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This post was last updated Friday, Sept. 6.

Thursday, Sept. 5


Central Missouri 34, Fort Hays State 30

The Mules came from behind Thursday to beat No. 11 Fort Hays State 34-30.

Brook Bolles, who finished 14-for-26 passing for 271 yards, tossed his third touchdown 36 yards to Cameron Saunders to give UCM its first lead of the game. Central Missouri’s defense would not allow another yard.

Koby Wilkerson carried the ball 10 times for 103 yards, including a 66-yard score.

Central Missouri (1-0) travels to Tahlequah, Oklahoma, to face Northeastern State 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12.


North Shelby 84, Northwest 2

The Mustangs fell to 0-2 after an 84-2 loss Thursday at North Shelby in Shelbyville.

Sophomore quarterback completed 11 of 27 passes for 86 and rushed for 37 yards on six attempts.

Freshman Tanner Damlo recorded three catches for 37 yards, while sophomore Nick Crosswhite gained 35 yard via six receptions.

Junior Mason Locke and freshman Caden Crooker led the defense with seven and five tackles, respectively.

Northwest hosts Chilhowee 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13.


Odessa 2, Smith-Cotton 0

Crest Ridge 2, Sacred Heart 0

Sacred Heart dropped its home opener Thursday to Crest Ridge, 25-22, 25-10.

The Lady Gremlins (1-1) travel Monday to Sweet Springs.

Green Ridge 3, Knob Noster 1

Green Ridge defeated Knob Noster in a five-set match Thursday on the road, 25-27, 19-25, 25-20, 23-25.

The Lady Tigers (2-0) return home Monday to play Concordia.

Concordia 2, Smithton 0

Smithton senior Caitlin Frazee led the Lady Tigers with four kills and seven assists Thursday during a 25-12, 25-21 loss hosting Concordia.

Lady Tigers junior Ahlyna Cason added four kills while senior Alyssya Cason paced the team with 13 digs.

Smithton (0-2) moves forward Tuesday at Calvary Lutheran.

La Monte 2, Russellville 1

La Monte moved to 2-0 on the season with a 20-25, 25-22, 25-21 victory over visiting Russellville.

The Lady Vikings play again Tuesday, Sept. 10, hosting Columbia Independent.

Otterville 2, Columbia Independent 0

Otterville won its second match of the season Thursday at home, defeating Columbia Independent 25-10, 25-8.

The Lady Eagles (2-0) continue Thursday at Chilhowee.

Tipton 2, Versailles 1

Appleton City 2, Windsor 1

Northwest at Santa Fe


Smith-Cotton 2, Republic 1

Tigers senior Keith Hawkins scored twice Thursday to lift S-C over Republic, 2-1, at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field.

Hawkins netted the first goal off a rebound from senior Tommy Branstetter’s free kick.

Smith-Cotton (4-1) hosts Marshall 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12.

Platte County 4, Sacred Heart 1

Platte County handed Sacred Heart its first loss of the season, 4-1, Thursday at the Barstow Tournament.

After surrendering a 23rd-minute goal, junior John Ulbrich evened the match early in the second half. Platte County added three goals in the final 20 minutes of the match to secure the result.

Sacred Heart (3-1-1) plays Maryville on Saturday for third place.

Richland 5, Stover 1



Lady Tigers top Marshall, Fulton at Indian Foothills

Smith-Cotton sophomore Kiser Pannier fired a 39 and earned medalist honors Thursday as the Lady Tigers captured a tri-match against Fulton and Marshall at Indian Foothills Golf Course in Marshall.

Seniors Gracie Hofheins (46), Morgan Meteja (48) and Gentry Fowler (50) rounded out the Smith-Cotton team score of 183.

Marshall totaled 208 and Fulton carded 239.



Smith-Cotton 9, Center 0

The Lady Tigers won every match Thursday hosting Center to move its team record to 2-0.

Juniors Caroline Matz and Macy Mathew swept their doubles opponents and won their respective doubles matches 8-1, 8-3. S-C freshman Anita Husyeva swept her singles opponent.

Lady Tigers senior Rita Royaka (8-2), junior Emma Flowers (8-1) and sophomore Ellie Kotok (8-0) completed the lineup for S-C, which hosts Osage on Friday.


Smith-Cotton at Clinton

Wednesday, Sept. 4



Skyline 2, Lincoln 0

The Lady Cards lost in straight sets Wednesday at Skyline 25-14, 25-6. 

Lincoln (0-2) seeks its first win of the season Tuesday, Sept. 10, hosting Warsaw.


Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College 1, State Fair Community College 0 (2OT)

State Fair Community College allowed a goal in the 104th minute Wednesday in a loss to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma.

The Lady Roadrunners (0-6) return home 2 p.m. Saturday to host St. Louis Community College in Sedalia.


Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College 2, State Fair Community College 1

The Roadrunners surrendered the game-winner in the second period of overtime Wednesday during a 2-1 loss to  Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma.

SFCC (2-3-1) scored the first goal of the match. They host St. Louis Community College 4 p.m. Saturday in Sedalia.

Tuesday, Sept. 3


Sacred Heart 2, Father Tolton 0

Lady Gremlins freshman Emma Siron recorded 13 kills and four aces Tuesday during a 25-15, 25-11 victory at Father Tolton. 

Grace Goodwin finished with three kills and four digs. 

Sacred Heart’s JV lost 25-14, 25-18.

Sacred Heart (1-0) hosts Crest Ridge 6 p.m. Thursday. 

Cole Camp 2, Holden 1

The Lady Bluebirds won two straight sets to win Tuesday at Holden, 24-26, 25-9, 25-21.

