Tag Archives: MSHSAA

Missouri State High School Activity Association to Implement Rule Changes in Classifications

Private high school sports dynasties may become a thing of the past thanks to a new policy change voted on approved by the Missouri State High School Activities Association. Earlier this year, Proposal 10 – Competitive Equity between Public and Non-Public Schools, passed by a 294 – 133 vote of MSHSAA voting members, amending By-Law […]

Dream it! Believe it! Achieve it! Tigers Topple #1 Ranked Westran 38-21

Dream it! Believe it! Achieve it! That became more than a motto on the Scotland County R-I football shirts, as the Tigers lived it on Friday night, toppling the #1 team in the state, knocking Westran from the ranks of the undefeated with a 38-21 victory in Memphis. “Beating a #1 team is something you […]

Rumpled Roster Helps Relive Historic 1996 Football Season

The 1996 Scotland County R-I football squad became the first team in school history to make it to the final four in the state playoffs. Team members were honored earlier this year during a halftime ceremony at a home SCR-I basketball game. John Cook of Cooks Mens Store recently uncovered a game program dating back […]

Orton Advances to State Track Championship in Shot Put

Scotland County’s Bryson Orton will represent his school at the Missouri Class 2 state track championships May 20th at Jefferson City High School. Orton finished third overall at the Class 2 sectional in Independence, MO on Saturday with a throw of 43′ 9.5″. Ryan Valentine of Putnam County won the event with a distance of […]

SCR-I Campus Bowl Team Headed to State Playoffs

The Scotland County R-I campus bowl team has advanced to the Missouri Class 2 Scholar Bowl State Championship Tournament to be held May 5th at Memorial Union on the campus of the University of Missouri in Columbia. The Tigers advanced to the Elite Eight with a sectional round victory over Paris on April 26th. SCR-I […]

Congrats Lady Tigers

It was a little more than a year ago that the Scotland County girls’ basketball team made the long bus trip back to Memphis after a heartbreaking two-point  loss to New Franklin in the Class 2 quarterfinal game at Moberly Area Community College. This time around the road back to the state tournament started with […]

Tigers Run Away From Knox County in Second Half for 49-18 District Win

With the sounds of roaring motors filtering through the air from nearby Scotland County Speedway, the Tigers’ football team put its pedal to the metal Friday night in Memphis, scoring 35 straight points to blow open a two-point game to take the checkered flag on a 49-18 victory over Knox County in the opening round […]

Four Lewis & Clark Conference Football Teams Stay Alive in District Playoffs

The season came to a close for more than half of the Lewis & Clark Conference football teams on Friday night as the league went 4-5 in the opening round of Missouri’s Class 1 district football playoffs. In the Class 1 District 5 tourney, L&C team Paris the #7 seed was dispatched by Monroe City […]

Robyn Hayes Places 2nd in Northeast Region MSHSAA Sponsored Essay Contest

Robyn Hayes, 8th Grade student at Scotland County R-1, recently was awarded 2nd place in an essay contest sponsored by the Missouri State High School Activities Association.  The sportsmanship essay contest is held annually for junior high students and winners are selected within each region.  SCR-1 is in the Northeast region. Following is the essay […]

Lady Tigers Earn Top Seed, Boys #3 in Class 2 District 6 Basketball Tourneys

On the strength of a 19-1 record at the district seeding meeting, Scotland County earned the top seed in the Missouri Class 2 District 6 basketball Tournament scheduled for February 22nd – February 27th at Schuyler County High School in Queen City. The Tigers earned the #3 seed in the boys bracket. The Lady Tigers […]