The Hornets dipped to 4-9 on the season after Thursday night’s 6-3 loss to the Trailblazers.
The Bulldogs created little offense with their six hits and committed four errors in falling to the Trailblazers 7-1 on Thursday night.
North Callaway senior guard Elaine Brinker will cap off her high school career when she takes part this weekend in the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association’s Missouri Challenge.
Paced by a pair of 45s from seniors Matt Henry and Austin Wilson, Fulton finished third in a triangular with Mexico and Fatima at Tanglewood Golf Course on Thursday.
Junior shortstop Grant Nichols had three extra-base hits and knocked in six runs to fuel a 15-hit attack as the Wildcats chalked up their first SMC victory 12-0 Thursday night.
Sophomore starter Alyson Hahn’s RBI double in the bottom of the eighth inning lifted the host Lady Blue Jays over the Lady Panthers 6-5 in the opener of Wednesday’s SLIAC doubleheader.
The No. 25 William Woods University Owls relied on a rousing rally to preserve their winning streak with Tuesday’s 8-7 non-conference victory over MidAmerica Nazarene (Kansas) University at Backer Sports Complex.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — The New Bloomfield Wildcats watched their four-game winning streak snapped after the Eugene Eagles rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh inning for a 7-6 win in Tuesday night’s SMC clash.
PALMYRA — The South Callaway Bulldogs golf team manufactured a 365 score to finish fourth out of eight teams in the Palmyra Tournament at Jackson Park Golf Course on Wednesday.
MACOMB, Ill. — With sophomores David Houlding and Matt Wells splitting the individual championship, the third-ranked William Woods University men's golf team came away with the team title at the Beu/Mussatto Invitational on Tuesday.
ST. LOUIS — The William Woods Univrsity Lady Owls needed a dramatic five-run comeback in the top of the seventh inning to pull out a 6-5 victory over Missouri Baptist University in the opener of Tuesday’s American Midwest Conference doubleheader.
WELLSVILLE — The North Callaway Thunderbirds rapped out a season-high 22 hits in Wednesday night’s 25-2 Eastern Missouri Conference dismantling of Wellsville in five innings.
Senior Steven Coleman locked up victories in the 100 and 200 meters, as well as the 110 and 300 hurdles to pace the North Callaway boys to a sixth-place finish at the Montgomery County Invitational on Monday.
Junior Logan Taylor tallied a 79 to post a second-place individual finish as South Callaway came in fifth out of 11 teams at the Centralia Invitational on Monday.
Sophomore starter Graysan Peneston threw a three-hitter and was one of three South Callaway players to drive in two runs as the Bulldogs throttled Hermann 11-1 in five innings Tuesday night.
The Hornets slipped to 4-8 on the season and 0-4 in the North Central Missouri Conference after Tuesday night’s 10-2 loss to the Owls at the high school athletic complex.
Fulton split its four dual matches in taking third place at the Marshall Invitational on Friday.
Sophomore Elizabeth Harrison racked up wins in four events to power the Missouri School for the Deaf girls as they came in third overall at the Belle Invitational on Thursday.
Senior shortstop Dax Helsel and sophomore first baseman Graysan Peneston both hit two-run home runs as the unbeaten South Callaway Bulldogs roughed up Russellville in an 11-0 SMC victory Thursday night.
Junior Gage Oestreich posted a 43 to steer Fulton to a triangular victory over Eugene and Russellville on Friday at Tanglewood Golf Course.
Fulton has won three in a row, six of its last eight
Fulton head coach Darren Masek and his Hornets baseball team have every reason to be pleased with their present position.
The Thunderbirds were plagued by six errors in Tuesday night’s 4-2 Eastern Missouri Conference loss to the unbeaten Hawks.
The Hornets broke into the win column behind their convincing 9-0 shutout of the Eagles on Tuesday.
South Callaway seniors Hannah Oberdiek and Sarah Jennings triumphed in the girls’ long jump and javelin throw, respectively, at the Northwest Invitational on Saturday.
Senior Sam Christensen won two events and senior Noah Given and sophomore Jared Eliuk supplied victories Saturday to direct the Fulton boys to a second-place team finish at the Blair Oaks Invitational.
VERSAILLES — Senior Hannah Oberdiek and freshman Adrian Mann each won events Thursday as the South Callaway girls' track and field team came in third overall at the Versailles Invitational.
