MEXICO — The Fulton Hornets tennis team logged its first win of the season by cruising past the Missouri Military Academy Colonels 8-1 in Tuesday night’s non-conference matchup.
Junior Blake Parker captured medalist honors with a 38 to direct the South Callaway Bulldogs to the championship of the Callaway Cup on Monday at Tanglewood Golf Course.
Fulton collects first NCMC win
MARSHALL — The Fulton Hornets were forced to put in a little extra work in frigid conditions to obtain their first North Central Missouri Conference win.
Eleven Callaway County players — six girls and five boys — were named to the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters’ 2015-16 all-Central District basketball teams announced Wednesday.
TIPTON — Junior Blake Parker earned medalist honors with a 42 in directing the South Callaway Bulldogs golf team to a 21-stroke triumph in Monday’s season opener with Tipton and the Missouri Military Academy.
PILOT GROVE — Senior third baseman Tyler Fennewald had three hits, drove in two runs and scored three times as the New Bloomfield Wildcats tore past the Pilot Grove Tigers 13-3 in five innings Thursday night.
RUSSELLVILLE — Seniors Charlie Schattgen and Leo Ramirez, and freshman Bailey Crane all picked up victories Tuesday as the New Bloomfield Wildcats track and field team launched its season with a second-place finish at the Russellville Quad.
JAMESTOWN — South Callaway sophomore starter Landon Horstman threw five no-hit innings and struck out 10 as the state-ranked Bulldogs overpowered Jamestown in an 8-0 non-conference victory Tuesday night.
MONTGOMERY CITY — Junior Jared Eliuk was victorious in the 400 meters with a time of 55.24 seconds to help spur the Fulton Hornets track and field team to a third-place finish in the season-opening Montgomery County practice meet Tuesday.
RUSSELLVILLE — Sophomore Adrian Mann took first place in the 300-meter hurdles in 51.67 seconds to help spark the South Callaway Lady Bulldogs track and field team to a third-place finish at Tuesday’s season-opening Russellville Quad.
MONTGOMERY CITY — Senior Erinn Bush and sophomore Reyna Schmauch each won events to guide the North Callaway Ladybirds track and field team to a second-place finish at the Montgomery County practice meet in Tuesday’s season opener.
MONTGOMERY CITY — Junior Tayler Vaughn shot a 49 as the North Callaway Thunderbirds golf team took fourth place in Tuesday’s season opener at Montgomery County Golf Club.
Westminster College sophomore second baseman Kim Morrison’s three-run double highlighted a five-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning as the Lady Blue Jays downed Rhodes (Tennessee) College 7-4 on Tuesday at Blue Jay Field.
HANNIBAL — The Fulton Hornets tennis team won two singles matches and two in doubles play to launch its season with an 8-4 North Central Missouri Conference loss to the Hannibal Pirates on Tuesday night.
WARDSVILLE — The state-ranked New Bloomfield Wildcats managed just four hits and committed six errors in Monday night’s 7-2 non-conference loss to the Blair Oaks Falcons.
No. 1 Our Lady of the Lake rolls to 82-52 victory
INDEPENDENCE — The William Woods University Lady Owls weren’t able to pull off one of those talked-about tournament upsets.
ST. JOSEPH — Sophomore Celia Mansour shared individual honors as the William Woods University Lady Owls golf team, ranked third in NAIA Division I, captured the team title at the Holiday Inn Express Classic on Tuesday.
The William Woods University Lady Owls can figure on eight.
DALLAS — William Woods University junior Billy McKenzie collected individual honors as the fifth-ranked Owls golf team tied for second place in the NAIA Contenders Tournament at TPC Las Colinas on Tuesday.
CANTON — The William Woods University Lady Owls softball team watched its losing streak increase to four games after combining for just nine hits in Tuesday’s non-conference doubleheader sweep by the Culver-Stockton College Lady Wildcats.
Warrenton prevails in OT, takes District 8 girls' championship
HANNIBAL — The Fulton Lady Hornets appeared to have it in their possession and then it was painfully plucked away.
ST. LOUIS — The William Woods University Owls made the most of their chances from the foul line in moving forward.
New Bloomfield's season ends with only home loss
NEW BLOOMFIELD — A show of Faith shattered the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats’ impeccable home winning streak and ended their season.
The Fulton Lady Hornets ended the regular season by sharing the North Central Missouri Conference title with Boonville after Thursday night’s 50-35 victory over rival Mexico at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
ASHLAND — The second-seeded Father Tolton Lady Trailblazers took control by outscoring the No. 6 South Callaway Lady Bulldogs 27-19 in the second half of Wednesday night’s 45-31 win in the Class 3, District 8 semifinals.
