It’s never an easy road to the Final Four, but the Steelville High School girls may have just completed one of the toughest trips to the Missouri basketball championships ever. Now the Lady Cardinals stand just two more victories away from the first state basketball championship in school history.
In winning their first state tournament game in school history Wednesday night, the Steelville High School Lady Cardinals also put an end to one of the finest runs in Missouri history, knocking off five-time defending champions Strafford Indians. Now, the Lady Cards are just one win away from the Class 3 Final Four.
The St. James Lady Tigers couldn’t have ended the regular season in a better fashion.
The Lady Tigers claimed the Four Rivers Conference title by knocking off the undefeated Union Lady Wildcats 58-42 Wednesday, Feb. 24 at St. James High School.
The St. James Tigers fell to the Union Wildcats 62-41 on Wednesday, Feb. 24 to close out the regular season.
Three members of the St. James High boys’ wrestling team qualified for the Class 2 State Championships through Section 1 action Saturday, Feb. 27 in Ste. Genevieve.
The varsity Cuba Lady Wildcats lost their opening-round game in the Class 4 District 9 tournament Monday night at Blair Oaks to end their 2020-21 season. The Lady Cats finished with a record of 3-17.