The Jefferson City Jays won a game and lost a game Saturday at the River City Festival, defeating Lee’s Summit West 10-9 and losing 3-0 to Raymore-Peculiar.
The Linn Wildcats finished 3-0 in winning this weekend’s Linn Invitational.
The Helias Crusaders won a pair of baseball games Friday in the Kirksville Tournament before Saturday’s action in the event was wiped out by rain.
Sam Hager led Fatima to a 9-3 defeat of Borgia on Saturday, going 3-for-3 with five RBI and a home run.
The Calvary Lutheran baseball team defeated Lutheran: Kansas City 7-1 on Saturday behind a complete game four-hitter from Beau Monson.
Bryce Pritchett went six innings without allowing an earned run Friday as Blair Oaks beat Hallsville 5-2.
The Jefferson City Jays freshman-sophomore team defeated Helias 5-3 on Saturday to win the Blair Oaks C Tournament. Blair Oaks fell 8-5 to Fatima to finish fourth.
The Jefferson City Jays won the Ladue Invitational for the second consecutive year, going 2-0 in the tournament during the weekend.
At Ladue Invitational
Alexis Roberson of Jefferson City was a double-winner Saturday in the Ladue Invitational.
Several area competitors captured event wins Friday at the Owensville Relays.
Mike Metzger has been a fan of the game of soccer for his entire life. Now the 34-year-old will get the opportunity to pass along that passion, as he is the new head coach of the Helias boys program.
The plan is simple. The execution isn’t.
Giving up two goals in a little more than three minutes of play should have been a sign to the Helias girls soccer team it was in for a long day in the Capital City Shootout.
The Jefferson City Jays split a pair of games Friday to open the River City Festival, with their loss coming in most unusual fashion.
The Tuscumbia Lions were done in by six errors while dropping a 12-0 decision Thursday to New Bloomfield in five innings.