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Field takes two in Helias win

Mason Field took the long road, then the short road, to the same result Tuesday night for the Helias Crusaders.

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Lady Jays continue hot streak with win against Helias

The Jefferson City Lady Jays are starting to put things together.

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Pitts bids farewell to Helias

When word spread Tuesday morning Phil Pitts was leaving as Helias’ head football coach to accept a job at the collegiate level, a lot of those people reached out to him.

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Helias girls battle past Fulton

On Friday night

The Fulton Lady Hornets just wouldn’t go away until the Helias Lady Crusaders finally found a way to put them away.

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Jays roll in win against Helias

Maybe the biggest surprise was there were no surprises.

Now official: Missouri names Pitts defensive analyst

The worst kept secret during the past couple of days is a secret no longer.

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Pitts stepping down at Helias (with audio interview)

To take job in college

It was an emotional day for Phil Pitts. Emotional and exciting.

Wrestling Falcons maturing, win two duals Tuesday

WARDSVILLE — The young Blair Oaks Falcons are growing up.

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Pitts stepping down as head football coach at Helias

To take position at collegiate level

Helias head football coach Phil Pitts announced this morning he will be stepping down from his position.

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Helias' Schulte takes second at C.C. Invitational

Jacob Schulte of Helias worked his way through a tough field into the championship match at 152 pounds Saturday at the Capital City Wrestling Invitational.

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