The Fulton Hornets wrestling team won four matches by pin and four by forfeit in blistering Boonville 56-9 in its North Central Missouri Conference opener Tuesday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
MOKANE — The South Callaway Lady Bulldogs bolted to a 20-2 advantage after one quarter in dismantling the Montgomery County Lady Wildcats 63-37 in Monday night’s home opener.
TIPTON — New Bloomfield senior guard Grant Nichols and sophomore forward Jak Kitchens responded with 22 points apiece to steer the top-seeded Wildcats to a 74-50 semifinal win over the No. 4 Jamestown Eagles on Thursday night at the 77th-annual Tipton Tournament.
Throttle New Haven 45-25 in semifinals, will play in Montgomery County title game
MONTGOMERY CITY — The Fulton Lady Hornets will get the opportunity to duplicate their title feat.
The surging William Woods University Owls knocked down a school-record 16 3-pointers in picking up their fourth straight victory with Tuesday night’s 91-75 win over the Haskell Indian Nations (Kan.) University Indians at Anderson Arena.
KINGDOM CITY — The North Callaway Thunderbirds’ season opener was spoiled in a 51-37 loss Tuesday night when the Centralia Panthers pulled away by outscoring them 16-6 in the fourth quarter.
KINGDOM CITY — The North Callaway Ladybirds were outscored by the Centralia Lady Panthers 13-4 over the final 5 minutes, 31 seconds in Tuesday night’s 47-38 non-conference loss.
VANDALIA — Sophomore forward Adrian Mann logged a game-high 14 points in the South Callaway Lady Bulldogs’ 51-23 season-opening romp over the Van-Far Lady Indians on Tuesday night.
VANDALIA — The first quarter proved to be the difference for the South Callaway Bulldogs as they outscored the Van-Far Indians 20-13 during that span in Tuesday night’s 53-46 season-opening triumph.
SPRINGFIELD — The problem was simple for the William Woods University Owls.
Seven players from South Callaway, five from North Callaway honored
Twenty Callaway County players — highlighted by eight from the Fulton Hornets in Class 3 — were named to the media’s 2015 Central Missouri all-district football teams announced this past week.
MEXICO — Fulton senior guard Kalin Mitchell put up 20 points Tuesday night to guide the Hornets to a 68-54 North Central Missouri Conference victory over the rival Mexico Bulldogs in their season opener.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Sophomore forward Jak Kitchens erupted for a game-high 38 points as the New Bloomfield Wildcats demolished the Calvary Lutheran Lions 83-45 in Tuesday night’s season opener.
MEXICO — Fulton senior guard Sloane Totta produced a game-high 22 points Tuesday night as the Lady Hornets kicked off their season by throttling the North Central Missouri Conference rival Mexico Lady Bulldogs 52-36.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Sophomore guard Madi Craighead connected for a game-high 24 points, marked by four 3-pointers, to spark the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats’ 58-23, season-opening blitz of the Calvary Lutheran Lady Lions on Tuesday night.
William Woods University junior guard Deon Pettigrew and senior guard Austin Lowery combined for 49 points to fuel the Owls’ third straight win in Tuesday night’s 85-79 non-conference triumph over the Missouri Valley College Vikings at Anderson Arena.
Hornets' McClure signs to wrestle at North Carolina
Josh McClure didn’t have to worry about coercion when it came to his decision.
JEFFERSON CITY — North Callaway’s Reyna Schmauch and South Callaway’s Adrian Mann made a splash as sophomores in their debuts.
Westminster clinches third straight trip to Division III national tournament
The Westminster College Blue Jays soccer team is starting to make this a habit.
Kathryn Blomenkamp scored an unassisted goal with 48.5 seconds left in regulation as fifth-seeded Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.) jolted the No. 4 William Woods University Lady Owls soccer team 1-0 in the quarterfinals of the American Midwest Conference postseason tournament Friday night at Firley Field.
It will be a baker’s dozen for Callaway County at the 2015 MSHSAA boys’ and girls’ state cross country championships this weekend.
No. 1 seed Westminster will host No. 3 Webster for tournament title Friday night
The Westminster College Blue Jays soccer team put on another dominating display to move closer to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference postseason tournament championship.
The William Woods University Owls were outscored by the Tabor (Kan.) College Blue Jays — ranked No. 20 in NAIA Division II — 44-30 in the second half of Tuesday night’s 81-70 season-opening loss at Anderson Arena.
