The opening of the new weight room/wrestling room at Blair Oaks High School is fast approaching, and it couldn’t come at a better time.
There’s a reason the “pains” part is tacked onto the end of “growing pains.” Sometimes they hurt.
The Jefferson City Jays had 14 first-place finishers at the Blair Oaks Junior Varsity Tournament Friday night.
Despite a late comeback, the Chamois Lady Pirates suffered a 46-41 loss to Jamestown in the consolation game of the Tipton Tournament on Friday night.
The Boonville Lady Pirates captured the Eugene Tournament title Friday night with a 49-30 victory against the California Lady Pintos.
The Fatima Comets scored 40 points in the second quarter while routing Eldon 91-64 on Friday night.
Cody Shaw pumped in a game-high 22 points to lead Eugene to a 78-74 win Friday against Blair Oaks in the championship game of the Eugene Tournament.
The Blair Oaks Falcons and the Eugene Eagles will square off tonight for the Eugene Tournament title after semifinal victories Thursday.
The Jefferson City Jays started their season off on the right foot Thursday night as they rolled to a 71-46 victory agianst the Sedalia Smith-Cotton Tigers.
am Vogel tossed in a game-high 28 points Thursday night as the Linn Wildcats rolled to a 74-30 victory against the Southern Boone Eagles.
Payton Holtmeyer hit a 3-pointer with less than a minute remaining Thursday night to key a St. Elizabeth comeback in a 42-38 victory against School of the Osage.
The South Callaway Bulldogs used a big second quarter Thursday night to defeat the Tuscumbia Lions 52-44.
O.G. Anunoby will likely be the focal point for many opposing defenses this season. But the 6-foot-6 junior, who has already received several scholarship offers from NCAA Division I programs, is not the only player the Jefferson City Jays can rely upon when they open the 2013-2014 campaign at 7:30 p.m. today at Smith-Cotton.
As the Missouri National Guard Shootout enters its fourth incarnation, the event will be getting a bit of a makeover. That’s because two teams — Tipton and Belle — will be making their inaugural appearance in the boys portion of the event, and those two will actually square off with one another. They’ll become just the 13th and 14th different boys programs to take part in the Shootout.
The Calfornia Lady Pintos are becoming regular participants in the Missouri National Guard Shootout. And they’d like to keep it that way.