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.
Ty Beck scored all 19 of his points in the first half, including five 3-pointers, and the host Williamsville Bullets varsity boys basketball team cruised past Tri-City 62-27 Friday night.
Led by three finishers in the top six, the Williamsville High School boys golf team took second at the Illini Bluffs Regional Tuesday in Bartonville to clinch a spot in the sectional all the way up in Sherrard Monday.
Izzy Nowack fanned a dozen and gave up only two hits, and the Williamsville Junior High softball team finished its season at 11-1 after routing Lincoln Magnet 8-1 in a regional final Saturday.
Ryan Mendenhall tossed a two-hitter and struck out five, and the Williamsville Junior High baseball team finished its season at 12-2 Saturday with a 2-0 regional title win over Rochester.
The Quincy St. Peter seventh grade volleyball team did not trail past the midway point of the first game Monday night and remained unbeaten in 22 matches after defeating Williamsville 25-18, 25-17 in the Lincoln Sectional.
Williamsville High School boys basketball coach Nick Beard thought a third quarter-ending triple just before the horn by SHG’s Jack Thoma was so key to the rest of the game that he mentioned it multiple times in his postgame interview.
Williamsville boys basketball coach Nick Beard would have liked his chances to stay close if he knew that Riverton stars Travis Hogan and Spencer Yoggerst would each finish with six points Tuesday night in their Sangamo Conference clash at Dave Root Court.
The host Williamsville Bullets varsity boys basketball team could not overcome 17 first half turnovers and 1-for-17 shooting from beyond the arc Monday, losing to East Peoria 48-37 in the consolation championship of the Williamsville Holiday Tournament.
The host Williamsville Bullets varsity boys basketball team blew a 15-point lead in the third quarter, but scored the last 10 points of the game Friday to claim a 60-50 win over Tri-City.
Lexy Henrikson’s conventional 3-point play with 1:36 left broke a 45-45 tie, and that score held up as the visiting Williamsville High School varsity girls basketball team snuck past Riverton 48-45 Thursday.
Lexy Henrikson scored 15 points, including six in overtime, and the visiting Williamsville Bullets varsity girls basketball team to a 43-41 overtime win at Athens Thursday in Sangamo Conference action.
Williamsville High School football coach Aaron Kunz used the words “ugly” and “spooky” to describe part of his squad’s game at Quincy Notre Dame in the Class 3A semifinals Saturday, but he can also call it something else: A win.
His Williamsville High School football team was “down and really bummed out” at halftime despite a 21-7 lead, coach Aaron Kunz said, but the Bullets regained their mojo after halftime and rolled to a 56-28 win over visiting Vandalia in a Class 3A quarterfinal game at Paul Jenkins Field Saturday.
In years past, the week of parent/teacher conferences has “been a thorn in our side,” Williamsville High School football coach Aaron Kunz said Saturday after his Bullets ripped Du Quoin 48-14 in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs, but not this time.
The host Williamsville Bullets football team scored on its first five possessions Saturday and cruised to a 54-26 Class 3A playoff win over St. Joseph-Ogden in a game not nearly as close as the score indicated.
Conor McCormick completed all 10 of his passes for 178 yards and four touchdowns, and the visiting Williamsville High School varsity football team pummeled Pittsfield 55-14 Friday.
The Williamsville Junior High girls cross country team won the Class 2A Rushville-Industry Sectional Saturday and will compete at the state meet this weekend at Normal’s Maxwell Park.
Maroa-Forsyth coach Josh Jostes was obviously pleased when Bryson Boes scored the go-ahead touchdown for his Trojans late in the fourth quarter Friday at Williamsville’s Paul Jenkins Field.
The visiting Williamsville Junior High baseball team exploded for 14 runs in the final three innings Monday and whipped Bloomington 21-9 in its season opener. WJH trailed 8-7 heading to the fifth before netting four runs in that frame and the seventh along with six markers in the sixth.
Maddie Murphy struck out 14 in her one-hitter, and the Williamsville High School softball team won its 13th straight regional title Saturday, 2-0 over PORTA in Pittsfield.