by Randy Geise Missouri Department of Conservation Agent If paradise had a season, it would be April for me. The Missouri outdoors are a wonderful place to be when there are turkeys strutting and gobbling in the woods, crappie biting in the lakes, and morels growing in the woods. That’s right, April is the month
Baseball Apr. 22 at Eldon 5 p.m. Apr. 23 vs. Eugene 5 p.m. Apr. 25 at Boonville 5 p.m. Golf Apr. 18 Stover Tournament (Rolling Hills C.C.) 9 a.m. Apr. 23 Versailles Quad 4 p.m. Apr. 24 Tri-County Conference Tournament (Rolling Hills C.C.) 9 a.m. Track and Field Apr. 19 Hallsville Invitational 1 p.m. Apr.
April 1 Boonville 4 S. Boone 0 Osage 13 Laquey 0 April 2 S. Boone 7 Blair Oaks 3 California 7 Hallsville 4 Russellville 19 Eldon 1 Osage 6 Versailles 2 April 3 Dixon 9 Eldon 3 Hallsville 17 New Bloomfield 1 April 4 California 13 Crocker 3 April 5 Helias Catholic 12 Blair Oaks
The Versailles golf team is participating in the effort to support the hospitals of the Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) by wearing yellow in two upcoming tournaments. The Tigers will wear yellow “miracle bracelets” and yellow uniforms while playing in the Sacred Heart Invitational Monday, April 15 in Sedalia and the Stover Tournament Thursday, April 18
The Versailles Middle School track and field teams began their 2019 season at the California Open Tuesday, April 2 in California. The seventh grade boys team came in seventh and the girls team tied for eighth. The Tigers scored 20.2 points and the Lady Tigers compiled 14 points. West Middle School of Columbia won the
Versailles senior Wyatt Espinosa has been selected to play in the Mid-Missouri All-Star basketball game Sunday, April 14 at Eldon High School. Activities begin 2 p.m. with a 3-point shooting contest for the girls players and both a 3-point contest and a slam dunk contest for the boys. The girls basketball game is scheduled 3