KNOB NOSTER - Knob Noster’s Iverson Sirom let out a joyous scream as he was getting mobbed by the Panther student section following the Panthers game on Friday, Feb. 14.
WARRENSBURG - Another promising start by the Central Missouri Mules fizzled out again, this time ending in a 65-50 loss to Fort Hays State on Thursday, Feb. 13.
WARRENSBURG - Coming off the second worst two-game stretch of her illustrious career, senior Morgan Fleming got back on track with a season-high 29-point effort to give the No. 24 Jennies a 76-69 win over Fort Hays State (RV) on Thursday, Feb. 13.
Knob Noster wrestling's Kelsey Burden is the Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Ford and Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Chrysler Feb. 3 through Feb. 8 Female Athlete of the Week for finishing second at 152lbs. at the district tournament.
Leeton basketball's Cody Shackelford is the Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Ford and Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Chrysler Feb. 3 through Feb. 8 Male Athlete of the Week for scoring 17 points in a win over Kingsville.
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg called upon Brooks Baldwin in the final 30 seconds of Tuesday, Feb. 11, win over Pleasant Hill to seal the win and he rose to the occasion, making all six of his free throws.
WARRENSBURG — The premise of Jonathan Sprinkle’s transition from lock-down closer to weekend starter boiled down to the Mules needing 27 outs to win a game anyways, so why not try and get the most out of one of their top arms.
HOLDEN — Knob Noster coach Mike Baker has seen a lot of high school basketball. Spanning stops at Lesterville, Lincoln, Windor, Marshall and Sherwood, the Panthers head man had accumulated 387 wins coming into his first year leading the Knob Noster program.
This week’s Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Ford and Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Chrysler Athlete of the Week nominees come from their performances from Feb. 3 through Feb. 8.
OAK GROVE — It felt like both teams in Friday’s, Feb. 7, match-up between Oak Grove and Warrensburg had managed to swipe the other team’s playbook prior to tip-off.
ST. JOSEPH — Despite Missouri Western hitting 15 3-pointers, Central Missouri had its chances to pull out a win at the Looney Complex on Saturday, Feb. 8, over the Griffons. Missed chances, a questionable call and a late turnover kept the Mules from completing the comeback attempt in an 84-80 loss.
ST. JOSEPH — Missouri Western gave the No. 18 Jennies a wake-up call on Saturday, Feb. 8, going on a 19-0 run in the first quarter to hand Central Missouri its first loss since Nov. 29, 67-57.
OAK GROVE — A 20-0 run to open Friday, Feb. 7, game against Oak Grove was all Warrensburg needed to secure its fourth win in a row, dispatching the Lady Panthers 50-28.
Knob Noster’s Kelsey Burden added another first to her resume on Saturday, Feb. 8, becoming the first two-time state wrestling qualifier for the Lady Panthers.
With a 73-60 win over Northwest Missouri State on Thursday, Feb. 6, the No. 18 Jennies secured a spot in the MIAA tournament, moving to 18-3 on the season and 12-0 in the MIAA.
No. 1 Northwest Missouri State extracted its revenge for the Mules early December upset, by trouncing Central Missouri 81-47 - a season-low for UCM - on Thursday, Feb. 6.
Knob Noster basketball’s Caylie Holyfield is the Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Ford and Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Chrysler Jan. 27 through Feb. 1 Female Athlete of the Week as she led the Lady Panthers in scoring with 11 points to help Knob Noster win in the opening round of the Quarry City Classic.
Holden basketball’s Jayden Brown is the Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Ford and Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Chrysler Jan. 27 through Feb. 1 Male Athlete of the Week as he was named to the Quarry City Classic All-Tournament Team.
LEETON — Leeton freshman Bailey Fleming knew what to expect from her coach when she broke into the high school ranks this season because she had been playing for her dad, Leeton coach Travis Fleming, all her life.
LEETON - Leeton weathered Kingsvilles best swing by busting out of a shooting slump, knocking down 13 3-pointers on the way to a 73-41 win on Tuesday, Feb. 4.
