The Blair Oaks Falcons scored nine touchdowns — with five different players getting in on the action — and closed out the regular season in style by crushing the Versailles Tigers 63-14.
Running between the tackles against the Helias Crusaders is probably not the best idea.
Jefferson City’s opening drive looked promising.
Against Fatima Comets
With the recent weather woes causing havoc with schedules, the Jefferson City Jays needed a game. So did the Fatima Comets.
The chances were there, but the Helias Crusaders just couldn’t capitalize.
Lady Jays out of tourney
The Helias Lady Crusaders have two singles players and one doubles team still alive after the first day of the MSHSAA Individual Girls Tennis Championships, while both Jefferson City doubles teams were eliminated.
After routing Bowling Green
BOWLING GREEN — South Callaway finished an undefeated regular season Friday with a 55-7 win at Bowling Green.
Reporting high school football scores from around Missouri for Friday, Oct. 17, 2014.
Believe. That’s the message Jefferson City head coach Lisa Dey relayed to her team prior to Thursday night’s Class 4 sectional game against Blue Springs.
Get better. With the postseason looming on the horizon, that simple message is foremost in the minds of the Blair Oaks Falcons. To that end, don’t expect the Falcons to overlook the 1-7 Versailles Tigers when they come to the Falcon Athletic Complex for today’s 7 p.m. contest.
Hosting Sullivan for Homecoming
The Helias Crusaders have had a little more than a week to think about it. Now they’re hungry to do something about it.
Everything Jefferson City has accomplished so far this season has been leading up to what the Jays want to accomplish in the postseason. And while Jefferson City is not looking past Rockhurst, the Jays are continuing to focus on making strides in each game they play in.
Against Blair Oaks
A frustrating 48-3 showing last week against the Southern Boone Eagles likely solidified Versailles’ season this year as a one-win team.
With last week’s close 44-42 win against the Joplin Eagles and a loss by the Battle Spartans, Camdenton clinched home-field advantage through the upcoming districts.
Plays at Hallsville
After a comeback saw the decidedly underdog Osage Indians come within one touchdown of tying the California Pintos in California in the closing minutes of the game, a pair of turnovers ended the Indians hope of pulling off a huge upset of the Pintos.