New Bloomfield prevails behind free-throw shooting in fourth quarter
The state-ranked New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats showed they were deserving of the premier billing.
No. 5 seed North Callaway scores game's first 18 points, dumps No. 2 Bowling Green
The North Callaway Ladybirds proved that projections sometimes mean very little.
No. 9 Moberly roughs up Fulton in 86-57 NCMC rout
After consecutive crushing road defeats to state-ranked teams, Fulton head coach Ryan Shaw has little doubt that he has the undivided eyes and ears of his Hornets.
Fulton hits 12-of-14 from line in fourth quarter to clinch NCMC victory
Shackled by shooting difficulties in their offensive sets, the Fulton Lady Hornets profited from what was freely made available. Fulton outscored Moberly 21-11 in the fourth quarter, making 12-of-14 free throws during that span, as the Lady Hornets turned back the Lady Spartans 57-48 in a North Central Missouri Conference win Friday night.
The No. 3 seed Lady Bulldogs were outscored by the No. 5 Lady Coyotes 22-12 in the second half of Friday night’s 39-30 loss in the third-place game of the 31st-annual Sturgeon Tournament.
The No. 2 seed Bulldogs moved on to a much-anticipated showdown in the championship after fending off the No. 3 Trojans 73-61 in Thursday night’s semifinals.
Freshman guard Kaden Helsel logged a game-high 19 points in the top-seeded Bulldogs’ 61-32 win over the No. 7 Thunderbirds in Saturday’s fifth-place game of the Montgomery County Tournament.
The Owls went 4-of-6 from the free-throw line in the final 21 seconds of their 65-62 American Midwest Conference win over the Trojans on Thursday night.
Owls senior Nick Zink and junior Alex Smith both qualified for the NAIA indoor championships with their respective performances Friday.
Junior Jesse Edwards and senior Daniel Lindaman earned top-10 showings for the Blue Jays in the men’s 3,000 meters at the Principia Relays on Friday.
Charles Tyrone Webb, 41 of Fulton, was arrested for possession of Marijuana and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia on Friday morning, according to a Fulton Police Department press release.
William Woods closed out its Emerging Talent High School Show Thursday night with a reception and recognition of the winners. Read about more about the artwork and what inspired it.
A former branch manager of a Fulton company was sentenced in federal court this week for a $576,000 mortgage fraud and embezzlement scheme. She pleaded guilty in 2013.
Junior guard Braden Shramek supplied a game-high 17 points, lifting the seventh-seeded North Callaway Thunderbirds to a 57-51 consolation semifinal victory over No. 6 Van-Far Indians at the 90th-annual Bowling Green Tournament on Thursday night.
The Lady Owls registered a 42-31 scoring advantage in the second half of their 75-66 AMC victory over the Lady Trojans on Thursday night.
St. Peter Catholic School forms school-wide living rosary in celebration of National Catholic Schools Week
St. Peter Catholic School formed a living rosary Wednesday morning after mass in honor of National Catholic Schools Week. Click to see photos.
The Missouri Senate voted 31-3 this morning to reject pay raises proposed last November by the Missouri Citizens Compensation Committee.
New Bloomfield, South Callaway students participate in Making Our Mark II program
South Callaway and New Bloomfield high school students worked together to learn about tobacco use and how it affects people. The program, Making Our Mark II, is an initiative of the Tobacco Free Missouri Youth Advocacy Board. Read more about the program and what the students thought.
A former branch manager of a central Missouri title company will serve two years and six months without parole for mortgage fraud and embezzlement.
STURGEON — The state-ranked, top-seeded New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats straightened out their shooting issues in the second half, giving themselves a chance to contend for a championship.