The Williamsville High School 3200 relay foursome of Will Budinger, Drew Mirabile, Avery Glasgow and Nolan Bates set a new school record at the Class 1A state meet Saturday in Charleston.
Williamsville freshman Louisa Wilson broke her own school record Saturday at the Class 1A state track meet in Charleston and finished in ninth place overall.
Grayson Mirabile added to her school record goal totals Saturday as the host Williamsville High School girls soccer team blanked St. Thomas More 4-0 to win its own Class 1A regional.
Grayson Mirabile netted a hat trick to give her 100 career goals, and the visiting Williamsville High School girls soccer team drilled North Mac 5-1 Thursday.
Williamsville girls basketball coach B.J. Halford knew his team had to handle the pressure of Quincy Notre Dame to have a chance to pull off a win in the finals of the Class 2A Sacred Heart-Griffin Regional Friday night.
The Riverton/Tri-City/Williamsville wrestling team competed at the Class 2A Jacksonville Regional Saturday, and of the eight competitors, three advanced to sectional and three more are alternates.
Maddie Roberts scored a career high 33 points, and the host Williamsville High School girls basketball team rallied from a 13-point deficit to edge past Olympia 61-59 Saturday at the Sangamo/Illini Prairie Shootout at Dave Root Court.
The Williamsville High School girls basketball team outscored top seed Pleasant Plains 15-2 in the second quarter Friday night en route to a 43-31 win over the Cardinals in the championship game of the Sangamon County Tournament at Pawnee.
The Williamsville Bullets varsity boys basketball team hit as many 3-pointers as the Riverton Hawks scored points (six) in the second half as Nick Beard’s squad rolled to a 54-19 win over Matt Mead’s bunch Friday night in the consolation championship game of the Sangamon County Tournament.
The New Berlin Pretzels varsity boys basketball team scored the first 10 points of the game and never trailed, but had to survive a furious Williamsville rally in the final stanza before holding on for a 50-44 win on the opening night of the Sangamon County Tournament at Cass Gym.
All-tournament team member Maddie Roberts tallied 26 points, and the Williamsville High School girls basketball team recovered from a tough loss to open the Carlinville Holiday Tournament to defeat Greenfield-Northwestern 55-48 Thursday to claim the championship.
Hunter Riley scored 21 points, including the game-winning basket with 1:47 remaining, as the sixth-seeded Williamsville High School varsity boys basketball team finished the game on a 12-2 run to steal a 46-44 win over Havana on the first day of the Williamsville Holiday Tournament.
Maddie Roberts scored 27 points and Char Gleason 15, and the visiting Williamsville High School girls basketball varsity team turned 20 Riverton turnovers into 29 points last Thursday in a 53-37 Sangamo Conference win.
The Williamsville High School varsity boys basketball team erased a 10-point deficit in the final four minutes of the third period, but never took the lead in the final stanza as the host Pleasant Plains Cardinals claimed a 61-58 Sangamo Conference win Friday night.
Williamsville football coach Aaron Kunz felt pretty good going into halftime despite being down 14-7 at Tolono Unity Saturday, but the second half proved to be a different story.
Williamsville High School football coach Aaron Kunz emphasized the importance of a quick start this week against the visiting Fairfield Mules, especially after a poor start last week against the Beardstown Tigers.
Williamsville freshman Louisa Wilson set a new school record and finished third at the Class A state cross country meet Saturday at Peoria’s Detweiller Park.
The phrase “survive and advance,” made famous in an ESPN 30 for 30 about North Carolina State and its late coach Jim Valvano, could have applied to Aaron Kunz’s Williamsville Bullet football team Saturday.
Louisa Wilson won the Class 1A Elmwood Sectional Saturday for the Williamsville High School girls cross country team and helped lead the Bullets to a team berth at state this weekend at Peoria’s Detweiller Park.
The second-seeded Beardstown varsity soccer team scored twice in the second overtime, and the Tigers defeated No. 3 seed Williamsville 3-1 Saturday in the finals of the Class 1A Williamsville Regional.
