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This post was last updated Friday, Sept. 13.

Thursday, Sept. 12


Smithton 2, Knob Noster 0

Smithton notched its first win of the season Thursday with a 26-24, 27-25 result at home.

Lady Tigers senior Alyssya Cason paced the team with six kills and 16 digs. Ahlyna Cason, junior, finished with five kills and 11 digs, senior Caitlin Frazee distributed 17 assists and junior Erin Letourneau added five kills and five digs.

The Lady Tigers (1-3) travel to La Monte for a conference match Tuesday.

Crest Ridge 2, Green Ridge 0

Green Ridge suffered a 25-19, 25-20 defeat Tuesday at Crest Ridge in Centerview.

The Lady Tigers (3-2) move forward with the Saint Francis Health Dig for Life Challenge Volleyball Tourney at the Show-Me Center in Cape Girardeau, where they are slated to face Viburnum, Puxico and Malden.

Calvary Lutheran 2, La Monte 0

The Lady Vikings lost their first match of the season Thursday hosting Calvary Lutheran 25-11, 25-6.

La Monte (3-1) hosts Crest Ridge and Kingsville 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16.

Otterville 2, Chilhowee 0

Otterville defeated Chilhowee on the road Thursday 25-14, 25-22.

The Lady Eagles (3-0) continue a three-match road trip Monday at Bunceton and Tuesday at Northwest.

Archie at Lincoln

Adrian at Windsor


Smith-Cotton 6, Marshall 0

Smith-Cotton recorded its fourth shutout Thursday during a 6-0 victory hosting Marshall.

Tigers junior Malacki Ehlers scored in the fourth minute. Jacob Ideran, junior, assisted on a goal by senior Keith Hawkins and scored the two goals to give S-C a 4-0 lead. Hawkins also notched an assist.

Smith-Cotton sophomore Vicente Saldana scored on an assist from senior Ty King, senior Tommy Branstetter added a goal in the 58th minute and Wesley Morrison earned the shutout in goal.

The Tigers (5-1) host Warrensburg on Tuesday.

Sacred Heart 2, Clinton 1 (PK)

The Gremlins snapped a one-all tie in penalty kicks Thursday during a victory over Clinton at the Clinton Tournament.

Sacred Heart seniors Juan Fernandez and Juan Pablo Suarez connected in the 45th minute for the first goal of the match. The Cardinals scored with a minute remaining in regulation to extend the contest.

Fernandez, junior John Ulbrich and sophomore Ian Viscarra each converted penalty tries to lift Sacred Heart past the hosts.

Sacred Heart (4-3-1) advances to play Raytown on Saturday.

Green Ridge at Cameron (at Oak Grove Panther Cup)


Smith-Cotton 15, Marshall 7

Lady Tigers seniors Taylor Ditzfeld and Calyssa Plymell homered Thursday during a 15-7 victory at Marshall.

S-C freshman Breely Wilson singled twice and drew a pair of walks, while classmate Paris Hammer doubled as part of a three-hit day.

Smith-Cotton senior Karlee Schlup struck out eight during a complete game performance. The Lady Tigers (4-6) look to continue a two-game win streak on the road Friday, Sept. 20 at California.


Central Missouri 70, Northeastern State 7

The Mules scored 56 points in the first half of a 70-7 final Thursay against Northeastern State in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Brook Bolles tossed four touchdowns among 10 completions. Jalen Marsalis led UCM with 98 yards receiving, while Ryan Devore hauled in two TDs.

Central Missouri (2-0, 2-0 MIAA) stay on the road in Week 3 with a 7 p.m. Saturday matchup at Missouri Western in St. Joseph.

Wednesday, Sept. 11


Northeast KC 5, Smithton 0

St. Paul Lutheran 5, Sacred Heart 0

Sacred Heart lost its first match of the Clinton Tournament on Wednesday, 5-0, against St. Paul Lutheran.

The Saints, district opponents with Sacred Heart, scored in the 12th minute and added three goals in the second half. The Gremlins (3-3-1) continue the Clinton Tournament on Thursday against the hosting Cardinals.

Lone Jack 2, Green Ridge 0 (at Oak Grove Panther Cup)



Lady Tigers 8th at Helias Crusader Invitational

Smith-Cotton posted a team total of 389 to place eighth among 19 teams Wednesday at the Helias Crusader Invitational at Meadow Lake Country Club in New Bloomfield.

Lady Tigers sophomore Kiser Pannier finished 10th individually with an 18-hole total of 87, securing her fourth top-10 finish in as many events.

S-C seniors Gracie Hofheins (92), Morgan Meteja (103) and Gentry Fowler (107) completed the team score.

