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The second Kaysinger Boys Basketball Tournament semifinal Tuesday night at State Fair Community College may have only left Sacred Heart let down. Smithton's 56-55 win over the Gremlins had the … more
Smith-Cotton coach Michael Franklin will be on the move following the completion of the 2021-22 school year.  Franklin was announced as the next head coach of Knob Noster High School in a … more
The 2020 Class 1 state champions will be led by a new face when football season rolls around this fall. News that Windsor football head coach Jake Vencill’s position was opening up was … more
Holiday tournament season action gets back underway Monday with a full slate of games at the Otterville Holiday Classic. In the girls bracket, fifth-seeded Lincoln plays the first quarterfinal at … more
State Fair Community College men’s soccer added Sacred Heart standout Ian Viscara to its ranks for next season, a move commemorated by last week’s signing ceremony in the Gremlins’ … more
Otterville senior Josie Neal scored 20 points alongside teammate Katie McKinney at last week's W-K Holiday Shoot-Out, but her game to remember came just a few days before in a win over Climax … more
Everyone got in on the action Saturday afternoon for Smithton boys basketball head coach Richie Pond's 200th victory at the school, including his son Ryan, a 5-foot-11 freshman forward. "It's … more
For the second time in recent memory, Smith-Cotton girls basketball had a field day with Central Kansas City. The Lady Tigers dominated from the get-go to pick up a 84-39 victory in the … more
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
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