Will play Mexico for third place on Friday
The Fulton Hornets, despite owning a 9-7 edge in hits, fell to defending Class 3 state champion Fatima 6-4 in the semifinals of the 22nd-annual Fulton Tournament on Tuesday night at the high school athletic complex.
The Wildcats’ top four hitters combined to go 12-for-20 with 11 runs batted in and eight runs scored in Tuesday night’s Show-Me Conference demolition of the Hornets.
The Thunderbirds (8-14) dropped both of their games at the 22nd-annual Fulton Tournament on Tuesday, opening with a 12-7 loss to defending Class 3 state champion Fatima and then bowing to Moberly 6-4 at Westminster College.
Sophomore Reyna Schmauch and senior Erinn Bush were named the Eastern Missouri Conference distance runner and thrower of the year, respectively, as the Ladybirds came in fourth at the conference championships Tuesday.
The No. 7 seed Owls were limited to just six hits in their loss to the No. 2 Lions on Wednesday in the first round of the American Midwest Conference postseason tournament.
Junior David Houlding locked up individual honors with a 2-under 214 (74-67-73) to guide the third-ranked William Woods University Owls to their third straight American Midwest Conference men’s golf title Tuesday at Dalhousie Golf Course.
Senior catcher Derek Shikles hit a three-run home run in the top of the seventh inning to rally the Wildcats to the dramatic Show-Me Conference win over the Indians on Monday night.
The state-ranked Bulldogs managed only five hits and were roughed up by the Wildcats in Monday night’s non-conference loss.
The Hornets ended the regular season with a 9-10 record after Tuesday night’s non-conference loss to the Crusaders at the high school athletic complex.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Hornets won four of six singles matches in turning back the rival Bulldogs in Friday night’s North Central Missouri Conference victory.
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.
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.
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.
The South Callaway Bulldogs ganged up on Southern Boone’s generosity.
The Thunderbirds managed only four hits and stranded 10 baserunners, seven in scoring position, in Friday night’s non-conference loss to the Bulldogs.
Junior Isaac Franklin shot a 41 as the Hornets bowed to the rival Bulldogs in Thursday’s dual at Arthur Hills Golf Course.
A scarcity of offense snuffed out the state-ranked South Callaway Bulldogs’ spectacular surge.
Senior shortstop Clay Jensen scored the winning run on junior second baseman Zach Burton’s two-out single in the bottom of the sixth inning to lift the Wildcats to the Show-Me Conference win Thursday night.
The Hornets raised their season record to 4-7 with Thursday night’s convincing victory over the Trailblazers at the high school athletic complex.
The New Bloomfield Wildcats were limited to only three hits and had their six-game winning streak come to a halt in a 2-0 Show-Me Conference loss to Eugene on Tuesday night.
Wildcats junior Gannon Withers shot a 3-over par 75 to win the individual title at the Show-Me Conference championships Wednesday at Redfield Golf Course.
Boys golf results
Senior Logan Taylor carded a 75 to finish second individually as the Bulldogs came in third with a 345 team total at the Centralia Tournament on Monday.
Boys golf results
Freshman Erin Brady shot a season-low 41 as the Hornets placed third in a rescheduled quad meet with Fatima, Boonville and Mexico on Tuesday at Tanglewood Golf Course.
Track and field results
Sophomore Kate Pani prevailed in the long jump with a leap of 16 feet, 5 inches to guide the Lady Hornets at the School of the Osage Invitational on Tuesday.
Track and field results
Sophomore Reyna Schmauch won the 1,600 meters in 5 minutes, 42.33 seconds to direct the Ladybirds to a sixth-place finish at the Montgomery County Invitational on Tuesday.
Junior high track and field results
Eighth-grader Daelyn Schmauch was victorious in both the 800 (2 minutes, 40.74 seconds) and 1,600 (5:44.13) meters to pace the Ladybirds in their own North Callaway Thunderbird Junior Invitational on Monday.
Freshman shortstop Peyton Leeper delivered the pop at the plate and sophomore starter Kaden Helsel provided the punch on the mound.
The Fulton Hornets dropped to 2-4 on the season after Wednesday night’s non-conference home loss to the Liberty (Wentzville) Eagles.
South Callaway sophomore Kaden Helsel took second place in the 100 meters and came in third in both the 200 and long jump as the Bulldogs finished second as a team at the Show-Me Conference championships Tuesday night.
Sophomore Reyna Schmauch was victorious in both the 1,600 (5 minutes, 43.74 seconds) and 3,200 (12:26.46) meters to steer the Ladybirds to a second-place finish in their own North Callaway Thunderbird Invitational on Tuesday night.
Taylor tops South Callaway by taking second at Southern Boone Invite
Senior Logan Taylor took second place individually with an 82 to spark the South Callaway Bulldogs golf team to a third-place finish at the Southern Boone Invitational on Wednesday at Eagle Knoll Golf Club.
Junior Isaac Franklin medalled with a fifth-place score of 78 as the Hornets finished eighth in the large-school division at the Moberly Invitational on Tuesday at Heritage Hills Golf Course.
Junior catcher Wyatt Branson hit a pair of solo blasts to become the Thunderbirds’ career home run leader in Tuesday night’s Eastern Missouri Conference romp over the Hawks.
Hannibal delivered the winning run on a one-out single in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Pirates rallied past the Fulton Hornets 5-4 in a North Central Missouri Conference matchup Friday night.
The state-ranked Bulldogs advanced to the championship of the Montgomery County Tournament by dismantling the host Wildcats 15-8 and Clopton 17-1 in six and five innings, respectively, on Friday.
After logging their first victory of the season last week, the Hornets cracked the win column in North Central Missouri Conference play with Friday night’s triumph over the Spartans at the high school athletic complex.
The Ladybirds and Thunderbirds pulled off a pair of second-place finishes at the 28th-annual Missouri School for the Deaf Invitational on Thursday.
Freshman Wyatt Hager took second place in the pole vault at 10 feet, 6 inches as the Bulldogs came in fifth as a team at the Versailles Invitational on Thursday night.
AUXVASSE — The North Callaway Thunderbirds and Wellsville Tigers weren’t able to outlast the elements.
HALLSVILLE — The state-ranked New Bloomfield Wildcats managed only three hits and were crippled by five errors in Wednesday night’s 10-4 non-conference loss to the Hallsville Indians.
Sophomore Celia Mansour and junior Matt Wells directed the third-ranked Lady Owls and No. 4 Owls golf teams to a championship sweep in their own William Woods University Spring Invitational on Wednesday at Tanglewood Golf Course.
BOWLING GREEN — Sophomore Ammod Davis posted victories in the 100 and 200 meters to steer the Fulton Hornets track and field team to a third-place finish at the Bowling Green Mini Medal Invitational on Tuesday.
BOWLING GREEN — Sophomore Reyna Schmauch won the 3,200 meters and senior Bethany Bloss finished first in the shot put as the North Callaway Ladybirds track and field team came in third at the Bowling Green Mini Medal Invitational on Tuesday.
AUXVASSE — The North Callaway Thunderbirds roughed up the Louisiana Bulldogs 12-1 in a first-round game in the Montgomery County Tournament on Wednesday afternoon.
LINN — Senior catcher Derek Shikles’ three-run home run punctuated a five-run uprising in the top of the sixth inning as New Bloomfield tripped Linn 7-2 in a state-ranked clash between Wildcats on Tuesday night.
Fulton senior starter Tristan Steffens showed off his typical tenacity in taming the Marshall Owls.