Lady Owls senior guard Blake French picked up a second consecutive all-American Midwest Conference second-team selection on Monday.
The 19th-ranked Lady Owls have now won four of their last five games after sweeping the Lady Wildcats in a doubleheader on Tuesday at Backer Sports Complex.
The No. 25 William Woods Owls opened their home schedule in style by continuing their recent surge. The Owls registered their seventh straight win by disposing of the Culver-Stockton Wildcats 4-2 on Tuesday afternoon at Backer Sports Complex.
Sophomore Scott Strough (Fulton High) prevailed in the No. 6 singles matchup of the Blue Jays' 6-3 loss to the Warriors on Saturday.
The Lady Blue Jays were outhit 15-9 in a 9-5 loss to the Lady Chargers on Sunday at Backer Sports Complex.
The No. 19 Lady Owls yielded six unanswered runs in bowing to the Lady Chargers 7-1 on Sunday at Backer Sports Complex.
Senior designated hitter Dustin Kremer’s sacrifice fly pushed home the decisive run in the Owls’ 8-7 win over the Wildcats on Saturday.
The Blue Jays surrendered five runs in the top of the ninth inning of an 11-8 loss to the Prairie Wolves on Monday at Hickman High School.
Madeline Emme, Lee Anna Sanders, Nick Zink and Adam Smith represented William Woods at the NAIA Indoor National Championships over the weekend.
The William Woods Lady Owls’ offensive futility in the second half resulted an earlier-than-desired exit from the American Midwest Conference tournament.
Four double-figure scorers weren’t enough for the No. 8 seed Owls in their season-ending 80-62 loss to the top-seeded and fourth-ranked Lions in the quarterfinals of the American Midwest Conference postseason tournament Friday night.
The Lady Hornets painted themselves into a late corner again, but they couldn’t come up with a finishing rally to extend their season.
Jaramillo buzzer-beater sends rival Mexico past Fulton 64-62
Everything went the way of the Fulton Hornets in the final 40 seconds of Thursday night’s Class 4, District 8 semifinal against the rival Mexico Bulldogs. Everything, that is, except the end result.
The Williams Woods University Lady Owls sizzled at the beginning and then had to survive at the end.
Junior first baseman Jordan Dey hit four home runs and drove in nine runs last weekend for the Owls and was selected American Midwest Conference player of the week Monday.
Sophomore center Kennedy Volkart, averaging a double-double in the Lady Owls’ conference wins last week over Columbia College and Missouri Baptist University, was named American Midwest Conference player of the week Monday.
DJ Johnson made sure the William Woods University Owls made it to the next round of the American Midwest Conference postseason tournament.
The Blue Jays notched a trio of singles wins in a 6-3 loss to the Tigers on Saturday.
The No. 25 Owls toppled the Crimson Wave 5-3 on Saturday to complete a four-game sweep.
The Lady Blue Jays were outhit 9-4 in a 7-0 loss to the Lady Bears on Saturday.