The Fulton Lady Hornets volleyball team suffered a 25-22, 25-12 North Central Missouri Conference loss to the Marshall Lady Owls on Tuesday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
WESTPHALIA — South Callaway junior Dariyn Finney earned all-conference honors by taking 10th place in 24 minutes, 56.60 seconds to guide the Lady Bulldogs at the Show-Me Conference cross country championships Tuesday.
The host Lady Blue Jays ended an 11-year, 21-match losing streak to the Lady Gorloks with Saturday’s 25-22, 25-17 and 27-25 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victory.
The Lady Owls stayed unbeaten in the American Midwest Conference with Saturday’s 25-22, 25-15 and 25-9 triumph over the Lady Lions on Saturday.
Senior midfielder Amy Faus was responsible for a pair of goals Saturday as the Lady Owls overpowered the Lady Eagles 6-0 in American Midwest Conference play.
Junior midfielder Monica Bittner delivered the match’s only goal and the host Lady Blue Jays triumphed in their SLIAC opener 1-0 by not allowing any shots Saturday night.
Sophomore midfielder Tripp Sheehan accounted for both goals as the host Blue Jays stopped a three-match losing streak by blanking the Beavers 2-0 in Saturday night’s SLIAC opener.
Sophomore midfielder Anthony Moscatello and freshman forward Julian Wells both scored goals in the Owls’ 2-0 American Midwest Conference win over the Eagles on Saturday.
The Westminster College Blue Jays football team couldn’t compensate for St. Scholastica’s scoring spree.
The state-ranked South Callaway Bulldogs continue to push their effort to the extreme, and they have another crushing outcome as confirmation. The North Callaway Thunderbirds — South Callaway’s latest victim — can certainly attest.
When Kevin O’Neal expressed interest in replacing longtime head football coach Mike Emmons at North Callaway, he sought the counsel of South Callaway head coach Tim Rulo.
Junior starter Madison Ausfahl threw a two-hitter and also smacked a two-run home run to help trigger the Ladybirds’ 7-0 EMO triumph over the Lady Owls on Thursday night.
HALLSVILLE — Jordan Delashmatt rushed for 120 yards and two touchdowns as the North Callaway Thunderbirds eighth-grade football team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday night to Hallsville 30-28.
MOKANE — The South Callaway Lady Bulldogs softball team managed just three hits in being shut out by the Eugene Lady Eagles in Tuesday night’s 5-0 Show-Me Conference loss.
EUGENE — Senior Brooke Kelley medalled with a third-place 89 total as the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats golf team won the Eugene Tournament with a 402 score on Wednesday at Redfield Golf Course.
BOONVILLE — Paced by individual winner Grant Gaines, the Fulton Hornets cross country team took first place in a five-team field at the Boonville Invitational on Tuesday.
The Blue Jays’ lone score came on own goal as they suffered their third straight loss in Tuesday’s 2-1 setback to the Storm.
The Ladybirds fell to 2-7 on the season and 0-3 in the Eastern Missouri Conference after Tuesday night’s 25-12 and 25-23 loss to the Lady Wildcats.
The Lady Tigers broke open a close game with five runs over the final three innings in Tuesday night’s 7-3 NCMC triumph over the Lady Hornets at the high school athletic complex.
Junior starter Madison Ausfahl tossed a one-hitter and struck out eight as the North Callaway Ladybirds stayed unbeaten in the Eastern Missouri Conference by overpowering Community R-6 15-0 on Tuesday night.
Defensive and special-teams scores aren’t a given, so the state-ranked South Callaway Bulldogs certainly have to be enjoying this embarrassment of riches.
On his scale of satisfaction, this one rated an 11 for North Callaway head coach Kevin O’Neal.
Heading into game against Wright City
MOKANE — The South Callaway Bulldogs’ defensive unit has been doling out harsh lessons for overwhelmed opponents so far, but it has been putting in some extra study time of its own.
In game tonight
North Callaway head coach Kevin O’Neal wants to see his Thunderbirds exclude the ebbs and fixate on finding more of a smooth, stable flow.
Senior Brooke Kelley carded a 38 over nine holes to split medalist honors in guiding the Lady Hornets in Wednesday’s dual with Russellville at Redfield Golf Course.
The host Lady Eagles slipped to 0-4 on the season after Thursday night’s 25-9, 25-14 and 25-8 loss to the Lady Pirates.
The Ladybirds tumbled to 2-5 overall after bowing to the Lady Panthers 25-6 and 25-10 on Thursday night.
