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Though the spring season was lost to COVID-19, Fatima didn’t let that damper spirits for too long, and Friday night, the team’s nine seniors were recognized, along with their parents, as … more
Linn golfers were in a rebuilding year to be sure, but the Wildcats were hoping for a season on the links with a second straight district title. However, the coronavirus had other ideas as the … more
Fatima baseball coach Brian Bax said the cancellation of the 2020 baseball season is difficult to take. “It initially brings quite a bit of sorrow to my heart,” he said. “So far … more
In the midst of the pandemic, and with the cancellation of the spring season, Fatima girls soccer coach Clint Dobry said he has plenty of reasons to be proud of the girls who were denied a chance to … more
  Will Robertson said it’s nice to be home during this time of uncertainty, but all things being equal, he’s ready for the baseball season to begin with the Toronto Blue Jays … more
Jacob Voss, of Linn, a 6-foot-9, 255-pound right-handed relief pitcher, faces the uncertainty of the current baseball season, but he feels good about how the year started, and is anxious to get back … more
Like other teams this spring, the Linn JH volleyball squad, midway through its inaugural season, have seen it come to a premature end. “We are in unprecedented territory right now,” said … more
The Chamois Lady Pirates saw their season come to an end last Tuesday night at Harrisburg, where they lost to Community R-6 in the sectional round. “We played well in the first half, but … more
In many cases, good defense leads to better offense, and the Lady Pirates (15-9) on Friday certainly proved that with a 45-27 win over Otterville to claim their first district championship in … more
The Lady Wildcats on Thursday wrapped up the regular season with a 46-44 win over Fatima, marking the first time in several years that Linn has swept the Lady Comets. “The girls moved the … more
From start to finish, the Chamois Lady Pirates dominated their Class 1, District 9 opener Saturday against Jamestown, winning 57-32 to advance to the semifinal game today (Wednesday) at Capital City … more
Chamois faced a tough test at Linn on Friday and though it was close throughout the game, it was a little too much for the Lady Pirates, who lost 52-43. “This was a close conference … more
Linn hosted the Chamois Pirates Friday for senior night, and it turned out to be a good experience for the Wildcats, who won 65-42. “I thought all night offensively we were in a good … more
Brett Werner had a huge game against Capital City on Friday, scoring 36 points to lead the Comets to a 68-47 win. He also surpassed the 1,000 career scoring mark last week and was to be honored … more
After a couple postponements, Linn finally on Saturday had the chance to play Steelville in the championship game of the Owensville tournament, finishing second with a 54-46 loss. “In the … more
Between two games at the Belle tournament and two regular-season games, the Pirates had a tough week, but managed to split the two regular games and finish third at the tournament (a separate story … more
Early in Saturday’s championship game against Montgomery County, it seemed Linn was well on its way to a title at the Hermann tournament as the Wildcats build an 11-4 lead. “We built … more
Chamois played a solid game Monday to defeat St. Elizabeth 45-36 on the night homecoming was rescheduled, edging the Lady Hornets in every quarter. “This was a game we needed to play,” … more
Fatima wrestlers began the week off with a very competitive tri against Southern Boone and Helias, splitting with a 42-33 win over SoBo and a 51-15 loss to Helias. “The team wrestled very … more
Linn entered the Owensville tournament last week as the top seed, and with a first-round bye, didn’t play until Friday, when the Wildcats knocked off St. Clair 51-37 to advance to the … more
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