Tag Archives: Putnam County

Scotland County Claims Tri-Rivers Conference All-Sports Award

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 […]

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 […]

Wood Wills Lady Tigers to Tourney Title

Chelsea Wood scored 28 points to help lead Scotland County past Putnam County 60-47 to secure the Brashear Tournament Championship. The difference a week can make. Just seven days after knocking down 13 three-pointers en route to a season-high 93 points in a victory over Putnam County, the Lady Tigers were able to connect just […]

Lady Tigers Unleash Full  Firepower in 93-70 Win Over Putnam County

Pick your poison. That’s how Putnam County Coach Craig DeVore must have felt Friday night in Unionville. DeVore had his Lady Midgets deploy a special defense trying to stop SCR-I’s top two scorers, Calesse Bair and Chelsea Wood. Initially the design created a bit of confusion for Scotland County, but the Lady Tigers quickly adjusted. […]

Tigers Depth, Versatility on Display in 78-65 Win Over Putnam County

Despite shrinking a bit due to injuries and attrition, Scotland County’s bench continues to give coach Lance Campbell plenty of options, and Friday night was no different in Putnam County as SCR-I’s depth fueled a 78-65 win. SCR-I normally goes nine or 10 deep, so it can beat you with quantity. But the depth is […]

Five Tigers Earn First Team All Conference Football Honors

The 2015 season was the finale for the Tri-Rivers Conference and the Scotland County football program bid adieu to the league with a second place finishing in the final standings. The Tigers didn’t leave empty handed, as four SCR-I players were honored by the league coaches as first team all conference performers. Despite splitting time […]

Tigers Earn #3 Seed in District Football Playoffs, Will Host Milan Friday Night

Take out your abacus, pull of your shoes and socks or grab whatever other math aid you need, it’s time to layout the local district football playoffs. The regular season came to a close on Friday night, setting the stage for the opening round of Missouri high school football district playoffs. The Class 1 District […]

Lady Tigers Rally to Top Putnam County 6-5 in Extra Innings

Scotland County remains in the driver’s seat for a possible Tri-Rivers Conference title, but it took a trio of late inning high-speed passes to finally pull ahead of Putnam County to take the checkered flag in a 6-5 extra-innings nail-biter. The Lady Midgets jumped out to a commanding 4-0 lead in the first two frames, […]

Tiger Cubs Best Putnam County 12-6

A furious second half comeback allowed the Scotland County sixth grade football team to best Putnam County 12-6 on Saturday afternoon in Memphis. The Cubs recovered an onside kick to start the game and marched the length of the field before fumbling at the 10-yard line. Putnam County responded with a scoring drive to lead […]

Chris Kempke Joins the Missouri Extension Office in Scotland County

by Andrea Brassfield Chris Kempke, recent graduate from Missouri State University in Springfield, has joined the Missouri Extension Office in Scotland County where he serves as a Community Development Specialist and Program Director for Scotland, Schuyler, Adair, Knox, Clark and Lewis Counties. Chris started in the Scotland County office on June 1, 2015.  Not too […]