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Thursday, Sept. 19

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

Cole Camp 2, Smithton 0

Lady Bluebirds senior Sara Harms landed seven kills and senior Ashley Schear added six kills and digs apiece Thursday during a 25-21, 25-16 victory at Smithton.

Cole Camp senior Jenna Harms and junior Destiny Kestner finished with seven assists each, while sophomore Paityn Massingill recorded four kills and five digs.

The Lady Bluebirds (1-4, 1-1 Kaysinger) host Versailles on Monday.

Smithton (2-5, 1-1) hosts Warsaw on Monday.

Rock Bridge 2, Smith-Cotton 0

Smith-Cotton dropped a road match Thursday at Rock Bridge in Columbia 25-12, 25-9.

The Lady Tigers (4-4-1) return home Tuesday, Sept. 24, to host Helias.

La Monte 2, Otterville 1

The Lady Vikings recovered from a loss in game one Thursday to win 21-25, 25-13, 25-23 at Otterville.

La Monte (5-3, 1-1) hosts Green Ridge on Tuesday.

Otterville (5-1, 1-1) travels to Calvary Lutheran on Monday.

Stover 2, Windsor 1

The Lady Greyhounds lost a home match Thursday to Stover 27-25, 6-25, 10-25.

Windsor senior Elizabeth Hood landed five kills with two blocks. Lady Greyhounds junior Karlee West and sophomore Angela Dixon added two kills apiece.

Windsor (2-4, 0-1) moves forward Monday versus Lakeland.

Stover (6-3, 1-1) travels Monday to Bunceton.

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

Sacred Heart 2, Green Ridge 1

Sacred Heart converted two penalty kicks Thursday to beat Green Ridge 2-1 in Sedalia.

Green Ridge netted the first goal after a scoreless first half. Gremlins sophomore Ian Viscarra leveled the match with a PK after a Green Ridge ejection.

With about four minutes to play, Sacred Heart junior John Ulbrich drew a foul in the box with four minutes to play, and Viscarra converted another penalty attempt.

Sacred Heart (5-4-1, 1-0 Kaysinger) travels Friday to Greenwood.

Green Ridge (2-4, 1-1) plays again Friday at Crocker.

Smithton 2, Cole Camp 1

The Tigers moved to 2-0 in Kaysinger Conference play Thursday with a 2-1 win hosting Cole Camp.

Smithton freshman Braedon Cairer scored unassisted and senior Blane Staus converted a penalty kick to help the Tigers beat the Bluebirds for the first time since 2014.

The Tigers (5-2, 2-0) play Friday at Christian Fellowship.

Cole Camp (1-2, 0-1) host Iberia on Monday.

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS TENNIS

Clinton 6, Smith-Cotton 3

Smith-Cotton suffered a 6-3 loss Thursday at Clinton.

Lady Tigers junior Caroline Matz swept her No. 1 singles match and helped win the top doubles match with junior Macy Mathew, 8-4.

“We didn’t come out and play the way we know, and they capitalized on our mistakes,” said Lady Tigers head coach Christine Nierman.

S-C freshman Ellie Kotok won her singles match 8-2.

The Lady Tigers (4-3) compete Saturday at the Marshall Tournament.

Wednesday, Sept. 18

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

Hickman 1, Smith-Cotton 0

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS GOLF

Lady Tigers win back-to-back tournaments

Smith-Cotton sophomore Kiser Pannier fired an 18-hole total of 9-over-par 83 to capture medalist honors and help the Lady Tigers claim back-to-back tournament wins Wednesday at the Richmond Invitational at Shirkey Golf Club

The Lady Tigers won the Marshall Invitational on Tuesday. S-C golf coach Chris Guffey said winning at Richmond capped a big week for the Lady Tigers.

“We’ve got a better score still in us, but halfway through the season, I’m pleased with our progression,” Guffey said.

Smith-Cotton seniors Gracie Hofheins (94), Morgan Mateja (99) and Gentry Fowler (105) helped round out the team score of 381, while freshman Ramey Kempton finished just shy of her personal best with a 116.

Tuesday, Sept. 17

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

Smith-Cotton 2, Warrensburg 0

Sacred Heart 2, Lincoln 1

Lady Gremlins sophomore Kiley Beykirch recorded 10 kills, 16 assists and 14 digs Tuesday during a 12-25, 25-19, 25-15 victory at Lincoln.

Beykirch landed 10 kills at a 67% clip. Sacred Heart senior Grace Goodwin collected 20 digs and three kills, Kaytlin Kempf had five kills and three digs and freshman Emma Siron added 12 kills, five digs and two blocks.

