Making the most with its seven wrestlers, the Borgia Knights placed seventh among eight teams in the Ft. Zumwalt North Tournament (Gold Division).
While it didn’t have any individual champions, the Union wrestling Wildcats had five wrestlers reach championship or third-place matches Saturday to take third in the Ft. Zumwalt North Tournament Gold Division.
Bouncing back from a heartbreaking loss in the consolation game of the Borgia Turkey Tournament, the Pacific basketball Indians thumped Festus in their home opener Tuesday, 56-34.
After scaring top-seeded Clopton, the New Haven Lady Shamrocks will get a chance to bring home a trophy Saturday from the Montgomery County Tournament.
Coming through in the clutch, Jared Phillips led the Cardinal Ritter Lions to their first St. Francis Borgia Pepsi Thanksgiving Tournament title Saturday night.
Ending the Borgia Turkey Tournament on a high note, the Washington basketball Blue Jays (1-2) knocked down 12 three-pointers en route to a 71-43 victory in the tournament’s seventh-place game.
Beginning their run at the Marquette Tournament Monday, the Pacific basketball Lady Indians, the two-seed in the bracket, beat No. 7 Summit, 61-53.
Knocking down 11 three-point baskets, the Pacific Indians rolled to a 66-33 consolation semifinal win over the Washington Blue Jays Friday at the 64th Annual St. Francis Borgia Pepsi Thanksgiving Tournament.