Adam Stillman


News Tribune sports writer.

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Blair Oaks finishes 2-2 in Invitational

The Blair Oaks Falcons didn’t get the end result they wanted in the Capital City Invitational. But they’re still happy where they sit 12 games into the season, despite a 7-6 loss to Hickman in the third-place game Saturday afternoon at Vivion Field.

Reversal of call helps Falcons

Call it a walk-off umpire’s reversal.

Blair Oaks beats Blue Springs on controversial call

Call it a walk-off umpire's reversal.

Helias beats Rock Bridge on Roberts’ goal

Becky Roberts has been a goal-scoring machine for the Helias Lady Crusaders this season. So it wasn’t a surprise the senior scored the game-winning goal in Helias’ 2-1 win Wednesday night against Rock Bridge at the 179 Soccer Park.

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New athletic director named at Helias

Dempsey to take position

It didn’t take Brad Dempsey long to climb the ladder at Helias. In just his third year associated with the high school, Dempsey was named the new activities director Tuesday afternoon.

Jays face tough football slate

The Jefferson City Jays are going for degree of difficulty when it comes to the 2014 football season.

Press Box: A fond farewell to readers

Getting ready to leave the News Tribune

SPORTS COMMENTARY: I’ve loved every second I’ve worked here. It doesn’t get much better than covering sports for a living, and I’ve had the privilege of doing something I absolutely love. And I’ve had the opportunity to do so in a great community with great sports teams.

Blair Oaks set to open track and field season

Track season really boils down to what happens at the state meet.

Helias blanks Battle, 10-0

The Helias Lady Crusaders are scoring goals at an alarming rate. A formation change has proven to be the final piece of the puzzle.

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Lady Crusaders fall to Quincy Notre Dame

In big-time soccer battle

The high-profile tilt between defending Class 2 state runner-up Helias against two-time defending Illinois champion Quincy Notre Dame didn’t disappoint.

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