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.
More than two dozen people representing local community members, organizations, and local clergy of the California Ministerial Alliance observed the Annual National Day of Prayer at noon Thursday, May 7, on the south lawn of the Moniteau County Courthouse. The participants continued to arrive as the event went forward. This was the seventh year of observance in the local community.
The grand opening of Oak Street Treasures - Antiques and Gifts - was held Thursday, through Saturday, May 7-9, with customers and browsers offered refreshments of lemonade and cookies.The grand opening of Oak Street Treasures - Antiques and Gifts - was held Thursday, through Saturday, May 7-9, with customers and browsers offered refreshments of lemonade and cookies.
The annual California FFA Banquet was held Friday, May 1, in the CHS Auditorium, with students and adults recognized for achievements and assistance. Parents, school board members, administrators, present and retired agriculture teachers were recognized. Many proficiency and vocational agriculture award recipients were recognized.
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.
CLEVELAND, Mo. — Jamestown and Prairie Home competed in the Class 1 District 6 Track Meet on Saturday at Midway High School, qualifying in multiple events for Saturday’s Sectional Track Meet.
CALIFORNIA — The diamond Pintos were on the wrong end of a one-hitter, losing to Blair Oaks 11-1 Monday in their last home game of the regular season. California allowed four runs in the fourth and sixth innings to fall behind quickly.
CALIFORNIA — In a game that had five total hits from both teams, winning the contest would come down to just one of those, as Jamestown’s starting pitcher Alex Gerlach wishes he could have a pitch back.
A weekly schedule of this week's prep sports.
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