The host Westminster College Lady Blue Jays volleyball team stopped a four-match losing streak with a 25-12, 25-14 and 26-24 SLIAC triumph over the MacMurray (Ill.) College Lady Highlanders in Tuesday night’s regular-season finale.
WARRENTON - The Fulton Hornets cross country team is sending a trio to the state meet.
BOWLING GREEN - Sophomore Reyna Schmauch will compete at the state meet for the North Callaway Ladybirds cross country team after taking second at the Class 2, District 3 championships Saturday.
Lady Wildcats also send three runners
BOWLING GREEN - Senior Charlie Schattgen secured the individual title and the New Bloomfield Wildcats cross country team qualified for state as a team with their second-place finish at the Class 1, District 2 championships Saturday.
WESTPHALIA - Sophomore Adrian Mann advanced to the state championships for the Lady Bulldogs by finishing fifth in 22 minutes, 8.92 seconds at the Class 2, District 4 meet Saturday.
Season ends in loss in District 6 semifinals
PALMYRA — Suddenly without their quarterback, the North Callaway Thunderbirds were out of whack on offense.
KINGDOM CITY — It’s a simple question North Callaway head coach Kevin O’Neal asks.
The Westminster College Lady Blue Jays volleyball team overcame a two-set deficit in rallying for a 23-25, 16-25, 25-22, 25-18 and 15-9 SLIAC home win over the Webster University Lady Gorloks on Tuesday night.
The William Woods University Lady Owls soccer team continued its strong surge to close out the regular season.
The William Woods University Lady Owls volleyball team dropped its second match in a row with Tuesday night’s 25-14, 30-28 and 25-20 AMC loss to the second-ranked Missouri Baptist University Lady Spartans at Anderson Arena.
MOKANE — The South Callaway Bulldogs exulted in an extraordinary 2014 football season that lasted until its final day, punctuating it with a 14-1 mark and a Class 2 runner-up finish.
North Callaway will play at 10th-ranked Palmyra in District 7 semifinals
KINGDOM CITY — The North Callaway Thunderbirds are moving on after manhandling Van-Far for the second week in a row.
When a coaching staff has little information about its foe, it has to carefully scour every resource at its disposal.
The North Callaway Thunderbirds have a proven script that could bode well for them.
ELSBERRY — Sophomore Alyssa Rinehart came in 16th in 25 minutes, 49.64 seconds to direct the North Callaway Ladybirds cross country team at the Eastern Missouri Conference championships Monday.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa — Senior Joseph Allen accounted for 230 total yards and five touchdowns to steer the Missouri School for the Deaf Eagles football team to its fifth straight victory in last Saturday's 54-0 dismantling of the Iowa School for the Deaf Bobcats.
BOONVILLE — The Fulton Lady Hornets volleyball team didn't go quietly.
MOKANE — The South Callaway Bulldogs discovered that maintaining control can sometimes be like trying to harness a pinball.
North Callaway will host Van-Far in District 6 opener
VANDALIA — The North Callaway Thunderbirds were able to carry out the switch.
HANNIBAL — Sophomore Mason Gaines directed three Fulton medalists as the Hornets cross country team came in third at the North Central Missouri Conference championships Thursday.
KINGDOM CITY — The North Callaway Ladybirds volleyball team closed out the regular season by falling to the Father Tolton Lady Trailblazers 25-9, 25-9 on Thursday night.
NCMC rivals will see each other again in district play next week
MEXICO — Fulton sophomore middle hitter Jaiden Saunders posted four kills Thursday night as the Lady Hornets ended the regular season with a 25-15, 25-13 NCMC triumph over rival Mexico.
New Bloomfield graduate will be first golfer for Blue Tigers to be inducted
The honor is special in its own right, but it will have even more meaning for Aaron Murphy.
As far as South Callaway head coach Zack Hess is concerned, the intensity of postseason football is here.
The North Callaway Thunderbirds don’t want to make this same trip again, seven days from now.
Sophomore tops Father Tolton's Selva
CENTRALIA — Reyna Schmauch continues to make a significant impact in her first year running cross country.
The Fulton Lady Hornets volleyball team slipped to 10-15-2 on the season after coming up short in a 25-16, 19-25, 25-13 non-conference loss Tuesday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.