The Steelville Middle Schools girls basketball teams closed out their season with both squads playing in the Oak Hill Tournament last week. Rather than entering A and B teams, the Lady Cardinals played as seventh and eighth graders and both teams reached the championship game. The seventh grade won the title.
A year ago St. James High School girls basketball head coach Terry Wells worked a group of talented freshmen into his senior-dominated squad and the result was a 19-win season and an undefeated Four Rivers Conference championship.
The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) has been begging for some new blood to add to its dwindling game official pool, and former St. James High School football standout Ryan Harlan has answered the call in a big way.
Junior setter Rylee Hancock of the St. James High School volleyball team is the lone Lady to receive all-district accolades.
Hancock was selected to the Missouri Class 3 District 9 second team.
Eight members of the St. James High School football team in 11 positions were named to the All-Four Rivers Conference Team, it was announced last week.
The Cuba Middle School boys basketball teams traveled to Salem last week before hosting New Haven on Monday. The Wildcats went 3-1 in those four games.