While other schools around the area are tuning up for the 2018-19 basketball season with jamborees, the Crosspoint Christian School teams are jumping right into the season.
After going 10-0 in league play, it comes as no surprise that Washington Lady Jays softball took home a stack of awards at the end of the season.
Just as expected, it came down to a winner-take-all set for the MSHSAA Class 2 volleyball state title Saturday at the Show-Me Center in Cape Girardeau.
Facing its biggest challenge of the season on many fronts, the St. Francis Borgia Regional football Knights head west Friday night to face the Camdenton Lakers.
Making the best of the situation, the St. Francis Borgia volleyball Lady Knights captured the MSHSAA Class 3 third-place trophy Saturday in Cape Girardeau.
In front of 600 cheering people, St. Francis Borgia Regional football Head Coach Dale Gildehaus was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Sunday.
Starting and ending with games against Lutheran South, the St. Francis Borgia Regional volleyball Lady Knights were sent to the Class 3 third-place match Friday in Cape Girardeau.
St. Francis Borgia Regional freshman volleyball player Ella Brinkmann has received a top runner-up honor for last week’s PrepVolleyball.com national player of the week.
Crosspoint Christian School’s quest for a second consecutive Missouri Christian School Athletic Association state soccer title ended Saturday, Oct. 27, in the championship game.
If it came to writing a storybook ending for the Class 3 District 8 boys soccer tournament, it’s likely neither team would have pictured it this way.
Freshman Ella Brinkmann put down half of Borgia’s 40 kills Saturday as the Lady Knights scraped past Incarnate Word Academy in a three-game Class 3 quarterfinal thriller, 25-13, 27-29, 25-18.