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Bulldogs earn road victory in Jamestown

The New Franklin boys scored a resounding 59-32 road win over the Jamestown Eagles Tuesday night. The game looked to be a barnburner in the opening minutes with the first nine points scored via … more

New Franklin girls overcome injuries, take down Jamestown on the road

The New Franklin Lady Bulldogs moved their record to 10-8 Tuesday night with a convincing 52-40 win in Jamestown. With a winter storm threatening, the game had been moved up to a 5 p.m. start in … more

Tigers make easy work of Brunswick

The Higbee boys came away with a convincing 30-point win over Brunswick in a return to CLAA action at home on Tuesday, 69-39. Higbee sophomores Jordan Fuemmeler and Derek Rockett, along with … more

Welch leads Higbee girls to win rematch over Brunswick

Four days after defeating Brunswick for the Keytesville Tournament crown, the Lady Tigers took down the Lady Wildcats 38-33 in CLAA play Tuesday night at home. Freshman scoring leader Ronnie Welch … more

Youth basketball teams earn tournament hardware

The Fayette Youth Basketball League’s fifth and sixth-grade girls’ team won the consolation trophy at last week’s New Franklin Tournament. In boys’ action, the sixth-grade … more

Higbee girls win Keytesville crown in scrappy final

The Higbee girls prevailed in a low-scoring championship game on Saturday at the Keytesville Tournament. Despite making just 16 of 46 free-throw attempts, the top-seeded Lady Tigers found a way to … more

Higbee boys fall short in dramatic championship game

The Higbee boys erased an 11-point second-quarter deficit to tie rival Wellsville-Middletown at 56-56 with 2:08 left in the championship game of the Keytesvill Tournament on Saturday. But the Higbee … more

Higbee girls ease into tournament final

The Higbee girls will play for the championship at the Keytesville Tournament on Saturday after easily handing Southwest-Livingston, 54-20, in the semi-finals on Thursday. Higbee will now face … more

Higbee boys cruise to tournament finals

The Higbee boys’ high-octane style of play was too much for Southwest-Livingston in the semi-finals of the Keytesville Tournament on Thursday night. The Tigers won 83-33 to advance to … more

Third-quarter surge powers Harrisburg girls past Fayette

Coming off a win over Class 4 Fulton on Wednesday, the Fayette Lady Falcons were riding high on momentum heading into the consolation game against the host team of the Harrisburg Tournament. Fayette … more

Hot shooting powers Harrisburg past Centralia

The Harrisburg boys handily took down Class 4 Centralia 68-41 at their own tournament on Thursday night. The Bulldogs will now face another Class 4 school, Fulton, at 2:30 p.m. on … more

Fayette boys struggle against Class 4 teams

The Fayette boys played passionately but were unable to overcome a scrappy Hallsville team Thursday night at the Harrisburg Tournament. The Falcons fell 74-55, their second loss of the five-team … more

Banged up New Franklin girls fall to Community

Mounting injuries to the New Franklin roster, combined with the hot shooting of Community junior Angel Sarah, doomed the Lady Bulldogs in the semifinal round of the Sturgeon Tournament on Wednesday. … more

Falcons upset Class 4 Fulton

When you are a smaller, Class 2 girl’s basketball team like the Fayette Falcons, sometimes you go into tournaments and run up against larger Class 4 schools, such as Mexico, and suffer losses. … more

Harrisburg girls defeat Fr. Tolton with relentless second half

For the first time in 20 years, the Harrisburg Lady Bulldog varsity team suited up to play in the old gym that is located in what is now the Harrisburg middle school. The Lady Bulldogs may have … more

Wilmsmeyers power New Franklin past Community in tournament opener

Clayton and Connor Wilmsmeyer combined for 38 points Tuesday night to power the New Franklin Bulldogs past Community 70-57 Tuesday night in the opening round of the Sturgeon Tournament. For New … more

Harrisburg’s Lanes tops 1,500 career points

Harrisburg senior Tanner Lanes continued to pile up the accomplishments on Wednesday against the Kirksville Tigers during the Macon tournament.  Lanes, who sports a 15.6-points-per-game … more

CMU names Sang strength and conditioning coach

The Central Methodist Department of Athletics welcomed Austin Sang as the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator during the Fall of 2021. Sang oversees the strength and conditioning efforts of all 20 … more

Fayette boys begin win streak of their own

The Fayette boys played their second game in two nights Friday and defeated South Callaway 49-39 at home.  With the win, the Falcons raised their season record to 5-9 and created a two-game … more

S. Callaway halts Fayette girls’ winning streak

The Class 3 South Callaway Lady Bulldogs snapped Fayette’s three-game winning streak, defeating the Lady Falcons 48-26 at home on Friday. South Callaway was able to get out to an early lead … more
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