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Hornets experience another humbling loss

No. 9 Moberly roughs up Fulton in 86-57 NCMC rout

After consecutive crushing road defeats to state-ranked teams, Fulton head coach Ryan Shaw has little doubt that he has the undivided eyes and ears of his Hornets.

South Callaway boys take fifth at Montgomery County JV tournament

Freshman guard Kaden Helsel logged a game-high 19 points in the top-seeded Bulldogs’ 61-32 win over the No. 7 Thunderbirds in Saturday’s fifth-place game of the Montgomery County Tournament.

WWU’s Smith, Zink earn bids to NAIA national meet

Owls senior Nick Zink and junior Alex Smith both qualified for the NAIA indoor championships with their respective performances Friday.

Westminster logs four top-10 finishers at Principia Relays

Junior Jesse Edwards and senior Daniel Lindaman earned top-10 showings for the Blue Jays in the men’s 3,000 meters at the Principia Relays on Friday.

Shramek, T-Birds down Van-Far at Bowling Green Tournament

Junior guard Braden Shramek supplied a game-high 17 points, lifting the seventh-seeded North Callaway Thunderbirds to a 57-51 consolation semifinal victory over No. 6 Van-Far Indians at the 90th-annual Bowling Green Tournament on Thursday night.

William Woods women extend win streak to seven games

The Lady Owls registered a 42-31 scoring advantage in the second half of their 75-66 AMC victory over the Lady Trojans on Thursday night.

Westminster women top Principia for fourth win in a row

Junior guard Kasey Gatson’s 16 points sparked the host Lady Blue Jays to a 61-50 SLIAC triumph over the Lady Panthers on Tuesday night.

South Callaway girls outlast New Franklin in overtime to open Sturgeon Tourney

No. 3 seed South Callaway outscored No. 6 New Franklin 9-5 in overtime in a 47-43 clash between Lady Bulldogs in first-round play at the 31st-annual Sturgeon Tournament on Monday night.

Six Westminster football players earn academic all-UMAC recognition

Six Blue Jays were recently named to the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference academic all-conference team.

State-ranked Lady Wildcats top Westran to open Sturgeon Tourney

Brett Craighead wanted to see how his New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats responded to high expectations. So far, he has to like what he sees. State-ranked New Bloomfield — the No. 1 seed in the 31st-annual Sturgeon Tournament — secured a 47-27 first-round victory over the No. 8 Westran Lady Hornets on Monday night.

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