To snap short losing streak
Having lost back-to-back games for the first time this season, the Helias boys basketball team was itching to get back on the court Friday night. Unfortunately for the Fulton Hornets, they were the ones standing in the Crusaders’ way.
Drop a pair of duals Thursday
One of these days, the Blair Oaks wrestling team is going to be able to field its full squad. Thursday was not that day.
The Jefferson City Jays led the Helias Crusaders from start to finish Tuesday night — even though it took an unsually long time to get to that finish.
The Iberia Rangers used an 21-4 run to start the third quarter to help pull them out of a big hole, and they went on to capture a 62-56 win against Fatima at the MFA Oil-Break Time Shootout.
In a drastic change of tactics, the Pacific Indians took the ball to the basket in overtime Sunday and emerged with a 61-55 win against Jefferson City in the MFA Oil-Break Time Shootout.
Last week ... was definitely a case of sports giving, and giving, and giving. Things started in earnest last Sunday, as the divisional round of the NFL playoffs had two major plotlines to discuss.
WARDSVILLE — If your opponent has almost as many turnovers as points, chances are you’re in pretty good shape. That was the story for the Blair Oaks boys basketball team Friday night, as after three quarters of play, the Warsaw Wildcats had just 23 points and 22 turnovers.
Five days ago, Hale Hentges was in football pads, playing for the winning team in the Under Armour All-America Game.
Most times, holding your opponent to 42 points in a basketball game will be good enough to get you a win.
In a game where tired legs were definitely going to come into play at some point, getting out to a quick start was going to be important in the championship game of the Joe Machens Great 8 Classic.