The Russellville boys basketball team had a strong first quarter en rout to a double-digit win over Prairie Home on Friday, Jan. 23.
Lady Pintos pound Warsaw in opening round of Russellville Tourney
With neither girls basketball team willing to budge, Friday’s game between Cooper County Activities Association rivals Prairie Home and Jamestown went to double overtime.
From the opening tip until the final buzzer, visiting Southern Boone controlled the consolation round final against the California girls basketball team.
It was redemption, of sorts, for the Boonville Lady Pirates.
Damon Shaw expects to play again this season after suffering a knee injury against Southern Boone on Friday, Jan. 9, and missing last week’s California Basketball Tournament.
Whatever happens moving forward, it will be hard to top this one.
RUSSELLVILLE - Playing on the road against a bigger opponent, Jamestown girls basketball coach E.H. Hirschvogel asked his team to make an early statement Friday night against the Lady Indians.
The California boys basketball team kept its perfect record intact with a 53-45 victory over Southern Boone in Friday night’s Tri-County Conference matchup.
RUSSELLVILLE - One bad quarter can make the difference between a win and loss.
The California girls basketball team began Tri-County Conference action Monday night with a dominating 92-24 victory over visiting Warsaw, extending the Lady Pintos’ win streak to four consecutive games.
The California boys and girls basketball teams, both of which played numerous December tournaments and shootouts on the road, will get a chance to show their hospitality next week.
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One minute, Kelsey Roush was going full throttle on the basketball court, playing tenacious defense and chasing down rebounds with reckless abandonment.
The California girls basketball team continued its upward trend Monday night, putting together another solid performance with a 53-38 victory over Centralia at the MRMC Shootout at Moberly Area Community College.
First Team offense All-Purpose: Jaden Barr, California, sr., 6-0, 180.