The opportunity was too good to pass up.
A total of 22 area players earned all-state honors when the Missouri high School Baseball Coaches Association announced its list of honorees recently.
There’s no time like the present to get started working on the future.
The Jefferson City Jays and Lady Jays wrapped up their cross country camp with a pair of races Friday at Cole County Park.
The Blair Oaks volleyball team will have some big holes to fill from last year’s squad.
With new head coach
Lisa Hoffmeyer has hit the ground running.
At tennis camp
The members of the Jefferson City tennis teams are quickly learning you may be able to beat the opponent across the net, but it’s much harder to beat Mother Nature.
Three area players placed in the championship flight of the two-day Missouri Women’s Golf Association Junior Championship that wrapped up Wednesday.
For Jefferson City Jays head football coach Ted LePage, the first part of summer workouts provides an important foundation for the rest of the season.
The Jefferson City Post 5 Auxiliary baseball team won three games over the weekend to begin its season with a perfect record.
When you’re putting on a basketball event featuring 133 games, sometimes you just want to get out of it alive.
The Lady Jays got a pair of pretty goals to jump out to a 2-0 lead and made them stand up while capturing a 2-1 win against Francis Howell North at Blue Springs High School.
The teams put together a rough-and-tumble contest for 80 minutes, with the Lady Crusaders emerging with a hard-earned 1-0 victory at Blue Springs High School.
At MSHSAA Class 3 girls soccer state tournament
Jefferson City held on against a determined Francis Howell North squad for a 2-1 win in the MSHSAA Girls Soccer Class 3 third-place game today.
At MSHSAA Class 2 girls soccer state tournament
Helias held on to defeat Rosati Kain 1-0 in the MSHSAA Class 2 girls soccer third place game today.