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Too many cupcakes can spoil an appetite, but Friday night's 47-8 win over visiting Hogan Prep was a welcoming one for Smith-Cotton. After opening the season with a one-point win, the rout of the … more
Smithton knocked off Laquey, the No. 1 team in the most recent Missouri Soccer Class 1 Power Rankings, to win the Stover Soccer Classic on Saturday. Senior Braedon Cairer scored to lead the Tigers … more
JEFFERSON CITY –– With less than six minutes left to play and Helias holding a 38-14 lead over Smith-Cotton, the Crusaders faced third down and five yards to go at the Tigers’ … more
None of the Sedalia Bombers were all too pleased following an 8-0 home defeat to Clarinda on June 15, but if anyone knows how to bounce back, it’s infielder Adam Webb. At Smith-Cotton, Webb … more
Smith-Cotton High School senior Jaren Washington has accepted athletic and academic scholarships to compete in track and field at William Woods University in Fulton. Washington, the son of … more
SMITHVILLE –– When history beckons deep in the playoffs, even one mistake can be costly. A few of them were too much for Smith-Cotton to overcome in Saturday’s 4-1 defeat to … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Derek Grubb had every reason to be emotional following the conclusion of the MSHSAA Class 5 Championship 110 meter hurdles finals Saturday.  Competing in lane four, … more
Before new business, and potentially making history, Smith-Cotton had some of the old to take care of in its district championship game. Winning the program’s first district title since … more
Saturday’s Class 2 sectional in Monroe produced multiple state qualifiers from Kaysinger Conference programs. Out of an extremely difficult pack in girls shot put, Tipton junior Lily Burns … more
Postseason play began for area baseball teams as early as Friday as the road to US Baseball Park in Ozark kicks into gear over the weekend. For some, that means a familiar foe right off the … more
Smith-Cotton senior Elias Washington figures to get at least a few cuts at Liberty Park Stadium going forward. Primarily a first baseman, Washington made his signing with Three Rivers Community … more
A face-off between Smith-Cotton and Warrensburg in girls soccer is among the notable pairings for district play beginning this weekend. S-C, the two-seed in Class 3 District 7, will face No. 7 … more
A face-off between Smith-Cotton and Warrensburg in girls soccer is among the notable pairings for district play beginning this weekend. S-C, the two-seed in Class 3 District 7, will face No. 7 … more
Rock Bridge got the better of Smith-Cotton at Tiger Stadium Monday in a scoreline that arguably didn’t reflect what was a closer game, particularly in the first 40 minutes. The Bruins beat … more
He joked that the juicy Mizzou stories may have to wait for a tell-all book, but local sports icon Kim Anderson still kept the room entertained as a guest speaker during Tuesday’s Sedalia … more
Smith-Cotton went local in its choice for the newest face of its boys basketball program. Ben Lyles was hired as head coach in a move made official during closed session of Monday’s Sedalia … more
Warrensburg limited errors and free passes to get the better of rival Smith-Cotton in Monday afternoon's 9-3 win at Liberty Park Stadium. Senior Derek Nicas threw a complete game for … more
Smith-Cotton girls soccer needed less than a minute of the second half to dispatch rival Warrensburg in Tuesday’s 8-0 win at the Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccer Complex. It became a much … more
Golfers got a relatively rare day of mild temperatures, fair skies and not-too-gusty winds at Monday’s S-C Classic at Sedalia Country Club, where the hosts and Cole Camp were among those who … more
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
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