Union’s 32-23 win over Hermann on Friday did much more than secure second place in the Four Rivers Conference football standings. It catapulted the Wildcats into second place in the Class 4, District 4 rankings, assuring them of two more home games should their season remain alive.
In a game that looked as if both teams would score on every possession, it was the only turnover in the game that made the difference as Owensville (9-0, 6-0) defeated St. Clair (5-4, 3-3) Friday, 63-53.
If you like offense, then St. Clair was the place to be with both teams combining for 116 points in a 63-53 Owensville victory on senior night.
In a game with massive Class 4 District 4 postseason implications, the Westminster Christian Academy Wildcats continued their domination of the Borgia Knights.
Seeking to gain momentum heading into next week’s district tournament, the Borgia volleyball Lady Knights outslugged Hermann in Gasconade County Monday, 25-20, 21-25, 25-18.
Despite spotting the home team a 1-0 lead, the East Central College soccer Falcons (8-3) roared to life Saturday in Independence to win an 8-2 shootout over MCC-Blue River.
Pacific Head Coach Clint Anderson tipped his hat to Hermann’s Garrett Leimkuehler for the last time Friday, and it came after the talented Bearcat rambled for 239 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 62-26 win over the Indians at Hermann.