Cole Camp senior Ashley Schear collected seven kills, eight digs and five blocks.

Lady Bluebirds senior Jenna Harms recorded six assists and 11 digs, senior Sara Harms had four kills and freshman Sydney Campbell added three kills.

Cole Camp (1-0) travels to Osage 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10. 

Otterville 2, Bunceton 0

The Lady Eagles defeated Bunceton 25-17, 25-21 in their season-opening match Tuesday at home.

Otterville (1-0) continues its homestand Thursday against Columbia Independent.

Windsor 2, Kingsville 1

Lady Greyhounds senior Elizabeth Hood had five kills and aces each during a 21-25, 25-18, 25-21 victory Tuesday at Kingsville.

Windsor senior Lily Hurd landed three aces and senior Ryan Eggers served for 11 points.

Windsor (1-0) travels to Appleton City on Thursday.

Green Ridge 2, Sweet Springs 0

Lady Tiger seniors Riley Hagedorn and Emily Dove recorded seven and five kills, respectively, during a 25-19, 25-21 victory Tuesday hosting Sweet Springs.

Dove added to her line with seven digs and eight assists. Green Ridge junior Kailyn Hoos led the team with 17 digs. 

Green Ridge (1-0) faces Knob Noster on the road Thursday.

Crest Ridge 2, Smithton 0

Smithton dropped its season-opening match Tuesday against Crest Ridge at the Multipurpose Building in Warrensburg, 25-16, 25-14.

The Lady Tigers (0-1) open at home Thursday against Concordia.

Appleton City 2, Lincoln 1

Dixon at Stover

Northwest at Chilhowee

Eugene at Tipton


Sacred Heart 4, Lone Jack 2

Gremlins senior Juan Fernandez scored three goals Tuesday during a 4-2 victory over Lone Jack at the Barstow Tournament. 

Fernandez scored the first goal of the match, and two more in the second half. Ian Viscarra, who also recorded an assist, netted the final goal.

Sacred Heart (1-0) moves forward 5:45 p.m. Thursday against Platte City.

Rock Bridge 2, Smith-Cotton 0

The Tigers were dealt its first loss of the season Tuesday, 2-0, at Rock Bridge.

Smith-Cotton had previously defeated Osage and Willard to capture its home tournament Saturday at Tiger Stadium.

S-C juniors Jacob Ideran, Austyn Wenner, sophomore Sam Cash and senior Tommy Branstetter scored during a 4-0 win against Osage. The Tigers (3-1) secured the Smith-Cotton Soccer Tournament behind goals from Cash and senior Wesley Morrison against Willard.

The Tigers host Republic 4 pm. Thursday at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field.

Cole Camp 3, Knob Noster 1

St. Paul Lutheran 8, Stover 0

Rock Bridge (FR) at Smithton


Bolivar 7, Smith-Cotton 5

Smith-Cotton senior pitcher Karlee Schlup threw 5 and 2/3 innings during a 7-5 loss at Bolivar on Tuesday.

Lady Tigers freshman Breeley Wilson recorded two singles, while senior Taylor Ditzfeld, freshman Hannah Hamsher, and junior Jocelyn Dalton each contributed a hit.

S-C Head Coach Josh Dawson said about the game: “It was a great game for our girls to be apart of. I was excited for us to compete at a high level with energy.”

Smith-Cotton's JV fell 7-3.

Smith-Cotton (1-1) travels to Clinton on Thursday.



Smith-Cotton 7, Knob Noster 2

Smith-Cotton won all but two doubles matches during a 7-2 team win Tuesday hosting Knob Noster.

Lady Tigers junior Caroline Matz defeated Ella Konrad in No. 1 singles match 8-4. She and junior doubles teammate Macy Mathew captured their match 8-5. Mathew defeated her No. 2 singles opponent, 8-1.

Smith-Cotton freshman Anita Husyeva (8-6), senior Rita Royaka (8-0), sophomore Ellie Kotok (8-4) and senior Ariana Martinez (8-6) each won singles matches to secure the season-opening victory.

S-C (1-0) continues at home Thursday against Center High School.



Pannier medalist, S-C winners at Sacred Heart Quad

Smith-Cotton sophomore Kiser Pannier was medalist with a nine-hole round of 41 Tuesday to help the Lady Tigers claim the Sacred Heart Quad at Sedalia Country Club.

S-C won with a team score of 188.

Lady Tiger seniors Gracie Hofheins (42), Morgan Mateja (49) and Gentry Fowler (56) rounded out the Smith-Cotton team score.

Sacred Heart juniors Caten Luccesi and Kelsey Hudson led their team with 56s.

Cole Camp junior Kiley Bright led paced the Lady Bluebirds with a 54, followed by Abbie Borgman at 55.

Green Ridge senior Alli Fox was the low card for the Lady Tigers with a 58.


Friday, Sept. 6


7 p.m.

Lincoln at Concordia

Northwest at North Chelby

Battle at Smith-Cotton

Tipton at North Callaway


6 p.m.

Eugene at Stover


All Day

Sacred Heart, La Monte at Barstow Tournament

6 p.m.

Christian Fellowship Sr. at Smithton


All Day

Smith-Cotton at Battle Tournament

Saturday, Sept. 7


2 p.m.

Windsor at Cole Camp


All Day

Smith-Cotton at Battle Tournament



9 a.m.

Smith-Cotton at Richard Clark Invitational


All Day

Sacred Heart, La Monte at Barstow Tournament


2 p.m.

St. Louis Community College at State Fair Community College


4 p.m.

St. Louis Community College at State Fair Community College

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