After a 25-13 decision in the first game of a volleyball match Tuesday night, it was time to shake it up. But it wasn’t the losing team that was doing the changing.
The School of the Osage Indians had as many passing yards — 5 — as the number of interceptions hauled in by the Blair Oaks defense, and the Falcons celebrated Homecoming by romping to a 55-6 win Friday night.
In tight decision
As usually happens when the Fatima Lady Comets and the Blair Oaks Lady Falcons get together in volleyball, the decision in the match can hang on a few key points. Thursday was no different.
Falcons hope to remember what is important
WARDSVILLE — It’s safe to say focus is going to be a big area of concern for the Blair Oaks Falcons this week. Not only do the Falcons face an undefeated opponent this week, and not only are they going into the toughest two-game stretch of their season. They’re also having to deal with the distractions of Homecoming.
It was pretty simple for the Calvary volleyball team Tuesday night.
Having all but clinched first place in the Capital City Invitational, the Jefferson City Jays took to the field against Raymore-Peculiar on Saturday afternoon looking to make it a certainty.
It’s a good thing the Capital City Invitational was only two days and not three, or the Helias soccer team might have had to forfeit a game.
Finally, some fun
SPORTS COMMENTARY: It was nice on Saturday to get something that made me focus on the actual playing of sports, rather than the disgusting deeds done by the players of those sports.
The Blair Oaks Falcons overcame a number of hurdles to capture a victory Friday night.
In game with Southern Boone
WARDSVILLE — Through three games, turnovers and penalties didn’t come back to haunt the Blair Oaks Falcons. Not so in Week 4.