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.
The visiting Williamsville Bullets varsity softball team exploded for nine runs in the fifth inning Monday and knocked off previously unbeaten Tri-City/Sangamon Valley 12-1.
Hayden Moore led four players in double figures with 15 points, and the host Williamsville varsity boys basketball team completed an unbeaten Sangamo Conference slate Friday night with a 53-46 win over Auburn.
Coach Nick Beard’s Williamsville varsity boys basketball team has more offensive weapons and balance than it has in the past, but the Bullets still hang their hat on their defense, and that was proven once again Tuesday night.
Lilly Doneghue scored her 1000th career point as part of a 16-point night, and the host Williamsville High School varsity girls basketball team whipped Sangamo Conference foe Maroa-Forsyth 52-42 Thursday night.
Grant Ripperda finished in second place and went over the 100-win mark, and the Riverton/Williamsville wrestling team competed at the rescheduled Marty Williams Invitational in Mahomet Monday.
Williamsville boys basketball coach Nick Beard was wary of long scoring droughts going into the Sangamon County Tournament final vs. Pleasant Plains Friday night at Cass Gym, and a particularly rough one in the second half helped doom the Bullets as the Cardinals claimed their third title in…
Williamsville High School boys basketball coach Nick Beard had a bad feeling going into halftime about his team’s game vs. Tremont Saturday night in the finals of the 25th annual Williamsville Holiday Tournament.
It only took one overtime this year, but the Williamsville Bullets varsity boys basketball team erased a 14-point third quarter deficit and edged past Pleasant Plains 56-53 Friday night at a packed and steamy Dave Root Court.
Williamsville High School Athletic Director Adam Eucker is headed to San Antonio later this month, where he will be presenting the professional development program that has been developed and instituted for the Williamsville coaching staffs in recent months before the National Athletic Direc…
Carlinville’s Kyle Dixon scored six touchdowns in the Cavaliers’ 40-7 win at Paxton-Buckley-Loda in the second round of the Class 3A football playoffs, so Williamsville coach Aaron Kunz was not going to let the talented senior beat his squad Saturday in Carlinville.
The Williamsville High School girls volleyball team won its first regional in three years Thursday night, as the third-seeded Bullets rolled past No. 2 seed Petersburg PORTA 25-21, 25-15.
Caroline Gwaltney led four Williamsville High School girls cross country runners in the top six with a second place finish, and the Bullets won the Sangamo Conference meet last Tuesday at Illini Central.
Williamsville football coach Aaron Kunz had high hopes for his offensive line this year, and if that unit replicates its performance Friday in future weeks, he will be quite the happy man.
The host Williamsville Junior High baseball team never trailed and claimed a 6-3 win over top seed Lincoln Magnet Monday in the Class 3A Williamsville Regional championship game.
Williamsville High School football coach Aaron Kunz said his team got “outplayed” in the first half against Athens in the Sangamo Conference season opener Friday night at Paul Jenkins Field, but the Bullets managed to still lead 14-8 at the half, then controlled play after halftime in a 33-1…
Williamsville senior first baseman Danielle Dennis said she was just trying to hit the ball hard and find a hole in the stout St. Joseph-Ogden defense with the Bullets down to their last strike in the Athens Supersectional Monday.
For the second time in three days, the Williamsville High School boys track team finished in second place at a major meet, with only Pleasant Plains in front of them.