Freshmen Celia Mansour and Will Rushworth were tabbed as the American Midwest Conference female and male golfers of the Week, respectively, on Tuesday.
Junior Brier Skogsberg and freshmen Anna Houston and Logan Shoemaker garnered weekly St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference track and field acclaim Monday.
The Hornets used 10 walks and seven hits to coast to a 14-0 five-inning North Central Missouri Conference runaway win over the Owls on Tuesday night.
The visiting Lady Gorloks tallied the decisive run in the top of the eighth inning to upend the Lady Blue Jays 3-2 in the nightcap of Monday’s SLIAC doubleheader at Blue Jay Field.
The Hornets were blanked by the Colonels 9-0 at the high school athletic complex Tuesday night.
The Lady Owls registered two runs and eight hits in bowing to the Lady Lynx in both halves of an American Midwest Conference doubleheader on Monday.
Senior Terry Miles struck out seven over six innings in the Bulldogs’ 4-0 Show-Me Conference shutout of the Lions on Monday.
Senior James Ball notched a pair of relief victories as the Owls swept an American Midwest Conference twinbill with the Lynx on Saturday.
Freshman Anna Houston broke three school records and logged three top-five showings at the Central Methodist University Invitational on April 3.
Sophomore Luke Gray’s stifling stuff helped prop up a sparse offensive outing by the Fulton Hornets. Gray tossed a five-hit shutout in the Hornets’ 5-0 North Central Missouri Conference blanking of the Marshall Owls on Monday at the high school athletic complex.
Top-five finishes across the board, not surprisingly, led to corresponding team finishes for the Fulton and South Callaway boys’ track teams at the Fayette Relays.
The Lady Blue Jays’ winning streak stretched to four games on the strength of some hot hitting. Westminster College swept the Grinnell (Iowa) College Pioneers by scores of 9-5 and 10-8 in a non-conference doubleheader on Thursday.
The Lady Owls dipped back below .500 and suffered their first American Midwest Conference losses to the Lady Pirates on Friday.
The Owls’ four-game spurt was snapped in a narrow 2-1 American Midwest Conference loss to the Lynx on Friday.
The Blue Jays had just five hits as they were blanked by the Gorlok 10-0 in eight innings of their St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference series opener on Friday.
William Woods junior Rhett Cook and redshirt senior Madeline Emme each punched their tickets to the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championship with their showings at the Central Methodist University Invitational on Friday.
The Lady Blue Jays bowed to the Lady Gorlok 9-0 to begin St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play on Thursday.
The Blue Jays were blanked by the Panthers 9-0 in their St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener Wednesday.
The Lady Blue Jays stopped their three-game slide with a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader sweep of the Lady Tigers on Wednesday.
Two-out miscues dampened an otherwise encouraging performance by the Fulton Hornets baseball team. All the runs allowed by Fulton came with two outs as the Hornets bowed to the Kirksville Tigers 6-3 in a North Central Missouri Conference matchup Thursday night.
Junior Logan Taylor medalled with a score of 39 as the Bulldogs took second place in Monday’s season opener against host Montgomery County and Winfield.
The Thunderbirds exploded for 16 runs in the top of the first, demolishing the Indians 29-2 in five innings to open Eastern Missouri Conference play Tuesday night.
Sophomore Levi Gilman and freshman Nicole Emmons secured victories to direct the Thunderbirds and Ladybirds at the California Invitational last Friday.
Seniors Tucker Lane and Brady Wiler, and junior Clay Jensen each went 2-for-4 in the Wildcats’ 7-4 loss to the Eagles on Monday night.
Fulton outlasts Eldon in 14-9 victory
The Fulton Hornets’ offense helped overcome a bevy of fielding blunders. Despite committing an astounding 10 errors, Fulton snapped its four-game losing streak with a 14-9 defeat of the Eldon Mustangs on Tuesday night.
Sophomore Bennett Hager cleared a height of 12 feet, 6 inches to win the boys’ pole vault for the Bulldogs at the Westran Open on Monday. Hager posted the only win for both the South Callaway boys’ and girls’ squads.
