Josh Rodriguez feels when his young St. James High School football team grows up it’s going to be solid. Waiting through the growing pains has been difficult, however.
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The Four-Rivers Conference season is set to begin in high school football this week. The St. James Tigers can only hope the FRC schedule is more successful for them than their early non-conference slate has been.
After taking a state runner-up into extra innings only to fall short in its season-opener, the Salem High School softball team took out its frustrations on St. James last week.
The St. James High School volleyball team opened its season by sweeping past Salem 25-9 and 25-15 on September 4 at the St. James Middle School gym.
In boxing terms, it was a TKO in the first round. The St. James High School football team struggled mightily against the Perryville Pirates Friday, Sept. 6, as the Tigers were shut out 51-0 in non-conference action at Perryville.