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Owls remain in pursuit of AMC baseball title with Benedictine sweep

The William Woods University Owls’ hunt for an American Midwest Conference regular-season title stayed alive thanks to a pair of closely-contested wins.

Westminster suffers regular-season ending loss to Stephens

The Lady Blue Jays closed out their regular season with a close 5-4 non-conference loss to the Stars on Tuesday.

Westminster topples Webster in SLIAC play

The Blue Jays climbed back to .500 in St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play with a 6-3 victory over the Gorloks on Wednesday.

Three WWU athletes pick up AMC weekly honors

Senior Lee Anna Sanders and freshman Madelyn Scrivner made it a clean sweep of the American Midwest Conference Female Athlete of the Week honors for the Lady Owls on Monday.

Lady Blue Jays drop twinbill despite complete-game outings

A pair of complete-game pitching efforts weren’t enough to help the Westminster Lady Blue Jays fend off a doubleheader sweep.

Bulldogs, Wildcats log top-10 team finishes at Southern Boone

New Bloomfield sophomore Gannon Withers and South Callaway junior Logan Taylor each posted top-15 individual scores to medal at the eighth-annual Southern Boone Golf Classic on Wednesday at Eagle Knoll Golf Club.

Bulldogs place first, Lady Bulldogs second at Show-Me Conference meet

South Callaway seniors Mason Shoemaker won three events and Cory Hanger logged a pair of individual victories to power the Bulldogs to a team title at the Show-Me Conference Championships on Wednesday.

Fulton suffers NCMC setback to Moberly

Sophomore catcher Isaiah Pani supplied two of the Hornets’ five hits in stumbling to the Spartans 2-1 in North Central Missouri Conference play on Thursday.

T-Birds leave too many on in EMO loss

The North Callaway Thunderbirds’ inability to bring in runners hindered any chance of securing an EMO home triumph.

Bulldogs hand head football job to Hess

“Prepared” is an adjective some use when describing Zack Hess.

Fulton shuts out Liberty for first win of the season

The Hornets broke into the win column behind their convincing 9-0 shutout of the Eagles on Tuesday.

Fennewald, Shikles power New Bloomfield past Belle

Back-to-back home runs from junior third baseman Tyler Fennewald and junior catcher Derek Shikles in the top of the first inning powered the Wildcats to a 10-7 victory, their first win of the season Monday night.

Errors thwart North Callaway in EMO loss to Clopton

The Thunderbirds were plagued by six errors in Tuesday night’s 4-2 Eastern Missouri Conference loss to the unbeaten Hawks.

Hornets stay hot, sink state-ranked Boonville

Fulton has won three in a row, six of its last eight

Fulton head coach Darren Masek and his Hornets baseball team have every reason to be pleased with their present position.

Hanger, Bulldogs cruise to win

Senior almost hits for cycle as South Callaway stays unbeaten

Knowing he was a triple short of the cycle, Cory Hanger’s strategy for his next at-bat was simple.

Westminster rolls to SLIAC win over Fontbonne

Junior Jessica Klutts — a Fulton graduate — picked up a victory at No. 1 singles as the Lady Blue Jays cruised to a 9-0 SLIAC triumph over the Lady Griffins on Saturday at Elder Tennis Courts.

Strough, Westminster shut out Fontbonne

Sophomore Scott Strough (Fulton) logged wins at No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles, respectively, as the Blue Jays blanked the Griffins 9-0 in SLIAC play on Saturday at Elder Tennis Courts.

Westminster’s Houston sets three more program records

Freshman Anna Houston built on her record-breaking efforts last week by establishing three more Lady Blue Jay marks at the Darrel Gourley Open on Saturday.

WWU’s Zink, Dos Santos, Sanders qualify for NAIA Outdoor Nationals

Owl senior Nick Zink and junior teammate Gabriel Dos Santos each secured a slot at the NAIA Outdoor National Championship with their respective performances at the Darrel Gouley Open on Saturday.

Westminster, Blackburn split SLIAC twinbill

Sophomore pitcher Alyson Hahn threw a complete game and belted a home run to help her cause as the Lady Blue Jays topped the Beavers and earn a SLIAC doubleheader split on Saturday. Westminster (9-13, 6-3 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) won the closing game 8-1, while the Blue Jays bowed 7-5 in the opener.