The Bourbon High School varsity boys’ basketball team is going to play Cuba for the championship of the Gasconade Valley Conference Tournament after winning their first two tourney games last week. The championship was scheduled for Friday, but was postponed due to the weather.
The Bourbon High School girls played two games in last week’s Gasconade Valley Conference Tournament in Cuba before snow postponed the final round games. The Lady Warhawks fell to Steelville and Vienna.
The eighth grade Wildcat boys finished their basketball season with a 12-3 record after winning their final three games against Steelville, Bourbon, and St. Clair. The seventh grade boys were able to knock off Bourbon but lost to Steelville.
Daniel Davis won his match against Waynesville in the Tigers season opener in wrestling and is now just one win away from reaching 100 wins in his career. Davis had a successful night but the Tigers had a rough first night on the mats on November 25.
The St. James Middle School boys’ basketball teams split games in their season debut November 25 against the Steelville Cardinals. The eighth grade took the win 58-31, but the seventh grade lost 36-20.
St. James High School Tigers basketball got off to an intense start November 26 with the varsity losing their first game 77-84 against last year’s district champions, the Fatima Comets. The JV Tigers also lost.
The Steelville High School boys and girls varsity basketball teams both opened their seasons Monday night in the first round of the Gasconade Valley Conference Tournament against Bourbon. The boys lost, but the girls won.
The Cuba Wildcat varsity boys started strong and finished strong in their basketball season opener on the road at Houston. The Wildcats knocked off the Tigers 68-42 on November 26 to get the new season off to a winning start.
Bourbon High School is playing some freshmen boys’ basketball games this year due to the large number of players. The ninth-grade Warhawks played their first game on November 26 and got a 29-21 win over St. Clair.
St. James wrestling fans got their first look at the 2013 team on November 21. The high school wrestling team hit the mats in a wrestle-off for varsity/JV placements and the middle school had their first taste of competition.
The Steelville High School varsity boys’ basketball team should be much improved over the 2012-13 team as the Cardinals have a host of players coming into this year with varsity playing experience. The SHS boys not only have some key players returning from last year’s squad, but will also feature several good players who sat out last year, along with a transfer students who is expected to make...
Seedings have been announced for the Second Annual Gasconade Valley Conference Basketball Tournament, which will be played December 2-6 in Cuba. Cuba and Viburnum garnered the top seeds in the tourney.
What is probably the most anticipated basketball season in years will tip off for the Bourbon Warhawks next week as the boys hit the floor in the Second Annual Gasconade Valley Conference Tournament in Cuba. The boys are the third seed.
The Bourbon High School Lady Warhawks are opening the season a bit shorthanded this year. There are only 12 girls on this year’s varsity and JV teams and two of those are currently out of the lineup with injuries.
Three wins in the Cuba Eighth Grade Tournament last week gave the CMS Wildcat boys a first-place trophy in their round robin tournament. The Wildcats looked dominating in all three of the games they played.
The Cuba Lady Wildcat eighth graders finished their 2013 basketball season with a second-place finish in the Cuba Eighth Grade Tournament. Cuba had a great opportunity to win the tournament outright but suffered a fourth-quarter collapse against Steelville in the final game and had to settle for second.
The St. James High School Athletic Department has announced the schedule for this year’s Community Bank of St. James Girls Varsity Basketball Shootout. The third annual even will be held on November 30 at John F. Hodge High School.
The Four-Rivers Conference (FRC) has announced its all-academic teams for its fall sports. A host of St. James athletes were honored for their classroom work while participating in football, softball, cross country and volleyball.
The Steelville Middle School eighth-grade girls basketball team swept through the Cuba tournament last week, not only winning the championship, but also ending the season with a perfect record. The Lady Cardinals went 15-0.
After starting out their year with five straight wins, the seventh grade Wildcat boys finally lost their first basketball game to Steelville on November 1. But it’s hard to deny the young Cats have had a good run this year.
The eighth grade Cuba Lady Wildcats won three of their last four games as they entered last week’s final home tournament. It was a good run for the Lady Cats, who only stumbled against their rivals from Steelville.
Can’t teach an old coach new tricks? Come find out on December 7 at Hood Park as the Cuba Youth Football Association coaches take on the Steeleville Cardinal varsity football team in the first annual Charity Food Pantry Bowl!
Admission will be two canned food products per person, or feel free to empty your pantry of all your old canned food goods. It’s going to a great cause.
Steelville High School junior Sarah Usher earned all-state honors at Saturday’s Class 2 cross country state finals in Jefferson City. She finished third, which was up 16 spots from where she finished in 2012.
After winning their district tournament game over Bishop DuBourg on November 1, the St. James Tigers ran into one of the best teams in the state on November 6 when they took on John Burroughs. The Tigers lost 69-0 to the eventual district champions.
The Bourbon Middle School girls basketball teams earned a sweep against Bland last week, but got swept in Cuba and Steelville. The seventh-grade season is now over, with the eighth grade playing in the Cuba tournament this week.
The volleyball season has some to a close for the Lady Tigers after St. James was beaten by Union 2-0 in the opening round of last week’s Class 3, District 8 tournament in Union. The Lady Tigers finished the year with a mark of 1-21-4.
After advancing to the second round of the district playoff tournament, the CHS volleyball girls were quickly dispatched by the top-seeded Hermann Bearcats team last week. Hermann went on to win the district bracket that was hosted by Cuba at Mike Voigt Gymnasium and have now advanced into the volleyball state Final Four.
Halloween night proved to be a truly frightening experience for the Cuba Wildcat football team in their district playoff at Mountain Grove. Playing in mud and rain conditions, the Panthers rolled all over the Wildcats in a 57-0 blowout victory that advanced Mountain Grove into the next round of the playoffs and ended Cuba’s season.