• by Mark Cheffey

The PHS boys track and field team performed well on the Culver-Stockton College track last week, winning the Jerry Ball Relays there, Tuesday, before placing second at the Cansissippi meet there, Thursday.

  • by Mark Cheffey
  • Updated

The PHS girls track and field team won the Jerry Ball Relays last Tuesday and placed fifth at the Cansissippi Relays Thursday, both at Culver-Stockton College.

The Marion County R-II baseball team couldn’t make a complete comeback in an 8-4 loss at home to Madison last Thursday.

  • by Mark Cheffey

The PHS golf team actually got to play a round, and won it over Father Tolton Catholic, in Columbia last Thursday.

  • by Mark Cheffey

The PHS boys track and field team took second place out of 11 teams at the Monroe City Invitational last Thursday

  • by Mark Cheffey

The PHS varsity baseball team got to play one game last week in between all the inclement weather, but it was a good one, winning the conference opener at Macon, 13-2, last Thursday.

  • by Mark Cheffey

The PHS girls track team on the Monroe City Invitational meet Thursday, beating out 10 other teams.

The PHS boys track and field team opened the season by winning the five-team Winfield Early Bird Meet last Wednesday and had some strong individual finishes in the 16-team Monroe City Open the next day.

  • by Mark Cheffey

The PHS varsity boys were hoping to upset their way through the Class 3, District 8 Tournament in Ewing last week, but ended up losing in the opening round by falling for the third time in three tries against Monroe City, Wednesday.

The Marion County R-II varsity boys’ season came to an end with a 62-38 loss to North Shelby in the quarterfinals of the Class 1, District 10 Tournament Wednesday.

The Marion County R-II varsity girls saw their season come to an end with a 56-26 loss to Chamois in the quarterfinals of the Class 1, District 10 Tournament at Laddonia last Monday.

  • by Patty Cheffey

The PHS varsity girls managed to pull off an upset, but could not keep the momentum going before seeing their season end with a 52-45 loss to eventual champion Clark County in the Class 3, District 8 semifinals Thursday.

  • by Mark Cheffey

The PHS varsity girls played a measuring-stick game Friday against their district opponents and found they all but measured up to Highland, falling, 56-54, in the regular season and home finale.

The PHS varsity girls went 1-1 in conference play last week, falling at Clark County, before bouncing back for a win at home over a tough South Shelby squad Friday.