JAMESTOWN — The seventh annual Walk/Run/Ride benefiting the L.Cpl. Leon B. Deraps Memorial Scholarship Fund will be held Saturday May 2 at 9 a.m. in Jamestown. It will begin at Advanced Chimney at 365 W. Row St., at the corner of U.S. Highway 179 and U.S. Highway 87, and it ends at Assumption Catholic Church at Cedron off of U.S. Route D.
JAMESTOWN — The Eagles find themselves in a spot they haven’t been in this season, a losing-streak. After defeating Higbee 10-0 in five innings last Tuesday, Jamestown dropped a pair of games to Eugene and Pilot Grove.
A weekly schedule of this week's prep sports.
It’s something Russellville superintendent Jerry Hobbs has wanted for a long time.
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.
A schedule of the Russellville Round Robin Tournament this weekend at Russellville High School.
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.
OSAGE — The Pintos totaled 14 hits in their 16-6 win over the School of the Osage last Thursday, a day before playing in the Calvary Lutheran/New Bloomfield tournament over the weekend.
JAMESTOWN —The Eagles hosted the Tigers on Saturday for a varsity doubleheader and came away with two wins to improve their record to 7-1. They won the first game 4-2 and completed the sweep with the 5-3 in the afternoon.
RUSSELLVILLE - The Indians hosted a 7-0 South Callaway team last Thursday, losing 11-0 in six innings. South Callaway put up crooked numbers in three different innings, and outhit Russellville 12-5.
HARTSBURG - California and Russellville competed in the eighth annual Southern Boone Golf Classic last Wednesday at Eagle Knoll Golf Club, and the Pintos had a strong showing, placing fourth. The Indians placed 13th in the 17-team field.
BOONVILLE — The Pintos competed in their second meet in three days, and they were able to put up impressive numbers at the Jack McCush Invitational Friday.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Just about every story line played out for the diamond Pintos in the Calvary Lutheran/New Bloomfield Invitational last Friday and Saturday. California went on the lose the championship game 5-4 against New Bloomfield in extra innings.
Jordan Hoecker’s squad is looking to turn the corner this season by winning the district title. But that doesn’t mean they’re not staying focused on every game.
PRAIRIE HOME — Led by Garrett Wolfe at the plate and Colton DeVore on the mound, Jamestown rolled past Prairie Home 14-2 on Monday. The Eagles have now won seven straight after they suffered their first and only loss on April 6.