From the age of five until his death from cancer in 2008, Michael Wayne Bryson had a love for sports.Mike took up soccer, baseball and basketball early on in his life and continued to play the rest of his life.
The No. 16 State Fair Lady Roadrunners avenged a loss from earlier this season by beating No. 8 Iowa Western 77-74 on the road Wednesday.SFCC lost to Iowa Western by three at home on Dec. 2.
Smith-Cotton wrestlers took the mats Tuesday at Blair Oaks and came away with a 69-9 win against Knob Noster and a 47-24 win against Blair Oaks.Blair Oaks beat Knob Noster 57-23.
The La Monte Vikings lost 61-36 to Leeton in the second round of the Leeton Tournament. Leeton is ranked second in Class 2.
STOVER — In what was a close game most of the way, Stover was able to finish strong in a 55-50 win over Northwest on Tuesday. The Bulldogs trailed 47-44 late in the fourth before jumpers by Brady Smith and Lane Avey put them in the lead with...
Lincoln's Lane Johnson drove the lane for the game-winning basket in Tuesday's 69-68 overtime win at Tipton.
The Sacred Heart Gremlins opened the Slater Tournament on Tuesday with a 79-22 win against Fayette.
Cole Camp outscored Green Ridge 30-12 in the third quarter in Tuesday's 71-51 win.The game was tied at 30 at halftime before Cole Camp pulled away.
The Knob Noster Panthers opened play at the Clinton Tournament on Tuesday with a 65-54 loss to Nevada.
A night after going to overtime with Windsor, the Stover girls basketball team found itself in overtime again on Tuesday, this time beating Northwest 37-32.
The Sacred Heart girls lost 50-31 to Glasgow on Tuesday in the first round of the Slater Tournament.
Pilot Grove opened the Slater Tournament with a 70-64 win over Marshall on Monday.
The State Fair Roadrunners lost 57-38 at Northeast Nebraska College on Tuesday.State Fair trailed 25-15 at halftime and couldn't close the gap.
Two years ago Charles Van Dyne, a 1919 graduate of Smith-Cotton High School, was inducted into the school's Athletics Hall of Fame.
Sacred Heart opened its gym to the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest, crowning local champions on Sunday.The local champions are:
Marlon Hammond, left, presents the Sedalia Officials Association's volleyball scholarship to Smith-Cotton High senior Abby Knight during the Sedalia 200 district board meeting Monday night at Skyline Elementary School. Hammond said...
La Monte fell to Chilhowee 79-38 on Monday in the first round of the Leeton Tournament.Logan Rieckhoff led the Vikings with 11 points. Juan Barajas and Tristan Hackworth each scored eight.
The Otterville Eagles opened up the Keytesville Tournament with a 48-44 win over Brunswick.Jake Neal led the way with 21 points.The Eagles will play in the semifinals at 9 p.m. Wednesday against Southwest Livingston County.
The Otterville girls upset Keytesville on Monday in the Keytesville Tournament, beating the Lady Tigers 53-49.Dalanney Stone and Natalie Schoen each scored 20 points.
The Knob Noster Lady Panthers started the Clinton Tournament with a 64-32 loss to Odessa on Monday. Knob Noster answered Odessa's 8-0 run to start the game with a 7-0 run, but Odessa took a 21-11 lead after the first quarter.
Shelby Williams hit two free throws with five seconds left in overtime as the Windsor girls basketball team beat Stover 45-43 on Monday.
The Tipton girls basketball team beat Lincoln 73-49 on Monday.Paige Bybee led Lincoln with 17 points. Seana Hansen scored 14.
The Warsaw Lady Wildcats fell to California 82-26 on Monday in the first round of the Russellville Tournament.Warsaw will face Eugene in the consolation bracket 6 p.m. Thursday.
The Stover boys basketball team pulled out a 63-59 win over Windsor on Monday.The Bulldogs built a 17-point lead before Garrett Goetze fouled out and Stover held off a late Windsor run.
COLE CAMP — The Cole Camp girls basketball team made a run late in the third quarter and early in the fourth and a Green Ridge run later in the fourth was not enough as the Lady Tigers ran out of time in the Bluebirds' 62-48 win over the...