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SC Tigers Finish Third In SC/McDonald’s Tournament: [FINAL RESULTS]

Congratulations to the Smith-Cotton Tigers on finished third in the Smith-Cotton/McDonald's Tournament. Here are the results from the final day of action and the all tournament team.

Consolation Final:            Moberly              77
                                                Warrensburg     65
 
Third Place Game:           Smith-Cotton    55
                                                KC East                 44
 
Championship:                  Kickapoo             77
                                                Rock Bridge        60
 
2015 All-Tournament Team
Jared Ridder (MVP)        Kickapoo
Ryan Kreklow                    Rock Bridge
Matt Ridder                        Kickapoo
Josh Broadus                     Rock Bridge
Jacob Bergman                 Smith-Cotton
Tyson Batiste                     Kickapoo
Eric Kuse                              Rock Bridge
Issac Johnson                    Kickapoo
Chance Johnson               Smith-Cotton
Tanner Wetrich                 Moberly

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SC/McDonald’s Basketball Webcasts

The 2015 S-C/McDonald's Boys and Girls Basketball Classic tournaments are happening this week and next.

We will follow the Smith-Cotton Tigers in the 2015 McDonald's Boys and Girls Basketball Classic Tournaments

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Good Luck SC & SH
McDonalds is among many businesses cheering on SC & SH

SC And SH Soccer Fall

The Smith-Cotton Tigers soccer team lost in the semi-finals to Webster Groves in the Missouri State High School State Class 3A Semi-Finals 4-2 on Friday afternoon (Nov. 14).

The Sacred Heart Gremlins lost in the semi-finals to Canton 2-1 in the Missouri State High School Class 1A Semi-Finals on Friday afternoon

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Smith-Cotton and Sacred Heart Advance Into State Soccer Semi-Finals

The Smith-Cotton Tigers Soccer pursuit for the state championships still continues on. The Smith-Cotton Tigers defeated Van Horn by a score of 3-0 last night (Nov. 8).

The Smith-Cotton Tigers will take on Webster Groves on Friday, Nov

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Smith-Cotton JROTC
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton Tiger Batallion JROTC cadets, led by Christian Sarabia, work on their marching formation with guidance from CSM Randy Woods, right, Wednesday morning in the high school parking lot. The cadets are preparing to march in Friday's homecoming parade, which starts at about 3:30 pm.

Smith-Cotton Prepares For Homecoming

The 2014 Smith-Cotton Homecoming Parade is set for Friday, October 17. Students and organizations have been busy preparing floats and for the parade in Downtown Sedalia.
Lineup for the Homecoming Parade begins at 3 p

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Smith-Cotton Tigers Football Broadcasts

The 2014 Smith-Cotton Tigers Football season is here and new coach, Ryan Bowers, is ready to take on the season. Listen in for all the home and away games with Beau Matthews bringing you the play-by-play

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Smith-Cotton Marching Tigers Prepare for Performances

The Smith-Cotton Tiger Pride Marching Band are participating in its camp this week as it prepares for this year’s field show, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of Foo Fighters. The show will include the songs “Learn To Fly,” “DOA” and “Monkey Wrench

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Smith-Cotton Tigers Basketball Camp

This week, the new Smith-Cotton Basketball Coach Brennan Scanlon introduced himself to the program with a basketball camp for grades 5-12. Our Video Reporter, Isaiah Smith, had the chance to check out the camp and talk with Scanlon's hopes for his first year with the team

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from left, Albert Nash, Zac Volk and Marionna Ward (Courtesy of Smith-Cotton High School)

Smith-Cotton Track: District Results

Smith-Cotton High School’s boys track team finished in fifth place in Saturday’s Class 4 District 5 track meet in Jefferson City, and saw four individual performers qualify for the sectional meet

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Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer
Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer [photo courtesy of Sedalia School District Facebook]

Smith-Cotton and Warrensburg to Face Off in Kickin’ It For a Cure Soccer Game

The annual Kickin' It For a Cure soccer game will be held at the Susie Ditzfeld Soccer Field tonight (May 8) between the Smith-Cotton Tigers and Warrensburg Tigers. This annual game has been played in years past to raise awareness for breast cancer. This year, the benefits of the game will be going to Bothwell Regional Health Center for the cancer services they provide.

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