After a lackluster first half filled with missed shots and turnovers, it didn’t take a genius to figure out the Blair Oaks Falcons and Eldon Mustangs might try to shake things up in the second half.
The Helias Crusaders had the kind of shooting night you would be hard pressed to come up with shooting by yourself in an empty gym.
After suffering through last year’s 3-47 campaign, it would be understandable if the Lincoln University baseball team wanted to leave it in the past.
First-year Lincoln University softball coach Chad Kerr has inherited a team that went 3-49 last year, has only 12 players and just lost its home field.
The Jefferson City Jays didn’t have much fun watching Tuesday night’s 65-29 loss to the Rock Bridge Bruins at Fleming Fieldhouse.
It was tough to tell which stat was more impressive: The fact the Blair Oaks Falcons led Battle by as many as 27 points Monday night, or that they held the Spartans’ Daviante Ostrander to just three points.
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It’s feeling like “Groundhog Day” for me while attending high-school basketball games lately, as I seem to be living the same day over and over.
It was exactly the kind of frenetic finish you would expect from a game matching up two of the top-10 basketball teams in Class 1.
Quarters don’t come much prettier than the one the Jefferson City Jays put together right after halftime Friday night.
The Helias wrestling team celebrated Senior Night on Tuesday, and the main action most of those seniors got came during the pre-match ceremonies.