Roundup

NW Mustangs’ season ends with 11-1 loss to Bell City

June 2, 2015 Roundup
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The Northwest Mustangs beat Macon County with Bucklin, 12-6, last Wednesday at Hughesville, to advance in the Class 1 state playoffs. The Mustangs then played the Bell City Cubs (24-3) […]






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Warsaw Wildcats lose to Scott City, 4-1

May 28, 2015 Roundup
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The Warsaw Wildcats beat Summit Christian, 5-2, Wednesday night at home in Class 3 MSHSAA baseball playoffs. Warsaw  moved on to play Scott City June 1 at O’Fallon. The Wildcats […]






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MW Mustangs advance after 12-1 win over Vernon County

May 26, 2015 Roundup
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The Northwest Mustangs beat Northeast Vernon County, 12-1, Tuesday at Walker, northeast of Nevada, Mo. The Mustangs, now 12-14, play Macon County with Bucklin (12-4)  on May 27.






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S-C track athletes set records, advance to state meet

May 26, 2015 Roundup
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Senior Mariona Ward qualified for the state track meet in four events, setting school records in two of them as the Smith-Cotton High School track and field program saw six […]






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Two area golfers earn All-State Medalist honors

May 21, 2015 Roundup
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Peyton Needy of Green Ridge (13th) Boone Kroenke of Lincoln (10th) pose for a photo after both earned All State Medalist status at the Class 1 State Golf Tournament in […]






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Local team wins showdown

May 20, 2015 Roundup
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The Mid-Mo Yellow Jackets, a local 16U basketball team, won the Missouri/Kansas Metro Showdown this past weekend at the KC Sports Lodge in Independence. They beat out four other teams […]






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Lady Roadrunners add three more student athletes

May 20, 2015 Roundup
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State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners head coach Kevin Bucher has added a trio of high school teammates from Chandler Park Academy in Detroit, Michigan, to the 2015 recruiting class. […]






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