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Are You Ready For the Battle of the Silver Tiger Trophy?

Sports fans love rivalries, especially on the local scene. This area is blessed with some great rivalries and perhaps there is none bigger than Smith-Cotton versus Warrensburg. Both of these teams are named the Tigers and each year in football there is the battle for the Silver Tiger Trophy

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Sedalia School Board to Vote on Accepting Sedalia Parks and Rec’s Offer to Buy Jennie Jaynes Stadium Property

The pursuit to build a new high school activities stadium at Smith-Cotton High School continues today (Sept. 9). A few months ago, the Sedalia School Board voted to hire a construction manager to build a new athletic and activities center. The plans have been moving along ever since. Today, the Sedalia School Board will be voting on whether to accept and sign the contract that the Sedalia Parks and Rec Board voted on. They would pay $1 million to the Sedalia School Board for possession of the land.

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Should Sedalia School Board Be Able to Continue the Athletic Complex Proposal Without Full Private Funds? [POLL]

There have been a lot of people that asked questions about the new Smith-Cotton High School stadium being proposed. While many have said that the complex has become outdated and needs upgrades or replacing, some have pointed out that in the process of the Sedalia School District getting the tax levy to build the high school, the athletic complex was cut out of the project in order for the levy to pass after it failed several times. It's their opinion the project shouldn’t be done with any public funds.

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Jud Kindle

Sedalia Bombers Manager Jud Kindle Named New Smith-Cotton Baseball Head Coach

Sedalia Bombers Manager Jud Kindle has been named the new head coach for the Smith-Cotton High School baseball team. Kindle is a former Smith-Cotton Tiger himself and brings a lot of experience and knowledge to the Tigers baseball team.

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Liberty Park Stadium

Listen to Smith-Cotton Tiger Baseball Streaming Online

The Smith-Cotton Tigers baseball season is in full swing. Join Kaleb Filis and Al McCurdy with the play-by-play of Varsity, Junior Varsity and C team games. We'll highlight each team as they play at historic Liberty Park and a few on the road

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McCarthy Toyota

McCarthy Toyota Helps Send the Smith-Cotton Marching Tigers to the Liberty Bowl

The Smith-Cotton Marching Tigers have been selected as the only band from the state of Missouri to appear at the Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tn. on New Year’s Day. It’s a great trip for these band members, but it’s expensive.  Of the $30,000+ needed, T.I.M.P.O. (Tiger Instrumental Music Promoters Organization) had managed to raise all but about $8,000. Enter McCarthy Toyota of Sedalia.

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