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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 
Incoming junior Maddy Kindle drives a ball through the infield during soft-toss hitting drills Wednesday morning.
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Incoming junior Maddy Kindle drives a ball through the infield during soft-toss hitting drills Wednesday morning.

Smith-Cotton Softball Skills Camp [PHOTOS]

The Smith-Cotton softball program and head coach Janeil Draffen offered a skills camp this week that featured instruction from University of Missouri S&T pitching coach Chad Shatz and Central Methodist University coaches Pat Reardon and Gene Reardon. Pl

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 
Smith-Cotton High School football players load used tires into a trailer Friday morning at Warehouse Tire and Muffler on South Limit Avenue.
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton High School football players load used tires into a trailer Friday morning at Warehouse Tire and Muffler on South Limit Avenue.

S-C Football Day Of Service

 

Smith-Cotton High School football players spent Friday morning working for businesses and backers across the community as a way to thank them for their continuing support of the program. Coach Ryan Boyer said more than 50 athletes participated in the service day. "I

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Lt. Col. (Ret.) Harry Cunningham addresses Smith-Cotton Army JROTC cadets and supporters during the program's annual awards ceremony April 17, 2014, in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Cunningham, who retired as the Tiger Battalion's Senior Army Instructor, is returning to lead the program.
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Lt. Col. (Ret.) Harry Cunningham addresses Smith-Cotton Army JROTC cadets and supporters during the program's annual awards ceremony April 17, 2014, in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Cunningham, who retired as the Tiger Battalion's Senior Army Instructor, is returning to lead the program.

Lt. Col (Retired) Harry Cunningham Returning to Smith-Cotton High School Army JROTC Program

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Harry Cunningham, who led the Smith-Cotton High School Army JROTC program from 2009 to 2014, is returning to the position of Senior Army Instructor for the Tiger Battalion.

Cunningham retired at the end of the 2013-14 school year and was replaced by Lt

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Claps: Jessica Miranda, front, and her fellow seniors applaud after Sedalia 200 Board of Education President Dr. Jeff Sharp ticked off a long list of the Class of 2015’s accomplishments.
Claps: Jessica Miranda, front, and her fellow seniors applaud after Sedalia 200 Board of Education President Dr. Jeff Sharp ticked off a long list of the Class of 2015’s accomplishments.

Smith-Cotton High School Graduates 324 Students

The Smith-Cotton High School Class of 2015 marked its graduation Saturday night with Commencement ceremonies in the Mathewson Exhibition Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

The class of 324 graduates was led by valedictorian Abby Knight; salutatorian was Olivia Funk

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members Alec Wilken, left, and Keelly Jones

Smith-Cotton Talking Tigers Compete In State Tournament

Smith-Cotton Talking Tigers speech and debate team members Alec Wilken, left, and Keelly Jones competed last weekend at the MSHSAA Speech and Debate State Competition. Alec and Keelly held their own in Domestic and International Extemporaneous Speaking, placing in the top 20 in the state but did not advance to finals

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Members of the Smith-Cotton Math Team celebrate Saturday after taking first place in Division 1 in the Cole Camp Math Relays.

Smith-Cotton Finishes First In Cole Camp Math Relays

Josh Gooch took honors as the top senior competitor and the Smith-Cotton Math Team took first place in Division 1 at Saturday’s Cole Camp Math Relays.

Gooch was first in the Calculus, Random Science, Trigonometry 11/12 and Algebra 12 categories; the S-C senior team of Gooch, Sydney Kocsis and Carter Lapine also took first place in Team Tests

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Mr. Gooch

Services Set For Smith-Cotton Teacher Steve Gooch

Services for Stephen D. Gooch, a Smith-Cotton High School teacher who died Monday, have been scheduled. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 pm Friday at the First United Methodist Church Celebration Center,1701 West 32nd St

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For New Smith-Cotton High School Stadium Moved To Monday

Due to a less-than-desired weather forecast, the Sedalia School District has made the decision to move the Smith-Cotton Stadium Ribbon Cutting Ceremony from Thursday, March 5, to Monday, March 9.

In addition, the Sedalia 200 Board of Education meeting set for Monday, March 9, will be moved from Washington Elementary School to Smith-Cotton High School

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200
Sedalia School District 200 Assistant Superintendent Steve Triplett demonstrates the tip-down helmet-and-shoulder pad racks during a tour of Smith-Cotton
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Sedalia School District 200 Assistant Superintendent Steve Triplett demonstrates the tip-down helmet-and-shoulder pad racks during a tour of Smith-Cotton

New Jennie Jaynes Complex Donors Get Tour of Stadium

 

Sedalia School District 200 on Sunday (Feb. 22) held a recognition reception for donors to Smith-Cotton Stadium at Jennie Jaynes Complex, and the event included a tour of the $6 million facility. Aft

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Smith-Cotton High School Offers Driver’s Ed for Young Drivers [INTERVIEW]

One of the most important milestones in a young person's life is learning how to drive.  It can be daunting for them to get behind the wheel, and scary for the adults too, with all their safety fears. That's why the Smith-Cotton High School is offering their safe driver's ed course.

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