Fighting back multiple times, the Pacific basketball Lady Indians captured the Lutheran South Tournament championship Friday, beating the host team in overtime, 63-60.
Rallying from a large early deficit, the Borgia basketball Lady Knights bounced back Friday to beat Gateway STEM for third place at the Lutheran South Tournament, 56-46.
Jacob Unnerstall hit a three-point basket as time expired Friday, lifting the Borgia basketball Knights to a 58-55 win over MICDS at the Ray DeGreeff Memorial Gymnasium.
Using an 18-4 run in the third quarter, the Bowling Green Bobcats defeated New Haven Friday in the Montgomery County Boys Invitational Basketball Tournament consolation game, 47-40.
Jumping out in the middle two quarters, the Hermann Lady Bearcats defeated Four Rivers Conference rival New Haven Saturday for the Montgomery County Tournament championship, 52-43.
Paced by one runner-up, Dylan Hellebusch, the Borgia wrestling Knights placed 11th among 18 teams at the Ft. Zumwalt North Tournament Saturday.
While the Union boys basketball Wildcats didn’t win any games during the Branson Battle at the Border Tournament, Head Coach Chris Simmons saw many positives.
Grace Burrows knocked down a three-point basket with 1:16 to play Thursday to lift the Pacific Lady Indians past Borgia in the Lutheran South Girls Basketball Tournament semifinals, 49-44.
Trailing by two points after three quarters, McCluer North rallied past Pacific to take the championship at the 65th annual Borgia Turkey Tournament Saturday, 59-52.
Bouncing back from a semifinal defeat the night before, the Borgia basketball Knights captured third place in the 65th Annual St. Francis Borgia Pepsi Thanksgiving Tournament Saturday with a 71-41 win over St. Louis Christian Blue.
Knocking down free throws in the final seconds, the Pacific Lady Indians sealed its first championship of the new season Friday, claiming the Lutheran South Tournament crown.