With the end of the regular season fast approaching, thoughts are starting to turn to the soccer postseason. So it seems only fitting the Southern Boone Eagles and Helias Crusaders put together a game Saturday that had a definite playoff feel to it.
The Warsaw Wildcats’ best play Friday night was a fake punt. Their worst plays were all tied into their real punts.
Blair Oaks scored 16 points before their offense ever touched the field and the Falcons rolled to a 57-0 win against the Warsaw Wildcats on Friday night.
The Blair Oaks Falcons are averaging more than 50 points per game this season.
With things in hand on Senior Night, you had a feeling the Helias volleyball team would start substituting soon. But the way it played out caught the fans, and one player in particular, by surprise.
On a night where C.J. Closser scored four touchdowns, there was no doubt which one was the biggest.
The California Pintos scored the first and the last touchdowns of Friday night’s game. In between, it was all Blair Oaks.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons started quick, but it was the Helias Lady Crusaders who had the better finishing kick in Thursday night’s volleyball showdown.
Coming into the season, the Blair Oaks Falcons and California Pintos had several question marks after losing key contributors from squads that finished the season ranked among the state’s top eight teams in Class 3.
It’s been five games since Ben Mitan strayed out from between the pipes, leaving behind his role as Helias goalkeeper to become a center midfielder.