Smith-Cotton golf coach Chris Guffey said that while scores improved from last season’s outing at Helias, the Lady Tigers limped down the stretch of their first 18-hole competition of the season.

“I’m not sure if we were just that tired or the course played that much harder” Guffey said. “Today was our first wake up call and the girls will respond with a new day tomorrow.”


Smith-Cotton 7, Boonville 5

Smith-Cotton senior Karlee Schlup tossed seven innings to help the Lady Tigers come from behind at Boonville, 7-5.

Lady Tigers senior Taylor Ditzfeld had three hits, including a double, while freshman Hannah Hamsher also enjoyed a multi-hit performance.

Smith-Cotton (3-6) move forward Thursday at Marshall.



Smith-Cotton 5, Waynesville 4

Smith-Cotton girls tennis bounced back from its first loss of the season Wednesday with a 5-4 victory over Waynesville at Liberty Park.

Lady Tiger juniors Caroline Matz (8-2), Macy Mathew (8-3) and freshman Anita Husyeva (8-1) won the top three singles matches. S-C freshman Ellie Kotok secured the team win with an 8-5 result in the No. 6 singles match.

Matz and Mathew claimed the top doubles match 8-1.

The Lady Tigers (4-1) hosts Bolivar 4:30 p.m. Monday.


Metropolitan Community College 2, State Fair Community College 1

The Lady Roadrunners conceded the deciding goal in the 84th minute of a 2-1 loss Wednesday at Metropolitan Community College.

SFCC sophomore Ria Kessell leveled the match on an assist from sophomore Kim Rosas in the 47th minute. MCC scored first in the 9th minute.

State Fair (0-8) returns home 2 p.m. Saturday versus St. Charles Community College.


State Fair Community College 5, Metropolitan Community College 1

The Roadrunners carried a two-goal advantage into the second half of a 5-1 victory Wednesday at Metropolitan Community College.

Roadrunners freshman Tebello Ntene scored in the 27th on an assist from sophomore Mani Hondroudakis, who scored the team’s second goal unassisted.

After MCC halved the lead in the 52nd minute, freshman Jordan Bishop recorded a goal and assist, freshman Leo Fernandez notched a goal and sophomore Sepastian Castro netted the fifth goal on an assist from freshman Carlos Eguez.

SFCC (3-3-1) hosts St. Charles Community College 4 p.m. Saturday.

Tuesday, Sept. 10


Sacred Heart 2, Bunceton 0

Sacred Heart defeated Bunceton in straight sets Tuesday in Sedalia 25-8, 25-10.

Lady Gremlins sophomore Kiley Beykirch collected eight assists, six kills and five digs while freshman Emma Siron added seven kills, six assists and four digs.

Sacred Heart senior Grace Goodwin led the team with 10 digs.

The Lady Gremlins (3-1) are scheduled to face Waynesville, Clever and Joplin in pool play Saturday at the Hillcrest Tournament in Springfield.

La Monte 2, Columbia Independent 0

La Monte captured its third victory Tuesday during a 25-5, 25-6 result hosting Columbia Independent.

The Lady Vikings (3-0) continue a seven-match homestand Thursday against Calvary Lutheran.

Lincoln 2, Warsaw 0

The Lady Cards defeated Benton County counterpart Warsaw on Tuesday 25-12, 25-14.

It is the first win of the season for Lincoln, which dropped matches to Appleton City and Skyline to start the season. Lincoln (1-2) visits Ballard 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16.

Calvary Lutheran 2, Smithton 0

Lady Tigers senior Alyssya Cason recorded three kills, eight digs and a pair of aces during a 25-16, 25-12 loss Tuesday at Calvary Lutheran.

Smithton (0-3) returns home Thursday against Knob Noster.

Osage 2, Cole Camp 1

Lady Bluebirds senior Ashley Schear recorded 10 kills and 11 digs Tuesday during a 13-25, 25-19, 25-14 loss at Osage.

Cole Camp senior Jenna Harms added 10 digs and nine assists, while sophomore Destiny Kestner collected nine digs and six assists.

Cole Camp (0-2) hosts California 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16.

Archie 2, Windsor 0

Windsor dropped its third straight match Tuesday at Archie 25-12, 25-10.

Lady Greyhounds sophomores Aubrianna Evans and Angela Dixon had six and four digs, respectively.

Windsor (1-3) returns home Thursday for Adrian.

Skyline 2, Tipton 0

Stover at Russellville



Jefferson City 9, Smith-Cotton 0

Smith-Cotton girls tennis lost Tuesday at Jefferson City 9-0.

The Lady Jays did not allow S-C a doubles game amid three victories. Lady Tiger juniors Caroline Matz and Macy Mathew each lost 8-1, while No. 3 freshman Anita Husyeva fell 8-2.

