Monthly Archives: December 2010

New Franklin Tournament is just around the corner

It’s been a little tough to find something to cover the past two weeks, but even though this is a little delayed, let’s take a quick look back at the Fayette vs. Stover games at the State Fair Holiday Shootout … Continue reading

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Fayette-Smithton games rescheduled

Although it won’t be in Saturday’s newspaper, I just got an e-mail from Geoff Moorehead announcing that the Fayette-Smithton high school basketball games have been rescheduled for Thursday, Jan. 20. The JV boys and girls will play two quarters each, … Continue reading

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No local games tonight

Hopefully you’ve subscribed to the Falcon Alert text messages and found out this morning that both the 8th grade basketball games at home and the high school games at Smithton were canceled. Haven’t received any word if they’ll be rescheduled, … Continue reading

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Both Fayette teams lose nailbiters at Westran

Just got home from a long evening at Westran. Let’s take a quick look back at tonight’s action. Since today was a press day, I didn’t arrive until the end of the JV girls game, but I can tell you … Continue reading

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Harrisburg girls’ win streak ends at 34 games

Following up on last night’s contests, the inevitable finally happened. As head coach Dan Bachmeier predicted, his girls would not win every game this year. Harrisburg lost at Moberly 44-28, dropping its season record to 3-1. Meanwhile, the Spartans made … Continue reading

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Falcons split against Slater

Fayette opened its home schedule tonight against Slater. The Lady Falcons have started the season 0-3 with a 51-23 loss, although they were able to keep the game somewhat close until the very end. On the other end, the Fayette … Continue reading

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Day Six of the Glasgow Tournament

I ask you, could tonight have gotten any better? Three big games, all coming down to the wire and in a near-capacity filled gym in Glasgow. Well, I was 2-for-3 on predictions, but if I was going to miss one … Continue reading

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Day Five of the Glasgow Tournament

I just got done talking to Fayette head coach Chris Kendrick in his office about tonight’s game, so I apologize for the lateness of this post. Only three games tonight, but there was plenty of intensity to the end. Let’s … Continue reading

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Day Four of the Glasgow Tournament

Well, it looks like I went 3-for-4 on predictions again. After four days of tournament play, we’re now down to the trophy games. Let’s take a quick look back at tonight’s action, which didn’t get me out of Glasgow until … Continue reading

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Day Three of the Glasgow Tournament

The upset that took place tonight would not have been my first guess. After upsetting top-seeded Harrisburg as the No. 4 seed last season, Fayette was on the opposite end of an upset tonight. Cairo stunned Fayette with a 58-53 … Continue reading

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