Sacred Heart (5-4-1) hosts Green Ridge on Thursday.

Lincoln (3-3) moves forward Thursday at Northwest.

Green Ridge 2, Stover 0

Lady Tigers senior Jasmine Cowart landed seven kills Tuesday in a 25-23, 25-16 victory hosting Stover.

Green Ridge senior Emily Dove led the team with 13 assists and four aces, while classmate Riley Hagedorn finished with 10 digs.

Green Ridge (4-2) travels Thursday to Sacred Heart.

Stover (5-3) plays Thursday at Windsor.

Smithton 2, La Monte 0

Lady Tigers senior Caitlin Frazee delivered seven aces with 17 assists and seven digs Tuesday during a 25-11, 25-13 victory at La Monte.

Smithton senior Alyssya Cason landed five kills and recorded seven digs. Lady Tigers junior Erin Letourneau and senior Mallory Hoehns added five and four kills, respectively.

Smithton (2-3) travels Wednesday to Sweet Springs and hosts Cole Camp on Thursday.

La Monte plays again Thursday at Otterville.

Tipton 2, Cole Camp 0

Cole Camp dropped its first Kaysinger Conference match of the season Tuesday hosting Tipton 25-15, 25-19.

Lady Bluebirds senior Ashley Schear finished with eight kills and seven digs, while classmate Sara Harms added five kills.

Cole Camp (0-4) plays again Thursday at Smithton.

Tipton (2-2) hosts Otterville on Tuesday, Sept. 24.

Otterville 2, Northwest 1

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

Smith-Cotton 5, Warrensburg 0

Keith Hawkins, senior, scored twice Tuesday to help Smith-Cotton defeat Warrensburg 5-0.

S-C sophomore Sam Cash scored the first goal of the match in the 23rd minute on an assist from junior Austyn Wenner. Cash assisted junior Veniamin Torchylo on a goal one minute later, and junior Jacob Ideran scored the fifth goal in minute 58.

Tigers senior Wesley Morrison secured the team’s fifth shutout and third straight win in goal.

Smith-Cotton (6-1) plays Wednesday at Hickman in Columbia.

Green Ridge 4, Stover 2

Tigers senior Mason Harding recorded two goals and assists apiece Tuesday to lead Green Ridge to a 4-2 win hosting Stover.

Harding assisted seniors Tanner Hoos and Dylan Elwood on two goals, while senior Carson Brown assisted on Harding’s two scores.

Green Ridge (2-3) has won two straight entering a Thursday match at Sacred Heart in Sedalia.

Stover (1-7) hosts Fair Grove on Thursday.

Smithton 5, La Monte 1

Smithton senior Justin Parker scored twice Tuesday during a 5-1 victory visiting La Monte.

Tigers freshman Braedon Cairer recorded two assists, while junior Aaron Douglas finished with one goal and assist apiece. Smithton senior Blane Staus and sophomore Lewis Page scored one goal each and sophomores Skylar Perry and Audree Ross each had one assist.

Smithton (4-2) hosts Cole Camp on Thursday.

HIGH SCHOOL

SWIM AND DIVE

Acosta extends a pair of records at Lee's Summit

Smith-Cotton senior Jeremy Acosta extended his own school records in the individual medley (2 minutes, 6.52 seconds) and 100-meter butterfly (55.95) Tuesday at the Lee’s Summit Aquatic Center.

Both marks resulted in first-place finishes for Acosta.

Tigers freshman Clay Pilliard captured the 200 freestyle event in 2:00.27. S-C senior Cooper Rea led four teammates to win the diving event.

Hunter Scholl, junior, finished runner-up in the 500 freestyle (5:52.01) and third in the 100 breaststroke (1:17.72).

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS GOLF

Lady Tigers win at Marshall Invitational

Smith-Cotton captured the Marshall Invitational on Tuesday with a team score of 375.

Lady Tigers sophomore Kiser Pannier finished second individually with an 83.

Sacred Heart junior Caten Lucchesi placed fourth with an 89 as the Lady Gremlins totaled a team score of 416.

S-C seniors Gracie Hofheins and Gentry Fowler carded a 93 and 98, respectively. Lady Tigers senior Morgan Mateja rounded out the team score with a 101, and freshman Ramey Kempton fired a personal-best round of 112.

Lady Gremlins juniors Kelsey Hudson carded a 98, Addy Trammell shot a 108 and Amelia Schott fired a 121.

Eldon’s Kassidy Hull secured medalist honors with an 18-hole round of 79.

