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Helias girls top Incarnate Word in soccer

Defining victory

The Incarnate Word Red Knights racked up 24 shots Friday night, including 15 on goal. The Helias Lady Crusaders notched just seven shots, putting only three of them on frame. Guess which team won?

Jays bring veteran squad into tennis season

There’s such a thing as a veteran squad, and then there’s the Jefferson City boys tennis team.

Helias tennis team eyeing districts as season begins

During the past two seasons, the Helias boys tennis team has been stuck in a district with three of the state’s largest schools. As a result, the light at the end of the tunnel usually ended up being an oncoming train.

Press Box: Bracket busted

It’s my own fault. I should have known better than to trust the Cyclones. Growing up in Davenport, Iowa, there was one thing I knew for sure: I was an Iowa Hawkeye fan.

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Falcons leaning on seniors as season begins

The Blair Oaks baseball team has discovered a formula that’s worked the past couple of years, and the Falcons are hoping it does so again this season.

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Helias girls bring veteran team into soccer season

Last year, the Helias girls soccer program graduated a deep, experienced and talented senior class that delivered finishes of third, second and third in the consecutive trips to the Class 2 Final Four.

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Confident in offense, Calvary to start baseball season today

The good news for the Calvary Lutheran baseball team is it’s pretty confident in one of the three key areas of the game as the season begins today.

Offense limited for LU baseball in loss to Central Oklahoma

The Lincoln baseball team was great at getting two-out hits in Saturday’s home opener.

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Tuscumbia girls take third place at state

After working so hard to get to the Final Four for the first time in program history, the Tuscumbia girls basketball team wanted to make sure the trip ended on a high note.

Rugged final period dooms Tuscumbia in semifinal loss

For the first three quarters, Naylor’s notable height advantage against the Tuscumbia Lady Lions was a non-factor in Thursday’s Class 1 semifinal, with the Lady Eagles missing tons of layups.

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