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Lady Owls volleyball team prevails in AMC opener

Freshman setter Brittney Engelbrecht posted a double-double as the William Woods University Lady Owls volleyball team opened American Midwest Conference play with a 25-17, 25-19, 25-23 win over Williams Baptist (Arkansas) College on Friday night at Anderson Arena.

Lady Blue Jays soccer team succumbs at Simpson

INDIANOLA, Iowa — Sophomore goalkeeper Ellen Woolsey saved two shots in the Westminster College Lady Blue Jays’ 1-0 loss to Simpson College on Friday night.

Lady Owls soccer team shut out by Missouri Valley

MARSHALL — The William Woods University Lady Owls managed just three shots on goal in falling to the Missouri Valley College Lady Vikings 4-0 on Friday night.

Lady Hornets volleyball team downs Osage

Fulton extends win streak to three

Senior setter Kat Berry handed out 10 assists as the Fulton Lady Hornets ran their winning streak to three matches with a 25-20, 25-14 win over the School of the Osage Lady Indians on Thursday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.

Lady Eagles bow to Kansas School for Deaf

Sophomore Madonna Moore led the host Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles with 10 service points in their 25-13, 25-8 and 25-18 loss to Kansas School for the Deaf on Saturday.

Lady Wildcats tumble to Eugene in SMC loss

EUGENE — Sophomore Kate Baxter and freshman Madi Craighead both went 2-for-3 in the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats’ 5-2 Show-Me Conference loss to the Eugene Lady Eagles on Thursday night.

Lady Bulldogs battle past Bowling Green

MOKANE — Senior right fielder Emily Caldwell drove in the winning run in the bottom of the fifth inning of the South Callaway Lady Bulldogs’ 2-1 win over the Bowling Green Lady Bobcats on Friday.

Ladybirds tripped by flat offense in Hickman loss

AUXVASSE — The North Callaway Ladybirds had just four hits and left six runners on base in a 4-1 loss to the Hickman Lady Kewpies on Saturday.

Hornets' Gaines takes 16th at Fulton Invite

Fulton senior Grant Gaines paced all Callaway County runners with a 16th-place time in the 29th-annual Fulton Invitational on Saturday morning at the high school athletic complex.

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Families roll, read down the Katy Trail

Parents as Teachers hosts reading, exercise event for South Callaway school district families

Families walked, ran, pushed a stroller and biked one mile on the Kathy Trail, while occasionally stopping to read a book, as part of the Parents as Teachers roll and read event.

Callaway commission, county fire districts reach agreement on communications

The Callaway County Commission and the county fire protection districts have reached a tentative agreement over the purchase and funding of a new simulcast communication system.

Bush works on instructional strategies to improve student performance

Bush Elementary School Principal Lynne Engle said her staff has already started working on ways to better implement new instructional strategies as they work to improve student performance in 2014-15.

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Remembering ‘Super’ Sam Santhuff

“Super” Sam Santhuff wore a red cape sporting the Superman symbol as he went to St. Louis Children’s Hospital on Oct. 1, 2013 for his first chemotherapy treatment. Sam, 6, emulated the superheroes he looked up to as he battled cancer, a fight which ended. Sam died early in the morning on Friday, Sept. 19.

Defensive, special-teams TDs energize No. 3 'Dogs

Defensive and special-teams scores aren’t a given, so the state-ranked South Callaway Bulldogs certainly have to be enjoying this embarrassment of riches.

T-Birds use balance to take down Tigers

On his scale of satisfaction, this one rated an 11 for North Callaway head coach Kevin O’Neal.

Hornets fall to Owls in NCMC shootout

Fulton's three-game win streak comes to end

With his team in a 28-all tie with the Marshall Owls at halftime, Fulton head coach Pat Kelley gave it to the Hornets straight.

Friday, Sept. 19, high school football scores

Friday night's Callaway County high school football scores

North Callaway board reviews district performance

The focus was on student performance at Thursday night’s meeting of the North Callaway School Board at Hatton-McCredie Elementary School.

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South Callaway students' MAP scores show improvement

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.

New Bloomfield R-III School District may have engineer perform facility assessment

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.

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