The Lady Blue Jays dropped both ends of a non-conference road doubleheader to the Cornell (Iowa) College Rams on Sunday.
Senior Daniel Lindaman bested his previously-set school record in the 10,000-meter run by almost 40 seconds at the Washington University-St. Louis Invitational this past weekend.
The William Woods men and women each logged second-place team showings at the Central Methodist University Invitational this past weekend.
Six fielding errors plagued the Thunderbirds in a 13-1 five-inning loss to the Falcons in Monday’s home opener.
William Woods exploded for a two-game total of 29 hits to sweep an American Midwest Conference doubleheader from the Hornets on Sunday at at Backer Sports Complex.
Freshman Katie Warren collected a tournament record and finished first individually to help boost William Woods to its fourth consecutive Washington University Spring Invitational championship on Sunday.
The Golden Eagles scored a run in the bottom of the 15th inning, handing the Blue Jays their first SLIAC loss on Sunday.
The South Callaway Bulldogs used some opportunistic base running to score a non-conference triumph.
A blistering two-out rally prevented the William Woods University Lady Owls from wrapping up their spring-break trip with a doubleheader sweep. The Southeastern (Florida) University Fire plated five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning in stealing a 7-6 win over William Woods in Wednesday’s nightcap.
Junior center fielder Deion Hughes set a school record with his seventh career triple as the Blue Jays were edged by the Tigers 7-6 on Wednesday.
Junior catcher Derek Shikles was 2-for-3 with a double and a run batted in as the New Bloomfield Wildcats fell to the Blair Oaks Falcons 6-1 on Monday night.
The Blue Jays erupted for 17 hits, nine going for extra bases, in a dominating 17-6 romp over Elmhurst on Monday afternoon.
The North Callaway Thunderbirds stranded a pair of Fulton Hornet runners to preserve a season-opening win. The T-Birds outlasted the Hornets 7-6 on Monday at the high school athletic complex.
Junior Gage Oestreich was the low man for the Hornets, tallying a 48 in Fulton’s opening triangular with the Falcons and Pirates on Monday at Tanglewood Golf Course.
Sparked by six first-place showings, the William Woods men’s track and field squad began the outdoor season with a team title at the Culver-Stockton Wildcat Open on Saturday.
Freshman Anna Houston established four Lady Blue Jay program records, while three Blue Jays broke previously set school marks as Westminster began its outdoor season at the Culver-Stockton Wildcat Open on Saturday.
The Owls plated three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to complete an American Midwest Conference doubleheader sweep of the Eagles 3-0 on Saturday at Backer Sports Complex.
Westminster managed just four hits in being swept by the Kohawks in a doubleheader on Saturday at Blue Jay Field.
The William Woods Lady Owls used stout pitching and live bats to garner a doubleheader sweep. The Lady Owls outlasted West Virginia University Institute of Technology 7-4, while picking up a 2-0 win over the University of Northwestern Ohio on Monday.
The Blue Jays used an eight-run first inning to notch an 11-1 seven-inning triumph over the Hornets on Sunday.
Senior Terry Miles struck out five batters in a complete-game effort, powering the Bulldogs to a 12-1, five-inning season-opening triumph over the Panthers on Monday.
Fulton senior starter stifles New Bloomfield, scatters three hits in season-opening victory
NEW BLOOMFIELD — When asked to assess his team’s play in Friday’s season opener against the New Bloomfield Wildcats, Fulton Hornets head coach Darren Masek offered quick, high praise for the “outstanding” effort of his starter, senior Blake Thompson.
The Lady Blue Jays’ offense led the way to a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader sweep of the Lady Panthers on Wednesday.
William Woods edged out by No. 5 Bethel 62-61
The William Woods Lady Owls’ furious second-half comeback fell just seconds short of completion. Shamon Pearson’s go-ahead 3-pointer with 2 seconds capped off a wild final 20 minutes and lifted the No. 2-seed Bethel Lady Wildcats to a narrow 62-61 victory over the No. 7 Lady Owls in the first round of the 35th-annual NAIA National Tournament on Thursday at the Independence Events Center.