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Hornets pick apart Mexico in 5-1 win

None of their hits were particularly noteworthy, but the Fulton Hornets were decisive in dictating their duel with Mexico pitchers Dalton Logerman and Steven Smith.

Prep Baseball: North Callaway 7, Sturgeon 6

The Thunderbirds broke a 5-all tie by tallying two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to edge the Bulldogs in Friday night’s non-conference triumph.

Fulton boys take title in own Don Dobson Invite

Track and field results

Sophomore Mason Gaines posted first-place finishes in both the 1,600 (4 minutes, 49 seconds) and 3,200 (10:31) meters to steer the Hornets to the championship of their annual Don Dobson Invitational on Friday.

Lady Bulldogs finish fourth in own South Callaway Relays

Track and field results

Sophomore Kaci Jordan took second place in the triple jump (32 feet, 4 inches) as the Lady Bulldogs came in fourth in their own South Callaway Relays on Friday.

Boys’ Tennis: Fulton 7, Mexico 5

The Hornets won four of six singles matches in turning back the rival Bulldogs in Friday night’s North Central Missouri Conference victory.

T-Birds wrap up EMO win over Wellsville

The North Callaway Thunderbirds finished off a suspended game with Wellsville by handing the Tigers their first Eastern Missouri Conference loss 11-5 on Wednesday night.

Westminster sweeps Blackburn (Ill.) in softball doubleheader

The Westminster Lady Blue Jays improved to 18-15 overall and 11-5 in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference after sweeping the Lady Beavers, 13-6 and 8-0, in Tuesday night’s home doubleheader.

William Woods splits softball doubleheader with Central Methodist

The WWU Lady Owls took the lead for good by tallying two runs in the top of the fifth inning in the 5-3 nightcap victory to force a split with the No. 21 Lady Eagles in Tuesday night’s regular-season finale.

No. 9 Bulldogs exploit Southern Boone miscues

The South Callaway Bulldogs ganged up on Southern Boone’s generosity.

Prep Baseball: Mexico 6, North Callaway 2

The Thunderbirds managed only four hits and stranded 10 baserunners, seven in scoring position, in Friday night’s non-conference loss to the Bulldogs.

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