Junior midfielder Jordan McNamara produced a pair of goals in sparking the Lady Owls to a 6-0 win over the Stars on Saturday at Firley Field.
Junior midfielder Eileen Koppy scored a goal and assisted on three others to help the Lady Blue Jays blank the Lady Red Devils 6-0 in St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference action on Saturday at Westminster Field.
Freshman midfielder Dustin Seibolt tied a school record with four goals in the Blue Jays’ 16-0 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference dismantling of the Red Devils on Saturday at Westminster Field.
Senior quarterback Joe Plassmeyer threw for 432 yards and four touchdowns as the Blue Jays thumped the Eureka College Red Devils 30-3 in Upper Midwest Athletic Conference play on Saturday at Priest Field.
Freshman outside hitter Kate Pani posted a team-leading six kills in the Lady Hornets’ 25-9 and 25-19 North Central Missouri Conference loss to the Lady Pirates on Thursday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
Fulton finished with 59 points to earn a runner-up finish in the varsity boys’ standings at the Frank Lemons Invitational on Thursday.
The No. 3 seed North Callaway Ladybirds squeezed out just three hits in a season-ending 3-0 loss to the top-seeded Centralia Lady Panthers in the Class 2, District 11 softball championship Saturday at Hickman High School.
New Bloomfield senior Kelley twins set to play in Class 1 golf championships
When Brooke Kelley needed a caddy for her practice round at last year’s state golf championships at Sedalia Country Club, she didn’t have to look far. In fact, the answer was — sort of — looking her right in the face in the form of her twin sister, Ashley.
Armed with the ball and that trusty sidekick known as momentum, the Fulton Hornets were in prime position to tie the rival Mexico Bulldogs in the fourth quarter of Friday night’s Highway 54 Bowl.
Senior quarterback has 16 TDs in last four games
Trying to apply the appropriate adjective to characterize Troy Hentges’ play over the past month might mean digging deep into the dictionary.
The mud made a mess of the North Callaway Thunderbirds’ offensive intentions.
Friday's Callaway County high school football games
Take what they give you
KINGDOM CITY — If Wright City’s defense takes the risk, North Callaway head coach Kevin O’Neal likes the Thunderbirds’ chances for reward.
Highway 54 battle set for tonight
FULTON — After 18 years on the sideline, the yearly meetings between Fulton and rival Mexico have “all run together” for Hornets head coach Pat Kelley.
Dynamic Bulldog offense wants to pick up tempo
MOKANE — While the South Callaway Bulldogs’ offense is generating points at a blistering rate, head coach Tim Rulo expects to accelerate the process.
Kelly Ross scored the match’s only goal as the Lady Cougars handed the Lady Owls their first American Midwest Conference loss in a 1-0 decision Wednesday night at Firley Field.
Owls freshman goalkeeper Conor Cable denied all 10 shots on goal by the Cougars as the American Midwest Conference foes played to a scoreless, double-overtime tie Wednesday night at Firley Field.
Junior outside hitter Madison Dreste posted team highs of four kills and five digs in the Lady Hornets’ 25-9 and 25-14 loss to the Lady Mustangs on Tuesday night.
Host and No. 4 seed New Bloomfield (11-11) will face top-seeded Fatima in the Class 2, District semifinals at 6:30 tonight after their game was rained out Thursday.
Senior Kaitlyn Loucks was 4-for-4 with four runs batted in as the third-seeded Lady Bulldogs blanked the No. 6 Lady Bearcats 9-0 in the first round of the Class 2, District 10 Tournament on Wednesday night.