Brooklyn Holdener had nine kills and Riley Holliday 23 assists as the host Williamsville High School varsity volleyball team defeated Deer Creek-Mackinaw 25-19, 25-20 last Wednesday.
Jake Seman threw for 297 yards and three scores, and Will Kistner scored three straight touchdowns as the visiting Williamsville Bullets varsity football team raced past North Mac 52-28 Friday.
Cameron Frye scored four goals to become the all-time single season and career record holder, and the visiting Williamsville Bullets boys soccer team finished off an unbeaten Sangamo Conference slate with a 4-0 win at Athens Thursday.
The Williamsville Bullets football team wants to play at a blazing pace on offense, but after a huge defensive stop early in the fourth quarter Friday night vs. Maroa-Forsyth at Paul Jenkins Field, Aaron Kunz’s team showed patience, and they ran off the final eight-plus minutes in a 21-14 vi…
Dalton Root had three hits and three ribbies, and Dax Buttry struck out six in six innings as the Williamsville Junior High baseball team drilled New Berlin 9-1 Saturday to win the Class 3A Glenwood Sectional.
Cameron Frye netted a hat trick and had two assists, and Jorge de Castro added a pair of goals as the Williamsville High School varsity boys soccer team routed St. Teresa 8-0 last Tuesday in Macon County.
The Williamsville Bullets boys soccer team scored the only goal in the first half Saturday in the championship game of the Four Corners Classic, but SHG netted three unanswered goals in the second half to claim a 3-1 win.
Elle Smithers tossed a three-inning perfect game with seven strikeouts, and the host Williamsville Junior High softball team ripped Lincoln Magnet 15-0 last Wednesday.
Williamsville’s F.J. Simpson qualified for the boys state track meet in Charleston this Thursday in both the shot put and discus at the Maroa-Forsyth Class 1A Sectional held at Millikin last Friday.
Tylie Barton finished with four hits and six RBI last Wednesday as the Williamsville Bullets varsity softball team drilled visiting New Berlin 16-6 in six innings.
The Williamsville Bullets football team did not get the chance to repeat as Class 3A state champions because of the shortened season, but Aaron Kunz said the seniors’ legacy is “cemented” in the annals of Bullet football.
In this week's Sun-Times, the school board story said that the baseball, softball, and soccer fields will all be getting lights as part of the construction upgrades. However, those items were on an older 'alternate' list, and have since been removed from the construction plans. The newspaper…
Williamsville football coach Aaron Kunz admitted this year has been different, but practices going into the Maroa-Forsyth game Saturday were the best they had been all year, and that carried over to Saturday as the Bullets blitzed the host Trojans 59-28 at Walter Boyd Field in a matchup on S…
The host Williamsville Bullets football team forced five turnovers in the first half and scored the final 41 points of the game Friday to roll past Auburn 65-12 at Paul Jenkins Field.
It was not quite the state championship comeback vs. Byron, but Conor McCormick marched the Williamsville Bullets football team down the field Friday night for a game-winning score with just 36 seconds left as the Bullets rallied past North Mac 42-35 in Sangamo Conference action.
Stephen Gleason ran for 188 yards on only six carries, and the Williamsville High School defense allowed New Berlin only 24 yards rushing Friday night in a 55-0 Sangamo Conference win at Paul Jenkins Field.
The Williamsville High School varsity football team needed only 59 seconds to score its first touchdown, and the Bullets rolled from there in a 64-20 rout of host Du Quoin Saturday at Van Metre Field.
Sam McCoy led three players in double figures with 13 points, and the Williamsville Bullets varsity boys basketball team ended its season at 9-5 after defeating host Midwest Central 53-45 Friday.
Hunter Riley finished with 15 points and 17 rebounds, and the Williamsville varsity boys basketball team overcame some shaky free throw shooting late and held off Riverton 54-48 Friday at Dave Root Court.