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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.

Fulton’s Pani logs win at McCush Relays

Lady Hornets freshman Kate Pani prevailed in the girls’ long jump — Fulton’s only first-place finish — at the McCush Relays on Friday.

William Woods, Freed-Hardeman split AMC twinbill

Sophomore designated player Beth Begemann’s 3-for-3 effort helped the Owls clip the Lady Lions 5-3 and salvage an AMC doubleheader split Friday.

Westminster claims SLIAC sweep over Blackburn

The Blue Jays pushed their winning streak to five games with a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference sweep of the Beavers on Thursday at Saucier Field.

Owls’ Cook, Zink claim top two spots in 400 at Mule Relays

William Woods University junior Rhett Cook won the men’s400 meters and senior Nick Zink finished second at the University of Central Missouri Mule Relays on Friday.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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