Senior starter Danielle Cassidy threw a two-hitter and set a school record with 19 strikeouts in the Ladybirds’ 6-1 EMO victory over the Lady Wildcats on Thursday night.
The Fulton Lady Hornets softball team broke out at the plate in bringing a halt to its skid. Freshman pinch-hitter Kendalyn Roesner was 4-for-4 with a triple, four runs batted in and scored once Thursday night, triggering a 13-hit rampage as Fulton stopped a seven-game losing streak with a 15-5 North Central Missouri Conference romp over Marshall.
BOONVILLE — The William Woods University women's and men's golf teams both set school records for 36 holes in claiming the titles as the Central Methodist University Eagle Invitational concluded Tuesday at Hail Ridge Golf Course.
FAYETTE — Sophomore starter Konnor Arrowood tossed a perfect game as the South Callaway Lady Bulldogs softball team manhandled Fayette 11-0 in five innings Tuesday night.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — The New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats softball team watched its seven-game winning streak halted in a 6-1 Show-Me Conference loss to the Fatima Lady Comets on Tuesday night.
The Thunderbirds’ seventh- and eighth-grade squads both improved to 2-0 on the season with respective 42-0 and 26-6 wins over the Bobcats on Tuesday night.
Junior third baseman Tyler Fennewald had four hits and drove in three runs Tuesday night as the Wildcats easily handled the Hornets 12-1 in six innings.
Fulton Lady Hornets volleyball coach Coleman Lee received his birthday wish. Junior right-side hitter Maddie Tobias logged five kills and five service aces Tuesday night, helping Fulton mark Lee’s birthday with a 25-20, 25-19 win over Bowling Green at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
The North Callaway Thunderbirds made the second half all about themselves.
When state-ranked South Callaway showered 20 points on Van-Far before the Bulldogs’ offense even took a snap, it was a crazy sampling of what was in store.
Unbeaten start features runaway wins for Bulldogs
MOKANE — For a South Callaway squad that has wrecked the early portion of its schedule, head coach Tim Rulo’s toughest task right now might be in keeping his state-ranked Bulldogs engaged.
Thunderbirds to face Bowling Green
KINGDOM CITY — North Callaway head coach Kevin O’Neal understands how a handful of plays can weigh on the end result. O’Neal is trying to convey that message to his Thunderbirds’ offense.
Fueled by medal finishes from sophomores Caitlyn Chapman and Kallie Guthrie, the Lady Bulldogs came in third overall at the Vienna Invitational on Wednesday.
The William Woods University Lady Owls volleyball team watched its four-match winning streak come to an end as MidAmerican Nazarene (Kansas) University rallied for a 25-21, 21-25, 23-25, 25-14 and 15-12 victory Tuesday night at Anderson Arena.
The Westminster College Lady Blue Jays volleyball team raised its season record to 2-6 with a 25-21, 25-9 and 25-13 triumph over Robert Morris-Springfield in Tuesday night’s home opener.
Fernanda Ramirez and Kelsey Vanzant both had late goals Tuesday night as Central Methodist University blanked the William Woods University Lady Owls soccer team 2-0 at Firley Field.
COLUMBIA — Sophomore forward Drew Cook was responsible for the Blue Jays’ lone goal, off an assist from sophomore midfielder Tripp Sheehan, in the 54th minute of Tuesday night’s 2-1 loss to Columbia College.
William Woods University freshman goalkeeper Conor Cable was named the NAIA national men’s soccer defensive player of the week Tuesday.
VIENNA — Missouri School for the Deaf sophomore Chris Scott finished fourth with a time of 23 minutes, 12 seconds in the boys’ junior varsity race at the Vienna Invitational on Wednesday.
MOBERLY — After two lightning delays, extra innings and 3 1/2 hours, the Fulton Lady Hornets softball team came up just short in Tuesday night’s 6-5 North Central Missouri Conference loss to the Lady Spartans.
The Fulton Lady Hornets volleyball team evened its North Central Missouri Conference mark at 1-1 with Tuesday night’s 22-25, 25-15 and 25-14 victory over Kirksville at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
The Fulton Hornets soccer team suffered a narrow, gut-wrenching 4-3 loss when Helias' Dane Haugen delivered the decisive goal with 2 minutes left in the second overtime Tuesday night at the high school athletic complex.
Kelley sisters produce medal performances
OSAGE BEACH — The New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats golf team took home a title this time around.