After inclement weather wiped out some of Jamestown’s games on the early part of the schedule, the Eagles were looking forward to a busy week.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) has announced its football and basketball classifications and district assignments for the upcoming 2016 and 2017 seasons.
The California Pintos are trying to get better each day. That’s the message head coach Matt Moulder has been preaching to his players early on.
When South Callaway’s Peyton Leeper clubbed a home run on the game’s very first pitch, it was a sign of things to come for California.
California, Tipton and Jamestown represented the area Tuesday night at the California Tri County Open.
Jamestown was simply on the wrong end of a compelling pitcher’s dual.
The California boys golf team couldn’t possibly have been involved in a closer match on Monday at Columbia Country Club.
Jamestown High School athlete Darian Wolfe has signed a letter intent to continue her softball career at Finlandia University.
Wonders of the Ozarks Learning Facility (WOLF) is a year-long educational opportunity for a select group of Springfield fifth-graders.
The California track and field teams got the season started Thursday, March 23, with the California Tri Track Relays.
The host Linn Wildcat boys took first place in the Linn Quad held March 23. Russellville was a close second with 104 points, just two points behind Linn.
The Russellville track and field teams swept the Russellville Quad on March 22, placing first on both the boys and girls side.
Trailing 2-0 entering the bottom of the first inning on Monday night, the California offense gave sophomore pitcher Jacob Wolken seven runs and a comfortable lead to work with.
Having the right equipment can be a big help
Turkey hunting isn’t as complicated as it may appear.
California pitchers walked 11 Eugene batters and gave up nine hits Monday night as the Eagles topped the Pintos 17-8 in the season opener for both squads.