Up by four points heading into the fourth quarter, the Helias Lady Crusaders needed to concentrate on two things with eight minutes to play Tuesday night against the St. Joseph’s Academy Angels.
The biggest player on the floor had the biggest impact on the game.
Playing offense is fun, playing defense wins games. The Jefferson City Lady Jays are having fun winning games.
Thursday night’s dual between the Jefferson City Jays and the C.B.C. Cadets had more than its share of 50/50 matches. With their three-plus season regular-season dual winning streak on the line, the Jays made sure the coin flips went their way in a surprising 42-16 victory against the Cadets at Fleming Fieldhouse.
The Jefferson City Jays handed the C.B.C. Cadets a 57-22 loss in a wrestling dual last January at Fleming Fieldhouse. The Cadets are coming back for another shot.
Phil Pitts is ready to embrace the next challenge. And that challenge is at St. Joseph Central High School.
The beat goes on for the Jefferson City Jays.
Up by double digits early in the fourth quarter, things could have been comfortable for the Jefferson City Lady Jays.
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When there are messages on Twitter saying at least the Tigers were able to string together a few good possessions in a row, you know things aren’t going so well.
For the past three-plus years, consistency has been the calling card for the Jefferson City Jays on the wrestling mat.