Saxon Teubner saved his best for last. With his high-school cross country career coming to an end, the Jefferson City senior knew it was time to make his move.
Autumn Baker made it a clean sweep. The Chamois senior earned an all-state finish for the fourth time in four years Saturday, finishing ninth in the Class 1 state championships at the Oak Hills Golf Center.
Here are results from Missouri's Class 1-4 state cross country championships on Saturday in Jefferson City.
With some midseason struggles a thing of the past, the Helias Crusaders continued their late-season surge with a 3-1 win against the Glendale Falcons on Saturday at the 179 Soccer Park.
The Blair Oaks Falcons pulled out a victory Friday night thanks a big fourth quarter, but they might not have been in position to make the comeback if not for two pivotal plays in the second period.
WARDSVILLE — With their fortunes on the line, the Blair Oaks Falcons owned the most important quarter of the whole season.
They’ve had to wait a year, but the Helias Crusaders finally have a chance to get some revenge against the Glendale Falcons.
The Fatima Lady Comets look to defend their Class 2 team title today at the MSHSAA Cross Country Championships at the Oak Hills Golf Center.
When the Jefferson City cross country teams race today in the Class 4 state championships at the Oak Hills Golf Center, the girls will be enjoying a hard-earned victory lap of sorts while the boys will look to peak at the right time.
The Helias Lady Crusaders are looking to climb the ladder. Last year, the Lady Crusaders finished third in the Class 3 state cross country championships. Even though there aren’t many rungs left to climb, the opportunity is there today at the Oak Hills Golf Center.
The Lady Falcons are set to take off in the Class 2 race at 9:40 a.m., while Jason Otto and Cole Brenneke will represent the Falcons on an individual basis in the boys race with a 10:50 a.m. start.
District Championship Games
Here are final scores from Missouri high school football district championships.
The Blair Oaks Falcons aren’t quite sure what team they’ll face in tonight’s Class 3 District 6 championship game.
It's championship week in district play and even though the number of area teams still alive has dwindled, the analysis of the News Tribune's Tom Rackers and Tony Hawley hasn't.
A Kansas high school football player has been declared brain-dead at a Colorado hospital after collapsing on the sideline during a state playoff game Tuesday night.