Monday, Sept. 16

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

Sacred Heart 2, Hickman 1

The Lady Gremlins improved to 4-4-1 with a 27-25, 15-25, 28-26 victory Monday at Hickman in Columbia.

Lady Gremlins sophomore Kiley Beykirch finished with 14 assists and digs apiece.

Lady Gremlins freshman Emma Siron led the team with 14 kills, while senior Grace Goodwin paced Sacred Heart with 15 digs.

Sacred Heart opens conference play

California 2, Cole Camp 1

Cole Camp seniors Ashley Schear and Sara Harms landed nine kills apiece Monday during a 25-18, 12-25, 17-25 home loss to California.

Schear led the team with 14 digs. Lady Bluebirds junior Destiny Kestner recorded 11 assists and digs each, while sophomore Paityn Massingill finished with three kills and seven digs.

Cole Camp (0-3) hosts Tipton on Tuesday.

Otterville 2, Bunceton 0

Otterville continued its undefeated start Monday with a 25-20, 25-16 victory at Bunceton.

The Lady Eagles (4-0) start conference play Tuesday at Northwest.

La Monte 2, Kingsville 1

La Monte suffered a loss to Crest Ridge but recovered with a 19-25, 25-21, 25-17 victory Monday against Kingsville during a home tri-match.

La Monte (4-2) fell 25-11, 25-20 to the Lady Cougars. They play again Tuesday hosting Smithton.

Windsor 2, Chilhowee 0

Lady Greyhounds senior Elizabeth Hood had three kills and a block Monday during a 25-17, 25-8 victory versus Chilhowee.

Windsor sophomore Angela Dixon added two kills and a pair of aces. The Lady Greyhounds (2-3) begin Kaysinger Conference play Thursday hosting Stover.

Skyline 2, Stover 0

Lincoln 2, Ballard 0

Sweet Springs at Northwest

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

Knob Noster 3, Stover 0

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS GOLF

Lady Tigers sixth at Mo-Kan Invitational

Smith-Cotton sophomore Kiser Pannier fired an 87 to claim 15th individually Monday as the Lady Tigers finished sixth with a team score of 390 at the Mo-Kan Invitational at Blue Hills Country Club.

Lady Tigers senior Gracie Hofheins carded a 96, senior Morgan Mateja shot a 99, and senior Gentry Fowler finished with a 108.

S-C freshman Rylee Ditzfeld also shot 110. The Lady Tigers compete Tuesday at the Marshall Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS TENNIS

Bolivar 5, Smith-Cotton 4

Smith-Cotton juniors Caroline Matz and Macy Mathew each won their singles matches 8-3 during a 5-4 team loss Monday versus Bolivar.

Lady Tigers sophomore Ellie Kotok won her No. 6 singles match 8-6, while Matz and Mathew picked up Smith-Cotton’s lone doubles victory, 8-4.

The Lady Tigers (4-2) travel Thursday to Clinton.

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Friday, Sept. 20

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

7 p.m.

Lincoln at Windsor

Knob Noster at Tipton

Cole Camp at El Dorado Springs

Northwest with Sacred Heart at Appleton City

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

6 p.m.

Green Ridge at Crocker

St. Paul Lutheran at La Monte

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS TENNIS

8 a.m.

Smith-Cotton at Warrensburg Doubles Tournament

HIGH SCHOOL

SWIM AND DIVE

5 p.m.

Smith-Cotton at North Kansas City Invitational

COLLEGE WOMENS SOCCER

3 p.m.

Central Missouri at Northwest Missouri

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

6 p.m.

Central Missouri at Missouri Western

Saturday, Sept. 21

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

8 a.m.

Sacred Heart at Camdenton Tournament

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

11 a.m.

Sacred Heart at Greenwood

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS TENNIS

8 a.m.

Smith-Cotton at Marshall Tournament

HIGH SCHOOL

CROSS COUNTRY

8 a.m.

Smith-Cotton at Smith-Cotton Invitational (at Clover Dell Park)

9 a.m.

Tipton at Fulton Invitational

COLLEGE WOMENS SOCCER

1 p.m.

Southwestern Illinois College at State Fair Community College

COLLEGE MENS SOCCER

3 p.m.

Southwestern Illinois College at State Fair Community College

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

6 p.m.

Northwest Missouri at Central Missouri

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

7 p.m.

Central Missouri at Missouri Western

Sunday, Sept. 22

COLLEGE WOMENS SOCCER

1 p.m.

Missouri Southern at Central Missouri

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