It wasn’t exactly that complete-game effort coaches are always seeking, but the Helias Crusaders were able to get a win Saturday thanks to eight really good minutes of play and one huge shot.
The Jefferson City Jays claimed their third consecutive district wrestling title Saturday in dominating fashion, winning by 71.5 points.
The Helias Crusaders will have one wrestler at this week’s Class 3 state wrestling championships.
Fatima advances four; Versailles will send nine
The Blair Oaks Falcons advanced eight wrestlers out of districts to the Class 1 state tournament, while the Fatima Comets advanced four and the Versailles Tigers will send nine to state. Also includes Tipton results.
The Eugene Eagles beat the Tuscumbia Lions 76-57 on Friday.
A 38-point first quarter jolted the New Bloomfield Wildcats to a 98-57 win Thursday against the Tuscumbia Lions.
C.J. Closser and the Blair Oaks Falcons spoiled Versailles’ Courtwarming on Friday, as Closser scored 23 points in a 79-49 Falcon win.
The Jefferson City Jays had 60 points Friday night. Tim Nahach scored nearly half of them. The Jays had 20 made field goals. Nahach hit nearly half of them. The Jays made 16 free throws. Nahach sunk nearly half of them. Not half bad.
Mackenzie Strother became the fourth Jamestown player this season to reach 1,000 career points during Friday’s 81-50 win at Calvary Lutheran.
Calvary Lutheran owned the start and Jamestown controlled the finish, but one was a little more commanding than the other.
Sammey Bunch of Fatima reached the 1,000-point mark during Thursday’s 72-44 win for the Fatima Comets against the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats.
A big second half for the Tuscumbia Lady Lions led to a 65-55 win Thursday against the Eugene Lady Eagles.
An early lead propelled the St. Elizabeth Lady Hornets to a 55-39 win Thursday against the Linn Lady Wildcats.
The Vienna Eagles fell 59-34 to Steelville on Thursday.
After allowing 16 points in the first quarter of Thursday’s game against St. Elizabeth, the Linn Wildcats stepped up their defense the rest of the way to win 59-40.