After a win at Warsaw Feb. 11, the California Pintos played back-to-back games Friday and Saturday where they captured two more wins to wrap up a busy but successful week.
The California High School varsity boys and JV girls basketball teams hosted Pilot Grove Saturday, where the Pintos captured a 79-61 victory, while the Lady Pintos lost 46-31 to the Lady Tigers.
The Russellville Indians traveled to Tuscumbia Friday, where they suffered a 60-34 loss to the Lions.
The California Middle School seventh grade girls basketball team wrapped up the 2013 season with a 23-19 win at Sedalia Jan. 28, followed by a 33-19 loss to an undefeated Osage at home Jan. 30, to end the season 11-3.
After a loss to North Callaway in the opening round of the Southern Boone Classic Thursday night at Ashland, the California Pintos defeated Linn Friday, followed by a win against Fatima Saturday to secure a fifth place finish in the tourney.
Jamestown hosted Bunceton for the 2014 Jamestown C-I Homecoming Friday night, where the Eagles defeated the Dragons 73-25.
The California Lady Pintos hosted Eldon Friday night, where they defeated the Lady Mustangs 52-45 to pocket another conference win.
The California Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team hosted Osage for the Lady Pintos' final game of the season and Eighth Grade Night Jan. 30, where they defeated the Lady Indians 36-14 to end the season with just two losses, 13-2.
The California Pintos hosted Boonville Jan. 28, where they captured a 74-47 win from the Pirates.
Prairie Home girls The Lady Panthers defeated Malta Bend 59-11 at the CCAA Conference Tournament Jan. 28 at Higbee.
After defeating fifth-seeded Versailles in the first round of the Russellville Tournament Jan. 27, then falling to third-seeded Father Tolton in overtime in the second round Tuesday, second-seeded Russellville faced Versailles once again, this time in the contest for third place Thursday night, where the Lady Indians captured a 41-40 win.
After defeating sixth-seeded Warsaw Jan. 27 in the first round of the Russellville Tournament, the top-seeded Lady Pintos faced fourth-seeded Belle Jan. 28 in the second round, where California came from behind at the half to pull off a 40-35 win.
The Russellville Girls First Annual Basketball Tournament wrapped up Thursday night at Russellville High School, where Father Tolton defeated California 49-44 to secure the championship.
The California Pinto basketball teams hosted Versailles Friday night, where the varsity lost a hard-fought conference game to the Tigers, 76-52.
Russellville boys The Indians traveled to Prairie Home Friday night where they won a close contest against the Panthers, 53-52, in overtime, thanks to Coy Bond, who sank a game-winning shot with 12 seconds left to play.