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ST. LOUIS — The William Woods Owls totaled 43 runs on 39 hits Monday, routing the Harris-Stowe State Hornets 17-0 and 26-0 in an American Midwest Conference doubleheader.

In Game 1, 14 of the Owls' 16 hits were singles. Devyn Burton hit a two-run home run to left field in the third inning and Katie Gaus opened the fourth with a double for the team's only extra-base hits.

William Woods scored 10 runs in the third inning to pull away to a 13-0 lead.

Ashlyn Towery pitched a no-hitter for the Owls. She struck out seven and walked three in five innings.

Hanna Knipp (North Callaway High School) went 4-for-5 with a pair of RBI to lead the hitting attack for the Owls. Burton finished 3-for-4 with five RBI and Gaus also finished with three hits.

Mia Santos and Lindy Wilson each had two hits and two RBI, while Emma Taylor drove in a pair of runs. Gaus and Bri Devellano each scored three runs.

In Game 2, William Woods scored six runs in the first inning, 11 in the third and nine in the fourth. Of the team's 23 hits, 19 were singles.

Ally Mahoney hit a grand slam to left field in the top of the first inning. Jaden Swift, Taylor and Wilson each had a double for the Owls.

Mahoney went 3-for-5 with five RBI, while Mallory Feldewerth had two hits and four RBI. Celeste Sermeno, Swift and Taylor each had three hits and three RBI for William Woods.

Also for the Owls, Sydney Wilbeck finished with three hits and two RBI, Wilson had two hits and two RBI, Sarah Ostertag posted three hits and Devellano had two RBI. Sermeno also scored a team-high four runs.

Alexis Hassler pitched the first two innings for William Woods, striking out three. Kalee Wall tossed the final three innings and allowed two hits while striking out five.

William Woods (16-20, 8-8 AMC) will wrap up the regular season today with a makeup doubleheader against Health Sciences and Pharmacy that has been moved from Fulton to St. Louis. First pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m.

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