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The Smith-Cotton Girls Soccer team gave back to the district after hosting a mental health awareness game in the spring of 2021.  The girl’s team used to host a cancer awareness game … more
KANSAS CITY — Getting to the NCAA Division II final four was easier said than done for Jennies basketball in 2020-21.  Battling restrictions attached to the COVID-19 pandemic while … more
KANSAS CITY — Like most, if not all, teams around college basketball, acclimating to the 2020-21 season proved to be a challenge for Mules basketball.  The COVID-19 pandemic forced the … more
WARRENSBURG — As Emporia State football drove down the field within the final minute, all Central Missouri’s defense could do was hope. On a drive that began following an interception … more
JEFFERSON CITY — It was a tale of two halves, but the strength of Capital City’s first half overpowered Smith-Cotton’s second-half defensive stands as the Cavaliers beat the Tigers, … more
SPRINGFIELD — Despite playing to within a goal against two of its opponents, Smith-Cotton boys soccer was unable to come back from last weekend’s Kickapoo Tournament in Springfield with a … more
WARRENSBURG — Mules football led throughout the majority of its meeting with No. 16 Nebraska Kearney on Saturday, Sept. 25, at Walton Stadium. In this case, it was the smaller portion of … more
COLUMBIA - The Smith-Cotton defense was sturdy all night Friday against Hickman, but the offense couldn’t muster any momentum as the Kewpies earned a 16-6 win at Robert M. LeMone Field. The … more
With the fall athletic season underway at State Fair Community College, the Booster Club hosted a meet-and-greet with coaches and players Monday night at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose … more
WARRENSBURG — Central Missouri football’s early-season woes continued in a 47-7 loss to Northwest Missouri State on Saturday, Sept. 18, at Walton Stadium.  For the third straight … more
In a three-set match on Tuesday, visiting Warrensburg only found itself more than two points behind Smith-Cotton once.  Warrensburg found a way to recover behind its early second-set deficit, … more
The injury-plagued Smith-Cotton Tigers couldn’t stop Jefferson City senior running back David Bethune, who scored three first-half touchdowns to lead the Jays to a 49-0 win Friday night at … more
Most college sports teams, including those at State Fair Community College, have been around for years. But 2021 marks the first year for the esports team at SFCC. Esports coach Jacob Coleman said … more
SPRINGFIELD — However tough a pill to swallow, Sacred Heart boys soccer head coach Warren Dey spelled out to his players Saturday that the loss the team was about to take was not the entire … more
SEDALIA — The Silver Tiger Trophy belongs to Warrensburg.  The Tigers in all white with a red helmet beat the Tigers in all grey 35-10 on Friday at the Jennie Jaynes Activities … more
In the midst of his second week as a graduate assistant on Mules baseball’s coaching staff, Chase Plymell received a phone call from the Chicago White Sox organization.  Plymell … more
HOLDEN — Cole Camp volleyball traveled to Holden on Wednesday, Sept. 8.  After winning the first and third sets, the Bluebirds fell 3-2 (25-19, 16-25, 25-19, 17-25, … more
Smith-Cotton girls golf coach Christopher Guffey told the Democrat Tuesday afternoon that he’s happy with the team’s current position after winning the first match and placing second in … more
Former State Fair Community College standout pitcher Chase Plymell has signed a contract with the Chicago White Sox of Major League Baseball. The Sedalia native and Smith-Cotton graduate was a key … more
WARRENSBURG — Opening night didn’t go as Central Missouri would’ve hoped.  With just one drive resulting in a scoring play in the first half against Pittsburg State on … more
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