Entering the softball season, the Helias Lady Crusaders had a pretty good idea of what they were going to get out of the top four hitters in the lineup.
The Jefferson City volleyball team earned its first win of the new season Tuesday night against Rock Bridge, but Lady Jays head coach Lisa Hoffmeyer left Fleming Fieldhouse with more than a couple concerns.
The season is only one match old, but already the Blair Oaks volleyball team has done something last year’s squad didn’t. The Lady Falcons played their first match in their home gym since October of 2013, defeating Linn 25-8, 25-7 on Tuesday.
Hayley Dorton drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to propel the Linn Lady Wildcats to a 2-1 win against Jamestown on Tuesday.
Blair Oaks softball coach Sharon Buschjost returns just three starters from last year’s district championship team, but as she begins her 20th season calling the shots, she has grown to expect players to naturally fit into varsity roles and contribute.
Nikki Kueck arrived at the Calvary Lutheran gym Monday afternoon with her hands full, 10 minutes early to greet her team for the final day of preparation ahead of today’s season opener against Belle.
Six seniors return from the Jefferson City softball team that finished third in the state in Class 4 last season. One key piece, however, won’t be in the dugout today when the Lady Jays begin their season against Lebanon.
The Helias Lady Crusaders went through some growing pains last season.
There’s one major difference surrounding this year’s Helias volleyball team, but that change hasn’t resulted in other changes.
The Jefferson City Jays moved up one spot in the state football rankings released this morning.
The Fatima Lady Comets picked up their first win of the season Monday, defeating Rock Bridge 9-3.
Jordyn Steffen and Jessica Lineback combined on the shutout Monday as Vienna topped Tuscumbia 10-0 in five innings.
The Fatima Lady Comets opened the season with a 25-15, 25-22 win against Hickman.
Joy Northweather wasn’t sure who said it, but she knew she liked the message.
The Helias Lady Crusaders topped three teams in a quad Monday at the Oak Hills Golf Center.