New Bloomfield senior forward Ashley Kelley knocked down 25 points to power a balanced scoring attack as the Lady Wildcats toppled Belle in a 73-50 non-conference win Thursday night.
MALTA BEND — Junior guard Joseph Allen connected for a game-high 12 points and the Missouri School for the Deaf Eagles rallied in the fourth quarter to slip past the Malta Bend Tigers 38-35 on Thursday night.
Few shots fell for the William Woods University Lady Owls in a 52-43 American Midwest Conference loss to the 23rd-ranked Lyon (Arkansas) College Lady Scots on Thursday night at Anderson Arena.
INDIANOLA, Iowa — The Westminster College Blue Jays shot just 33 percent as a team in Wednesday night's 70-52 non-conference loss to Simpson College.
The William Woods University Owls shot a dismal 33 percent as a team and trailed by 19 points at halftime in falling to the 10th-ranked Freed-Hardeman (Tennessee) University Lions in Tuesday night’s 74-53 AMC loss at Anderson Arena.
The William Woods University Lady Owls’ seven-game winning streak came to an abrupt end Tuesday night when they suffered their first AMC loss to the No. 1-ranked Freed-Hardeman (Tennessee) University Lady Lions 91-58 at Anderson Arena.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Senior forward Benson Goodwin registered a team-high 13 points and eight rebounds as the Missouri School for the Deaf Eagles held on for Tuesday night’s 39-37 victory over the New Bloomfield Wildcats' junior varsity.
KINGDOM CITY — The Van-Far Indians spoiled the North Callaway Thunderbirds’ Eastern Missouri Conference opener by outscoring them 12-5 in the second overtime of Tuesday night's 81-74 loss.
MOKANE — South Callaway freshman point guard Adrian Mann produced a team-high 15 points to guide the Lady Bulldogs to a 45-40 non-conference win over Jamestown on Tuesday night.
Senior forward scores game-high 27 as Fulton remains perfect on season
Devin Gibson doesn’t usually have trouble finding shots, according to Fulton Hornets head coach Ryan Shaw. The Fulton senior forward recorded his second straight double-double, totaling game highs of 27 points and 15 rebounds as the Hornets stayed unbeaten with an 86-69 North Central Missouri Conference triumph over the Boonville Pirates on Tuesday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
Unbeaten Boonville rallies from 15-point deficit, hands Fulton first loss
The Fulton Lady Hornets had to be in a state of euphoria as they entered the break in their showdown against the Boonville Lady Pirates. Both Fulton and Boonville brought unbeaten marks into Tuesday night’s North Central Missouri Conference clash at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium. The Lady Hornets were the more impressive team in the first half, governing play on both offense and defense as they crafted a 15-point halftime lead.
New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats head coach Brett Craighead thought his team could have guarded the Bunceton Lady Dragons a little better. Still, New Bloomfield’s defense was plenty effective in dispatching Bunceton 43-27 on Monday night.
Senior guard Elaine Brinker tallied 10 points as the Ladybirds triumphed over the Lady Indians 57-39 in their Eastern Missouri Conference opener on Monday night.
Sophomore forward Konnor Arrowood logged a game-high 19 points, but the Lady Bulldogs fell to the Lady Indians 52-38 on Monday night.
Junior guard Grant Nichols’ game-high 24 points keyed the Wildcats to an 80-46 win over the Dragons on Monday night.
Junior guard Joseph Allen tallied 10 points in directing the Eagles past the Jackrabbits 31-29 for their first win of the season on Saturday at the Sunflower Classic.
Three double-digit scorers and a 49 percent shooting clip sparked Westminster to a 72-64 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference win over the Blackburn Beavers on Saturday at Westminster Gym.
Junior forward DJ Johnson logged game highs of 23 points and 10 rebounds as the Owls downed the Indians 86-70 on Saturday.
Sophomore guard Andrea Zalis’ double-double vaulted the Lady Blue Jays to an 82-62 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference triumph over the Lady Beavers on Saturday.
Four finish in double figures as Fulton ups its record to 5-0
Fulton head coach Ryan Shaw’s assessment of the Hornets’ performance against the Marshall Owls sounds boastful. But that doesn’t make it any less true. “I don’t think there’s any aspect of this game that we didn’t dominate tonight,” Shaw said. “That sounds arrogant, but it’s a fact.”