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Local teams did more than just get in plenty of reps at volleyball tournaments across the state last weekend. more
It was a battle of Tigers, but Smith-Cotton could have used some wings to get off the ground earlier Friday night. more
WARRENSBURG — Josh Lamberson saw exactly what any head football coach wants to see from their team in Central Missouri's 41-17 win against Central Oklahoma on Saturday, Sept. 9, at Walton Stadium. more
With just two singles matches to go Thursday evening leading 4-3, all Smith-Cotton girls tennis needed was one more win to stamp the night a victory. more
Thursday evening, Sept. 7 at the Yeager’s Cycle bike night, a racetrack made of traffic cones in the parking lot was the setting for a special event. more
WARRENSBURG — A week after making his debut in relief of an injured Cedric Case, redshirt junior Zach Zebrowski has taken his place atop Central Missouri’s publicly listed quarterback depth chart. more
The wrong kind of strikes decided Tuesday night’s rivalry result between Smith-Cotton and Warrensburg at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field. more
Tipton piled up the points Friday night in a 60-14 victory over visiting Lincoln. more
COLE CAMP –– Neither team’s head coach would tell you it was near flawless, but from a neutral perspective, the ending to Friday night’s matchup between Cole Camp and Windsor had about all a fan could ask for. more
ST JOSEPH — Mules football’s defense tallied the final knockout against Missouri Western, but it was the offense landing body blows all night with an unexpected figure under center. more
Smith-Cotton will want to have some positives to build off this Friday before Warrensburg comes to town seven days later. more
The games are coming just as fast as the pitches for Smith-Cotton softball early in the slate, but Monday’s result against Warrensburg was part evidence that it’s not been such a bad thing. more
WARRENSBURG — It took a moment for Class 2 Stover volleyball to put the pieces together against Class 4 Warrensburg. more
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The Denver Broncos acquired kicker Wil Lutz from the New Orleans Saints in exchange for a seventh-round pick next year, reuniting the veteran kicker with coach Sean Payton. more
HUGHESVILLE –– A strong defensive performance by Northwest with Otterville wasn’t enough to overcome ball-security issues in Friday night’s 10-6 season opener loss at home to Santa Fe. more
The beginning of fall sports action means postseason reveals, and the Missouri High School Activities Association released district assignments for football, boys soccer, softball and volleyball on Friday. Here’s a look at how the area teams are affected. more
Contrary to Kenny Chesney lore, everything does not get hotter when the sun goes down. more
WARRENSBURG — The University of Central Missouri Multipurpose Building will bear the name of former Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Jerry Hughes. more
State Fair Community College announced Tuesday afternoon that its women's soccer team will be "on hiatus" for the 2023-24 season. more
Another year, another puzzle to solve for Smith-Cotton boys soccer head coach Ethan Weller. more
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