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New Bloomfield held Linn to single digits in every quarter and rolled to a 61-20 win Monday.
The St. Elizabeth Lady Hornets controlled the second half and roared back from a double-digit deficit to beat Russellville 52-51 on Monday night.
The Eugene Lady Eagles used a huge second quarter to propel them to a 64-48 win at Calvary Lutheran on Monday.
The way to change hearts and minds is not by force, but by being a force.
Missouri Valley Physicians (MVP) has merged with Jefferson City Medical Group to become Missouri Valley Physicians of JCMG.
Filing closes Tuesday
People interested in running for city office or school board have a short time left to throw their names in the ring. Filing closes at 5 p.m. Tuesday for both city and school board seats.
Blair Oaks had six wrestlers take first and the Falcons finished second in the team race Saturday at the Warsaw Tournament.
Paced by Jaden Barr’s 27 points, California defeated Mexico 65-58 on Saturday to win the California Tournament and remain undefeated.
Jefferson City inspected 53 food-service establishments during the month of December 2014.
Last second layup gives St. Francis Borgia the win
The St. Francis Borgia Lady Knights got a layup at the buzzer to pull out a 37-36 win against Helias in the championship game of the Lady Cat Invitational.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays wrapped up third place in the California Tournament with a 55-41 win against Fulton on Saturday.
Jefferson City captured the title of the Helias JV Tournament with a 35-26 win Saturday against the host school in the championship game.
The Helias freshmen girls basketball team claimed a 41-18 win against Battle on Saturday morning.
Fatima had the ball with a chance to score at the end of regulation but didn’t get a shot off and fell in overtime to Fulton, 64-63.
The Blair Oaks Falcons put four players in double figures and rolled to a 76-53 win against the Cole Camp Bluebirds on Saturday.
The Calvary Lutheran Lions had plenty of reasons to celebrate Friday night.
The Helias freshman boys basketball team slipped past Battle by a 55-52 score Saturday.
The Blair Oaks freshmen snagged a 58-47 win against South Callaway on Saturday.
The Missouri Southern Lions used a torrid shooting effort to capture an 82-74 win against Lincoln in men’s basketball action Saturday at Jason Gym.
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The Rolla Bulldogs led virtually all game long and won a battle of ranked Class 4 squads Friday night, handling the Helias Crusaders 60-46.
The Helias girls basketball team rallied late to upset the ninth-ranked team in Class 5, topping Washington 38-35 on Friday in the semifinals of the Lady Cat Invitational.
Vienna and St. Elizabeth each had three players with double-digit scoring totals, but it was Vienna that pulled away for a 54-47 win Friday.
The Eugene Eagles improved to 13-2 on the season with an 85-65 win against Linn on Friday.
Orrie Patterson and Nate Simmons led Tuscumbia with 16 points apiece, as the Lions defeated Chamois on Friday, 64-26.
At California Tournament
CALIFORNIA — The Southern Boone Lady Eagles raced out to a 30-18 halftime lead and cruised to a 60-46 win against the California Lady Pintos in Friday’s fifth-place game of the California Tournament.
In Blue and Gold Tournament
An 18-2 burst in the third quarter led the Lady Comets to a 66-38 defeat of Blair Oaks on Friday in the third-place game of the Fatima Blue and Gold Tournament.
The Lincoln men’s and women’s basketball teams will be searching for their second conference wins of the season when they play host to Missouri Southern today at Jason Gym.
At Fatima Blue and Gold Tournament
Paige Nolte scored 27 points to lead the Lady Pirates to a 50-34 win against Eugene on Friday in the fifth-place game of the Fatima Blue and Gold Tournament.
At South Callaway Tournament
MOKANE — Justice Miller scored 14 points, and Haley Windsor scored 11, but the Russellville girls basketball team came up short against South Callaway, 44-28, in the fifth-place game of the South Callaway Tournament.
Defeat Climax Springs
Sam Gunn recorded a double-double Friday to lead Calvary Lutheran to a 56-27 win against Climax Springs in the Lady Lions’ Homecoming game.
Three players scored 12 or more points to lead the Helias freshman boys basketball team to a 53-38 defeat of Rolla on Friday.
In Helias Tournament
The Jefferson City Lady Jays junior varsity team defeated Battle 30-18 on Friday in the Helias Tournament.
The Blair Oaks Falcons split a pair of wrestling duals Thursday night, beating Centralia 42-33 and losing to Fulton 68-10.
The Lincoln indoor track and field teams placed in the top eight in 15 events Friday during the Missouri Invitational.
Here are results and remaining schedules for girls basketball games at tournaments around Mid-Missouri.
Here are results and remaining schedules for boys basketball games at tournaments around Mid-Missouri.
The St. Stanislaus seventh-grade boys basketball team beat St. Peter’s 34-12 on Thursday.
A big game from Zach Rockers led the Columbia College Cougars to a 72-38 rout of William Woods on Thursday.
The William Woods Owls dropped the Columbia College Cougars 84-72 on Thursday night.
Two suspects are in custody after the Jefferson City Police Department and MUSTANG Drug Task Force executed a search warrant on Southridge Drive.
Until war is obsolete, a portion of the Missouri Veterans Memorial will remain a work in progress.
The folks at McDonald’s may not be sure where he’s from, but they’re certain that O.G. Anunoby of the Jefferson City Jays is one of the nation’s top players in boys basketball.
The Mid-Missouri swing of the 2015 Cardinals Caravan will make a stop in Jefferson City at 6:30 p.m. today in the Missouri Farm Bureau Center.
Jaden Barr scored 24 points and Eli Freeman chipped in with 14 as California defeated Fatima 63-57 in the semifinals of the California Tournament on Thursday.
Coy Bond hit a buzzer-beater to give Russellville a 36-34 win against New Haven on Thursday in the South Callaway Tournament.
The Linn Lady Wildcats got their second straight win by notching a 68-60 win against Belle on Thursday.
On Thursday night
TUSCUMBIA — The Tuscumbia Lady Lions used a huge effort in the middle two quarters to steamroll Dixon 78-60 on Thursday.
The Helias Lady Crusaders posted a 39-28 win Thursday night against the Hickman Kewpies in freshman action at Rackers Fieldhouse.
The Helias freshman boys basketball team held off Hickman on Thursday 48-43.