CAMDENTON — Washington's turnaround football season concluded Friday night with a 56-7 loss to the top-seeded Camdenton Lakers in Class 4 District 5 semifinal.
On a gritty, cold night, the St. Francis Borgia Knights scored two unanswered touchdowns in the fourth quarter to earn at least one more week of football.
With a trip to Cape Girardeau as the prize, the fourth volleyball meeting of the season between St. Francis Borgia Regional and St. Dominic had extra incentive Saturday afternoon.
Looking to return to Cape Girardeau, the St. Francis Borgia Regional volleyball Lady Knights swept Visitation Academy Saturday during Class 3 sectional play at Incarnate Word Academy, 25-11, 25-22.
Scoring 43 points in the opening quarter, the St. Francis Borgia Regional football Knights (8-2) rolled to a 57-0 win over Bayless (2-8) Friday at home to start the MSHSAA Class 3 District 2 playoffs.
Getting a pair of first-half goals, the Washington soccer Blue Jays were able to hold off Union Monday in the Class 3 District 8 first round at Stierberger Stadium, 2-1.
In the end, the St. Francis Borgia Regional volleyball Lady Knights extended their district title winning streak to 22 years in a row and 31 of the last 33.
Knowing the task at hand, the St. Francis Borgia Regional volleyball Lady Knights took care of business Tuesday with a 25-11, 25-14 win over Pacific in the Class 3 District 8 semifinals in Sullivan.
For the second year in a row, and third time in the last four seasons, the St. Francis Borgia Regional volleyball Lady Knights are headed to the MSHSAA Championships in Cape Girardeau.
When the St. Francis Borgia Regional volleyball Lady Knights won the Class 3 District 8 championship over St. Clair Tuesday in Sullivan, there’s a reason it seemed celebrations were kept to a minimum.
St. Clair (10-0, 6-0) dominated in Bulldog fashion defeating the Lutheran South Lancers (0-10) 42-6 and advancing to the second round of districts.St. Clair will host St. Francis Borgia Regional next Friday.
Scoring 43 points in the opening quarter, the St. Francis Borgia Regional Knights cruised to a Class 3 District 2 quarterfinal home win over Bayless, 57-0.
Shutting out Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis Saturday, 4-0, the Crosspoint Christian School boys soccer Cougars captured the Missouri Christian Schools Athletic Association Division II state title in Joplin.