The Helias High School team of Trent Distler and Hudson Lee placed third in the inaugural Teen Anglers Tournament Series Championship held Saturday and Sunday at Stockton Lake.
While getting an annual tournament started can be a daunting task, keeping it going year after year can be even tougher.
New Bloomfield’s offense — so explosive in Wednesday’s 15-2 semifinal demolition of Norwood — mustered just three hits in a 7-1 loss to Valle in the Class 2 state championship Thursday night at T.R. Hughes Ballpark.
Andrew Basler threw a complete-game, three-hitter for Valle Catholic as the Warriors repeated as MSHSAA Class 2 baseball champions with a 7-1 win over the New Bloomfield Wildcats on Thursday night.
New Bloomfield Wildcats head coach Justin Forsythe didn’t panic as his team faced its first deficit of the state playoffs.
The New Bloomfield Wildcats advanced to the Class 2 state title game with a 15-2 victory over Norwood in five innings on Wednesday night.
Will Robertson knew not to let his chance slip away. After being intentionally walked four times in the past two days, the Fatima first baseman saw a hanging slider Tuesday and knew what to do.
With a slip of his tongue, Brady Wiler coined a motto for the New Bloomfield baseball team.
Helias hosted its first youth meet of the season Tuesday.
Fatima first baseman Will Robertson was walked by Lutheran: St. Charles each of the four times he came to the plate Monday — three times intentionally. Unfortunately for the Cougars, they couldn’t pitch around everyone.
The Fatima Comets hail from Westphalia, but O’Fallon is fast becoming their second home.
Jefferson City thrower Alexis Roberson won her second medal in the Class 5 track and field championships Saturday, and the weekend’s triumphs were as much mental accomplishments as physical ones.
Helias sophomore Kylie Frank’s favorite event is the 800-meter run. “I’m really bad at pacing myself and the 800 is a race where you just run as hard as you can and see if you can hang on,” Frank said.
Jackson Schwartz knew that if he kept knocking at the door, somebody was going to let him in.
With California and Liberty: Mountain View tied for fourth in the Class 3 standings with just one event left, Nathan Squires of California and Liberty’s Cale Cornman battled it out in shot put to break the tie.