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Today's Sports

  • Williston Middle wins baseball...

    FORT WHITE -- Time ran out on the undefeated Lake Butler Tigers middle school baseball team at Fort White Thursday evening.

    The Tigers were the number one seed going into the SMSAC tournament and were riding an undefeated regular season.

    The Williston Middle School Red Devils had lost to the Tigers by big numbers in their two regular season meetings.

    After downing Chiefland Middle School 9-0 the Red Devils were set to play in the championship game against the undefeated Tigers.

  • Stamper pitches gem as Red...

    It was nearly a perfect game for Lady Red Devil Pitcher Tori Stamper as she faced just 12 batters in order in the first four innings recording five strike outs and not allowing a ball hit out of the infield or a single base runner.

  • Sports calendar

    THURSDAY, APRIL 2

    High School Softball

    Williston vs. Cantonment Tate, 9 p.m. (at Kissimmee Klassic)

    High School Baseball

    Williston at Gainesville, 7 p.m. (Alachua County Tournament)

    FRIDAY, APRIL 3

    High School Baseball

    Williston vs. Palatka, 7 p.m. (at Gainesville, Alachua County Tournament)

    MONDAY, APRIL 6

    High School Weightlifting

    Sectional tournament at Fort White, 9 a.m.

    TUESDAY, APRIL 7

    High School Softball

    Dixie County at Williston, 7 p.m. (JV at 5)

    High School Baseball

  • Sports calendar

    FRIDAY, MARCH 27

    High School Softball

    Fort White at Williston, 7 p.m. (JV at 5)

    High School Weightlifting

    Subsection tourney at Williston, 9 a.m.

    TUESDAY, MARCH 31

    High School Baseball

    Fort White at Williston, 7 p.m. (JV at 4:30)

    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1

    High School Weightlifting

    Oak Hall at Williston, 4 p.m.

    THURSDAY, APRIL 2

    High School Softball

    Williston at Kissimmee Klassic

    High School Baseball

    Williston at Alachua County Tournament

    MONDAY, APRIL 6

  • Devils keep on winning in...

    The Bears learned a valuable lesson Tuesday night ... let sleeping Devils lie.

    Williston’s offense, somewhat dormant over the first three innings, came to life after one of the Devils was plunked in the helmet by a pitch, and the Red Devils went on to defeat Dixie County, 12-3, in a district game Tuesday night.

    Over the first three innings, Williston had managed only three hits and two runs. Tyrie Boyer had an RBI single in the second, scoring Brandon Scott who had walked and stolen second, and after a groundout, Caleb Medeiros singled to left to drive in a run.

  • P.K. defeats WHS softball team

    GAINESVILLE -- For the second time this season, the Williston Lady Red Devils softball team and the P.K. Yonge Blue Wave have gone to extra innings to determine the winner of their two games. The results have been the same in both games as far as winner and loser as the Blue Wave have won both games by one run to take sole possession of first place in district play.

    The Blue Wave came from behind in the eighth inning after a questionable call by the umpires to take a 10-9 win.

  • Middle school plays for baseball...

    Williston Middle School’s baseball team breezed past Chiefland, 9-0, on Monday night. The team is now looking forward to defending its district championship from a year ago as it travels to Fort White tonight, Thursday, to play in the championship game at 6 p.m.

  • Baseball team defeats P.K.

    GAINESVILLE - Williston’s baseball team scored early and often last Friday night, then held on for an 8-3 district win over P.K. Yonge.

    Derrick Milam pitched a complete game for the winners, and although he gave up 10 hits, they were scattered enough so they didn’t do that much damage.

    Charlie Hilton led the Red Devil bats. Hitting in the eight hole, he smashed an opposite field home run in the second and had a two-run single in the third to drive in a total of four runs.

  • Girls top Chiefland in key...

    For five innings the girls softball game played Friday evening, between the Chiefland Indians and the Williston Red Devils, was all it had been built up to be. After all, both teams were locked up in a three-way tie for the district lead with PK Yonge.

    The Red Devils had beaten Chiefland earlier in the season, PK Yonge beat the Red Devils, and the Indians beat the Blue Wave in the first round of district games.

  • Baseball team rips Crescent City

    PALATKA - There may be a lesson here - don’t make Williston’s baseball team wait around for a game that was supposed to start more than an hour earlier. It only serves to get the Red Devils fired up.

    Williston paid a visit to St. Johns River Community College Saturday afternoon to play Putnam County school Crescent City, but the earlier junior college game, while a thriller that was ended in the bottom of the ninth with an SJRCC grand slam, made the two high school teams sit around.