The Blair Oaks Falcons overcame a number of hurdles to capture a victory Friday night.
In game with Southern Boone
WARDSVILLE — Through three games, turnovers and penalties didn’t come back to haunt the Blair Oaks Falcons. Not so in Week 4.
Faced with an unorthodox opponent, the Jefferson City volleyball team proved Tuesday night it could adjust on the fly.
St. Elizabeth goes 2-2, finishes 11th
Heading into the fifth-place game of the Capital City Invitational, the Jefferson City Lady Jays and Blair Oaks Lady Falcons were both shooting for a win to end the event on a high note.
The Hallsville football program is now in its seventh varsity season, and the Indians picked up arguably the biggest win in their existence Friday night, rolling into the Falcon Athletic Complex and beating the Blair Oaks Falcons 42-28.
Falcons focused on improving themselves
WARDSVILLE — While the Hallsville Indians are on the schedule this week, the Blair Oaks Falcons are singing that old standard and “focusing on themselves” prior to today's game. That’s because two areas have emerged as trouble spots through three games.
Player after player kept subbing in from the bench, and it resulted in the same thing: Point after point for the Helias volleyball team.
If there’s one thing the Fatima volleyball team has proven this season, it’s the Lady Comets are a resilient bunch.
For the Blair Oaks Falcons, Saturday night’s game at Eldon came down to two numbers – 26 and 2.
The game plan for the Blair Oaks Falcons this week against the Eldon Mustangs is simple — first things first.