Local sports about to start
SPORTS COMMENTARY: The first day of practice for fall sports in Missouri is Monday, Aug. 4. In just eight days, it’s time for football, boys soccer, volleyball, girls tennis and golf and cross country to officially begin their preparations for their respective seasons.
SPRINGFIELD — Blair Oaks senior-to-be Kory Franks is the leader after the first of four rounds in the boys division of the Bass Pro Shops/Payne Stewart Junior Championship.
Fourteen area girls soccer players and one coach were recently honored when the Missouri Soccer Coaches Association announced its all-state teams.
2014 graduate of Blair Oaks
WARDSVILLE — It didn’t take long for Logan Mudd to find his sport.
The opportunity was too good to pass up.
A total of 22 area players earned all-state honors when the Missouri high School Baseball Coaches Association announced its list of honorees recently.
There’s no time like the present to get started working on the future.
The Jefferson City Jays and Lady Jays wrapped up their cross country camp with a pair of races Friday at Cole County Park.
The Blair Oaks volleyball team will have some big holes to fill from last year’s squad.
With new head coach
Lisa Hoffmeyer has hit the ground running.
At tennis camp
The members of the Jefferson City tennis teams are quickly learning you may be able to beat the opponent across the net, but it’s much harder to beat Mother Nature.
Three area players placed in the championship flight of the two-day Missouri Women’s Golf Association Junior Championship that wrapped up Wednesday.
For Jefferson City Jays head football coach Ted LePage, the first part of summer workouts provides an important foundation for the rest of the season.
The Jefferson City Post 5 Auxiliary baseball team won three games over the weekend to begin its season with a perfect record.
When you’re putting on a basketball event featuring 133 games, sometimes you just want to get out of it alive.