S-C senior Rita Royaka (8-3), junior Emma Flowers (8-0) and sophomore Ellie Kotok (8-2) rounded out the varsity lineup.

The Lady Tigers (3-1) return home Wednesday against Waynesville.



Hickman, Battle, Rock Bridge, Warrensburg at Smith-Cotton


Columbia Independent at La Monte

Osage 6, Cole Camp 0

Stover 2, Rock Bridge (FR) 1

Oak Grove 5, Green Ridge 0

Monday, Sept. 9


Sacred Heart 2, Sweet Springs 1

The Lady Gremlins overcame a slow start to the first set Monday to defeat Sweet Springs on the road, 17-25, 25-23, 25-20.

Lady Gremlins freshman Emma Sirom finished with 15 kills, senior Grace Goodwin had seven kills and eight digs and sophomore Kiley Beykirch added six kills.

Sacred Heart (2-1) hosts Bunceton 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Jefferson City 2, Smith-Cotton 0

Smith-Cotton dropped a home match Monday with Jefferson City 25-14, 25-15.

Lady Tigers junior Tera Reberry recorded three kills, four blocks and five digs.

Megan Toops, senior, finished with six assists and two digs.

The Lady Tigers (0-2) move forward Saturday with the Husker Spikefest at Lafayette County in Higginsville.

Green Ridge 2, Concordia 0; Santa Fe 2, Green Ridge 0

Green Ridge split two matches in straight sets Monday with Concordia and Santa Fe.

Lady Tigers senior Riley Hagedorn landed 11 kills and senior Emily Dove recorded 11 assists in a 25-22, 25-23 result against Concordia. Green Ridge junior Maribeth Hammers led the team with eight digs.

The Lady Tigers suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of Santa Fe 25-21, 25-20.

Hagedorn and junior Kailyn Hoos paced Green Ridge (3-1) with four kills apiece. They continue Thursday hosting Crest Ridge.

Windsor 2, Skyline 0

Windsor endured a home loss to Skyline on Monday, 25-16, 25-5.

The Lady Greyhounds (1-2) travel to Archie 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Crest Ridge 2, Northwest 0

Conway at Stover



Smith-Cotton runner-up at home tri-match

Smith-Cotton finished a stroke shy of Helias during a tri-match Monday at Sedalia Country Club.

Lady Tigers senior Gracie Hofheins paced the Lady Tigers, earning medalist honors with a 37. Kiser Pannier, sophomore, carded a 45, senior Morgan Mateja followed with a 48 and senior Gentry Fowler fired a 52.

“I couldn’t be more proud of Gracie,” said S-C golf coach Chris Guffey. “She set the tone and really led the way. She was energetic and determined from her first hole.”

Rylee Ditzfeld, freshman, rounded out the varsity lineup with a 55.


Warrensburg 13, Smith-Cotton 5

Smith-Cotton lost its home-opening game Monday against Warrensburg 13-5.

Warrensburg scored four runs in the first inning and extended its lead in the fifth inning with a grand slam.

S-C senior Calyssa Plymell doubled and drove in two runs. Hannah Hamsher, freshman, added a single while senior Karlee Schlup walked three times.

Smith-Cotton (2-6) continues Wednesday at Boonville.


Fatima 8, Stover 0

Smithton 3, Knob Noster 2


Friday, Sept. 13


7 p.m.

Warsaw at Cole Camp

Adrian at Lincoln

Northwest at Chilhowee

Smith-Cotton at Warrensburg

Tipton at Windsor


All Day

Green Ridge at Dig For Life Tournament


6 p.m.

Green Ridge at Christian Fellowship

La Monte at Belle

Dixon at Stover

6:30 p.m.

Iberia at Stover (at Smithton Soccer Tournament)


3:30 p.m.

Central Missouri at Colorado Premier Challenge (in Denver, Colo.)


4 p.m.

Central Missouri at Minnesota State - Mankato

Saturday, Sept. 14


9 a.m.

Sacred Heart at Raytown (at Clinton Tournament)



9 a.m.

Tipton, Stover at Linn Invitational


All Day

Smith-Cotton, Northwest at Husker Spikefest (at Lafayette County High School in Higginsville)

Sacred Heart at Hillcrest Tournament

Green Ridge at Dig For Life Tournament


2 p.m.

St. Charles Community College at State Fair Community College


4 p.m.

St. Charles Community College at State Fair Community College



Central Missouri at Colorado Premier Challenge (in Denver, Colo.)

Sunday, Sept. 15


11 a.m.

Central Missouri at Bemidji State (in Mankato, Minn.)


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