Category Archives: SPORTS

Panthers Power Past SCR-I 10-0 Behind Three Home Runs

Written on October 11, 2019 at 12:00 pm, by

Runs continued to be hard to come by for Scotland County as the Lady Tigers were shutout for the second straight contest, falling to Salisbury 10-0 on Friday night on the road. The Lady Panthers Bryn Woolridge was dominant in the circle, limiting SCR-I to just two hits. She also got the job done at […]

Lady Tigers Earn #3 Seed in Class 1 District 9 Softball Tournament

Written on October 11, 2019 at 11:28 am, by

The Missouri State High School Activities Association 2019 fall softball playoffs will kick off next week with district play. Scotland County is the #3 seed in the Class 1 District 9 Tournament to be hosted in Edina October 16 -19. The Lady Tigers will take on the #2 seed Knox County at 6:30 p.m. on […]

Lady Tigers Jump On Brookfield 4-1 Before Rains Hit

Written on October 11, 2019 at 11:22 am, by

The Scotland County softball team finally turned things around on Saturday in the second round of the Schuyler County Tournament when the skies opened up and rain forced the cancellation of the remainder of the day’s events. After dropping the opener 7-1 to Atlanta, SCR-I found its offense versus Brookfield, jumping out to a 4-1 […]

Farmer Plants Another Loss on SCR-I in Opener at Schuyler County Tourney

Written on October 8, 2019 at 2:09 pm, by

For the second day in a row, an opposing pitcher single-handedly was responsible for a loss for Scotland County. A day after Salisbury’s Bryn Woolridge shutout SCR-I and blasted a pair of homers, it was Atlanta’s Abbie Farmer providing the sequel. The sophomore limited the Lady Tigers to just a single tally and put her […]

Lady Tigers Perfect in 28-0 Annihilation of Novinger

Written on October 8, 2019 at 1:43 pm, by

Scotland County pounded out 20 hits including a perfect 4-4 performance from catcher Katie Feeney while her senior battery mate was perfect in the circle, pitching to the minimum nine batters on Monday night in Novinger as SCR-I annihilated the Wildcats 28-0. The Lady Tigers actually got off to a slow start. Katie Feeney led […]

Second Half Surge Secures 44-7 Win for SCR-I at Westran

Written on October 8, 2019 at 1:30 pm, by

A solid start had Scotland County poised for a blowout Friday night at Westran, but the Tigers had to wait for a second half surge to secure the 44-7 after losing the momentum in the second period. SCR-I jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the contest but went to the locker room up […]

SCR-I Drop’s Pitcher’s Duel 1-0 on Senior Night

Written on October 8, 2019 at 10:18 am, by

Scotland County’s Kaitlyn McMinn turned in one of her best games of the season Tuesday versus Schuyler County and it was only fitting considering it was senior night in Memphis. Unfortunately for McMinn and fellow senior Katie Feeney, it was a Schuyler County upperclassman who celebrated in the end as the Rams Chloe Buckallew struck […]

Hemorrhagic Disease Outbreak in Northeast Missouri Deer Worst Since 2012

Written on October 7, 2019 at 8:46 am, by

While November’s firearms deer season is typically the busiest time of year for Schuyler and Scotland County Conservation Agent Shannon Smith, the Missouri Conservation representative has got this year off to an early start thanks to some pesky bugs. Northeast Missouri is being hit hard by the Hemorrhagic disease, caused in white-tail deer by biting […]

Memphis FFA Trap Shooter Takes #1 Spot in the Area III

Written on October 4, 2019 at 12:23 pm, by

The Memphis FFA Trap Shooting teams competed in an invitational trap meet at Bosco’s Gun Club in Lancaster on the very rainy morning of Saturday, September 21st. There were 26 Boys teams competing from 3 girls teams. Scotland County’s Girls Team took first place in the Girls Division with a score of 200/250, competing against […]

No Place Like Homecoming Proves True as Tigers Smash Salisbury 46-6

Written on October 1, 2019 at 12:45 pm, by

With a Wizard of Oz theme for the 2019 Scotland County Homecoming, it was only fitting that Mother Nature would play a role in the outcome of Friday night’s football game in Memphis. While there was no tornado to deliver Salisbury over the rainbow, there were plenty of storm clouds that eventually unleashed rain and […]