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.
Bitner, Hill spark William Woods with 25 points each
MARSHALL — The William Woods University Owls redeemed themselves behind a sizzling shooting performance.
Will play at Palmyra in Class 2 semifinals next Friday night
First a blackout, then the knockout as the undefeated South Callaway Bulldogs cast out another high-profile opponent. After waiting out a power outage that delayed the start by almost an hour, third-ranked South Callaway ensured that its unprecedented playoff run would continue by suppressing fourth-ranked East Buchanan 21-8 in a Class 2 quarterfinal showdown between Bulldogs on Friday night.
When East Buchanan’s offense is operating at hyper-speed, it is guaranteed that time — and the football — will be flying. South Callaway’s defense has been a menacing maelstrom for opponents all season, and now its sights will be on slowing East Buchanan’s offensive blur when this battle between state-ranked, undefeated Bulldogs plays out tonight in the Class 2 quarterfinals. Kickoff is at 7 in Gower, located southeast of St. Joseph.
The William Woods University Owls baseball team, coming off its trip to the NAIA national tournament last year, was ranked No. 25 in the preseason NAIA Top 25 coaches’ poll released Tuesday.
Plays at No. 2-ranked, No. 1 seed Park tonight
The William Woods University Lady Owls volleyball team will get the opportunity to take down the top target.
South Callaway manhandles No. 7 Huskers
The South Callaway Bulldogs were equal to the moment and excelled in it, staking another memorable marker for their football program.
South Callaway, Lafayette County put unbeaten marks on the line for District 7 title
The South Callaway Bulldogs keep bumping into a barrier when it gets to this stage in the postseason. Cory Hanger is eager to bash through it.
Four players reached double figures Tuesday night, helping the William Woods University Lady Owls basketball team launch its season with an 81-69 victory over Missouri Valley College at Anderson Arena.
ELSAH, Ill. — The Westminster College Lady Blue Jays volleyball team stumbled in its regular-season finale Tuesday night and was swept by Principia College 25-19, 25-23 and 25-21 in SLIAC play.