The Washington soccer Lady Jays were unable to climb back from a 2-0 deficit Tuesday.
Another day and another hat trick for the St. Clair soccer Lady Bulldogs.
It took four games, but the 636 Cardinals edged St. Francis Borgia Tuesday in boys volleyball action, 16-25, 25-22, 25-18, 25-18.
The Lady Indians needed to come from behind to keep their soccer win streak alive Monday.
After falling to the East Central College baseball Falcons Saturday, Moberly Area Community College caught fire Sunday.
Anyone arriving late to St. Clair’s girls soccer match Monday at St. Francis Borgia didn’t miss too much.
Rain washed the Blue Jays north Saturday where they earned a split with Troy.
Salvaging something from the wreckage of last weekend’s canceled Bank Classic, the Union baseball Wildcats shut out Cape Girardeau Notre Dame Monday at home, 3-0.
In the boys basketball district which produced the state champion, two area schools were able to get players honored on the all-district team.
Washington Post 218 will hold its spring tryouts Sunday, April 16, at Rotary Recreational Complex - Ronsick Field.
Seeking to avoid the course’s namesake, the Washington golf Blue Jays took to the links for their first tournament of the season Monday at the Bogey Hills Invitational.
East Central College’s baseball Falcons opened a road trip to Moberly Saturday with a 6-3 win.
Recording the first sweep of the 2023 season, the St. Francis Borgia boys volleyball Knights beat Hazelwood West Thursday at home, 25-13, 25-20, 25-12.
Two St. Francis Borgia players and one from Union were honored by the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association.
Splitting the scores equally across the two halves, Wentzville Liberty gained a soccer victory at Scanlan Stadium Thursday.
It’s not the type of streak the East Central College softball Falcons wanted to see.
Four area basketball teams received attention in the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association final state polls.
Capping a three-match first week, the Union soccer Lady ’Cats raced to an 8-0 victory Thursday at Owensville.
For 10 innings, Pacific and Union traded zeros on the scoreboard.
The baseball Blue Jays are coming out of the Troy Tournament on a three-game winning streak.
The Lady Bulldogs celebrated a win for the third night in a row Wednesday.
Junior Madi Lieberoff scored all three goals Thursday as the St. Francis Borgia girls soccer Lady Knights opened Archdiocesan Athletic Association play with a 3-1 road win over Bishop DuBourg.
Spring is planting season, but the Washington golf Blue Jays harvested the first win of the season Tuesday.
Three minutes in the second half made the difference Tuesday for the Union soccer Lady ’Cats.
The Lady Jays returned home with an unblemished record and kept it that way.
St. Francis Borgia’s four-run second inning was just enough Wednesday in Wardsville.
A combined shutout from the Eagles gave third place in the Four Rivers Conference Preseason Tournament to Sullivan.
Washington ran into the 2023 track season eager to start racking up first-place finishes.
Six area players have been selected to this season’s Missouri Basketball Coaches Association All-State Teams.
Getting a start to the 2023 track season, the Union boys and girls both place second at the Sullivan Early Open Wednesday.
When the St. Francis Borgia track program hosts its annual early-season meet next Tuesday, it will have a new leader.
If the New Haven baseball Shamrocks are looking for a theme song, it might want to go to “Mary Poppins.”
East Central College’s softball Falcons completed a sweep Monday to move to the .500 mark on the season.
Pacific’s unbeaten run to open the season continued into league play Monday.
Scoring quick goals in each half, the Union soccer Lady ’Cats opened their Four Rivers Conference title defense Monday with a 4-0 win over St. Clair at Stierberger Stadium.
Two members of the Union basketball Lady ’Cats and one from the Washington Lady Jays have received all-district status.
Last week at the 95th annual Academy Awards, the film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” (EEAAO) dominated the show.
Two area boys golf teams opened the season Monday at the Columbia Country Club.
The Indians have a chance to repeat as Four Rivers Conference Tournament champions.
The Pacific soccer Lady Indians went fishing on the opening weekend, landing a big one.
It was almost statistically impossible to have a better start to the season than the Washington girls soccer Lady Jays.
While the results were the same Saturday for the East Central College baseball Falcons, the effort was quite different.
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