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With neither team knowing what to expect, Eagles post win against Jays in soccer

Neither coach knew quite what to expect Monday night.

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Chaminade rallies to beat Jays in soccer

Chaminade closed the game with four unanswered goals to take a 4-2 victory.

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Remmert ties mark in Helias soccer win

It’s a sibling rivalry. But it’s a good one for the Helias Crusaders. “In means a lot because it’s my big brother’s record,” Braden Remmert said Saturday after he tied his brother’s career assist mark in the Helias’ 3-2 win against Carthage in the Helias Shootout at the 179 Soccer Park.

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Helias shuts down Sullivan, 56-3

Running between the tackles against the Helias Crusaders is probably not the best idea.

Helias ready to get back on football field

Hosting Sullivan for Homecoming

The Helias Crusaders have had a little more than a week to think about it. Now they’re hungry to do something about it.

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Helias golfers look to play their game

At Class 1 state championships

Prior to the sectional golf tournament, Helias coach Dan Mathes had a simple message for the Lady Crusaders.

Press Box: Gurley’s suspension nothing new

News Tribune Sports Commentary

Todd Gurley was placed on indefinite suspension last week after it was revealed he was paid for signing items for an autograph dealer. My first thought after I heard about the reason for Gurley’s suspension was … what does Johnny Manziel think about all of this? No it wasn’t.

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A little too close for California

Pintos hold off Indians after big early lead

CALIFORNIA — Up by 30 points just before halftime Friday night, things looked pretty good for the California Pintos. Up by seven with five minutes remaining, things were getting a little too interesting for the Pintos.

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Slow start dooms Helias in loss to Rockhurst

The Rockhurst Hawklets started at a different speed than the Helias Crusaders.

Helias set to take on Rockhurst

In football tonight

The Helias Crusaders have forced a turnover in 33 straight games. In their six victories this season, the Rockhurst Hawklets have turned the ball over a total of two times.

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