Week 2 Previews
This week's issue of Goal Lines features game previews for Jefferson City, Helias, Blair Oaks, California, Tipton, Fulton, South Callaway, North Callaway, Eldon, School of the Osage, Versailles and Southern Boone.
When the Blair Oaks Falcons travel to Owensville tonight, they’re going to see a couple big differences from their last trip there two years ago.
The fact C.B.C. put up 63 points against Hickman in its season opener is a little alarming for Jefferson City head coach Ted LePage.
No, your calendar isn’t wrong. It’s late August, not late October.
After notching their first win in their season opener against the Fulton Hornets, the School of the Osage Indians figure to have a much tougher test in store this evening when they travel to face the Moberly Spartans.
Will face Mexico
CALIFORNIA — After defeating Boonville 44-0 in their opener Friday at Riley Field, the Pintos are ready for game two of the 2014 season tonight, when they will host the Mexico Bulldogs.
The Versailles Tigers shut out Knob Noster last week 26-0, marking their first varsity football victory since Oct. 5, 2012, and the first under head coach Broc Silvers as he begins his second year.
FULTON — Though the Fulton Hornets are eager for their home opener, head coach Pat Kelley said his team is thankful just to have another opportunity to redeem itself.
Against Hogan Prep
In the blistering heat last Saturday morning, the Eldon Mustangs proved too much of a test for the College Prep at Madison Bears, a first-year varsity football program.
KINGDOM CITY — This may not be one of those powerful Tipton Cardinals football teams of recent memory, but that doesn’t matter to Kevin O’Neal.
South Callaway, Southern Boone to meet
MOKANE, Mo. — Tim Rulo and Trent Tracy are more than just casual coaching acquaintances.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons defeated School of the Osage 25-10, 25-17 in volleyball action Thursday.
The Jefferson City volleyball team picked up its first victory of the season, topping Hermann on Thursday at Fleming Fieldhouse.
After having two matches postponed due to the heat, the Helias Lady Crusaders finally started the season Thursday with a 6-3 victory against the Battle Spartans.
The Jefferson City girls tennis team ran its record to 6-1 on the season after defeating Waynesville 9-0 on Thursday at Washington Park.
Through three innings Thursday, the Helias Lady Crusaders had left seven runners on base against the Rolla Lady Bulldogs.
Using some deft serving, the Helias Lady Crusaders took control of both games early and went on to capture a 25-14, 25-15 win against the Fatima Lady Comets on Thursday night.
Paige Rost went the distance to get the win Thursday, while Lindsi Vaughan homered to lead Linn to a 7-2 victory against Owensville.
The last time the Blair Oaks softball team faced Centralia, it was in the 2013 Class 3 state championship, and the Lady Panthers ended the Lady Falcons’ season with a 9-2 win.
The Camdenton Lakers took a 2-0 decision Thursday from the Helias Crusaders.