Category Archives: SPORTS

Conservation Considerations

Written on May 24, 2016 at 6:12 pm, by

by MDC Agent Michael Collins With the continued discovery of CWD there are upcoming regulation changes that folks need to be aware of. Effective May 30, 2016, the use of grain, salt products, minerals, and other consumable products used to attract deer are now prohibited year-round in the following 29 counties: Adair, Boone, Callaway, Carroll, […]

Two Tigers Close Out 2016 Golf Season at State Championship

Written on May 24, 2016 at 4:32 pm, by

A pair of Scotland County golfers concluded the 2016 season among the top 100 players in Missouri Class 1 after completing the two-day Missouri Class 1 State Championship held at Fremont Hills Country Club. Ryan Slaughter carded a round of 92, which tied him for 39th overall, while teammate Ian See shot a round of […]

Tigers Bring Home 11th, 13th Place Finishes at State Track Championships

Written on May 24, 2016 at 3:58 pm, by

A pair of Scotland County entries in the Missouri Class 2 state track championships were unable to make it to the medal podium over the weekend but wrapped up the 2016 season with strong showings. The Tigers 4×800 relay team finished 11th overall, but still set a school record with a time of 8:35.51. College […]

Tigers Fall Short in Bid to Defend  District Title

Written on May 24, 2016 at 3:16 pm, by

Scotland County’s baseball season came to a close Thursday night in Edina as the Tigers fell to Canton 2-1 in the Class 2 District 6 championship, a game in which SCR-I simply could not catch a break. The Tigers missed by inches of taking the lead in the first inning. Gage Dodge walked to start […]

Campbell Tosses Second Consecutive No Hitter to Send SCR-I Into District Championship Game

Written on May 24, 2016 at 1:45 pm, by

Grant Campbell pitched the Scotland County Tigers into the district championship game in impressive fashion, tossing his second consecutive no-hitter. The junior hurler blanked Milan over six innings, striking out nine batters. Campbell did battle his control at times, issuing six base on balls, but he was able to work around the free passes to […]

Scotland County Claims Tri-Rivers Conference All-Sports Award

Written on May 19, 2016 at 12:39 pm, by

As the school year draws to an end with it comes the culmination of another sports season. This year has seen many successes when it comes to the sports scene. The All Sports Championship was claimed by the Scotland County Tigers this season and for the second time in three seasons. The All Sports Award […]

See, Slaughter Advance to Class 1 Missouri State Golf Championships

Written on May 17, 2016 at 12:32 pm, by

A pair of Scotland County golfers extended their 2016 seasons with top 15 finishes in the Missouri Class 1 sectionals, earning the right to play in the state championship. Ryan Slaughter shot an 87 and Ian See carded a 92 in the state quarterfinals held at Kirksville Country Club on May 9th. District 5 champions […]

Top Four Finishes at District Send SCR- I Track Athletes on to Sectionals

Written on May 17, 2016 at 12:06 pm, by

A number of Scotland County track athletes extended their 2016 seasons with top four finishes at the Missouri Class 2 District 2 track meet held in Monroe City on May 7th. Zach Doubet was the top individual performer for Scotland County, taking second place in the 3,200 meter run. He also advanced to sectionals with […]

Campbell Tosses No Hitter as Tigers Sweep Double Header

Written on May 17, 2016 at 10:20 am, by

Grant Campbell tossed a no-hitter Tuesday in Unionville as Scotland County swept a double-header versus conference rivals Putnam County to wrap up the league title. The junior hurler was nearly perfect, allowing the Midgets just three walks while striking out seven in the 11-0 SCR-I win. Campbell’s work wasn’t limited to the mound. After a […]

Tigers Plate 18 First-Inning Runs to Crush Clark County 23-2

Written on May 17, 2016 at 10:14 am, by

To say Friday night’s baseball game was over early would be an understatement as Scotland County plated 18 runs in the bottom of the first inning to crush Clark County 23-2 in the regular season finale. The Tigers rallied from a 2-0 deficit, sending 23 batters to plate in the opening frame. The Indians actually […]