A weekly schedule of this week's prep sports.
EUGENE — Kade McAdams and Dylan Kramel will continue their golf season after finishing in the top-15 of the teams that didn’t qualify for sectionals. McAdams also earned All-District honors, which is awarded to the top-15 golfers overall, as he finished tied for 12th with an 85.
CALIFORNIA – While it won’t show up on the stat sheet, the bottom of the order came through for the Pintos in their 9-3 win over Harrisburg Thursday. The entire lineup produced 13 hits, including five extra base hits.
RUSSELLVILLE — Jamestown bounced back after struggling the week before by beating Calvary Lutheran 5-3 on Thursday and sweeping three games at the Russellville Round Robin over the weekend to claim the championship. The Eagles beat the Missouri Military Academy 5-3 Friday, then beat the School of the Osage 11-5 and Russellville 4-3 in extra innings on Saturday.
RUSSELLVILLE — While it wasn’t the end result the Indians wanted, it’s hard not to say Russellville has improved since its seven-game losing streak, which was snapped Friday with a 15-5 win against the School of the Osage in the Russellville Round Robin. The Indians went on to place second of four teams, losing in the championship to Jamestown in extra innings.
CALIFORNIA — The Pintos’ basketball team and head coach Blair Scanlon will host the California High School 2015 Boys Basketball Camp May 26-29. Age groups vary from boys entering fourth grade to 12th grade and it will be located at the California High School gym.
CALIFORNIA — The Pintos hosted the Guy Rush Memorial Track Meet Thursday, with the boys finishing first for the second time in three days and the Lady Pintos finishing second overall.
A draft plan is available for public review from May 1 to May 31
Sunday, May 17, at 1 p.m. a headstone setting and dedication ceremony will be held in honor of Missouri Union Civil War Veteran Private Wyatt Zimmerman.
Saturday, May 9, the National Association of Letter Carriers, United States Postal Service, Feeding America and other partners are asking area residents to help Stamp Out Hunger.
The Latham School Alumni of Latham will observe its 78th annual banquet at 5 p.m., Sunday, May 24, at Latham School. The doors will be open at 4 p.m.
Anita McDonald, kindergarten teacher at High Point R-III, will be honored for 41 years in education including 33 years at High Point Thursday, May 14.
Ramona Hader was honored Friday, May 1, by being named to the Moniteau County Democratic Club Hall of Fame. The award was presented by Gail Hughes at the Truman Days Dinner held at Centennial Hall at the fairgrounds.
City of California Police Department officers responded about 10 p.m. Friday, May 1, to reports of shots fired in the 1000 block of Dave Drive. The investigation is ongoing at this time in connection with the incident, with several agencies involved, including the Moniteau County Sheriff’s Department and Missouri Highway Patrol.
The City of California Board of Alderman was called to order by Mayor Norris Gerhart on Monday, May 4, for its regular monthly meeting.
It was a warm, but not uncomfortable day for the second annual California Cinco de Mayo festivities, held Saturday, May 2.
The Spring Concert was presented by the California High School Choral Department in the auditorium Sunday, May 3. The event included performances by the different vocal groups, combined choirs and recognition of seniors. The event was conducted by Vocal Music Director Michele Bilyeu. Lisa Bleich served as accompanist.
Mother’s Day is a very low-key day for Kimberly Scheidt. She gets together with her family and they have a big meal. And that is really a change for Scheidt, who otherwise leads a very busy life.
Rita Jeanne Miller, a retired nurse who turned 91 a few weeks ago, lives in her own home in California and maintains a busy life. She is an avid card player, not only with family members, but also at the California Nutrition Center three days a week. Her daughter Jane McGill looks after her.