The Blue Jays extended their season-high winning streak to eight games and picked up a series sweep with its 13-9 SLIAC triumph over the Tigers on Sunday.
A stifling showing by the William Woods Owls has them in a first-place tie for the American Midwest Conference regular season championship.
The third-seeded Wildcats logged single runs in the seventh and eighth innings to complete a 5-4 comeback victory over the No. 4 Pintos in the championship game of the the New Bloomfield-Calvary Lutheran Tournament on Saturday.
The Hornets allowed eight runs to the state-ranked Comets in the final two innings of a 9-5 non-conference loss on Monday at the high school athletic complex.
Senior starter Terry Miles threw a four-hit, complete-game in the Bulldogs’ 13-2, five-inning Show-Me Conference win over the Eagles on Monday.
An early blast gave the North Callaway Thunderbirds just the boost they needed to halt their recent skid.
Administrative Hearing Commissioner recommends Clean Water Commission sustain operating permit for Callaway County hog farm
A Missouri Administrative Hearing Commissioner decided Friday that the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) was correct in issuing an operational permit to Callaway Farrowing, LLC — the company that will bring a 10,000-hog farm to the Kingdom City area. The case, presided over by Commissioner Karen A. Winn, closed Monday, according to online case information.
The American Red Cross of Central and Northern Missouri will honor “Super” Sam Santhuff and a Fulton couple as good samaritans during its Annual Heroes Breakfast today at the Capital West Event Center. David Griffith, executive director, said the selection committee voted unanimously for both.
Mark Aungerer, according to a police department press release, was identified as the suspect in a Fulton house fire Monday. He was arrested and taken to the Callaway County Jail.
Sophomore Elizabeth Harrison racked up wins in four events to power the Missouri School for the Deaf girls as they came in third overall at the Belle Invitational on Thursday.
Junior Gage Oestreich posted a 43 to steer Fulton to a triangular victory over Eugene and Russellville on Friday at Tanglewood Golf Course.
Fulton split its four dual matches in taking third place at the Marshall Invitational on Friday.
Lady Hornets freshman Kate Pani prevailed in the girls’ long jump — Fulton’s only first-place finish — at the McCush Relays on Friday.
Senior shortstop Dax Helsel and sophomore first baseman Graysan Peneston both hit two-run home runs as the unbeaten South Callaway Bulldogs roughed up Russellville in an 11-0 SMC victory Thursday night.
William Woods University junior Rhett Cook won the men’s400 meters and senior Nick Zink finished second at the University of Central Missouri Mule Relays on Friday.
The host Lady Blue Jays managed just four hits combined in dropping a non-conference doubleheader to the Lady Bears on Friday.
Sophomore designated player Beth Begemann’s 3-for-3 effort helped the Owls clip the Lady Lions 5-3 and salvage an AMC doubleheader split Friday.
The Blue Jays pushed their winning streak to five games with a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference sweep of the Beavers on Thursday at Saucier Field.
The William Woods University Owls’ hunt for an American Midwest Conference regular-season title stayed alive thanks to a pair of closely-contested wins.
It's been nearly a month since Fulton Middle School students participated in what Superintendent Jacque Cowherd has called an "inappropriate survey," in which students self-identified with sensitive topics regarding sexual orientation, religion, abuse and more. Following Wednesday's Fulton Public Schools Board of Education meeting in which parents expressed their concerns, entities continue to search for ways to prevent another "Claim It" situation and improve various aspects of the district.