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Smith-Cotton boys golf came narrowly close to taking first place in Monday’s Columbia Classic Invitational, the team's first tournament action of the season. S-C collectively shot a 336, … more
When I was out and about Saturday night, something happened that had me a little irked. Clearly, that wasn’t Duke losing in Coach K’s last ride. I had missed something in pro … more
Nearly four months have passed since Darian Weeks’ UFC debut. It’s far longer than the four days Weeks had to prepare for that fight, a unanimous decision defeat at UFC on ESPN 31 to … more
Smith-Cotton track registered a trio of first-place finishes at Tuesday’s meet involving four other schools, including host Warrensburg. In the Girls' 1,600-meter run, Leia Goodwin and … more
A former basketball standout and a staple of the school’s athletics will be recognized by State Fair Community College next month. Former men’s basketball player Kenny Chery, along … more
The message from State Fair Community College baseball head coach Jud Kindle after being swept by Crowder College in Monday’s doubleheader at Liberty Park was clear as can … more
A home doubleheader that resulted in a pair of defeats Saturday to Oak Park helped illustrate what Smith-Cotton has to fine tune going forward. The Tigers (0-3) fells 12-2 in the matinee game, … more
Northwest baseball was very good last spring. The Mustangs finished with a record of 16-4. They averaged 10.1 runs per game, and allowed just 2.6. Those marks were significantly better than the … more
Local players and coaches were widely recognized with postseason awards from the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association and Central Missouri media. The MBCA released Wednesday details of its Hall … more
SMITHTON –– Fall has been the time when lasting soccer memories are made in Smithton. That changed with Monday night’s first-ever match for the newly launched Lady Tigers girls … more
Smith-Cotton girls soccer got its season underway Friday with a win in conditions best enjoyed with an umbrella. Playing at Heckart Field in steady rainfall, the climate didn’t put off the … more
A powerhouse in spring softball in recent years, Lincoln missed 2020 as much as anyone, but the program didn’t look as if it had skipped a beat in 2021. The Lady Cardinals, defending Class 1 … more
One Rusk has been a staple in the Cole Camp dugout for years. Now, there is another. Two, actually. Couple Brendan and Darian Rusk are preparing to begin their first seasons in charge of the … more
Freshman have been much of the hype in college basketball since the turn of the century. They came long after Juwan Howard, Patrick Ewing and Michael Jordan, but Carmelo Anthony and Gerry McNamara … more
A balanced year on the boys’ side was reflected, as were several of the top girls teams in the recently released Kaysinger All-Conference basketball rosters. Seven schools placed a pair on … more
A lopsided postseason defeat on Smith-Cotton’s own field masked what was otherwise a largely successful 2021 for the girls soccer program. After COVID-19 wiped out the previous spring, the … more
Sacred Heart punched its ticket as the third Kaysinger Conference team to reach the quarterfinals with Wednesday night’s victory in Jefferson City. The Gremlins held on at Helias High School … more
HARRISBURG –– Northwest’s shooting touch evaporated for too long to advance in Tuesday night’s Class 1 sectional. The Mustangs went over seven minutes in the second half … more
Tipton head coach Jason Culpepper knows as well as anybody how hard it is to slip away from his standout junior guard, Myra Claas. Most know what she can do on offense, but Claas got assigned to … more
The circumstances that led Cole Camp to emerge from last weekend’s district tournament helped make the final 10 seconds of Wednesday night’s Class 3 sectional game at Smith-Cotton High … more
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