Junior guard Noah Riley led the Knights with 17 points and Wunder contributed 13. Owings scored eight points and added four rebounds and six blocks for the Knights (10-2, 5-1 CCAL), who won their third in a row and ninth in the last 10 games.
Savannah Brooks had 14 points to lead Springdale (3-6), which used an aggressive style on defense to fluster Linden Hall early on. The visitors re-grouped, however, and fed their frontcourt players in the second half.
Junior guard Katelyn Heffner commanded the Falcons on offense with a game-high 14 points. Veronica Paylor scored eight, and Emily Kowalski and Sophia Barnes notched seven points apiece for the Falcons (4-7, 3-2 CCAL).
The Owls had to pull themselves out of an 11-1 first-quarter deficit to finally find their rhythm, but their resiliency shined as they mounted a comeback to defeat the Lions 50-46, good for their fourth straight win this winter.
WM reeled off seven consecutive wins to take command of the match. Zach Kirby, Hunter Merson, Luke Chmar, Cayden Beard, Sebastian Springfield, and Brady Forte each won with pins, and Winters Mill led 41-9 with four bouts remaining.
Sexton said he is most proud of his national championship-winning performance at the AAU Red-White-Blue National Championships that took place in Coral Springs, Florida, in May 2018. He dived using a platform to hit just the way he intended in order to capture the title.