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Smith-Cotton came painfully close to picking up its first win of the season Thursday night, but fell in overtime to visiting Versailles, 92-89. Needing to foul down one in the final moments, S-C … more
Smith-Cotton wrestling stayed undefeated in Central Missouri Activities Conference compeition following Tuesday’s home tri-meet with Fulton and Rock Bridge. Fulton didn’t bring a girls … more
On the heels of its best season, State Fair Community college women’s soccer owes some of its success to talented players just down the road. The Lady Roadrunners are plucking another player … more
Smith-Cotton girls basketball’s rally against Warrensburg came a mistake away from becoming complete. Down by two points with 2.9 seconds left, a travel was whistled against the Tigers in … more
Charlie McFail has retired as Smith-Cotton football head coach, per a Sedalia School District 200 release Thursday afternoon. The move will become official when the Board of Education accepts his … more
When she arrives on campus, Rockhurst University women’s basketball will be getting a Bailey Brown who’s still reaching for her ceiling. "I still want to get better, and I don't want … more
Smith-Cotton boys swim and dive got a podium finish from its trip to the Class 1 state finals last weekend in St. Peters. Junior Clay Pilliard, in one of his two events, took seventh place in the … more
There’s an old theory in sports about addition by subtraction. Smith-Cotton boys basketball head coach Mike Franklin isn’t saying what’s taken out of the equation isn’t … more
Winter district assignments and classifications were released by MSHSAA last Friday. The biggest changes come in Class 5 and Class 6, both of which see the elimination of sectionals in favor of … more
KANSAS CITY –– Touchdowns a minute apart in the third quarter made a slim lead a comfortable one for Smith-Cotton, who advanced past Ruskin with a 35-12 victory in Friday night’s … more
Smith-Cotton boys swimming and diving captured second at Wednesday's West Central Conference Classic held at Joseph W. Arbisi Memorial Pool in Sedalia. The field of teams who revisited for the … more
A Sam Cash hat trick helped Smith-Cotton boys soccer end its longest losing streak since 2013. On the wrong side of the scoreline in their last four, the Tigers righted the ship with a 4-0 win … more
It’s just two days away from districts, but Smith-Cotton volleyball is still trying to piece together the puzzle. The Lady Tigers fell at home Tuesday in their final game of the regular … more
Smith-Cotton’s Kiser Pannier, along with the help of head coach Chris Guffey, are doing everything within their power to lead the senior to back-to-back state championships. Both are aware, … 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
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
SEDALIA — The Silver Tiger Trophy belongs to Warrensburg.  The Tigers in all white with a red helmet beat the Tigers in all grey 35-10 on Friday at the Jennie Jaynes Activities … more
Smith-Cotton girls golf coach Christopher Guffey told the Democrat Tuesday afternoon that he’s happy with the team’s current position after winning the first match and placing second in … more
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