With a 2-1 victory over Bolivar in the Class 3 quarterfinals Saturday, the Washington soccer Lady Jays advanced to the state semifinal for the first time in the program's history.
Staying undefeated on the year, the Washington Post 218 Freshman Legion team won its own preseason tournament Sunday, defeating New Haven Post 366, 6-1.
When the Bolivar Lady Liberators come to Washington Saturday for MSHSAA Class 3 quarterfinal action at Scanlan Stadium, it could be like looking into a mirror for the host Lady Jays.
Jumping out early, the Ballwin Post 611 Freshmen defeated Union Post 297 in the consolation game of the Washington Post 218 Preseason Tournament Sunday, 15-2.
Scoring six times in the bottom of the fifth, the New Haven Post 366 Freshman Legion team rallied to beat Union Post 297 Sunday in the Washington Post 218 Preseason Tournament at Rotary Recreational Complex - Ronsick Field, 10-9.
Getting a relief appearance from staff ace Brendan Feldmann, the Lindenwood Lions baseball team won the NCAA Division II Central Regional title.
Breaking a tie in the fourth inning, the Washington Post 218 Freshmen were able to vanquish two foes Friday night at Rotary Recreational Complex - Ronsick Field.
When we last saw the Washington Post 218 Freshman Legion team, it was celebrating in Jackson after winning the program’s third Missouri Freshman Legion state championship in five seasons.
Taking advantage of two Union errors in the first inning, the Lutheran South Lancers were able to grab momentum and win the Class 4 District 3 baseball title at Wildcat Ballpark Tuesday, 6-3.
Falling in heartbreaking fashion, the Washington baseball Blue Jays’ (8-11) season was ended on a game-winning hit by Eureka (9-12) in the first round of the Class 5 District 3 Tournament.
Moving to Class 4 this season, the Washington track Blue Jays finished at the top of area teams in the District 5 boys track meet held at Camdenton Saturday.
Teaching the game to a new generation is the goal of Franklin County Junior Golf (FCJG). The youth program continues again this year at golf courses throughout the area.
Jumping on top early, the Borgia baseball Knights cruised to an 11-1 win over St. Clair in the opening round of the Class 4 District 3 Tournament at Union’s Wildcat Ballpark Friday afternoon.