Cottey softball looks to regroup after rough start
Nevada Daily Mail After dropping four games during a recent road trip, the Cottey Comets are off to an 0-9 start. Due to weather, the Comets were forced to move their scheduled March 18 home game against Kansas City Kansas Community College, to Kansas City. The Comets were able to get in one game, a 19-1 loss. Cottey trailed 3-2 after one inning of the second game, but the contest was called due to rain...
Cottey drops pair to Stephens College
The Cottey Comets softball team fell to 0-4 on the young season, after dropping a pair of games to the Stephens College Stars, Tuesday afternoon at American Legion Park in Columbia. The Comets were toppled in the first game of the twinbill 11-4, and were blanked in the second game 10-0...
Cottey softball at home Wednesday
The Cottey Comets softball team has a full slate of action scheduled for the upcoming week. The Comets first hit the field Tuesday, as they pay a visit to Stephens College in Columbia, with the first game scheduled for 2 p.m. The Comets then return to Cottey Wednesday, to host Kansas City Kansas Community College, with the start time of the first game not yet announced...
Hold qualifies for NCAA track and field nationals
Nevada High School graduate Morgan Hold, who is now a sophomore at Missouri Southern State University, recently picked up All-MIAA Track and Field honors. Competing in the pole vault at the MIAA Track and Field Indoor Championships over the weekend in Warrensburg, Hold vaulted to a height of 16 feet, 1 and 5/16 inches, earning him a second place finish...
Comets track members compete in Ohio
Nevada Daily Mail First-year Cottey Comets indoor track and field team members Sarah Kurpjuweit and Chase Burns participated in the Kent State Tune-up Feb. 21 in Kent, Ohio. Kurpjuweit ran the 5K, while Burns raced in the mile, each finishing in 35th place...