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  • By Bill Battle Missourian Sports Editor
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While Helias won the team title at the Archdiocesan Athletic Association Girls Golf Championships Monday in Columbia, the real winner was the weather.

  • By Arron Hustead Missourian Sports Writer
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After a 3-1 defeat against SLUH’s junior varsity deprived Washington of the opportunity to repeat as champions of the Hillsboro soccer tournament, the Blue Jays rebounded to take third place.

  • By Bill Battle Missourian Sports Editor
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Hosting their annual four-team tournament, the New Haven volleyball Lady Shamrocks went undefeated Saturday to win the New Haven Round Robin Tournament title.

  • By Bill Battle Missourian Sports Editor
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Outscoring the opposition by a 28-0 margin, the Borgia softball Lady Knights captured the championship of the St. James Tournament Saturday.

  • By Arron Hustead Missourian Sports Writer
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Rain brought a premature end to St. Clair’s softball game on the road against defending Class 3 State Champion Warrenton (8-10) Monday.

  • By Arron Hustead Missourian Sports Writer
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St. Clair proved in the first half Friday that it’s easier to complete a handoff than a pass.

  • By Bill Battle Missourian Sports Editor
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Taking advantage of two big innings, the Union softball Lady ’Cats rolled to a 14-0 win over St. Clair Tuesday at Wildcat Ballpark.

  • By Arron Hustead Missourian Sports Writer
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In a three-set battle at St. Clair, the Lady Bulldogs took the final two rounds to knock off Pacific Thursday.

  • By Arron Hustead Missourian Sports Writer
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Washington softball (14-7, 7-0) remained unbeaten in league play Thursday with a 16-1 victory at home against Ft. Zumwalt North (3-14, 2-5).

  • By Bill Battle Missourian Sports Editor
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Warming up for two massive tournaments, the Borgia volleyball Lady Knights (9-2-1, 3-1) rolled to an Archdiocesan Athletic Association win at Notre Dame Tuesday, 25-9, 25-21.

  • By Bill Battle Missourian Sports Editor
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While both games of Tuesday’s Four Rivers Conference opener between the St. Clair Lady Bulldogs and New Haven Lady Shamrocks took different paths, they both ended at the same point.

  • By Arron Hustead Missourian Sports Writer
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Washington soccer (5-5) moved one step closer to the championship round at the Hillsboro Tournament and ensured itself a place in at least the third-place game with an 8-0 win against Festus (2-7) Wednesday.

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  • By Mike Marler Missourian Sports Writer
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The Pacific Indians (4-1, 3-0) were never able to get their offense on track, but were able to score enough to secure a 20-0 victory over the Sullivan Eagles (1-4, 0-3).

Brendan Feldmann, a graduate of the Borgia and Washington Post 218 programs, has been called up to the Corpus Christi Hooks in an offseason move for that club.

If you’re planning on going to see Borgia play St. Mary’s in a showdown for the lead of the Archdiocesan Athletic Association Large Division, wait.

  • By Arron Hustead Missourian Sports Writer
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The first hat trick for Washington soccer came Monday in the first round of pool play at the Hillsboro Tournament Monday.

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