It’s been said the best thing about sophomores is they become juniors. So how nice is it when those returning players were also pretty good as sophomores?
All season long, the Blair Oaks Falcons have been a second-half team, putting away teams in the third and fourth quarters.
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It seems odd to be extolling the virtues of a team that’s just 2-1 in this young season, but I’ve seen what I wanted to see from the Tigers this season.
John Burroughs defeated Blair Oaks 31-18 in Saturday's Class 3 semifinal football game.
The points weren’t there for the Fatima Comets in Friday night’s Jamboree at Helias, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to panic.
If Friday night is any indication, the Jefferson City Jays are itching to get the basketball season started.
Missing 80 percent of its starting lineup, it’s safe to say the Blair Oaks boys basketball team will look quite different in a few weeks than it did Friday night in the Jamboree at Helias.
Friday night’s Jamboree hosted by Helias gave the home team a little bit of a surprise.
After having their state-title hopes dashed the day before, it would have been understandable for the Helias soccer team to be less than thrilled to play Saturday’s Class 3 third-place game.
FENTON — A player with the nondescript last name of Smith was anything but ordinary in Friday’s first soccer game at the Class 3 Final Four.