Westminster may be in the same division as Stephens, but the two teams are not in the same league competitively.
The Stars' inexperience showed Friday in a 9-0 loss in which Westminster was in complete control of every match.
The Dexter Bearcats needed to have a flawless game to knock off the Vashon Wolverines. Unfortunately for the Bearcats, the only thing perfect about their game on Friday was Vashon's Curtis Muse.
A game cannot be won in the first quarter, but Hickman came close.
Hickman beat Lee's Summit 53-28 in the Class 5 semifinals in Hearnes Center on Friday.
Sitting on the bench never felt more comfortable for Hickman coach Tonya Mirts.
The Kewpies built up a commanding first-quarter lead and rolled to a 53-28 win against Lee's Summit on Friday in the Class 5 state semifinals at Hearnes Center.
MacKenzie Stirmlinger called it ironic, but it was more like inspiration.
St. Joseph's Academy avenged a regular season loss to Incarnate Word, winning 47-27 on Friday in the Class 5 semifinals at Hearnes Center.
DALLAS – With the clock running down Friday night, junior guard Jason Conley attempted a 3-pointer from the right wing.
Similar to many of his other shots, the high-arching shot sailed long and bounced off the back of the rim. Conley, though, wasn’t the only Tiger to unable to get in a rhythm in the Tigers’ 94-69 loss to Kansas in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Tournament in Dallas.
DALLAS--The first one was a disappointing road defeat, but not a surprise.
The second one was a heartbreaking loss, in the last game in Hearnes Center
DALLAS – Before the first Border War fans sauntered into American Airlines Center or even crossed the Texas state line, the key to Missouri’s and Kansas’ success was clear: Get the ball inside.
The only question when the two teams met for the second time in less than a week in Friday’s quarterfinal game at the Big 12 Conference Tournament was which team’s big man’s play would be bigger.
Tyler and Ben Hansbrough led Poplar Bluff to a 72-57 victory against Lafayette on Friday in the Class 5 state semifinals at Hearnes Center.
The Mules (24-6), winners of its past 15, play Blue Springs in the Class 5 state championship tonight at 8:05 p.m.
Troy Landi waited for the ideal time to take over the game: the fourth quarter.
Landi helped Blue Springs come from behind to defeat Jefferson City 47-42 on Friday in the Class 5 state semifinals at Hearnes Center.
Kearney brought 12 players to the Show-Me Showdown at Hearnes Center. The Bulldogs needed six of them to beat defending state champion Ozark.