The Blair Oaks defense shut the Boonville Pirates down for three quarters and cruised to a 37-7 victory Friday in the opening round of Class 3 District 6 play.
Win 39-0 in district opener
Last year, Jefferson City’s season ended with a loss to a Columbia team it had beaten in the regular season. Friday night, the Jays wasted no time avoiding a similar fate.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays left the Killian Softball Complex with mixed emotions.
Leah Kesel brought her “A” Game.
Reporting high school football scores from around Missouri for Friday, Oct. 24, 2014.
Falcons have respect for district foe Boonville
WARDSVILLE — Looking at Boonville’s 2-7 record, it might be easy to dismiss the Pirates. Not so fast, says Blair Oaks head coach Brad Drehle.
Will be honored in Saturday's district football opener
It promises to be a special day for a special group. On Saturday afternoon, the Helias Crusaders will honor their 14 seniors with Senior Day prior to the Class 4 District 7 opener against the Wentzville Liberty Eagles. The 14 will all be in the starting lineup for the 1 p.m. contest at Adkins Stadium.
Open football district against Hickman
Jefferson City isn’t putting much stock into Hickman’s record. The Jays learned their lesson after what happened last season in the opening round of the playoffs, and they don’t want a repeat of that.
‘This is what you play for’
When the California Pintos and Versailles Tigers met back in Week 3, the Pintos cruised to a 51-14 victory, handing the Tigers their second straight loss.
Against California in football district opener
Tonight, Versailles (1-8) will travel to California (9-0) for what figures to be their last game of the 2014 season.
Against Montgomery County
KINGDOM CITY — The North Callaway Thunderbirds will likely have some surprises in store to spice up the second time around.
By hosting district football game
There was time to relax for the Fulton Hornets. After topping the Kirksville Tigers 41-20 to secure a home game and the No. 3 seed in the Class 3, District 6 playoffs, Fulton head coach Pat Kelley said a load was let off the Hornets, that they could take a breath.
The look of a district football mismatch
MOKANE — Do the math. Going by the numbers, the state-ranked and undefeated South Callaway Bulldogs will be a formidable favorite when they host the winless Knob Noster Panthers tonight in the Class2, District 7 quarterfinals. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.
Gets a bye in first round of Class 5 playoffs
After finishing the season with a 7-2 record with a win against the Glendale Falcons, the Camdenton Lakers transition into the postseason at the top of Class 5 District 4, earning themselves a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout districts.
Although the School of the Osage Indians finished the regular season with a 7-2 record, they only finished with the No. 3 seed in the Class 3 District 3 tournament.