Fulton Sun Sports


T-Birds hold off Wright City in EMO victory

WRIGHT CITY — The North Callaway Thunderbirds connected on 4-of-8 free throws in the final 40 seconds to outlast the Wright City Wildcats for a 56-53 Eastern Missouri Conference triumph Tuesday night.

Wildcats race past Chamois in SMC romp

NEW BLOOMFIELD — Five players were featured in double figures and the New Bloomfield Wildcats outscored the Chamois Pirates 27-9 in the second quarter of Tuesday night’s 79-52 Show-Me Conference blitz.

Dawson drives Fulton comeback

Senior guard hits decisive free throws with :05.3 left in 58-56 NCMC win at Marshall

Senior guard Ricky Dawson saved his best play for the final 8 minutes in the Fulton Hornets’ comeback victory.

MSD boys bow to Malta Bend

The Eagles’ losing streak reached three games after a 48-39 home loss to the Tigers on Monday night.

No. 9 New Bloomfield girls move past Chamois in SMC finale

The state-ranked Lady Wildcats outscored the Lady Pirates 18-7 in the third quarter to 48-38 prevail in their Show-Me Conference finale Tuesday night.

Arrowood, Mann lift South Callaway girls past Wellsville

A productive first quarter vaulted the Lady Bulldogs to a 60-29 non-conference rout of the Lady Tigers on Tuesday night.

Hornets can't keep up with top-ranked Tolton

Fulton bows 67-38 in Southern Boone title tilt

Fulton Hornets head coach Ryan Shaw made a brief, yet telling, assessment of his team’s performance against the top-ranked Father Tolton Trailblazers. “They’re better than we are,” Shaw said. “This one was pretty simple.”

Late spurt allows Lady Hornets to notch NCMC victory over Marshall

The Fulton Lady Hornets used opportune free-throw shooting to avoid another second-half letdown.

North Callaway girls use defense to top EMO foe Wright City

The Ladybirds allowed a season-low point total in cruising to a 55-16 Eastern Missouri Conference win over the Lady Wildcats on Monday.

New Bloomfield boys clipped by Novinger

New Bloomfield was outscored 23-15 in the final quarter to fall to Novinger 72-66 in a battle of the Wildcats on Saturday at MACC in Moberly.

No. 19 Lady Owls split opening doubleheader

The No. 19 William Woods Lady Owls closed out their opening series with a wild 10-8 loss to the Oklahoma Wesleyan Lady Eagles on Saturday.

No. 25 Owls claim series win over Christian Brothers

William Woods suffered its first loss of the season, dropping the backhalf of a doubleheader to the NCAA Division II Christian Brothers University Bucs 3-1 on Sunday.

Westminster men blow by Blackburn

The Blue Jays scored 29 points off 23 Beaver turnovers in posting a 61-44 SLIAC triumph on Saturday.

William Woods men slip to No. 4 Freed-Hardeman

Junior DJ Johnson tied the game-high with 20 points as the Owls bowed to the No. 4-ranked Lions 78-62 in American Midwest Conference play on Saturday.

William Woods women fall to No. 1 Freed-Hardeman

Sophomore center Kennedy Volkart’s perfect day from the field couldn’t lift the Owls past the top-ranked Lady Lions 70-55 in AMC play on Saturday

William Woods' Sanders qualifies for NAIA National Championships

Lady Owls senior Lee Anna Sanders secured her spot at the NAIA Indoor National Championships with her performance at the Jim Green Invitational on Saturday.

Westminster’s Njie resets 200-meter record at Jim Green Invite

Lady Blue Jays senior Nyima Njie, again, established the school’s 200-meter dash record at the Jim Green Invitational on Saturday.

Hornets clip No. 7 California in Southern Boone semifinals

Fulton met top-ranked Father Tolton for title Saturday night

Facing their third state-ranked team in as many Friday nights, the Fulton Hornets finally broke through with a signature victory. No. 3 seed Fulton toppled the No. 2 California Pintos — ranked No. 7 in Class 3 — in a 69-58 semifinal win at the Southern Boone Classic.

South Callaway boys top SMC foe Fatima

Senior guard Cory Hanger directed four players in double figures and the Bulldogs kept themselves in contention for a Show-Me Conference title with Thursday night’s 77-66 win over the Comets.

North Callaway boys bow to Elsberry

The Thunderbirds erased an early 14-point deficit but couldn’t complete a late comeback in Friday night’s 61-53 Eastern Missouri Conference loss to the Indians.