Inductees honored during ceremony Friday night
KINGDOM CITY — A pair of sisters, part of three valedictorians. Two teammates. A husband and wife.
KINGDOM CITY — North Callaway High School is preparing to celebrate its history of athletic standouts.
Face host Eagles at Southern Boone Classic tonight
ASHLAND — The Fulton Hornets persevered in a late-night marathon.
MEXICO — The North Callaway Thunderbirds suffered their first loss in school history to the Missouri Military Academy Colonels 44-42 when Bayern Oldckbayer scored the game-winner on a conventional three-point play with 4.8 seconds left Wednesday night.
RUSSELLVILLE — The South Callaway Bulldogs logged their first Show-Me Conference win of the season Tuesday night, outscoring the Russellville Indians by a combined 56-30 in the second and third quarters in an 82-52 romp.
CHAMOIS — Junior center Avalon Saxton and junior forward Elizabeth Harrison both had eight points as the Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles fell to 2-9 on the season after Tuesday night’s 46-28 loss to the Chamois Lady Pirates.
The first-place Westminster College Lady Blue Jays outscored the Fontbonne University Lady Griffins 48-36 in the second half to extend their winning streak to nine games with Wednesday night’s 90-72 SLIAC home victory.
MARSHALL — The state-ranked Fulton Hornets wrestling team ended the regular season with another flawless run to a repeat.
MEXICO — Senior guard Derek Shikles and senior forward Leo Ramirez responded with 14 points apiece in the state-ranked New Bloomfield Wildcats’ 78-30 runaway victory over the Missouri Military Academy Colonels on Tuesday night.
MOKANE — Sophomore forward Adrian Mann broke out for a game-high 25 points, including five 3-pointers, to spur the South Callaway Lady Bulldogs past the North Callaway Ladybirds in Tuesday night’s 48-38 non-conference victory.
SULPHUR, Okla. — Freshman guard Delanzia Hayes produced a team-high 12 points for the Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles in Saturday night’s 47-30 loss to the Oklahoma School for the Deaf Lady Indians.
ODESSA — Seniors Josh McClure and Zach Benner won their respective weight classes at 145 and 220 pounds as the state-ranked Fulton Hornets wrestling team took second place at the Odessa Invitational on Saturday.
South Callaway edges Community in gritty victory for Sturgeon title
STURGEON — It was a long time coming and long overdue for the South Callaway Lady Bulldogs — 28 years, to be exact.
STURGEON — The No. 3 seed New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats rediscovered their shooting touch in Friday’s 67-37 seventh-place romp over the No. 8 Salisbury Lady Panthers at the 32nd-annual Sturgeon Tournament.
BOWLING GREEN — The No. 3 seed North Callaway Ladybirds made 11-of-13 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal their 39-30 victory over No. 4 Winfield in the third-place game of the 91st-annual Bowling Green Tournament on Friday night.
SULPHUR, Okla. — Three players reached double figures as the Missouri School for the Deaf Eagles pushed their winning streak to four games with Saturday’s 40-31 triumph over the Arkansas School for the Deaf Leopards.
STURGEON — Junior guard Blake Parker logged a game-high 21 points as the No. 6 seed South Callaway Bulldogs trampled the No. 7 Paris Coyotes 81-57 in the consolation semifinals of the 32nd-annual Sturgeon Tournament on Thursday night.
South Callaway squares off against Community for championship tonight
STURGEON — The South Callaway Lady Bulldogs scrambled their way into position to play for a title.
STURGEON — Shooting difficulties continued to plague the No. 3 seed New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats in Wednesday night’s 47-31 loss to the No. 7 Westran Lady Hornets in the consolation semifinals of the 32nd-annual Sturgeon Tournament.
MONTGOMERY CITY — Khobi Kellerman buried a halfcourt shot at the buzzer to send the North Callaway Thunderbirds to the dramatic 48-45 semifinal win over the New Haven Shamrocks at the Montgomery County JV Tournament on Wednesday night.
North Callaway to play Winfield for third place at Bowling Green
BOWLING GREEN — The North Callaway Ladybirds weren’t able to finish off a valiant fourth-quarter comeback.
STURGEON — The No. 2 seed New Bloomfield Wildcats outscored the No. 7 Paris Coyotes 42-23 in the second half of Tuesday night’s 76-43 first-round romp at the 32nd-annual Sturgeon Tournament.
STURGEON — No. 6 seed South Callaway was outscored by No. 3 New Franklin 35-20 in the second half of Tuesday night’s 70-55 first-round loss in a matchup between Bulldogs at the 32nd-annual Sturgeon Tournament.
GREENVILLE, Ill. — The Westminster College Lady Blue Jays moved into a share of first place in the SLIAC and stretched their winning streak to seven games with Wednesday night’s fourth-quarter rally past the Greenville College Lady Panthers 63-55.
Clines redeems self with win over Heimann
Senior Trenton Clines reveled in some redemption in his final home match as a Fulton Hornets wrestler.
