News Tribune sports writer
Lady Comets fall in quarterfinals
Fatima girls basketball coach Dustin Hays was quick to tip his cap to Ash Grove. The Lady Pirates simply had a better night.
By now, the Fatima girls basketball team has realized the benefits of playing a tough regular season schedule.
Lincoln baseball coach Jim Dapkus hopes it’s a matter of time before the Blue Tigers’ bats start to heat up.
Fatima girls basketball coach Dustin Hays has no doubt the Lady Comets are peaking at the right time.
It wasn’t the kind of year Lincoln men’s basketball coach John Redman was expecting. And it wasn’t the way the Blue Tigers wanted to end their season.
Lincoln's women's team pulled within four points in the final five minutes but Missouri Southern held off the Blue Tigers down the stretch and went on to claim a 60-52 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association win Saturday at Jason Gym.
The Russellville Lady Indians couldn’t put the ball in the basket.
The Russellville Lady Indians didn’t put much stock into being the No. 4 seed. To them, it was merely a reflection of the caliber of teams they’ve played this season. And now, that tough regular-season schedule is paying off.
The Jefferson City Jays came away with a win. And that’s all that matters to them.
With their lead dwindling, the Jefferson City Lady Jays needed someone to step up in a big way. Kezia Martin did just that.