While it’s never the way a team wants to end the season, the California Pintos saw a lot of positives during its 2015 campaign, but the season ended Friday night after a 48-21 loss to the Southern Boone Eagles in district play.
Results from the Fatima Invitational Saturday.
The California Lady Pintos concluded its season last Tuesday, falling to Helias in the Class 3, District 12 semifinals, ending the season with a 19-11-4 record and a third place finish in the Tri-County Conference.
RUSSELLVILLE — Mikala Jungmeyer had three goals during her senior year and the summer leading up to it, and she checked off the final one two weeks ago at the Class 1 State Tournament by earning All-State honors with an 11th overall finish as she shot a 166 (87, 79).
PILOT GROVE — The Lady Indians improved their record to 10-1 after a 35-14 win against Pilot Grove last Tuesday.
Sixth-seeded Southern Boone used four first-half turnovers to build an 18-0 lead Friday night on its way to a 48-21 win against the third-seeded California Pintos in the opening round of Class 3 District 6 action.
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For the second consecutive year, California and Southern Boone will meet in the regular season and in the district playoffs, as the Pintos host the Eagles tonight in the first round of the Class 3 District 7 playoffs.
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The regular season is now complete, the district playoff seeds are now set and it’s win or go home in every game the Pintos will play from here on out.
Before California’s game against School of the Osage two week ago, the Pintos’ rushing attack only had two 100-yard game this season, and not a single player had more than 76 yards in a game. As a team, the Pintos average 83 rushing yards per game during the first seven weeks of the season.
WARDSVILLE -- There's something to be said about an opposing team being significantly taller in volleyball, and California Julie Bailey knew that would be an issue when her team matched up with Helias Catholic in the Class 3, District 12 semifinals.
WARDSVILLE — The roof of Blair Oaks High School’s gym played a big role in deciding the outcome of the second set between California and School of the Osage.
The California Lady Pintos finished another successful season at the Class 1 State Tournament at Twin Hills Country Club in Joplin last Monday and Tuesday.
Russellville Lady Indians volleyball results from the past week.