Some things never change.
Heading into the season, Tim Rulo pointed to this week.
The Blair Oaks Falcons are averaging more than 50 points per game this season.
The California Pintos find themselves in a position they haven’t been in for more than a month, looking for a win after a loss.
South Callaway head coach Zack Hess has served notice to his Bulldogs about the cold dose of reality that awaits them after tonight’s game.
After trouncing Boonville in a 47-13 North Central Missouri Conference romp for Homecoming last week, the Fulton Hornets know they are going to be tested more this week, facing off against the rival Mexico Bulldogs.
The North Callaway Thunderbirds may have found a formula to fit their offense.
The Eldon Mustangs are firing on all cylinders, coming off of their third straight win, and it’s their best yet.
Camdenton head football coach Jeff Shore doesn’t want to use the word “luck” but the Lakers have been unlucky this season.
The Versailles Tigers have struggled through injuries for the last few weeks.
The School of the Osage Indians saw no shortage of dramatics last Friday.
Erich Sporleder and Jordan Carron scored two goals each Thursday to lead Jefferson City in a 5-1 win against Camdenton.
The Helias Crusaders beat Marshall 4-1 on Thursday in a game shortened to one half of play due to lightning.
Sammey Bunch hit a home run and a single hit to tie the state record for most hits in a single season Thursday in Fatima’s 8-0 semifinal win against New Bloomfield in the Class 2 District 10 tournament.
Second-seeded Dixon defeated third-seeded Vienna 10-4 in Class 2 District 5 play Thursday. Iberia pitcher Jordan Lawson hit a walk-off home run to lift her team to a 10-0, six-inning win over Cuba.