William Woods swept the host Lady Bruins 26-24, 26-24 and 25-23 to close out opening play at the Bellevue College Tournament on Friday night.
Westminster sophomore midfielder Tripp Sheehan logged the Blue Jays’ only goal in their 3-1 season-opening loss to the Culver-Stockton Wildcats on Friday night.
Fulton senior goalkeeper Craig Latty came up with two crucial saves and the Hornets soccer team turned back the Mexico Bulldogs 2-1 on penalty kicks in their North Central Missouri Conference opener Thursday night.
Fulton head coach Pat Kelley wasn’t wild about the six penalties for 53 yards that his Hornets racked up Friday night against the Versailles Tigers.
The state-ranked South Bulldogs dismantled an overwhelmed opponent for the second straight week. Senior quarterback Troy Hentges threw two touchdown passes and also ran for a score Friday night as South Callaway — ranked No. 4 in Class 2 — slammed the Southern Boone Eagles in a 52-10 blitz.
Cole Branson runs for score, throws three TD passes to brother Wyatt
For a North Callaway offense that staggered into halftime without any points, a meager 89 net yards and a quarterback gathering grass stains, the contrast was striking.
The man who admitted to the fatal shooting of a 6-year-old Fulton boy used a stolen handgun, according to court records.
Jerry Sorte begins day two of his role as Fulton’s assistant director of administration today. He and his family — a wife and two young children — traveled more than 2,000 miles from Salem, Oregon to Fulton so Sorte could take over the position.
FULTON — Though the Fulton Hornets are eager for their home opener, head coach Pat Kelley said his team is thankful just to have another opportunity to redeem itself.
KINGDOM CITY — This may not be one of those powerful Tipton Cardinals football teams of recent memory, but that doesn’t matter to Kevin O’Neal.
South Callaway, Southern Boone to meet
MOKANE, Mo. — Tim Rulo and Trent Tracy are more than just casual coaching acquaintances.
A man living with a mother and son in Fulton admitted to authorities that he shot the son, 6-year-old Dayne Hathman, multiple times early Thursday morning.
The Hornets opened up their season with a 30-0 road loss to the Centralia Panthers on Thursday.
Lady Wildcats senior Brooke Kelley medaled with a score of 46 while sister Ashley Kelley shot a 48 to earn runner-up honors in New Bloomfield’s one-stroke loss to the Lady Eagles on Wednesday at Redfield Golf and Country Club. It was the Lady Wildcats’ first match of the season after Tuesday’s season-opening duel against Osage at Dogwood Hills was rained out.
Senior middle hitter Madison Murphy had seven kills and blocked seven shots in the Lady Hornets’ three-set loss to the Lady Owls to open North Central Missouri Conference play on Thursday.