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The Prairie Home girls basketball team got the “signature” win it was seeking at last week’s Pilot Grove Tournament.
The California girls basketball team learned another tough lesson Thursday night in a 60-51 loss to the visiting Plato Lady Eagles.
With the Missouri Football Coaches Association preparing to vote on the Class 3 All-State teams, California senior running back Walker Borghardt made sure his head coach, Marty Albertson, had extra incentive heading into the process.
California head coach Blair Scanlon had a message for his boys basketball players after Friday night’s 62-43 victory over Russellville. To sum up that message: There’s still room for improvement.
JAMESTOWN - With season No. 1 under his belt, Jamestown boys basketball head coach Brannon Bartlett wants to raise the expectations even higher for his program.
TIPTON - After suffering a heartbreaking defeat to end last season, the Tipton boys basketball players still have a bitter taste in their mouths.
California head coach Blair Scanlon puts different expectations on his boys basketball team from one month to the next.
Coaches often avoid the word “rebuilding” when sizing up their chances before a new season, but with a young roster and some key injuries, that may be the case for the California girls basketball team.
RUSSELLVILLE - Don’t expect the Russellville boys basketball team to be satisfied with mere “improvement” from last year’s record. The Indians are looking for a significant turnaround.
PRAIRIE HOME - The Prairie Home girls basketball program made great strides last season with a 17-8 record, but head coach Linda Scott believes even better things are ahead for the Lady Panthers.