Everyone that raced in the 2019 state championship meet got to claim they were a part of Missouri cross country history as the state meet took place at Gans Creek Cross Country Course for the first time.

Valle was so sharp Friday night against Malden that freshman running back Bryce Giesler rushed for 128 yards and one touchdown on just 13 carries. In the second half alone. While the clock ran non-stop.

Samer Zoughaib’s plan to get his runners ready for the district meet paid off last year, and the coach for Valle’s cross country program saw that approach pay off again this past Saturday, especially for the girls.

The Ste. Genevieve defense came seconds away from recording its first shutout of the season, but the Dragons gladly will settle for a 31-7 drubbing of Fredericktown in the second meeting of the season between the two teams.

The Ste. Genevieve High School football team extended its winning streak to four games Friday night by defeating non-conference foe Brentwood 55-14.

Regardless of what season Valle and Ste. Genevieve has, fans on both sides expect a tight contest regardless of the sport. The most recent volleyball showdown in the Old Settlement Rivalry didn’t disappoint.

IRONTON — In recent years, showdowns between Valle Catholic and Arcadia Valley have featured tight contests, lengthy rallies, key defensive plays and major implications in the small-school conference race.

Ste. Genevieve picked up its sixth win of the season during the Jackson Tournament, but the Dragons’ tournament run met an early end in bracket play Saturday afternoon.

Ste. Genevieve looked strong on both sides of the ball one series, but seemed to struggle a series or two later during Friday night’s homecoming game against Perryville.

Throughout her career, Ste. Genevieve volleyball coach Jess Fallert has said that her biggest goal was to get her team ready for districts regardless of how the regular-season stands.