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Today's Sports

  • Red Devils claim victory on...

    Nine seniors were honored April 19 when the Williston Red Devils baseball team took on Chiefland Indians during the last regular season home game.
    Holding a 6-3 lead after  four complete innings of play, Head Coach Scott Hall began to pull the senior players following every out by the defense. The seniors were replaced by rarely used varsity players and junior varsity players that were brought up to the varsity squad following the end of the junior varsity season two weeks ago.

  • Lady Indians outslug Red Devils

    Thirty-nine runs crossed home plate April 10 before the Lady Indians took down Williston’s Lady Red Devils in a 21-18 win. 

    After the Red Devils scored two runs in the top of the first inning off a two RBI single by Jasilyn Williams, Chiefland’s Taylore Fuller led off the bottom of the first inning with a home run on a ball hit off the fence in the corner of the right field alley.

     Mychayla Franklin collected another RBI for the Lady Indians to tie the game at 2-2 after one full inning of play. 

  • Strange homerun seals Lady Red...

    Senior Akiria Strange lifted the Williston Lady Red Devils to their third win of the season with a three-run homerun that cleared the fence by 5 feet. 

    With two runners on base and trailing the Lady Bears 5-4, Strange blasted her first home run of the year for the senior night win. 

    Strange has played in right field for the Lady Red Devils this year.  The three-run homerun lifted the Lady Red Devils to a 7-5 win over the Dixie County Lady Bears.

  • Red Devils down Tigers in...

    The 13 and 2 Williston Red Devil Baseball team hosted a non district Dunnellon team on Thursday night March 29, at the Devils Den.
    Justin Baker 5-0 on the season took the mound for the Red Devils.
    The Red Devils scored in every inning as they plated 1 run in the first and a run in the second for a 2-0 lead in the game. Baker struck out the side in the first inning, and added another strike out in the second inning of the game for the Red Devils.

  • Red Devils take regular season...

    With just four district games remaining that don’t come until the month of April, the Williston Red Devil baseball team moved atop the regular season district Friday night.
    The Red Devils faced the Fort White Indians at the Devils Den March 16, intent on getting revenge for their only district loss of the season.
    The game was tied at 0-0 after two complete innings of play before the Red Devils opened the gates in the bottom of the third inning.

  • Williston’s Red Devils tame the...

    In a Monday night baseball game, the Williston Red Devil's–after a slow start–turned their hitters loose on the Union County Tigers with a big fifth inning.
    The Tigers threatened to take an early lead as they left at least two base runners on base in the first three innings.
     The Red Devil defense stepped up each inning in the early going and kept the game scoreless through the first three innings.

  • Red Devils fall in championship

    For the third straight year, the Williston Red Devils boys’ basketball team under Head Coach Steve Faulkner played their way to the regional final game.

  • Diamond Red Devils seized by...

    The Williston boy's baseball team hosted the Crystal River Pirates Feb. 23, at the Devils home field.

  • Red Devils claim regular season...

    By Steve Jarboe
    Contributing Writer
    The Williston Red Devils won the class 4A regular season District Jan. 27,  as they defeated the Bradford Tornadoes 69-58.
    The Red Devils will host the district playoffs for the third straight year winning the regular season district.
    The Red Devils jumped out to a quick lead as they held the 6'10” Bradford center Justin McBride to just seven first half points.

  • Saturday deadline to register...

    This is the last week to register for WYAA spring sports.
    Register at the field Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon.
    SPORTS:
    Soccer Pups- $40
    Soccer- $50 for returning players with uniforms, $65 for new players
    Tee Ball- $75
    Baseball- $75
    Softball- $75