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Perfect South Callaway, three-time champion Lamar to collide for Class 2 title

MOKANE — This one shouldn’t need any over-the-top promotion.

Bulldogs' defense looks to bring down 'wall' on Tigers

MOKANE — The clash between the South Callaway Bulldogs’ unyielding run defense and the Lamar Tigers’ unique offensive attack will be a prominent story line in Saturday’s Class 2 state title game.

Blue Jays crush Central Christian, log first win

Senior guard Brandon Moore missed just one field goal to push Westminster to its first win of the season, a 74-38 triumph over the Central Christian College of the Bible Saints on Monday night at Westminster Gymnasium.

WWU’s Sanders, Wilson compete at NAIA cross country championships

Senior Lee Anna Sanders and junior Kaleb Wilson represented William Woods at the 35th-annual NAIA cross country championships on Saturday.

Westminster men tumble at Central Missouri

The Blue Jays’ 48-percent shooting performance wasn’t enough to push them past the defending NCAA Division II national champion Mules in a 91-68 on Saturday.

Johnson's post career high in William Woods' AMC win

Junior forward DJ Johnson’s career-high 25 points led all players as the Owls held off the Bulldogs 86-82 in their American Midwest Conference opener on Saturday at Anderson Arena.

Lady Wildcats bow to Centralia in their opener

Senior guard Mykaela Bonnett paced the Lady Wildcats with 19 points in a season-opening 49-42 loss to the Lady Panthers on Monday night.

Ladybirds fall to Hermann to open season

The North Callaway girls’ basketball team was outscored 11-4 in the fourth quarter in dropping its season opener to the Hermann Lady Bearcats 37-27 on Monday night.

Bulldogs' defense making life on run miserable

South Callaway limits Palmyra to 63 yards on ground in Class 2 semifinal victory

The South Callaway Bulldogs’ disruptive defense doesn’t need any fancy schemes when it comes to disabling an opponent’s running game.

Callahan's double-double pushes William Woods to AMC win

Freshman guard Nikki Callahan finished with a double-double and the Lady Owls ran their winning streak to five games with a 98-31 AMC dismantling of the Lady Bulldogs on Saturday at Anderson Arena.

Lady Owls’ bow to No. 8 Northwestern Ohio in NAIA Opening Round

William Woods couldn’t muster enough offense to prolong its season. The Lady Owls posted four shots on goal and five attempts overall in a 4-0 loss to the No. 8 University of Northwestern Ohio Racers in the NAIA Opening Round on Saturday.

No. 3 ‘Dogs push past Panthers in Class 2 semifinal

Will play three-time defending state champion for crown next Saturday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis

Thanks to a typically stout performance by its defense, No. 3-ranked South Callaway is St. Louis-bound with their eyes on state hardware. The Bulldogs punched their ticket to the program’s first-ever Class 2 state football championship with a 27-2 semifinal triumph over the Palmyra Panthers on Saturday at Palmyra Middle School.

No. 19 Missouri continues bid for SEC East title

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The situation is clear-cut for No. 19 Missouri.

Chiefs fall to previously winless Raiders 24-20

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Kansas City overcame a flat start that put them in a 14-point hole to take the lead midway through the fourth quarter against the Oakland Raiders.

No. 3 Bulldogs' success byproduct of their history

First-ever trip to state title game on the line Saturday in Class 2 semifinal at Palmyra

MOKANE — As the South Callaway Bulldogs ponder the potential and proximity of the opportunity, head coach Tim Rulo thinks back to predecessors and their groundwork.

Five Westminster players earn all-UMAC recognition

Senior Joe Plassmeyer and sophomores Kyree Hart and Mike Washington picked up first-team, all-Upper Midwest Athletic Conference honors Wednesday. Senior Kyle Bryant and junior Bret Robertson both received second-team accolades.

Lady Owls roll through Stephens in AMC opener

Sparked by a 21-0 run to start the game, William Woods opened its American Midwest Conference schedule with a dominating 76-30 triumph over the Stephens College Stars on Thursday night.

This Week in the SEC for Nov. 22, 2014

Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014.

Owls ride remarkable shooting effort to win at Missouri Valley

Bitner, Hill spark William Woods with 25 points each

MARSHALL — The William Woods University Owls redeemed themselves behind a sizzling shooting performance.

Three WWU players to compete in national tourney next month

Senior Julian Taylor and sophomores David Houlding and Billy McKenzie will represent the Owls at the second-annual Patriot All-America Invitational from Dec. 27-31 at the Wigwam Gold golf course in Lichtfield Park, Arizona.