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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.
Alexia Goodson, of Smith-Cotton, scored three goals May 9 in the Lady Tigers’ 7-0 soccer win over Center in Kansas City.
Smith-Cotton beat Boonville 51-26 on Tuesday in a nonconference home wrestling match.
The Smith-Cotton Tigers had six individual champions and won the Truman Invitational wrestling tournament Saturday in Independence.
Smith-Cotton JROTC recently held its award ceremony. Students who received honors are as follows:
Front row, from left, Lt. Col. Jordan Bush, Command Sgt. Maj. Aaron Long and 1st Sgt. Anjellica Straub. Second row, Pvt. Jaime Sandoval, Sgt. Isidro Matacua, Staff Sgt. Eric Melgar, 2nd Lt. America Lerma, Sgt. Midian Mabry, Staff Sgt. Makayla White, Staff Sgt. Savannah Sawford and Pvt. Cristina Tejeda. Third row, Pvt. Shelbi Davis, 1st Lt. Andrew Wallace, Pvt. Noah Rosendale, Cpl. Charles Chadwick, Pvt. Bernardo Alejo, Staff Sgt. Austin Rieckhoff, Pvt. Zachary Kronk, Pvt. Cheyenne Saulbeamer and Staff Sgt. Xavier Parham. Back row, Pvt. Jonathan Perry, Staff Sgt. Jacob Weeks, 2nd Lt. Justin Ryun, Pvt. Christopher Byrd, Staff Sgt. Fransisco Matacua, Pvt. Ryan Melick and Pvt. Matthew Kruse.
Smith-Cotton High School JROTC Tiger Battalion presented the following awards at a ceremony held Thursday at the Heckart Performing Arts Center.
Smith-Cotton Junior High recently announced students named to the honor roll for the second semester.
Smith-Cotton High School recently announced students named to the honor roll.
Warrensburg beat Smith-Cotton 60-16 on Thursday in a West Central Conference dual meet at Warrensburg.
No matter how ugly, a win’s a win. Just don’t tell that to Smith-Cotton wrestling coach Joel Sherman.
The Smith-Cotton Tigers put on a clinic in last Friday’s 44-7 win over St. Pius X in Kansas City.
Caleb Hurley and Dakota Proctor pinned down two wins each Monday night, and the Smith-Cotton Tigers wrestling team swept a double dual match at Clinton.
Activities all this week will help Smith-Cotton students, alumni and supporters build toward the weekend’s homecoming football game and other events.
Smith-Cotton sophomore Marquez Raye breaks up a pass intended for Jacob Weeks during a five-day camp for the Smith-Cotton football program on Wednesday at the Jennie Jaynes practice field.
Smith-Cotton blanked Warrensburg 20-0 on Monday at Jennie Jaynes Stadium
Highlighted by three pins, the Tigers scored a season-opening 39-33 West Central Conference dual-meet win on Thursday night at St. Pius X.
The Smith-Cotton Tigers moved one step closer to winning the West Central Conference boys soccer championship on Monday night at Clinton.
Smith-Cotton’s junior varsity football team edged Grain Valley 16-14 on Monday.
Smith-Cotton split a pair of dual meets on Thursday in Kansas City, beating Center 57-20 and falling to O’Hara 41-29.
After qualifying two wrestlers for the 82nd MSHSAA Wrestling Championships, the Smith-Cotton Tigers team earned seven all-conference nods.
Front row, from left, Command Sgt. Maj. Aaron Long, Lt. Col. Jordan Bush and 1st Sgt. Anjellica Straub. 2nd row: Pvt. Bernardo Alejo, 2nd Lt. America Lerma, Staff Sgt. Xavier Parham, Sgt. Isidro Matacua, Staff Sgt. Savannah Sawford, Pvt. Cheyenne Saulbeamer, Pvt. Cristina Tejeda and Pvt. Jaime Sandoval. Third row: Pvt. Matthew Kruse, Staff Sgt. Francisco Matacua, Pvt. Shelbi Davis, Staff Sgt. Makayla White, Pvt. Zachary Kronk, Sgt. Midian Mabry, First Lt. Andrew Wallace and Staff Sgt. Eric Melgar. Back row: Pvt. Jonathan Perry, 2nd Lt. Justin Ryun, Staff Sgt. Jacob Weeks, Staff Sgt. Austin Rieckhoff, Pvt. Christopher Byrd, Pvt. Noah Rosendale, Cpl. Charles Chadwick and Pvt. Angel Alvarez.
The Smith-Cotton defense held for as long as it could Saturday.
Seven batters reached base in the first inning Friday night at Liberty Park Stadium, and the St. Pius X Warriors turned that into six runs in a 14-6 win over the Smith-Cotton Tigers.
Sedalia’s two high schools enjoyed successful seasons in sports in 2008.