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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
Smith-Cotton will want to have some positives to build off this Friday before Warrensburg comes to town seven days later. more
WARRENSBURG — It took a moment for Class 2 Stover volleyball to put the pieces together against Class 4 Warrensburg. 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
A decision to depart the Kaysinger Conference for a yet-to-be-named eight-team group of schools was unanimously approved by the Tipton R-VI school board at its meeting Wednesday night. more
Sacred Heart volleyball has been a tough train to derail the past few seasons. more
Sacred Heart boys soccer head coach Warren Dey says he’s yet to talk to his team about specific targets for this season. more
If local athletes are squeezing practices and a trip to the fair into their schedules, it can only mean that Friday nights and fall sports games are quick to follow. more
Former Lincoln standout Jackson Beaman had his summer of baseball end a bit early this year, this time on his own terms. more
Lincoln, Northwest and Sacred Heart all had first-team All-State baseballers recognized as part of the squads that were recently released by the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches Association. more
Landon Meyer was stellar on the mound and center fielder Kolton Reynolds proved a menace at the plate as the Joplin Outlaws quieted the Bombers' offense and won 9-3 Tuesday night at Liberty Park Stadium. more
Northwest and Sacred Heart each posted a quartet of first-teamers to All-Kaysinger Conference Baseball, which was recently announced. more
Sedalia Post 642 had little, if any problems taking care of the Central Missouri Mavericks in Wednesday evening’s doubleheader sweep. more
Cole Camp, Lincoln and Northwest led the way with a four-pack of All-Kaysinger Conference first-team selections each from this year's squad announced in recent weeks. more
LINCOLN –– The margins between winning and losing couldn’t have been much thinner between Monday’s opposing Kaysinger Conference programs. more
Pitch count limits were on Sacred Heart’s side against Leeton in Monday’s MSHSAA Class 1 sectional round. more
Tipton’s Johnathan Matchett rightfully seemed in a better mood on the second day of the Class 2 State Track & Field Championships than the one before. more
JEFFERSON CITY –– Stover senior Blaine Brodersen seemed destined to be second, or third-best entering the final day of his high school track career. more
JEFFERSON CITY –– Whatever happened in the 200-meter dash Saturday afternoon for Cole Camp junior Reid Harrison felt trivial. more
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