The California Lady Pintos defeated the Boonville Lady Pirates in a thrilling overtime 54-53 victory.
The Jamestown Eagles defeated St. Elizabeth 53-45 Saturday. Mason Kemna led all scorers with 18 points for St. Elizabeth (0-1).
All season long, the Blair Oaks Falcons have been a second-half team, putting away teams in the third and fourth quarters.
Here are scores from Missouri high school football playoff games on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015.
John Burroughs defeated Blair Oaks 31-18 in Saturday's Class 3 semifinal football game.
The points weren’t there for the Fatima Comets in Friday night’s Jamboree at Helias, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to panic.
It was a rough start to the season for the Blair Oaks girls basketball team Friday. But the Lady Falcons showed an ability to double down, even if it wasn’t quite enough.
If Friday night is any indication, the Jefferson City Jays are itching to get the basketball season started.
Fatima head coach Matt Baker knows what senior Sammey Bunch means to this season’s team. Fatima went 1-2 in Friday’s Jamboree held at Helias. Their lone triumph was a 19-14 win against Blair Oaks in the final scrimmage of the evening.
Helias coach Sarah Eagan couldn’t have asked for a much better start to her run as the Lady Crusaders basketball coach. Helias won all three of its 12-minute scrimmages in Friday’s Jamboree at Helias.
Missing 80 percent of its starting lineup, it’s safe to say the Blair Oaks boys basketball team will look quite different in a few weeks than it did Friday night in the Jamboree at Helias.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays started strong in the annual Jamboree event Friday night at Helias. The Lady Jays jumped out to a combined 27-2 start in their first two contests against Blair Oaks and Fatima.
Friday night’s Jamboree hosted by Helias gave the home team a little bit of a surprise.
The football teams still alive in the Missouri high-school state playoffs are dwindling, but the podcast coverage provided by Tom Rackers and Tony Hawley of the News Tribune's staff is in full force this week.
Fatima’s Kenadi Huhn was named the Most Valuable Player when the Show-Me Conference announced its all-conference volleyball team.