JACKSONVILLE, Ill. — The third-seeded Westminster College Blue Jays limited the No. 2 Greenville College (Ill.) Panthers to a season-low output and a dreadful 28-percent (25-of-91) shooting effort in Thursday night’s 101-83 semifinal win in the SLIAC postseason tournament.
POINT LOOKOUT — The College of the Ozarks Bobcats broke a 2-all tie by manufacturing the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning to hand the William Woods University Owls their second straight loss 3-2 Thursday afternoon.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — The New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats lined themselves up for another shot to make the state playoffs.
JAMESTOWN — No. 8 seed Missouri School for the Deaf’s season came to an end in Monday night’s 46-14 loss to top-seeded Jamestown in a Class 1, District 9 first-round matchup between Lady Eagles.
MOBERLY — The Fulton Hornets slipped to 13-11 on the season and 5-6 in the North Central Missouri Conference after dropping their fourth straight in Tuesday night’s 86-63 loss to the Moberly Spartans.
ASHLAND — The No. 7 seed South Callaway Bulldogs were outscored by the No. 2 Southern Boone Eagles 42-22 in the second and third quarters combined in Tuesday night’s 83-62 first-round loss at the Class 3, District 8 Tournament.
McClure becomes Fulton's first three-time state champ, Benner captures second straight undefeated state title
COLUMBIA — Josh McClure was surprisingly subdued as he broke new ground and Zach Benner flashed a pose after punctuating another perfect performance.
Hornets' Class 2 title hopes fade after semifinal collapse
COLUMBIA — The Fulton Hornets were in a promising position entering Friday night’s semifinals at the 86th MSHSAA wrestling championships at Mizzou Arena.
Fulton just a point behind Smithville for Class 2 lead
COLUMBIA — The Fulton Hornets were exceptional in embarking on their mission to acquire a Class 2 state wrestling title.
McClure attempting to become Fulton's first three-time champ
The Fulton Hornets are poised yet again to make a strong play for the program’s first state wrestling championship in more than three decades.
KIRKSVILLE — The Fulton Lady Hornets trailed 16-7 after one quarter and couldn’t catch up in suffering a 53-41 North Central Missouri Conference loss to the Kirksville Lady Tigers on Wednesday night.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Senior guard Grant Nichols connected for a game-high 24 points as the state-ranked New Bloomfield Wildcats breezed to the 88-32 Show-Me Conference blitz of the Russellville Indians on Tuesday night.
Fulton holds off rival Mexico to win second straight District 2 title
ST. LOUIS — The road to a repeat stirred up a little more anxiety for Fulton wrestling coach Eric Hudson, but the state-ranked Hornets calmed his concerns.
MOKANE — The South Callaway Lady Bulldogs were unable to overcome an 11-point halftime deficit in Friday night’s 48-39 Show-Me Conference loss to the Fatima Lady Comets.
KINGDOM CITY — Senior guard Manzell Payne was responsible for 12 of the North Callaway Thunderbirds’ first 18 points as they stopped a six-game losing streak with Friday night’s 58-44 EMO triumph over the Silex Owls.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — The state-ranked New Bloomfield Wildcats almost reached the century mark for the second time this past week in throttling the Tuscumbia Lions 98-57 in Thursday night’s Show-Me Conference rampage.
It’s premature to consider a conversation about the possibilities, given that the state-ranked Fulton Hornets wrestling team still has a critical bridge to cross.
Fulton High School is drawing from the 1990s for its next two Wall of Fame members.
Fulton pulls out 73-69 NCMC victory over Owls
Fulton senior guard Kalin Mitchell connected on four free throws in the final 6 seconds Tuesday night, helping the Hornets clip Marshall in a 73-69 NCMC win at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
MOKANE — Sophomore guard Kaden Helsel produced a game-high 28 points and the South Callaway Bulldogs posted their fifth straight win with Tuesday night’s 83-54 non-conference dismantling of the Missouri Military Academy Colonels.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Sophomore forward Jak Kitchens directed five players in double figures with 22 points Monday night as the state-ranked New Bloomfield Wildcats crushed the Bunceton Dragons 102-41 in non-conference play.
WELLSVILLE — South Callaway sophomore forward Adrian Mann supplied a game-high 21 points Tuesday night as the Lady Bulldogs easily disposed of Wellsville in a 73-30 romp.
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.