MONTGOMERY CITY — New Bloomfield sophomore Gannon Withers shot a 2-over par 37 to collect medalist honors in Friday’s quad match with host Montgomery County, Silex and Wright City.
Senior Steven Coleman collected victories in four events Thursday in powering the North Callaway track and field team to a share of the boys’ team championship at the 28th-annual Missouri School for the Deaf Invitational in Fulton.
MOBERLY — The Fulton Hornets tennis team dropped five of six doubles matches in succumbing to the Moberly Spartans 9-3 in Friday’s North Central Missouri Conference encounter.
The William Woods University Lady Owls stopped their four-game losing streak in dramatic fashion.
The Westminster College Blue Jays tennis team tumbled to 1-7 on the season after Thursday’s 9-0 non-conference home loss to the Missouri Valley College Vikings (8-5) at the Elder Tennis Courts.
Cody Stewart’s mammoth display demolished Hannibal-LaGrange University.
MOKANE — In what proved to be a sharp pitching duel, the South Callaway Bulldogs benefitted from the North Callaway Thunderbirds’ defensive hiccup.
EUGENE — Steered by a pair of 41s from junior Logan Taylor and sophomore Blake Parker, the South Callaway Bulldogs golf team narrowly took first place in Thursday’s quad matchup at Redfield Golf Course.
The Hornets slipped to 0-3 on the season after dropping their North Central Missouri Conference opener to the Pirates 8-4 on Thursday night.
Senior Ridge Martin shot a 36 to guide New Bloomfield in a quad matchup with host Eugene, South Callaway and Fatima on Thursday at Redfield Golf Course.
BOWLING GREEN — The North Callaway Thunderbirds mustered just two hits in a 4-1 Eastern Missouri Conference loss to the Bowling Green Bobcats on Wednesday night.
Will Rushworth and Celia Mansour — a pair of William Woods University freshmen — were named the NAIA national men’s and women’s golfers of the week, respectively, on Wednesday.
OWENSVILLE — Senior Mason Shoemaker was victorious in the boys’ 100 and 200 meters to spur the South Callaway Bulldogs track and field team to a second-place finish at the Owensville Quad on Tuesday.
ELSAH, Illinois — The Westminster College Lady Blue Jays tennis team remained winless in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference at 0-3 after being blanked by the Principia College Lady Panthers on Tuesday.
Fulton also comes in fourth in girls' division
The proof of progress made here by the Fulton Hornets and Lady Hornets track and field teams was plain to see in the medal count. Senior Sam Christensen prevailed in both the boys’ high jump and 110-meter hurdles, and was part of Fulton’s winning 400 relay to help steer the Hornets to a second-place team finish at the Bowling Green Mini Medal meet Tuesday night.
Sophomore Gannon Withers carded a 44 to lead the Wildcats to their first victory of the season in Wednesday’s quad meet with host Hallsville, Missouri Military Academy and Harrisburg.
No matter the hue, the William Woods University men’s and women’s golf teams dominated their own WWU Spring Invitational.
AUXVASSE — Wright City broke the game open with a nine-run outburst in the top of the seventh inning Wednesday night, pulling away for a 15-5 Eastern Missouri Conference romp over the North Callaway Thunderbirds.
LINN — South Callaway broke a 4-all tie when two runs scored on senior second baseman Trevor Miller’s suicide squeeze bunt in the top of the seventh inning in the Bulldogs' 6-5 win over Linn in Tuesday night's Show-Me Conference opener.
Freshman Kate Pani prevailed in the girls’ 100 meters, high jump and long jump to guide the Lady Hornets at their own Fulton 9th/10th Grade Invitational on Tuesday.
Freshman starter Bre Logan threw a four-hitter in the nightcap and junior shortstop Shelby LeCuru doubled twice and drove in a run as the Lady Owls split Tuesday’s doubleheader with the Lady Pioneers.
Second game of doubleheader suspended due to darkness
The William Woods University baseball team was able to build on its winning streak, but nightfall prevented the Owls from adding to it.
Freshman Haydon Windsor was responsible for the Hornets’ lone win in Tuesday’s 8-1 season-opening loss to the visiting Indians.
The Blue Jays broke a 4-all tie with the Wolfpack by putting up three runs in the seventh and one in the eighth to halt their three-game losing streak 8-4 on Friday.