COLUMBIA — Senior guard Dearyon Estes logged 11 of his 13 points in the first half and also came up with five steals as the Fulton Hornets stretched their winning streak to five games with a 51-44 non-conference victory over Battle on Monday night.
ST. LOUIS — Junior guard Marcus Smith connected for a game-high 20 points Tuesday night to help spur the Missouri School for the Deaf Eagles to their third win in a row, 50-30 over Yeshivat Kadimah.
Seniors finish off career tournament sweep
A skilled set of seniors made it something special for the state-ranked Fulton Hornets wrestling team with a career Jim Wallace sweep.
Mitchell guides Fulton with 18 points
OWENSVILLE — The Fulton Hornets relied on a punishing defensive effort to keep their winning streak on the move.
KINGDOM CITY — The North Callaway Thunderbirds slid to 2-12 on the season and 1-4 in the Eastern Missouri Conference after Friday night’s decisive 59-28 loss to the Clopton Hawks.
OWENSVILLE — The Fulton Lady Hornets trailed 32-17 at halftime in suffering their fourth straight loss in a 58-45 setback to Owensville on Friday night, but head coach TJ Quick saw signs of hope in the second half.
MOKANE — The South Callaway Lady Bulldogs raced to a commanding 35-14 halftime advantage in blowing past the Linn Lady Wildcats 61-31 in a Show-Me Conference blitz Thursday night.
The host Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles extended a two-point halftime lead by outscoring the Iowa School for the Deaf Lady Bobcats 11-6 in the third quarter to log their first win of the season 32-24 Friday night.
MEXICO — The Fulton Hornets wrestling team pushed its season record to 21-1 by turning back rival Mexico 39-30 and slamming St. Charles West 62-15 in Thursday night’s triangular.
Missouri School for the Deaf tumbled to 0-6 on the season after Wednesday night’s 29-22 home loss to Jamestown in a matchup between Lady Eagles.
Host Missouri School for the Deaf fell behind 30-6 at halftime in dropping to 0-5 on the season after Wednesday night’s 54-21 loss to Jamestown in a clash between Eagles.
WELLSVILLE — The New Bloomfield Wildcats gained command by outscoring the Wellsville Tigers 18-10 in the fourth quarter to pick up their eighth straight victory 66-56 Monday night.
The Fulton Hornets outscored the Eldon Mustangs 23-14 in the fourth quarter to take control for a 62-51 non-conference win at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium on Monday night.
PRAIRIE HOME — The Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles tumbled to 0-5 on the season after Thursday night’s decisive 74-10 loss to the Prairie Home Lady Panthers.
MOKANE — The No. 7 seed North Callaway Thunderbirds built a 35-22 halftime lead and claimed seventh place at the South Callaway Invitational Tournament with Friday night’s 60-42 triumph over the No. 8 MMA Colonels.
PRAIRIE HOME — The weary Missouri School for the Deaf Eagles fell behind 43-17 at halftime in falling to the Prairie Home Panthers 73-44 on Thursday night.
COLUMBIA — Senior Gabriel Dos Santos qualified for the NAIA indoor national championships by taking fourth place in the 60 meters in a personal-best 6.86 seconds at Friday’s season-opening Missouri Invitational.
CENTRALIA — The Fulton Hornets wrestling team moved its season dual record to 19-1 by demolishing Centralia 66-10 and Blair Oaks 60-9 in a triangular Thursday night.
The Fulton Hornets will meet the Fatima Comets in the third-place game of the 82nd-annual California Tournament at 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
MOKANE — The No. 2 seed Hermann Lady Bearcats made their free throws in outscoring the No. 3 New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats 11-2 in the final 2 minutes of Wednesday night’s 63-53 semifinal win at the South Callaway Invitational Tournament.
MOKANE — The top-seeded Owensville Dutchgirls pulled away by outscoring the No. 4 South Callaway Lady Bulldogs 38-21 in the second half of Wednesday night’s 69-45 semifinal triumph at the South Callaway Invitational Tournament.
MOKANE — The No. 7 seed North Callaway Ladybirds powered past the No. 6 Montgomery County Lady Wildcats 69-41 in the consolation semifinals Wednesday night at the South Callaway Invitational Tournament.
KINGDOM CITY — Freshman guard Delanzia Hayes put up a team-high 13 points in the Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles’ 32-26 loss to the North Callaway Ladybirds' junior varsity on Wednesday night.
JACKSONVILLE, Ill. — Junior center Avalon Saxton produced 19 points, five rebounds and blocked a shot as the Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles bowed to the Illinois School for the Deaf Lady Tigers 42-30 on Tuesday night.
MOKANE — The top-seeded New Bloomfield Wildcats weathered lackluster play to take control in the fourth quarter of Tuesday night's 77-49 first-round victory over the No. 8 Missouri Military Academy Colonels at the South Callaway Invitational Tournament.