CALIFORNIA —Matt Moulder was introduced as the new California Pintos basketball and baseball head coach Friday at the high school, taking over for Blair Scanlon in basketball and Jason Gatlin in baseball.
With California and Liberty: Mountain View tied for fourth in the Class 3 standings with just one event left, Nathan Squires of California and Liberty’s Cale Cornman battled it out in shot put to break the tie.
At the event's conclusion on Saturday
Here are the results for statewide competitors at the conclusion Saturday of the Class 3, 4 and 5 Missouri State High School Activities Association Track and Field Championships in Jefferson City.
Down to her last throw and fighting her nerves Friday, California’s Audrey Pickering was less than two inches from a state title in the Class 3 girls shot put.
Here are the results and remaining schedule for area athletes competing in the Class 3, 4 and 5 Missouri State High School Activities Association Track and Field Championships, which will conclude today at Dwight T. Reed Stadium.
RUSSELLVILLE — Two drastically different games took place on the first day of the Russellville Round Robin Tournament.
CALIFORNIA — Soon the California baseball and softball teams will have a new field to call home. California Athletic Director Rick Edwards is hoping for May 7 - against Jamestown - to be the first home game played on the new, turf field located behind the high school, but he wasn’t prepared to make any promises.
CALIFORNIA -- Southern Boone scored four runs in the third inning and eight runs in the fourth to run away with the 14-3 win in a run-ruled shorten game against California on Tuesday. The Eagles totaled 14 hits and four batters had multiple hits to lead the offensive attack that saw 12 players have an at-bat, and 10 of those 12 batters recording a hit.
CALIFORNIA – A seven-run first inning ultimately proved to be too deep of a hole for the Pintos to climb out from, as they dropped their Tri-County Conference opener against Hallsville 13-3 in a run-ruled shorten game.
JAMESTOWN — Evan Knierim batted 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI and two runs scored to lead Jamestown over New Bloomfield 7-4. Alex Gerlach and Garrett Wolfe also had two runs scored, with Gerlach hitting 1-for-2 from the plate and Wolfe 2-for-4.