News Tribune sports writer
Tim Nahach knows what his role is.
The Lincoln Blue Tigers suffered a 62-45 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association loss to Fort Hays State in men's basketball at Jason Gym.
The Lincoln Blue Tigers were able to find some positives Saturday following their 61-53 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association loss to Fort Hays State in women's basketball at Jason Gym.
I debated writing this column, because quite frankly I don’t know if me being here for 13 months warrants me saying goodbye in a public forum.
Points were a little harder to come by for the Blair Oaks and Fatima boys basketball teams in the first game back after the holiday break. But the Falcons didn’t miss a stride from the free-throw line.
The Fatima Lady Comets might not have put together one of their best shooting performances of the season but they rolled to a 54-23 win against Blair Oaks on Saturday.
By their own accounts, the Jefferson City Jays were down on themselves after falling to Raytown South by one point in the first round of the Joe Machens Great 8 Classic.
Seeking their first win since Dec. 9, the Jefferson City boys basketball team was hoping for some kind of spark to get things going in the right direction again.
Jefferson City suffered its third loss by two points or fewer dating back to last year in the Joe Machens Great 8 Classic after Raytown South rallied late to claim a 54-53 win against the Jays on Saturday in the first round of the tournament at Fleming Fieldhouse.
At Missouri National Guard Shootout
New Bloomfield used its height to its advantage and placed three players in double figures as the Lady Wildcats claimed a 54-40 win Saturday against Jamestown in the Missouri National Guard Shootout at Fleming Fieldhouse.