The situational scrimmage, which capped off the spring season for the Lincoln Blue Tigers, featured a number positives: The offense moved the ball well at times, the defense made some key stops, and the kicking game was impressive.
Frequently, the focus for college football teams at this time of year centers around the spring game. And while that was the case for the Lincoln Blue Tigers on Saturday, it’s just a drop in the bucket when it comes to the news surrounding the team.
Giving up two goals in a little more than three minutes of play should have been a sign to the Helias girls soccer team it was in for a long day in the Capital City Shootout.
Out of the dozens of plays Tuesday night, the baseball game between Blair Oaks and Warsaw was basically decided by two.
It’s not too often you see a soccer team squeeze off a shot every two minutes, but that’s exactly what the Jefferson City Lady Jays did Friday night.
WESTPHALIA — It was the best of both worlds for the Fatima baseball team Thursday — not only did the Comets get timely hitting, but they got it from the bottom of their order.
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WARDSVILLE — It might be intimidating for a football coach to take over a program when the previous two coaches have won state championships. A man who spent 22 years in the Air Force isn’t most people.
After having to sit for longer than originally scheduled Saturday, the Fatima Comets came out a little sluggish in the fifth-place baseball game of the Capital City Baseball Invitational.
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At a time when a lot of people are focusing on the beginning of the baseball season and the Masters, the year’s first golf major, it’s been hard to ignore college basketball.
In a game in which both starters threw well, and where both offenses mustered just five hits, it didn’t take a genius to figure out Friday night’s game between Jefferson City and Fatima in the Capital City Baseball Invitational would come down to the intangibles.