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Tuesday, Oct. 15

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

Clinton 2, Smith-Cotton 1

Sacred Heart 2, La Monte 0

Lady Gremlins seniors Grace Goodwin and Hannah McDonald combined for 20 digs Tuesday during a 25-12, 25-18 victory hosting La Monte.

Sacred Heart (14-9-3. 5-1 Kaysinger) moves forward Thursday at Tipton.

La Monte (10-11-3, 3-5) hosts Cole Camp on Wednesday, Oct. 22.

Lincoln 2, Otterville 0

Tipton 2, Windsor 0

Lady Greyhounds senior Elizabeth Hood recorded four kills during a 25-16, 25-22 home loss to Tipton.

Tipton (11-7-2, 6-1) hosts Sacred Heart on Thursday.

Windsor (4-19-1, 1-6) plays Otterville at home Thursday.

Green Ridge 2, Smithton 0

Cole Camp 2, Stover 0

Lady Bluebirds senior Ashley Schear and junior Destiny Kestner delivered double-double performances Tuesday during a 25-22, 25-19 victory at Stover.

Schear landed 13 kills with 10 digs, while Kestner logged 10 assists and digs apiece.

Cole Camp senior Jenna Harms logged 16 assists with eight digs, senior Lydia Williams registered 11 digs and junior Savannah Ward led the team with 13 digs.

Lady Bluebirds junior Ashley Luebbering added six kills. Cole Camp (16-7-1, 7-1) plays again Thursday at home against Northwest.

Stover (13-7, 4-3) hosts Smithton on Thursday.

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

Smith-Cotton 1, Center 0

Smith-Cotton junior Veniamin Torchylo scored Tuesday in the 41st minute of a 1-0 final with Center in Kansas City.

Tigers junior Lane King delivered the go-ahead assist. S-C junior Wesley Morrison was in goal for the team’s sixth shutout of the season.

The Tigers (11-4-1) host Rock Bridge on Thursday.

Sacred Heart 7, La Monte 0

The Gremlins scored every goal in the first half of a 7-0 result Tuesday hosting La Monte.

Sacred Heart sophomore Ian Viscarra recorded his first career hat trick. Gremlins senior Juan Fernandez added two goals and assists each, while juniors Lucas Martin and Jose Angel recorded one goal apiece.

Sacred Heart (13-7) welcomes St. Paul Lutheran to Sedalia on Thursday.

Smithton 3, Green Ridge 2

Cole Camp 6, Stover 2

Bluebirds senior Chais Paul recorded a hat trick Tuesday to help Cole Camp win at Stover 6-2.

Cole Camp juniors Blake Osburn and Keegan VoSmith added one goal each.

Keaton Cochran, sophomore, and junior Johnny Edgar scored for Stover.

The Bulldogs (3-13) host Smithton on Thursday.

Cole Camp continues this weekend at the Stover Classic.

Monday, Oct. 14

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

Smith-Cotton 2, Center 0

Lady Tigers junior Tera Reberry landed 11 kills with five digs Monday during a 25-12, 25-8 victory at Center in Kansas City.

S-C senior Megan Toops led the team with 13 assists and sophomore Paige Abney finished with three digs and kills apiece.

Smith-Cotton (11-10-2) hosts Clinton 5 p.m. Tuesday.

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

Knob Noster 8, Smith-Cotton 0

Smith-Cotton seniors Taylor Ditzfeld, Karlee Schlup and freshman Breeley Wilson each doubled Monday during an 8-0 loss at Knob Noster.

Schlup tossed six innings with two strikeouts.

The Lady Tigers (8-14) open the Class 4, District 8 Tournament 6 p.m. Wednesday against Battle at Hickman in Columbia.

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS GOLF

Smith-Cotton advances two players to state

Lady Tigers senior Gracie Hofheins and sophomore Kiser Pannier each qualified for the Class 2 MSHSAA Girls Golf Championships after shooting 13-over-par totals of 85, tying for sixth, Monday at Hoots Hollow at Country Creek Golf Club in Pleasant Hill.

S-C seniors Gentry Fowler (105) and Morgan Mateja (108) and freshman Ramey Kempton (113) rounded out the fifth-place team performance.

Glendale won the team title with a score of 331. McDonald County’s Lily Allman was medalist with a 7-over-par 79.

Hofheins and Pannier tee off Monday at Silo Ridge Golf & Country Club in Bolivar.

Lady Gremlins’ Lucchesi, Hudson qualify for state

Sacred Heart juniors Caten Lucchesi fired a 15-over-par total of 86 and Kelsey Hudson carded 103 at Payne Stewart Golf Course in Springfield to qualify for the Class 1 MSHSAA Girls Golf Championships.

Lady Gremlins junior Addie Trammell (113), Megan Wingerter (115) and Amelia Schott (125) completed the team’s rounds.

Springfield Catholic’s Reagan Zibilski earned medalist honors with a 3-under-par 68 as four as the Lady Irish placed four players in the top five. Springfield Catholic won the team title with a score of 297.

Kaysinger golfers competing include Cole Camp juniors Riley Bright (107) and Abi Borgman (112), Green Ridge junior Addie Berry (107) and senior Ali Fox (113).

Class 1 state competition begins Monday at Fremont Hills Golf Course in Nixa.

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Wednesday, Oct. 16

HIGH SCHOOL

CROSS COUNTRY

5 p.m.

Kaysinger Conference Cross-Country Meet (at Liberty Memorial Park in Stover)

Thursday, Oct. 17

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

5 p.m.

Smith-Cotton at Boonville

Sacred Heart at Tipton

Lincoln at Green Ridge

Otterville at Windsor

Northwest at Cole Camp

Smithton at Stover

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

5 p.m.

Rock Bridge at Smith-Cotton

St. Paul Lutheran at Sacred Heart

Knob Noster at Green Ridge

Smithton at Stover

HIGH SCHOOL

SWIM AND DIVE

4 p.m.

Smith-Cotton at Blue Springs

HIGH SCHOOL

CROSS COUNTRY

4 p.m.

Smith-Cotton at Warrensburg

COLLEGE WOMENS SOCCER

2 p.m.

Lincoln Trail College at State Fair Community College

COLLEGE MENS SOCCER

4 p.m.

Rockhurst at State Fair Community College

Friday, Oct. 18

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

7 p.m.

Clinton at Smith-Cotton

Lincoln at Wellington-Napoleon

Slater at Windsor

Tipton at Santa Fe

Butler at Cole Camp

Hardin-Norborne at Northwest with Sacred Heart

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

6 p.m.

University Academy at Sacred Heart

Stover Soccer Classic

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

6 p.m.

Central Missouri at Washburn

COLLEGE WOMENS SOCCER

7 p.m.

Central Missouri at Fort Hays State

Saturday, Oct. 19

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

All Day

Otterville, Tipton at Eugene Tournament

Green Ridge, Smithton at Versailles Tournament

Cole Camp at Grain Valley Spikefest

HIGH SCHOOL

CROSS COUNTRY

9 a.m.

Smithton at Humansville Invitational

HIGH SCHOOL

SWIM AND DIVE

9 a.m.

Smith-Cotton Joseph W. Arbisi Invitational

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

Stover Soccer Classic

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

2 p.m.

Central Missouri at Emporia State

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

7 p.m.

Central Missouri at Emporia State

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