Pulling away late in a back-and-forth game, Borgia snapped a two-game losing streak by beating O’Fallon Christian, 45-28.
Playing in the Hillsboro Tournament, the St. Clair soccer Bulldogs ended as consolation champions with a 1-0 victory over De Soto Saturday.
The first runners to cross the finish line at the Festus Invitational Saturday in both the boys and girls races had “Washington” across their chests.
Capping off their run at the Hillsboro Tournament, the Washington soccer Blue Jays (5-7) persevered against Hillsboro and won in penalty kicks to capture the championship.
The Washington Blue Jays saw firsthand the talent of Fort Zumwalt North’s Cade Brister in a key Gateway Athletic Conference Central Division showdown Friday night.
Taking another step toward the Archdiocesan Athletic Association Large Division title, the Borgia softball Lady Knights blazed past Rosati-Kain Monday to sweep the season series, 12-2.
Salvaging a win after a tough slate of games this week, the Washington softball Lady Jays (7-5, 4-1) beat Ft. Zumwalt North, 2-0, on the road Thursday in a rain-shortened game.
Dominating the Missouri Baptist University JV team Tuesday in St. Louis, the East Central College soccer Falcons rolled to an 8-1 victory.
Hitting the road Wednesday, the East Central College volleyball Falcons swept MCCAC rival St. Louis Community College in Kirkwood, 25-18, 25-18, 25-13.
Striking for eight runs in the top of the first, the Union softball Lady ’Cats cruised to a 13-1 Four Rivers Conference victory at St. Clair Tuesday.
Rolling through area and tournament competition so far, the New Haven volleyball Lady Shamrocks started Four Rivers Conference play with a win Tuesday.
Senior Noah Bratch stopped all 10 shots he faced to lead the Crosspoint Christian School soccer team to a 1-0 victory over St. Louis United Tuesday afternoon in Maryland Heights.
Following up Monday’s emotional victory over defending Class 3 state champion Villa Duchesne, the Borgia volleyball Lady Knights rolled over AAA Large foe Notre Dame at home Tuesday, 25-18. 25-7.