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Saturday's Area Prep Results

For volleyball, cross country

Here are results from high school sports from around Mid-Missouri on Saturday:


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Class 4 playoffs at Ozark, Mo.

Ozark defeated Jefferson City (25-17, 25-12)

Ozark defeated Jefferson City (25-17, 25-12)

Class 2 playoffs at Fatima

Fatima defeated Hermann (23-25, 25-21, 25-23)

Fatima defeated Lutheran: St. Peters (25-10, 22-25, 25-17)

Class 3 playoffs at Reeds Spring

Logan-Rogersville defeated Fulton (26-24, 25-17)

Cross Country

Jefferson City Lady Jays captured team honors in the Class 4 Sectional 3 meet. The Jays finished fifth.

Helias Lady Crusaders captured the Class 3 District 5 team title by one point. The Helias boys also advanced to the state championships by virtue of its second-place finish as a team.

Brett Voss of Blair Oaks was the individual boys champion in the Class 2 District 4 meet. Voss will be joined by three teammates in the state championships. The Falcons finished third as a team. The Lady Falcons finished fourth and advanced two runners to state.

The Fatima Comets claimed team honors, while the Lady Comets were second in the Class 2 District 4 meet.

The California Lady Pintos, led by individual champion Elizabeth Kirby, claimed team honors in the Class 2 District 4 meet. On the boys side, California claimed a state spot by finishing second as a team.

The Russellville Lady Indians will defend their Class 1 state championship after taking the District 3 team title Saturday. On the boys side, Russellville advanced to state by finishing second.

The Linn Wildcats took Class 1 District 3 boys team honors.

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