The Blair Oaks Falcons held the Owensville Dutchmen to negative yards of offense until their final possession of the game and romped to a 42-0 win Friday night.
When the Blair Oaks Falcons travel to Owensville tonight, they’re going to see a couple big differences from their last trip there two years ago.
Using some deft serving, the Helias Lady Crusaders took control of both games early and went on to capture a 25-14, 25-15 win against the Fatima Lady Comets on Thursday night.
It took a little while for the offense to get going for the Helias volleyball team in its season opener.
On an oppressively muggy night devoid of even a whisper of a breeze, the Blair Oaks football team overcame the Moberly Spartans and a power outage at the Falcon Athletic Complex to capture a 21-3 victory Friday night.
If they didn’t feel like they had enough time for their volleyball season opener, the Jefferson City Jays got a little bit more when it was pushed back a day.
Update: Today's matches rescheduled to Sept. 12
In an era where some schools are struggling to find enough players to fill out their tennis teams, Helias has more than enough girls to make a team. In fact, they have enough to make five teams.
While there’s been one big change surrounding the Jefferson City girls tennis team, one thing remains the same — the goal for the end of the season.
They say there’s strength in numbers. And when those numbers have experience, that strength level shoots right up.
The coaching staff at Blair Oaks has been preaching patience for the better part of two weeks. Now the Falcons can take out some of their impatience tonight.