Home » Archives for March 2014

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Betty Marie (Taber) (Ward) Logan

March 25, 2014 Obituaries
Logan

Betty Marie (Taber) (Ward) Logan, 64, of Sedalia, died Saturday, March 22, 2014 at her home. She was born on Oct. 7, 1949 in Sedalia, a daughter of Henry and [...]

Read the full article →

NW Mustangs score opening night victory over Bunceton, 7-1

March 25, 2014 Roundup
MustangLogo

The Northwest Mustangs beat Bunceton, 7-1, at home Monday. Truman Leicher pitched a complete game, striking out 12 and giving up one earned run on four hits. Alex Brockman went [...]

Read the full article →

S-C tennis boys lose to Panthers, 5-2

March 25, 2014 Roundup
SCFierceTiger.BadgeSq

The Smith-Cotton boys tennis team lost 5-2 on Monday to the Knob Noster Panthers in their opening season match. Singles: 1. Tilley V Zimmersheid 8-5 2. Strause V Lankford 2-8 [...]

Read the full article →

Green Ridge Lady Tigers open season with win over St. Paul’s

March 25, 2014 Roundup
Green_Ridge_High_School

Green Ridge played St. Paul’s at St. Paul’s for both teams’ season openers Friday and won 10-1 in 7 innings. Score by innings 1st- GR 3- SP-0 2nd- GR 7- [...]

Read the full article →

S-C medalists listed from UCM track meet

March 25, 2014 Roundup
SCFierceTiger.BadgeSq

Medalists for the SC Track team at the UCM Indoor Invitational in Warrensburg, held Monday, include the following: Marionna Ward 2nd 55M Hurdles Marionna Ward 3rd Long Jump Girls 4X200M [...]

Read the full article →

S-C’s Edwards to play soccer for Maple Woods

March 25, 2014 Sports
Edwards

Smith-Cotton senior Kali Edwards signed a letter of intent on Tuesday morning to play soccer for the Lady Monarchs at Maple Woods Community College this fall. Seated next to her [...]

Read the full article →

S-C’s Goodson to play soccer at Maple Woods

March 25, 2014 Sports
Goodson

Smith-Cotton senior Alexia Goodson signed a letter of intent on Tuesday morning to play soccer for the Lady Monarchs at Maple Woods Community College this fall. Seated next to her [...]

Read the full article →