Austin Schubert tossed in 16 points Tuesday night to lead the Fatima Comets to a 60-45 victory against the Owensville Dutchmen. Tom Zeilman added 10 points for the Comets, who outscored the Dutchmen 15-6 in the final period to pull away to the victory. Fatima (2-0) will host Eldon on Friday.
Replacing the leading scorer on a team is always tough, but if you’re going to start somewhere, having eight returning players with varsity experience is a pretty good place to begin. That’s the scenario facing the Blair Oaks Falcons, who open the season at 6:30 p.m. today against Russellville in the first round of the Eugene Tournament.
The California Pintos put four players in double figures while beating St. Elizabeth 72-53 on Monday in the only boys game at the Eugene Tournament.
The Owensville Dutchgirls outscored the Fatima Lady Comets 19-16 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 61-59 win Monday night.
California, Blair Oaks and Boonville were winners Monday on the first night of the Eugene Girls Basketball Tournament.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays improved to 2-1 on the season by dropping Rolla 42-31 on Monday.
The dream was cut short. Now it’s time for another shot.
The Fatima Lady Comets are going to hassle you. They’re going to hound you. They’re going to create all sorts of havoc.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays evened their record at 1-1 with a 51-46 victory Saturday afternoon against the North County Lady Raiders in the St. James Shootout.
Quarterback Trent Nally ran for three scores and passed for another as Maryville won its 30th game in a row and second straight Class 3 Missouri State High School Championship by defeating Seneca 50-28 Saturday at the Show-Me Bowl.
Ian Brown threw a pair of touchdown passes to Kaleb Prewett, helping Blue Springs repeat as Missouri Class 6 state champion with a 35-14 victory Friday against Rock Bridge.
The Helias Crusaders had it, they just couldn’t keep it. “It” was momentum in Friday afternoon’s Class 4 state championship game against the Webb City Cardinals at the Edward Jones Dome. Each time it looked like the Crusaders had momentum, the Cardinals came back to quickly snatch it away as they went on to post a 28-14 victory to claim their fourth straight state title and 12th overall.
Looking to pull off a special feat, it seems only fitting the Webb City Cardinals relied on their special teams to do so. The Cardinals won their fourth straight Class 4 state football title thanks in large part two special-teams plays, dropping the Helias Crusaders 28-14 on Friday at the Edward Jones Dome.
Jared Beshore rushed for 212 yards and three touchdowns in leading Lamar to its third-straight state title, this time with a 42-0 win over Lawson.
Finishes in second place against Webb City
Update: Webb City downs Helias 28-14 for the Class 4 state championship.