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ST. ELIZABETH — Jamestown’s goal of winning the district tournament is now complete, but Eagles’ coach Jordan Hoecker isn’t ready to celebrate his team’s successful season just yet.
The Pintos had a strong showing at the District Track Meet in Clinton, earning the District Champions honor. The boys advanced to Sectionals in 14 events, placing in the top-two in nine events.
Jordan Barnhart had a successful day as well, advancing in three events, including two first-place finishes.
The Russellville Indians’ baseball season came to an end Monday, dropping a 7-1 decision to New Bloomfield in the first-round of the Class 2, District 8 Tournament. The Indians finished the year with a 6-14 record.
ST. ELIZABETH — As the No. 1 seed, Jamestown went into the Class 1 District 9 Tournament an undoubted favorite to win it.
A schedule for California, Russellville and Jamestown's district tournament
JAMESTOWN – With the No. 1 seed in the Class 1, District 9 Tournament established, the Eagles are working on staying mentally focused as they prepare for the single elimination tournament.
KIRKSVILLE, Mo. — California’s Kade McAdams and Dylan Kramel advanced to Sectionals after placing in the top-15 - of the players not on the top-two teams - in last week’s Districts Tournament in Eugene, but failed to move on to the State Tournament Monday at Kirksville Country Club.
LINN - The Russellville Indians had a strong performance at the Class 2 District 3 Track Meet Saturday at Linn High School, placing second in boys and third in girls. Russellville qualified in 13 events on the boys’ side and eight on the girls.
CALIFORNIA — The Pintos boys’ track meet placed first in the Tri-County Conference Meet last Tuesday at California High School. The boys finished with 175 points, 57 points more than the second-place team, the School of the Osage.