It’s not too often you see a soccer team squeeze off a shot every two minutes, but that’s exactly what the Jefferson City Lady Jays did Friday night.
“I wanted to throw strikes, make them put it in play and let my defense make plays,” the Jefferson City Jays sophomore pitcher said of his strategy heading into the Friday night’s baseball bragging rights battle against the Helias Crusaders.
With a one-run lead, two outs and no runners on base in the bottom of the seventh, Green Ridge could taste victory, which would lead to an appearance in winners’ bracket of the fourth annual Calvary Lutheran/New Bloomfield Invitational.
COLUMBIA — Blair Oaks split two games in the Columbia Tournament on Friday, falling 7-4 to Moberly and defeating Warrenton 4-0. The Falcons played both games at Rock Bridge.
OWENSVILLE — The Linn Wildcats sufferred their third loss of the season Friday, falling 13-6 to Owensville.
The Helias tennis team held off Father Tolton for a 6-3 victory Friday.
BELLE — The Calvary Lutheran track and field teams won two events while taking part in the Belle Relays on Thursday.
In soccer win against Battle
The Jefferson City Lady Jays spent so much time in the Battle end of the field Thursday night, the Spartans should have charged them rent.
RUSSELLVILLE — South Callaway traveled to Russellville with a perfect record Thursday and returned home with an 11-0 win against the Indians, improving its record to 8-0 and 3-0 in the Show-Me Conference.
WESTPHALIA — It was the best of both worlds for the Fatima baseball team Thursday — not only did the Comets get timely hitting, but they got it from the bottom of their order.
In Show-Me Conference
RUSSELLVILLE — The South Callaway Bulldogs and Fatima Lady Comets claimed team honors Wednesday in the Show-Me Conference Track and Field Championships.
South Callaway defensive coordinator will replace Rulo
“Prepared” is an adjective some use when describing Zack Hess. That trait will be on display this fall when Hess mans the sideline for the South Callaway Bulldogs.
Hired as new head football coach
WARDSVILLE — It might be intimidating for a football coach to take over a program when the previous two coaches have won state championships. A man who spent 22 years in the Air Force isn’t most people.
Kaitlyn Shea knew almost immediately it was where she wanted to go to college.
HARTSBURG — Tanner Elder of Blair Oaks captured medalist honors Wednesday at the Eighth Annual Southern Boone Classic played at Eagle Knoll Golf Club.