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Smith-Cotton's Mariona Ward competes in the long jump last year at the Smith-Cotton Invitational at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
Smith-Cotton High School's Zach Wolf competes in the triple jump last year at the Smith-Cotton Invitational at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
Smith-Cotton High School's boys baseball varsity coach, Jeff Mays, takes a shot at the top of the key, but uncharacteristically comes up short during a courtwarming scrimmage Saturday evening between staffs of the high school and junior high school.
The Smith-Cotton High School show choirs’ final performance for the 2012-13 school year was May 9 in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Vocal music director Christopher Kindle leads the combined choirs in the traditional performance of “What Would I Do Without My Music.”
Smith-Cotton High School's Chance Johnson scores on a layup against the Warrensburg Tigers at a game Friday at Smith-Cotton High School.
This case in the “Sedalia and the Civil War” exhibit illustrates the experiences of Sarah Smith-Cotton, the namesake of Sedalia’s public high school and junior high school, and her family during the Civil War.
Smith-Cotton High School's Ian Dotson pitches Friday against the Ozark Tigers at Liberty Park Stadium.
Smith-Cotton High School's Megan Lollis scores on a layup against Boonville during a W-K High School Holiday Shootout game Saturday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Smith-Cotton High School's Jacqueline Greer scores on a layup despite pressure from Clinton's Adriane Dehn.
Smith-Cotton High School sophomore Abby Knight spoils a shot attempt by Windsor's Shelby Williams during the third-place game Friday at the Marshall High School Girls Basketball Shoot-out Tournament.
Smith-Cotton High School's Abby Perkins gets a basket in the post against the Lady Pirates.
Smith-Cotton High School's Elena Sharp is stopped in the paint by the Windsor defense of Shelby Williams, right, and Bailey Rollins, center.
Smith-Cotton High School's Jacob Carroll takes on shot with a header but the attempt is blocked by the Cardinal goalkeeper.
Smith-Cotton High School's Tanner Proctor, weighing in at 132 pounds, pins Clinton's Grant Wirsig during match in mid-January at Smith-Cotton.
Smith-Cotton High School's Elena Sharp gets the angle on two Lady Cardinal defenders and slashes to the basket for a score at a game Tuesday at Smith-Cotton.
Smith-Cotton High School's Wade Hagebusch, wrestling in the 170-pound weight class, pins Clinton opponent Kieran Kuck.
Smith-Cotton High School's Elena Sharp tries to squeeze a shot in the paint past the Kewpies' Cherish Walton and comes up short during a game Friday at Smith-Cotton.
Smith-Cotton High School seniors, from left, Hannah Ott, Jovana Cervantes, Elena Sharp and Lauren Lansing get into the spirit of Pajama Day on Monday as part of homecoming week.
Smith-Cotton High School's Henry Contreras picks up yardage on a short pass against Helias.
About 100 kids, in kindergarten through eighth grades, performed with members of the Smith-Cotton High Voltage dance team in front of a packed gymnasium during courtwarming activities Saturday evening at Smith-Cotton High School. The kids were divided into age groups and received several hours of training at a dance clinic conducted earlier in the day by the High Voltage team members.
What’s in a name? Plenty, if the name is the one that will appear on the front of Sedalia’s new high school.
Smith-Cotton High School's Jacob Weeks, wrestling in the 160 pound weight class, pins Clinton's Jerry Bristow during a meet Tuesday at Smith-Cotton.
Senior Cameron Johnson said this image of a piano outside the Katy Depot was the first time she had drawn grass in detail. The drawing is the image for February in the 2013 Smith-Cotton High School Art Department Calendar.
Smith-Cotton High School junior Mark Garbuzov proofreads the promotional and sponsorship posters that the SCREAM team, (Smith-Cotton Robotics, Engineering, and Mathematics), will take to a regional robotics competition this weekend in Fort Smith, Ark.
Smith-Cotton High School's Jacob Lamb almost nets another score a couple of minutes after scoring the Tiger's first goal against the Clinton Cardinals during a game in September at Susie Ditzfeld Field.