Stories by April
Pintos advance to Semifinals
Pintos eliminate Hornets in district play
California ends season with district loss to Blair Oaks
Pintos, Lady Pintos advance to state cross country championships
California defeats MMA in district play
California advances to semifinals
Pintos grab conference title
Jungmeyer places seventh at State Golf Championships
Pintos miss title by one point
Pintos take Wildcats
Pintos trample Indians
There was never a hint of a problem, no symptoms to indicate that this 22 college student would have a near-death experience at such a very young age.
Lady Pintos place second at districts; advance to sectionals
State Golf Championships
California hosts match with Helias
Russellville places second at Linn Tourney
The Russellville varsity cross country team competed at the Belle Meet Sept. 20, where the varsity girls finished in first place with 69 points, followed by Union with 78, and Fatima with 92. A total of 20 schools participated in the meet. Top finishers for Russellville are as follows: Grace Young, first place, 21:09.53; Miranda Hill, second, 21:09.93; Hannah Michitsch, 25th, 23:33; Hannah Matthews, 27th, 23:44; Taylor Young, 46th, 24:37; Erica Miller, 47th, 24:37; Justice Miller, 48th, 24:38; and Mary Potts, 85th, 30:32. Russellville's varsity boys team competed at the Hancock Invitational Sept. 22 at Jefferson Barracks State Park, St. Louis, where the Indians finished fifth overall in the combined Class 1 and 2 race. See this weeks California Democrat for more on the story.
Pintos have 5 game winning streak
Lady Pinto Golf
Lady Pintos win
Pintos stomp Indians 59-7
The California High School cross country team competed at the Fulton Meet Saturday, where the Lady Pintos finished in third place, while the Pintos finished sixth. "With two races the previous week and the Fulton Meet Saturday, our teams were tired, but competed very well," California Coach Josh Grotzinger said. "Previously, California had only earned two medals at this meet. We more than doubled that total." See this weeks issue for more details.
Lady Pintos fall to Lady Tigers
Lady Pintos fall to Lady Tigers
Goans leads California in match against Sacred Heart
Russellville girls place second at Linn Meet
California loses to Eldon
California opens season with match against Jefferson City
Pintos stomp Bulldogs
Lady Pintos net wins against Eugene
Jamestown opens with loss to Tipton
California loses opener to Russellville
Lady Panthers fall to Harrisburg in opener
Indians scalp Eagles 11-5
Pintos off to good start with 18-7 win against Boonville
Upcoming California High School sporting events
The California Pintos played their football season opener Friday night at Riley Field, where they defeated the Boonville Pirates 18-7.
The Lady Pintos, coached by Lance Conner, will open the season with varsity and JV matches against Jefferson City at 4 p.m. Monday, Aug. 27, at the California Country Club.
Pintos start season off with jamboree
The California Pintos will kick-off the 2012 football season with the jamboree at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 17, at the Blair Oaks Falcon Athletic Complex, Wardsville.
The Moniteau County Fair Baby Show drew approximately 70 entrants Saturday at the main arena of the fairgrounds, California, where milder temperatures and a nice breeze made for a much more pleasant evening for the event than in previous years.
The Second Annual Waylon Martensen 'Endure The Race' 5K Run/Walk Fundraiser will be held Saturday, Aug. 18, at the California High School track.
Bailey Glenn, daughter of Steve and Kristie Glenn, California, ended her reign as the 2011 Miss Moniteau County Queen Tuesday night at the Moniteau County Fair, California, as she passed her crown on to Caitlin Meyer at the 2012 Miss Moniteau County contest.
The 2012 Miss Moniteau County Queen contest was held Tuesday, Aug. 7, at the main arena of the Moniteau County Fairgrounds, California, where 2011 Miss Moniteau County Queen Bailey Glenn passed her title and crown on to Caitlin Meyer, daughter of David and Rhonda Meyer, California.
A total of 53 area youth ages 3-5, including 31 girls and 22 boys, participated in the 2012 Little Mr. and Miss Moniteau County contest Tuesday, Aug. 7, at the main arena of the Moniteau County Fairgrounds, California, where judges ultimately chose Corbin Lawson, 4, and Addison Harris, 5, to wear the crowns.
The Kiddie Tractor Pull drew approximately 70 entrants Monday, Aug. 6, at the Moniteau County Fair.
The Third Annual Dane T. McGuire Memorial Golf Tournament was held July 28-29 at the California Country Club, where a total of 41 teams participated in the 3-man scramble.