The Helias Crusaders totaled 10 points on their first two drives Saturday afternoon and made them stand up for a 10-7 victory against the Rock Bridge Bruins at Adkins Stadium.
Great pitching, solid defense and timely hitting — the Fatima Lady Comets had those things covered.
It’s uncertain times for the Helias Crusaders and Rock Bridge Bruins.
The Jefferson City Jays and Battle Spartans played the full 80 minutes Tuesday night at the 179 Soccer Park.
Maybe the Rock Bridge Bruins got some inspiration from its junior varsity.
Leading 28-24 as time wound down Saturday night at Adkins Stadium, St. James Academy was facing a third-and-5 at the Helias 29.
The little things could add up to something big Saturday night.
When the Helias Lady Crusaders needed their focus, they found it.
Our work gets recognized by Missouri Press Association
Last Saturday, the News Tribune won several Missouri Press Association awards in a ceremony in Columbia. The sports department received three of them and I wanted to make mention of it.
“The outcome of the game did not come down to that play, there were a lot of things we could have done better,” Helias coach Tim Rulo said after the Crusaders dropped a 28-27 decision Friday night to the Battle Spartans.