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After delaying the season from the fall semester due to the coronavirus pandemic, State Fair Community College men’s and women’s soccer are set for the start of a one-of-a-kind 2021 … more
Any other year, celebrating a 1-17 record would be out of place at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center. For the Lady Roadrunners, this season has been an outlier. In a season delayed by … more
Things are moving quickly at State Fair Community College. It added a coach Wednesday to help continue doing just that. more
Gusty conditions knocked out power Monday with about seven minutes left in the junior varsity match at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field in Sedalia, forcing the Smith-Cotton girl’s soccer team to … more
State Fair Community College women’s basketball head coach Kevin Bucher announced his resignation Friday during a press conference at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center in Sedalia. … more
You can’t ice a gamer. After missing the game-tying shot Feb. 24 in a home loss to Missouri State University - West Plains, Roadrunners freshman Naysean Baisey earned another chance to put … more
One year after the coronavirus pandemic canceled the MSHSAA spring sports campaign, there are no restrictions on attendance numbers at Smith-Cotton spring sports events in 2021. Face coverings … more
Familiar faces are at the top of the lineup for Smith-Cotton boy’s tennis this season. After a year without a spring campaign, the Tigers’ returning experience counts for a lot. … more
When Smith-Cotton baseball takes the field for the first time since 2019, the Tigers will rely on many players with little to no varsity experience. Because of the one-year layoff due to COVID-19, … more
State Fair Community College women’s basketball head coach Kevin Bucher believes the Lady Roadrunners are bound to surprise an opponent en route to their first win. At least in the regular … more
WARRENSBURG -- After a win in which Jennies freshman Graceyn Holden logged a perfect shooting performance in her collegiate debut, Central Missouri women’s basketball head coach Dave Slifer … more
Central Missouri Track and Field traveled to Birmingham, Alabama last week to compete in the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field National Championship meet. The Jennies scored 36.5 points, … more
WARRENSBURG — An extra hour in the locker room prior to the NCAA Division II Central Regional Championship didn’t phase Central Missouri. A tornado warning in Johnson County forced … more
SPRINGFIELD — When you make a habit of playing basketball into the spring, there are bound to be rainy days. Tipton girl’s basketball settled for fourth place Saturday after two … more
SPRINGFIELD — In a rematch that called for extra time to decide, Tipton fell short of the ultimate goal one night sooner than last season. Tipton sophomore Myra Claas scored 22 points Friday … more
LINCOLN — After taking a call from Morningside College, Lincoln senior Gabe Mehrens did some reading on the NAIA program in Sioux City, Iowa. Back-to-back national championships and 10 … more
INDEPENDENCE — Third time’s the charm. Smith-Cotton senior Kali Butts became the first Lady Tigers medalist in program history Tuesday, winning third place in the 195-pounds bracket … more
INDEPENDENCE — Anything can happen at state. Just ask the Lady Cardinals. Tipton senior Kyla Cornine finished runner-up in the 235-pounds bracket Tuesday at the MSHSAA Girls State … more
Nearly closing the gap after a 20-point loss earlier this season, Roadrunners head coach Matt Brown said the team threw away game-winning opportunities in the home rematch. State Fair sophomore … more
TIPTON — There’s nothing like a second chance. In its return to the state semifinals, the Tipton’s girl’s basketball team forced a dream rematch against a familiar … more
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