News Tribune sports writer
Second quarter proves pivotal
The Jefferson City Lady Jays lost their rhythm in the second quarter. And that’s when the Hickman Kewpies found theirs.
Kelsey Williams is the type of player every coach wants on their team. At least they should.
The Lincoln Blue Tigers jumped out to a commanding lead and never let up en route to a 72-47 women's basketball win Saturday against the Prairie Stars at Jason Gym.
After jumping out to a 4-1 start, the Lincoln women’s basketball team is looking to snap a two-game skid when it hosts Illinois-Springfield in a non-conference matchup at 3 p.m. today at Jason Gym.
It goes without saying, Helias was happy to come out of its home opener with a win.
For many schools, the Missouri National Guard Shootout is an opportunity to play an unfamiliar opponent in an out-of-town venue. Leroy Bernskoetter’s team will have the advantage of familiarity.
Jefferson City might be losing four starters from last year’s team that fell to state tournament runner-up Hickman in a district championship game.
Blair Oaks was looking for a quick turnaround after dropping its season opener last week.
Kelsey Williams scored a game-high 17 points to lead six Lincoln players in double figures as the Blue Tigers claimed a 90-79 win Saturday against Quincy in a non-conference game at Jason Gym in Jefferson City.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays opened their season with a 50-43 loss Tuesday against Sullivan at Fleming Fieldhouse.