The Helias boys tennis team began its season with a victory Tuesday, defeating Moberly 8-0 at Washington Park.
The Jefferson City High School and Helias track and field teams opened their respective seasons Tuesday with an unscored meet at Adkins Stadium.
WARRENSBURG — The Eldon girls and the California girls and boys teams participated Tuesday in the University of Central Missouri Indoor Track Meet.
The Blair Oaks began its golf season on the right foot Monday, defeating Fulton and Boonville at Tanglewood.
Ryan Paschal threw five shutout innings Monday to lead the Blair Oaks Falcons to a 6-1 victory against the New Bloomfield Wildcats.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays opened play Monday in the Lee’s Summit Soccer Tournament with a 2-1 victory against Kearney.
Until May rolls around, the Helias Crusaders and Lady Crusaders are treating the track and field season as an extended practice.
During the past two seasons, the Helias boys tennis team has been stuck in a district with three of the state’s largest schools. As a result, the light at the end of the tunnel usually ended up being an oncoming train.
Melvin Myers is no stranger to Jefferson City High School’s prestigious track and field history.
The pieces appear to be there for the Helias Crusaders.
Fatima eased its way to its second win in as many games, blowing out Hallsville 13-0 in five innings Monday.
The hits weren’t there, but the scoring sure was.
What’s better than a 1-2 punch?
Ultimately, Fatima’s hits came at more opportune times, and the Comets topped the Jays 2-1 at Vivion Field in the first game of the year for both teams.
The Fatima baseball team reached the Final Four the past two seasons. The Comets, whose roster includes eight seniors, aren’t looking for anything less in their 2015 campaign.