The Jefferson City Lady Jays dropped a 2-1 decision Saturday afternoon in PKs to Ursuline Academy.
Sophie Cunningham scored 13 points and Cierra Porter added 12 to lead Rock Bridge to its fourth consecutive girls basketball state title on Saturday, beating Liberty 49-35 in the Class 5 championship game.
Napheesa Collier totaled 31 points while pulling down 19 rebounds Saturday to lead Incarnate Word to a 60-27 victory against MICDS in the Class 4 girls basketball state championship game at Mizzou Arena.
Brandon Kilgore scored 23 points to help Blue Springs South defeat Park Hill South 71-57 in the Class 5 boys basketball championship game on Saturday.
Casey Teson scored 35 points and Chase Morfeld added 20 to lift St. Charles past Hillcrest 74-69 in the Class 4 boys basketball championship Saturday.
A healthy number of starters returning, most at key positions, from a Final Four team should mean continued success this season.
COLUMBIA — The Helias girls soccer team dropped its season opener Friday, losing 3-2 to Rock Bridge in penalty kicks.
The Blair Oaks baseball team has discovered a formula that’s worked the past couple of years, and the Falcons are hoping it does so again this season.
The Jefferson City baseball team won 22 games last season, but the Jays fell just short of their goal, losing 5-0 to Rock Bridge in the Class 5 District 9 championship.
STE. GENEVIEVE — The Linn baseball team began its season on the right foot Friday, defeating Father Tolton 12-6 in the Valle Catholic Tournament.
STOUTLAND — The St. Elizabeth Hornets dropped a 6-3 decision Friday to Stoutland.
Jefferson City High School baseball split a freshman-sophomore doubleheader with C.B.C. on Friday at Vivion Field.
The Helias Crusaders defeated Jefferson City and Blair Oaks in a junior varsity triangular Friday at the Oak Hills Golf Center.
The good news for the Calvary Lutheran baseball team is it’s pretty confident in one of the three key areas of the game as the season begins today.
Last year, the Helias girls soccer program graduated a deep, experienced and talented senior class that delivered finishes of third, second and third in the consecutive trips to the Class 2 Final Four.