In his first year as head coach of both the boys and girls’ track teams, Jonathan Lindquist is just trying not to mess anything up, but he thinks he has a strong team to work with this season.
CALIFORNIA — The 21-4 Pintos varsity basketball team had one more time to shine. Along with the junior varsity and the freshmen team, a total of 25 players were recognized Thursday night at California High School for their efforts and achievements during the 2014-15 basketball season. JV finished the season with a 12-4 record and the freshmen posted an 8-7 record.
WARRENSBURG — The California girls and boys teams participated last Tuesday in the University of Central Missouri Indoor Track Meet.
Doug Miller’s squad enters the 2015 season looking to build off last year, and while Miller says his team is young, inexperience isn’t an issue with his top players. The Pintos returned two seniors from last year’s team.
RUSSELLVILLE —From the way the first inning played out, Landon Mouse was in for a long night on the bump for California. The first three Indians reached base on two singles and an error, then Seth Kuda - Russellville’s starting pitcher - grounded into a fielder’s choice to second base to score Ryland Johnson.
RUSSELLVILLE — Landon Mouse pitched four innings, giving up one run on three hits and he homered to left field to help lead the Pintos against the Indians 10-4 on Monday.
William Woods University women’s basketball player Kennedy Volkart has collected her first American Midwest Conference (AMC) Player of the Week award this year, the AMC office recently announced.
With their high school basketball careers done, the California seniors left South Callaway with a sense of accomplishment, despite losing in the Class 3, District 8 semifinals.
The California girls basketball team will have extra motivation heading into next season.
All things considered, it was a successful boys basketball season for Prairie Home, despite a tough ending.
The Class 1, District 9 girls tournament was a roller coaster of emotions for the Jamestown basketball team.
As the final seconds ticked away in Friday night’s Class 2, District 8 championship at Russellville, the Tipton girls basketball team and head coach Jason Culpepper gathered for a joyous celebration.
The California girls basketball team escaped with a 56-54 victory over No. 5 Father Tolton in Monday night’s Class 3, District 8 quarterfinal.
With revenge on its mind, the Tipton girls basketball team gets another crack at Russellville in the district tournament.
California and Blair Oaks were crowned co-champions, both finishing 6-1 in the conference.