William Woods University senior Nick Zink and juniors Gabriel Dos Santos and Rhett Cook watched their season end Friday after they failed to qualify for the finals at the NAIA outdoor national championships.
Houlding adds second-place individual finish
The William Woods University men’s golf team couldn’t quite catch the College of Coastal Georgia, but the Owls still came away with their best-ever finish.
South Callaway senior completes tough recovery from broken leg
You had to see this one coming — it ended the only way a Cinderella story could. With Hannah Oberdiek attempting to pull off the most unlikely of comebacks, there was a sense the South Callaway senior wasn’t going to be denied a second straight state title in the Class 2 girls’ long jump.
After sailing to her second consecutive state title in the Class 2 girls’ long jump, South Callaway senior Hannah Oberdiek played a role in helping the Lady Bulldogs earn their other medal.
Fulton head football coach Pat Kelley and his staff of assistants will conduct a camp during the first two weeks of June for prospective players entering grades 7-12 this fall.
The South Callaway Bulldogs — winners of the Class 3, District 8 title — will travel to the District 7 champion Palmyra Panthers for a sectional game at 3 p.m. Monday.
Six games into the season, first-year New Bloomfield Wildcats baseball coach Justin Forsythe was winless and questioning his own skills.
Houlding makes amazing climb, lands in fifth place
The William Woods University Owls golf team stayed stationary but still lost some ground to the leader, while trying to hold off a tight pack.
South Callaway will play at Bowling Green or Palmyra in sectional matchup on Monday
Graysan Peneston knew it was a matter of when — not if — he would be called upon.
Postponed championship to be played tonight at South Callaway
NEW BLOOMFIELD — New Bloomfield set the stage for an all-Show-Me Conference showdown between Wildcats for the Class 2, District 8 title.
The third-ranked William Woods men’s golf team is sitting pretty and has a share of first place after the first round of the NAIA golf championships on Tuesday at the LPGA International Hills Course.
Hornets freshman Haydon Windsor’s bowed in straight sets to Mexico’s Jackson Crow at the Class 1, Sectional 4 individual championships on Tuesday.
The second-seeded Bulldogs erupted for nine runs over the final two innings in rolling to an 11-1 five-inning Class 3, District 8 triumph over the No. 6 Panthers on Tuesday night.
Bulldogs junior Logan Taylor trimmed three shots off his opening-round effort in the final 18 holes of the Class 2 state championships on Tuesday at Rivercut Golf Course.
New Bloomfield Wildcats sophomore Gannon Withers utilized a strong finishing kick to pick up some state hardware.
Blue Jays juniors Tyler Branneky and Will Miller each received D3Baseball.com All-Central Region second-team recognition as a position player and pitcher, respectively.
Missouri School for the Deaf senior Benson Goodwin and freshman Elizabeth Harrison both failed to qualify for the Class 1 state championships in their respective events at Saturday’s Sectional 1 championships at MICDS High School.
Junior Madi Tobias was Fulton’s lone sectional qualifier after taking second place in the girls’ high jump at 4 feet, 10 inches, in Saturday’s Class 4, District 4 championships at Parkway Central High School.
North Callaway senior Steven Coleman cruised on to sectional competition by winning the boys’ 100 and 200 meters, and 110 and 300 hurdles in Saturday’s Class 3, District 4 championships at Centralia High School.
The South Callaway Lady Bulldogs track and field team possesses the numbers again to pursue a top finish in Class 2.