The Fulton Hornets didn’t need to review the entirety of their first loss of the season.
No. 9 Hannibal rushes for 471 yards, hands Fulton first loss
HANNIBAL — By the time the Fulton Hornets found their footing, the unbeaten, state-ranked Hannibal Pirates had already left them in the dust.
The Fulton Hornets and head coach Pat Kelley know perfectly well what — and who — stands in front of them next.
Senior back runs for 306 yards, scores five TDs as Fulton stays unbeaten
For a game that was grueling, physical and, at some points, antagonistic, Fulton senior running back Travis Dean sure did have a simple way of summing up his feelings afterward.
There’s an edge about the Fulton Hornets — a chip on their shoulder that’s carried them to a strong start.
Lost in Fulton’s surge to 3-0 has been the amount of reps — or lack thereof — that the Hornets’ first-team offense and defense needed to get there.
Fulton defense posts shutout, allows just 2 total yards to MMA
The Fulton Hornets offense exploded for another impressive number.
Fulton Hornets head coach Pat Kelley referred to tonight’s opponent — the Missouri Military Academy Colonels — as a bit of an unknown.
MEXICO — Sophomore Mason Gaines’ second-place finish paced the Fulton Hornets cross country team, which used three top-10 finishes to win the boys’ team championship at the Mexico Invitational on Saturday.
HALLSVILLE — New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats junior starter Madison Love used her bat to prop up her complete-game outing.
The Fulton Lady Hornets tennis team bowed to the Moberly Lady Spartans 9-0 to open North Central Missouri Conference play Thursday night at the high school athletic complex.
LAMONI, Iowa — Sophomore defender Conor Foxall’s scoring strike in the 51st minute put the William Woods University Owls soccer team in front to stay in a 3-1 season-opening victory over Graceland Saturday afternoon.
The William Woods University Lady Owls soccer team was unable to overcome a pair of first-half goals in a 2-0 season-opening loss to 23rd-ranked Missouri Valley College on Friday night at Firley Field.
Fulton buries Tigers under 35-point outburst
Keep this in mind when considering Fulton head coach Pat Kelley’s thoughts — in his 19th season at the helm — on the Hornets’ performance against the Versailles Tigers.
Senior setter Bailey Langworthy logged seven assists in the Ladybirds’ 25-16, 25-17 setback to the Lady Wildcats to start Eastern Missouri Conference play on Thursday.
Junior starter Taylor Wilson threw four scoreless innings and drove in the decisive runs in the Ladybirds’ 9-0 triumph over the Lady Indians in both team’s Eastern Missouri Conference opener on Thursday evening.
A focused effort helped the Fulton Lady Hornets volleyball team maintain their spotless start. Senior setter Kenzie Shaw’s 18 assists sparked the Lady Hornets to a 25-18, 25-18 victory over the Marshall Lady Owls to kickoff North Central Missouri Conference play on Thursday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
Sophomore starter Kendalyn Roesner pitched a complete game and drove in three runs as the Lady Hornets picked up their first win 9-3 over the Lady Owls to open North Central Missouri Conference play on Thursday.
Asked for a critique in an otherwise impressive 33-21, come-from-behind win against visiting School of the Osage to open the season, Fulton Hornets head coach Pat Kelley had one.
Senior first baseman Stephanie Davis’ 4-for-4, five-RBI eruption sparked the Lady Wildcats to a 13-2, five-inning win over the Shamrocks in Tuesday’s home opener.
The Lady Hornets committed six errors in bowing to the Lady Mustangs 8-2 on Tuesday.
The Lady Hornets opened the season on the losing end of a 9-0 North Central Missouri Conference shutout to the Lady Pirates on Monday at the high school athletic complex.
Senior outside hitter Bethany Bloss led the way for the Ladybirds in their straight-set season-opening loss to the Lady Indians on Monday.
Junior starter Madison Love crafted a one-hit shutout to power the Lady Wildcats’ 10-0 six-inning triumph over the Lady Tigers on Friday night.
The North Callaway Ladybirds needed a little time to get things going in Monday’s softball opener against the Sturgeon Bulldogs.
The Lady Hornets managed just five hits in bowing to the Trailblazers 13-3 in five innings to open the season on Monday at the high school athletic complex.
The Callaway County Cross Country meet originally scheduled for last Saturday will be run at 4 p.m. today at Fulton High School. The meet featuring all five local squads was postponed on Saturday due to excessive rainfall.
Had strong influence on Gilmore, Quick
One of Ryan Shaw and Justin Gilmore’s pre-game traditions had nothing to do with basketball.
Fulton breaks halftime tie by shutting out Osage in second half
Clayton Bristol says he averaged 42 yards per carry as an eighth-grade running back. Now a 250-pound senior defensive tackle, Bristol relived his ball-carrying days while putting an exclamation point on a tremendous second-half defensive effort by the Fulton Hornets.
A moment of silence was observed before Friday night's football opener for Fulton boys’ basketball coach Ryan Shaw, who died unexpectedly Friday afternoon in South Carolina.
Leaning back in his chair in the training room recently, Fulton Hornets head football coach Pat Kelley remembered a film session from three years ago.
Fulton set to open season at home vs. School of Osage
Fulton Hornets head coach Pat Kelley was in unfamiliar territory entering Friday night’s jamboree scrimmages.
Rod Haley put New Bloomfield High School baseball on the map. Now, the school is going to put his name on its field.
The Fulton Fins closed out their season collecting a staggering 108 medals at the Mid-Missouri Conference Swim Championships on Saturday, July 11.
New Bloomfield manages only three hits as Warriors win consecutive championships
O’FALLON — Grant Nichols was dealing with a mixed bag of emotions.
The New Bloomfield Wildcats and the Valle Catholic Warriors will have to wait a little longer to clash for the Class 2 state baseball championship. The title game — with first pitch scheduled for 1:30 this afternoon — has been pushed back to 4 p.m. due to excessive rainfall and thunderstorms in the St. Louis area.
New Bloomfield will face Valle Catholic for Class 2 championship this afternoon
O’FALLON — New Bloomfield Wildcats head coach Justin Forsythe didn’t panic as his team faced its first deficit of the state playoffs.
Pulling itself out of 0-6 hole, New Bloomfield has won 16 of its last 19
With the slip of his tongue, Brady Wiler coined a motto for the New Bloomfield Wildcats baseball team.
Hornets' Christensen takes seventh place in high jump
After a less than auspicious start, North Callaway senior Steven Coleman closed out the Class 3 track and field championships by setting new standards for both himself and the Thunderbirds.
New Bloomfield advances with 7-1 win over Scotland Co. in Class 2 quarterfinals
The postseason ride will continue for the New Bloomfield Wildcats. Next stop: about 80 miles east for the Class 2 state semifinals.
Play tonight at state-ranked Scotland Co. in quarterfinals
COLUMBIA — The last three weeks have featured the New Bloomfield Wildcats’ best brand of baseball this season, according to head coach Justin Forsythe.
Steven Coleman will look to cap off his senior campaign with positive returns at the Class 3 track and field championships.
Hornets senior Sam Christensen is on his way to the Class 4 championships after a second-place showing in the boys’ high jump at the Sectional 2 championships on Saturday at MICDS High School.
Wildcats sophomore Zain Culwell hopped 14 feet, 1 inch in the boys’ long jump at the Class 2 boys’ track and field championships on Saturday at Lincoln University’s Dwight T. Reed Stadium.
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.
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.
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.
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.