CENTRALIA — The No. 8 seed North Callaway Thunderbirds tumbled to 0-3 on the season after being pummeled by the top-seeded Salisbury Panthers 73-35 in the first round of the Centralia Tournament late Tuesday afternoon.
The Owls totaled a season-low in points in their 82-53 American Midwest Conference loss to the Eagles on Saturday.
Senior guard Verdis Lee Jr. logged a game-high 21 points as the Blue Jays bowed to the Panthers 73-62 in SLIAC play on Saturday.
The Lady Blue Jays finished 26 percent from the floor in a 50-40 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference loss to the Lady Panthers on Saturday.
William Woods sophomore center Kennedy Volkart’s career-high 21 points led all players in a 64-51 AMC win over the Williams Baptist Lady Eagles on Saturday.
O’FALLON — Sparked by six first-place individual showings, Fulton totaled 160.5 points to earn second place at the Fort Zumwalt North Tournament on Saturday. Warrenton scored 172 points to claim the team championship.
The Wildcats — seeded fourth in the Tipton Tournament — topped No. 3 Jamestown 54-42 in the third-place game on Saturday evening.
Seniors Ricky Dawson and Austin Wilson each netted a game-high 20 points to vault the top-seeded Hornets to a 80-76 overtime victory over the No. 2 Bobcats at the Montgomery County Tournament on Saturday night.
The No. 2 seeded Lady Wildcats were outscored 24-11 over the final eight minutes in falling to the top-seeded Cardinals 57-53 in the finals of the Tipton Tournament on Saturday.
Junior guard Sloane Totta netted a team-high 20 points as the Lady Hornets held off the Blair Oaks Lady Falcons 55-49 in their home opener on Monday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
Sophomore guard Nicole Horstman posted a game-high 17 points to spark the Lady Bulldogs to a 52-45 victory over the Montgomery County Lady Wildcats on Monday night.
Mike Emmons — who spent his entire 24-year career as a head coach at North Callaway — was honored with his induction into the Missouri Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Friday night at Tan-Tar-A Resort at the Lake of the Ozarks.
The Owls’ furious second-half rally came up a shot short in an American Midwest Conference 65-63 loss to the Trojans on Thursday night at Anderson Arena.
The No. 2 seed Lady Wildcats hit their final seven free throws, completing a 53-48 comeback victory over the third-seeded Lady Pirates in the semifinals of the Tipton Tournament on Thursday night.
The Ladybirds are still searching for their first win after fading late in a 60-51 loss to the Lady Indians on Friday night.
The Thunderbirds faltered in the fourth quarter and were outscored by the Indians 15-4 during that span in a 45-35 Friday night.
The top-seeded Hornets weathered early offensive struggles to position themselves in the finals of the Montgomery County Invitational Tournament.
Senior guard Dax Helsel tallied a game-high 15 points Friday night and the South Callaway Bulldogs opened Show-Me Conference play by easily throttling Tuscumbia 68-37.
Fulton's Brandt named MVP, Totta also chosen to all-tournament team
Fulton head coach TJ Quick didn’t want to bring up what happened last year.
Junior forwards Kellen Brondel and Matt Murphy scored 10 points points as the Blue Jays tumbled to the visiting Gorloks 71-53 in their SLIAC opener Wednesday night.