Hale Hentges broke the Helias career record for receptions with a catch on the first drive of the game Saturday night as the Crusaders went on to a 52-14 victory against the Hannibal Pirates at Adkins Stadium.
No, your calendar isn’t wrong. It’s late August, not late October.
Through three innings Thursday, the Helias Lady Crusaders had left seven runners on base against the Rolla Lady Bulldogs.
With the loss of a talented senior class, the Helias Crusaders will feature a new look this soccer season.
Competition is a nice problem to have.
The Helias Crusaders must be fast learners. They improved from the first quarter to the second quarter Saturday night in posting a 27-2 victory against the Nixa Eagles at Adkins Stadium.
Some coaches like to refer to it as reloading instead of rebuilding.
It’s an interesting mix of veterans and youth.
The ultimate goal for any football team is to win a championship.
When Phil Pitts got the phone call earlier this week, there was one emotion on his end of the conversation.