The Calvary Lutheran Lions and Lady Lions opened the season Saturday at the Metro East Lutheran Invitational.
Despite being shut out 35-0 and producing fewer yards on offense than the week prior, California head coach Marty Albertson believes his team got better.
The Jefferson City Jays hit the ground running in Friday night’s 49-14 loss to the top-ranked Christian Brothers College Cadets.
The way C.J. Closser has been with predictions lately, he’d better start buying some lottery tickets.
Down 35-0 at the half Friday night, the final result was all but decided. The Helias Crusaders didn’t want anything remotely similar to occur in the final two quarters.
The Calvary Lutheran cross country team begins the season today without its top runner from last year, John Meyer. But even without Meyer, who finished 41st in Class 1 last year, coach Keri Morris is hopeful the Lions can qualify for state for the first time as a program.
HANNIBAL — Except for the final score, it was all but decided at halftime.
The Blair Oaks Falcons got two touchdowns apiece from three different players and had a fourth one score one while rolling to a 48-19 win against the Owensville Dutchmen on Friday night.
The Jefferson City Jays played toe-to-toe with C.B.C. through a quarter and some change Friday night.
California’s offense was shut out for the second consecutive week Friday, falling to Mexico 35-0.
Linn defeated Vienna on Friday behind three hits from Lyndsi Vaughan.
The St. Elizabeth Lady Hornets defeated Calvary Friday, 4-2, behind a strong pitching performance from Reagan Wilde.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays defeated Troy 7-1 on Friday thanks to a big night from Alyssa Schulte.
The Helias girls tennis team fell to Belleville, Ill., East and Belleville, Ill., West on Friday at Rock Bridge.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays went 3-1 in tennis action Thursday and Friday in Kickapoo, falling in a dual with the Chiefs but bouncing back to win the Kickapoo Invitational.