Friday night's Callaway County high school football scores
The focus was on student performance at Thursday night’s meeting of the North Callaway School Board at Hatton-McCredie Elementary School.
Principal says elementary MAP scores show students move to next level
South Callaway Elementary School Principal Corey Pontius said that building wide, they have cut the percentage of students scoring below the basic level on the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) tests in half.
The school district formed a committee last month to prioritize a list of potential facility repairs. Superintendent David Tramel spoke with an engineer about performing an assessment of the district’s facilities.
Heading into game against Wright City
MOKANE — The South Callaway Bulldogs’ defensive unit has been doling out harsh lessons for overwhelmed opponents so far, but it has been putting in some extra study time of its own.
Tonight at Marshall
FULTON — At the midway point of the season, Fulton head coach Pat Kelley likes where his Hornets are positioned.
In game tonight
North Callaway head coach Kevin O’Neal wants to see his Thunderbirds exclude the ebbs and fixate on finding more of a smooth, stable flow.
2014 Week 5 Previews
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Fulton Hornets soccer head coach Brad Oestreich wished his team had just a little more time. “If we had another couple of minutes, I think we could have put it on them because we were definitely on their heels,” Oestreich said.
Senior midfielder Rachel Meyer scored twice in the second half as the Lady Owls topped the Lady Pirates 3-1 in AMC play Wednesday at Firley Field.
The Owls bounced back from their first loss of the season to defeat the Pirates 3-1 in an American Midwest Conference clash Wednesday at Firley Field.
Senior Brooke Kelley carded a 38 over nine holes to split medalist honors in guiding the Lady Hornets in Wednesday’s dual with Russellville at Redfield Golf Course.
The host Lady Eagles slipped to 0-4 on the season after Thursday night’s 25-9, 25-14 and 25-8 loss to the Lady Pirates.
The Ladybirds tumbled to 2-5 overall after bowing to the Lady Panthers 25-6 and 25-10 on Thursday night.
Sophomore starter Konnor Arrowood scattered four hits and the Lady Bulldogs accumulated 12 hits in their 5-1 Show-Me Conference triumph over the Lady Hornets on Thursday night.
Senior starter Danielle Cassidy threw a two-hitter and set a school record with 19 strikeouts in the Ladybirds’ 6-1 EMO victory over the Lady Wildcats on Thursday night.
The Fulton Lady Hornets softball team broke out at the plate in bringing a halt to its skid. Freshman pinch-hitter Kendalyn Roesner was 4-for-4 with a triple, four runs batted in and scored once Thursday night, triggering a 13-hit rampage as Fulton stopped a seven-game losing streak with a 15-5 North Central Missouri Conference romp over Marshall.
Honor Flight, Postal Customer Council host tour; US Postal Service unveils Medal of Honor Stamp for Korean War Army, Navy
Nearly 70 years later, World War II veteran Richard White can still picture the letters that came from his wife during his service. “The letter was always sealed with her lipstick kiss on the back of it,” White, a Fulton resident, said Thursday.
Millersburg woman uses century-old barns, homes to craft furniture
Carolyn Linton makes her living breathing new life into old barns.
Westminster College President Barney Forsythe greeted students, faculty and community members with the same catch phrase as usual, “It’s a great day to be a Blue Jay.”