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Warrensburg extends win streak over Smith-Cotton

Poise shown by visiting Warrensburg Wednesday night epitomized the difference between a squad with seven seniors and another without just one.

Dominant Tipton, comeback Gremlins reach Kaysinger Girls final

Even one of the most reliable challengers to Tipton in recent years couldn’t approach the Kaysinger Conference’s juggernaut.

Gremlins shoot past Cole Camp in Kaysinger Boys QFs

Saturday’s slate of Kaysinger Conference Tournament quarterfinals turned out to be anything but saving the best for last.

Favorites hold serve in Kaysinger Girls QFs

Early rounds of the Kaysinger Conference Girls Tournament went essentially chalk over the weekend.

Wide-open Kaysinger Boys Tournament underway

Make no mistake, whichever two programs make it to the Kaysinger Conference Boys Tournament title game will be battle tested.

Area Roundup: SFCC drops doubleheader with Moberly

State Fair Community College women’s basketball charged back to tie Wednesday night’s game against Moberly Area Community College before eventually falling 83-70.

Lady Gremlins win ahead of Kaysinger tourney

Sacred Heart with Otterville picked up a victory over one of the Kaysinger Conference’s strongest programs in recent years just days ahead of the girls’ tourney to be held at State Fair Community College.

Jerry Hughes, UCM AD of 40 years, dies at 73

Longtime University of Central Missouri Vice President of Intercollegiate Athletics Jerry Hughes died Saturday, Jan. 21 after a brief illness, the school announced Monday, Jan 23.

Gremlins outlast feisty Otterville

No one will need to tell Sacred Heart that Otterville is another team to beware of in the upcoming Kaysinger Conference Boys Tournament.

Pulido close to return as SKC begins preseason

Club record signing Alan Pulido is approaching his return to action as Sporting Kansas City plays the first of its preseason scrimmages Saturday.

Shorthanded Roadrunners can't hold on against Cardinals

The argument could be made that length won out Wednesday night at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.

S-C wrestling celebrates senior night; Lady Tigers sweep

Hickman, like most teams, probably wish Josiah Oliver and Kwan Watkins had never met.

Area Roundup: Lincoln takes back lead for win against Gremlins

Sacred Heart led for nearly all of Friday night’s battle of Kaysinger contenders in Benton County before Lincoln went ahead late and won at home, 40-34.

Tigers fall to Brooks, Waynesville ahead of road trip

Smith-Cotton got to within single digits of Waynesville before the visitors pulled away Friday night in a battle of Tigers.

Lady Roadrunners a win away from Region 16 final

A little early for Halloween, St. Louis Community College still had a scare for the Lady Roadrunners to start Sunday's Region 16 quarterfinal in Sedalia. The Archers jumped in front within a …

Sacred Heart tops New Haven for district title

Trailing 24-22 in the fourth set, Sacred Heart battled back to win and defeated New Haven 3-1 in Saturday night’s Class 1 District 5 Championship in Sedalia. The Gremlins, behind 9-6 in the …

S-C takes momentum into playoffs with 48-7 win

Too many cupcakes can spoil an appetite, but Friday night's 47-8 win over visiting Hogan Prep was a welcoming one for Smith-Cotton. After opening the season with a one-point win, the rout of the …

Area Roundup: Smithton wins Stover Classic

Smithton knocked off Laquey, the No. 1 team in the most recent Missouri Soccer Class 1 Power Rankings, to win the Stover Soccer Classic on Saturday. Senior Braedon Cairer scored to lead the Tigers …

Stover mourns loss of sophomore Caleb Broderson

STOVER –– Long after the teams had departed and the sun had set, in the dark, the number one remained lit in the time and score on the scoreboard at Morgan County R-1 High School. It …

Tigers fight, fall to Helias, 45-21

JEFFERSON CITY –– With less than six minutes left to play and Helias holding a 38-14 lead over Smith-Cotton, the Crusaders faced third down and five yards to go at the Tigers’ …

Former Jennies coach to join bestselling author in presentation at UCM

WARRENSBURG — University of Central Missouri women’s basketball coaching legend Millie Barnes is returning to campus Oct. 11 to be part of a free public presentation featuring New York …
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