The future of Mules Football is here with the 2020 Signing Day class, announced on Wednesday, Feb. 5 with 32 players added — four transfers and 28 high school seniors.
CENTERVIEW — Crest Ridge senior Emily Wilhite left the Saturday’s, Feb. 1, Quarry City Classic championship game late in the second quarter after taking a blow to the face, leaving her nosed bloodied.
No. 4 Central Missouri baseball went 2-1 in the Houston Winter Invitational at Minute Maid Park, losing its season-opener before rattling off a pair of wins.
This week’s Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Ford and Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Chrysler Athlete of the Week nominees come from their performances from Jan. 27 through Feb. 1.
Central Missouri track and field kept their momentum going into their second meet of the spring. UCM had a strong showing at the Pittsburg State Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 1.
MIAMI GARDENS — They were celebrating the passage of time as much as football at this Super Bowl: 100-year-old war veterans at midfield for the pregame coin flip, a 50-years-young pop diva handling halftime, and, of course, a quarterback who turns 25 this year saving the best part of the sho…
Leeton and Crest Ridge will meet in the boys Quarry City Classic title game after both teams secured victories in Thursday’s, Jan. XX, semifinals games.
Leeton basketball's Daniel Warner is the Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Ford and Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Chrysler Jan. 20 through Jan. 25 Male Athlete of the Week for scoring 22 points in a win over Montrose.
Leeton basketball's Regan Shaffer is the Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Ford and Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Chrysler Jan. 20 through Jan. 25 Female Athlete of the Week as she was one of two Lady Bulldogs to score 22 points in a win over Montrose.
WARRENSBURG — The Jennies saw a 15-point second half lead slip away in a loss in last season’s meeting with Emporia State.
The Crest Ridge and Leeton girls wwill face off in the Quarry City Classic championship game at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 1, after both teams secured wins in the semifinals on Wednesday, Jan. 29.
CENTERVIEW — The Knob Noster boys overpowered Chilhowee in the opening round of the Quarry City Classic on Tuesday, Jan. 29, claiming a 67-32 win.
CENTERVIEW — No. 8 seed Holden gave No. 1 seed Crest Ridge a scare in the opening round of the Quarry City Classic, but the Cougars had enough fire power to prevail over the Eagles 69-57 on Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Riding a 12-game winning streak, Jennies basketball has reentered the WBCA Top-25 poll. The Jens come in at No. 22 after spending the last few weeks in the receiving votes category.
CENTERVIEW — A 23-point first quarter was all Crest Ridge needed to dispatch the Clinton JV in the opening round of the Quarry City Classic on Monday, Jan. 27, moving on to the semifinals with a 53-35 win.
WELLINGTON — A sloppy, slow start doomed the Crest Ridge Lady Cougars against Wellington-Napoleon on Saturday, Jan. 25, with Crest Ridge’s four-game winning streak coming to an end with a 54-37 loss.
CENTERVIEW — A strong second quarter allowed the Knob Noster girls to survive a late run by Sherwood in the opening round of the Quarry City Classic on Monday, Jan. 27, moving on to the semifinals with a 42-34 win.
Jennies basketball ran their winning streak to 12 straight Saturday, Jan. 26, afternoon, taking down Northeastern State 73-64. The Jennies led for nearly the entire game and remain unbeaten in the MIAA at 9-0 and 15-3 overall.
The warm winter weather allowed one golfer to start the decade off with a hole-in-one.
WARRENSBURG - The largest reaction from the crowd on hand for Central Missouri and St. Mary on Tuesday, Dec. 31, didn’t come while the Mules were building a 30-point lead on their NAIA opponent. It came when Warrensburg-native Luke Mackey snuck behind the UCM defense for an uncontested lay-u…
Former Central Missouri Mules Spencer Reaves and Jakob Lowrance know a thing or two about winning close games together, going back to their time together in Warrensburg.