Iberia used a huge third quarter to capture a 45-36 win against St. Elizabeth on Monday.
The Richland Lady Bears snagged a 66-51 win against Vienna on Monday night.
Prairie Home rallied from a first-quarter deficit to claim a 74-68 win against Calvary Lutheran in boys basketball action Monday.
The Blair Oaks sophomore and freshman teams both captured wins against Southern Boone on Monday night.
The Russellville Lady Indians used a balanced attack to capture a 44-39 win against Linn on Monday night.
Heading into Monday night’s game against Versailles, the California Lady Pintos had lost four straight games since upsetting then-No. 1 in Class 4 Carl Junction in the Eldon Tournament semifinals Jan. 29.
Sparked by a big game from Courtney Wolfe, the Fatima Lady Comets captured a 68-63 win against Tuscumbia on Monday night.
Sydney Wilde pumped in 23 points, including a perfect 14-of-14 effort from the free-throw line, to lead Blair Oaks to a 61-50 win against Hallsville on Monday.
Several area players recently earned academic all-state status from the Missouri Football Coaches Association.
The Helias Lady Crusaders had 12 players earn spots on the 2015-16 Missouri High School Volleyball Coaches Association Academic All-State Team.
The Helias Crusaders had the kind of shooting night you would be hard pressed to come up with shooting by yourself in an empty gym.
The biggest player on the floor had the biggest impact on the game.
Winning strategy at the end
With less than four minutes to play Saturday in the Central Bank Shootout, the Jefferson City Jays’ double-digit lead was down to three, forcing Blair Thompson to call a timeout.
Lexi Dickerson of Eugene made her final six 3-point attempts of Saturday’s Central Bank Shootout game against Neosho at Rackers Fieldhouse.
It took overtime, but Linn defeated Fulton 78-74 on Saturday in the thirdplace game of the Southern Boone Classic.