The California Pintos are 5-0. The Southern Boone Eagles are 0-5.
In game between 4-0 teams at Hallsville
CALIFORNIA — California head coach Marty Albertson expects tonight’s Tri-County Conference game at Hallsville to be “a big match-up.” “This game will probably determine the conference lead,” Albertson said. “We’re both undefeated and they just had their biggest win of the season against Blair Oaks.
Tri-County Conference foes
CALIFORNIA — As they embark on Week 4 of the 2014 football season at 3-0 and ranked No. 4 in Class 3, the California Pintos are well aware of the tasks at hand as they prepare to host the Eldon Mustangs tonight — remain focused, keep their eyes on the prize and get better each week.
After Friday’s 21-0 win against Mexico, the California Pintos are setting their sights on a more productive four quarters that will result in more points on the board.
Will face Mexico
CALIFORNIA — After defeating Boonville 44-0 in their opener Friday at Riley Field, the Pintos are ready for game two of the 2014 season tonight, when they will host the Mexico Bulldogs.
Semifinalist in 2013
Coming off a 12-2 season that California opened last year with a 42-7 win at Boonville and ended with a state semifinal loss to eventual state champion Maryville, the Pintos should be feeling pretty confident as they embark on the 2014 football season.
Artist Terry Chase recently visited Burgers’ Smokehouse to check on the work he completed in 1980, which is featured in the Visitor’s Center.
The stakes were high for all involved in Saturday’s Class 3 semifinal game, given only one team would advance to the state championship game Friday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.
Officials are investigating a burglary that occurred Wednesday at California High School, resulting in property damage and theft of money and electronics.
CALIFORNIA -- Marty Albertson has been superintendent of the Moniteau County R-1 Schools for the last four years, so he is certainly no stranger to Pinto football.