With a pitching staff that comes to Sedalia from eight different colleges, Bombers catchers enter the summer working with pitchers they might be meeting for the first time.
The Smith-Cotton girls basketball team will host youth basketball clinics for students entering the fourth through eighth grades. The clinics will be from 8 to 9 a.m. Wednesday through July 17 at the junior high school gym.
The Smith-Cotton girls basketball coaching staff will hold a summer camp for Sedalia 200 School District students entering grades 4-9 to improve fundamental individual skills, facilitate community and team building, and promote leadership in a fun and educational atmosphere. The camp for players in grades 4-6 will run from 8 to 9:30 a.m. and the camp for grades 7-9 will run from 10 a.m. to noon. The camps will be July 22-25 at Smith-Cotton High School and cost $25.
The Blast Off with Beef 5K run/2K walk will be July 4 in Lincoln, as part of the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce’s annual Fourth of July celebration. For more information, send an e-mail to email@example.com or call 660-547-9956.
Ian Dotson went 8 for 9 in Saturday’s Sedalia Post 642 Travelers doubleheader against Hi-Boy, of Independence.
Saturday night's MINK League baseball game between the Sedalia Bombers and Clarinda A's has been canceled.
Cortlen Austin did a little bit of everything in his junior year at Northwest High School, and did all of it well.
The Sedalia Bombers held off a late rally to grab a 7-6 MINK League win over the Clarinda A’s on Friday night at Liberty Park Stadium-Dey Field.
Some of the beneficiaries of the Merlyn McCown-Ross Dey Memorial Golf Tournament. Front row, from left: Lisa Ditzfeld, Ditzfeld Center; Pam Burlingame, Show-Me Honor Flight; and Lisa McCown, Sedalia Dialysis Clinic. Back row: Larry McCown, Merlyn McCown Ross Dey Memorial Golf Tournament; Carolyn Green, Child Safe of Central Missouri; and Kenny Newville, Boy Scouts District Executive. Not pictured is Darren Pannier, coach Ross Dey Scholarship Fund. ??
Sedalia Bombers right fielder Nick DeLorenzo makes a running leap to catch a fly ball off the bat of Clarinda designated hitter Bryan Nicholson.
Sedalia Bombers left fielder Ty White chases down a towering fly ball off the bat of Clarinda A’s catcher Nick Thurman and makes an over-the-shoulder catch Friday night at Liberty Park Stadium.
Smith-Cotton Junior High freshman Baxter Mays drives to the basket past a couple of Harrisonville defenders Friday afternoon during the TriLakes Shootout at Smith-Cotton High School. Area boys and girls basketball teams ranging from eighth grade through varsity are taking part in the event, which continues from 8 a.m. to about 4 p.m. Saturday at the high school, junior high and Sacred Heart School. For a schedule of games, go to trilakesshootout.com.
Smith-Cotton varsity boys basketball coach Ray Hughes talks to his team during halftime of their matchup with Concordia.
Freshman Jessica Coble leads the fast break for Smith-Cotton's junior varsity squad during a game against Grain Valley.
Sedalia Junior Legion's Roberto Ramirez pitches against Versailles at Liberty Park Stadium.
Sedalia Junior Legion outfielder Jacke Kindle lunges for a low line drive off Versailles' Mason Gipe and comes up with the out.