halftime.
Hot shooting from several different players sparked a late run as La Monte beat Northwest 62-40 at the W-K Shootout Friday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Mariah Harper scored 16 points — 10 in the fourth quarter alone — as the Northwest girls basketball team beat La Monte 39-24 in the W-K Shootout Friday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
I can't remember how old I was when I shot my first rabbit, but “not very” would be an accurate estimate. On the other hand, I have a sackful of memories of rabbit hunting while I was in high school. A semi-closed group of us got...
Smithton scored at least 20 points in every quarter but the second in an 87-73 win over Fayette on Thursday.
The Knob Noster girls basketball team fell 45-32 to Holden on Thursday.
Cole Camp beat Warsaw 58-29 on Thursday, outscoring the visiting Lady Wildcats 19-2 in the first quarter and 38-6 in the first half.
The Smith-Cotton girls basketball team fell to Hickman 58-24 on Thursday.Hickman led 36-14 at the half and pulled away from there.Kirby Lewellyn led S-C with eight points and Abby Perkins added six.
Tipton held Centralia to eight points in the final quarter to rally to a 57-50 win on the road Thursday.
Central Oklahoma pulled away in the second half to beat UCM 72-57 on Thursday.The game was tied 34-34 at the half before Central Oklahoma outscored the Mules 38-23 in the final 20 minutes.
The Green Ridge girls basketball team turned things around on offense after a tough first quarter and kept its defense strong in a 43-26 win over Lakeland on Thursday in the W-K Shootout.