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April 13, 2013

Friday's local scores and glances

DANVILLE — PREP BASEBALL

At Danville Stadium

Schlarman 7, Milford 4


Milford    100    020    1    —      4      6      3

Schlarman    300    301    x    —     7     8     2

WP — Dalton Dieu. LP — Clayton Rieches. Save — Riley Jones . Two or more hits — D: Jacob Henning S: Emmitt Black 3, Jones. 2B — M: Ryley Ward, Henning, Randy White S: Black, Dieu. 3B — S: Jones. RBIs — M: Ward, Henning, Alex Portwood S: Black 2, Jones 2, Dieu, Nathan Combs.

Records — Schlarman 3-8 overall, 3-1 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Bismarck

Salt Fork 14, Bismarck-Henning 0


Salt Fork    426    02        —      14      8      1

Bis-Henn    000    00        —     0     0     6

WP — Ross Learnard. LP — Dustyn Ingram. Two or more hits — SF: Cole Taylor, Cole Sanford. 2B — SF: Colton Baird. RBIs — SF: Learnard 3, Lane Weston 3, Cole Taylor 2, Sanford 2, Eakle, Garrett McFadden, Baird.

Records — Bismarck-Henning 3-4 overall.

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At Potomac

Oakwood 15, Armstrong-Potomac 4


Oakwood    321    342        —    15    8    1

A-P    003    100        —    4    6    2

WP — Cameron Cawley. LP — Wade Rogers (0-2). Two or more hits — Oak: Davin Miles 3; A-P: Dentler Loschen. 2B — Oak: Jake England, Austin McCarty. RBIs — Oak: Miles 3, McCarty 3, Kyle Girton 3, England 2, Kalob Thompson, Johnson; A-P: Rogers, Jon Snyder, Austin Smith.

Records — Oakwood 6-1 overall; 4-0 in the Vermilion Valley Conference; Armstrong-Potomac 0-7, 0-5.

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PREP SOFTBALL

At Danville

Westville 11 Danville 8


Westville    420    104    0    —      11      5      3

Danville    001    120    4    —     8     5     12

WP — Carson Richardson. LP — Chloe Davis. Two or more hits — W: Dani Gabhart D: Lindsey Loewenstein. 2B — D: Gabehart, Bobbi Morris. 3B — W: Ashley Hoffman. HR — D: Kristi Burghart. RBIs — W: Morris 2, Ji’Cee Lacey 2, Hoffman D: Loewenstein 2, Burghart 2.

Records — Danville 3-6 overall

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At Armstrong

Armstrong-Potomac 11, Oakwood 10


Oakwood    001    007    2    —      10      8      5

A-P    051    111    2    —     11     13     6

WP — Morgan Zindars (4-3). LP — Breanna Wright (1-4). Two or more hits — O: Kaylee Moreman AP: Megan Porter 3, Zindars, Hillary, Mariah Ellett, Ashley Gayheart. 2B — AP: Zindars. HR — AP: Hillary. RBIs — O: Moreman, Madison Carleton, Kathleen Townley, Nikki Weyah, Wright, Lexi Stacy AP: Zindars 4, Porter 3, Hillary 2, Gayheart.

Records — Oakwood 1-6 overall, 1-3 in Vermilion Valley Conference, Armstrong-Potomac 4-4, 2-3.

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At Georgetown

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 14, Hoopeston Area 4


Hoopeston Area    000    31        —      4      4      6

GRFC    642    11        —     14     9     4

WP — Lexi Silva (8-1). LP — Rylee Martin. Two or more hits — HA: Karena Colunga GRFC: Brittany Hay 3, Catie Brandt, Megan Burris. 2B — HA: Hailee Swinford GRFC: Hay, Brandt, Madison Cramer. 3B — GRFC: Burris. HR — GRFC: Hay. RBIs — GRFC: Brandt, Tristyn Mingee 2, Hay, Hall, Burris, Silva, Cramer.

Records — Hoopeston Area 4-7 overall, 1-4 in Vermilion Valley Conference, GRFC 9-1, 6-0.

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At Attica, Ind.

Covington 20, Attica 9


Covington    052    111     (10)    —      20      17      4

Attica    310    032    0    —     9     8     6

WP — Regan Foster (1-1). LP — Torrie Ward. Two or more hits — A: Carly Stoll C: Kendra Wallace 3, Foster 3, Mallory Ponder 3. 2B — C: Ponder, Wallace, Macie Cooper. HR — A: Stoll 2, Kaylynn Kirkpatric. RBIs — A: Stoll 5, Kirkpatrick C: Wallace 6, Ponder 3, Larsen 3, Cooper 2, Hanson, Foster.

Records — Covington 2-2 overall

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PREP GIRLS TENNIS

At Covington, Ind.

Seeger 4, Covington 1


Singles — Miranda Synesael (S) def. Bailey Hill 6-2, 6-1; Mackensey Sorrell (C) def. Kiley Swisher 6-3, 6-3; Shelby Brown (S) def. Morgan Brown 7-5, 6-7 (3-7) 6-1.

Doubles — Bridget McGowen-Emmie Stevens (S) def. Lauren Paddock-Meghan Lowe 6-1, 6-3; Becky Middleton-Jessi Middleton (S) def. Chloe Shields-Raenen Pettit 6-1, 6-4.

Records — Seeger 2-0 overall, Covington 2-1.

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PREP GIRLS TRACK

At Bloomington

Lady Raider Invite


Team results — 1. Danville 89, 2. Normal West 79, 3. Normal Community 72, 4. Springfield Southeast 52, 5. Normal University 51, 6. Springfield 40, 7. Bloomington 37, 8. Champaign Central 22, 9. Galesburg 10, 10, Pontiac 18

Individual results

Long jump — 1. Brion Portis (SSE) 16-5, 2. Michaela Jones (D) 16-2

Triple jump — 1. Kayla Kitt (Peoria Manual) 36-10½, 2. Portis 35-2, 3. Jones 34-1

High jump — 1. Katie Shifflet (NW)5-2, 16. Imani Hall (D) 4-0

Shot Put — 1. Gabi Jacobs (NU) 39-7, 9. Ashley Forthenberry (D) 32-8

Discus — 1. Jacobs 136-9, 10. Brittney Issac (D) 95-0

Pole Vault — 1. Sara Bell (Bloomington Central Catholic) 11-00

100 meters — 1. Aarion Owens (B) 12.71, 2. Emone Davis (D) 12.76

200 meters — 1. Sharon Mainor (Central) 26.59, 2. Joriel Stewart (D) 26.93

400 meters — 1. Nicole Dentzman (Lanphier) 59.76, 5. Alexis Hoskins (D) 1:02.92

800 meters — 1. Rachel Johnson (NC) 2:26.5529. Ariyanna Reed (D) 2:58.92

100 hurdles — 1. Alexus Jimson-Miller  (D) 15.08

300 hurdles — 1. Jimson-Miller 46.98

1,600 — 1. Emily Breisfoard (NW) 5:15.85, 6. Sadie Elliott (D) 5:39.94

3,200 — 1. Breisfoard 11:08.31, 4. Elliott 11:46.69

400 relay — 1. Danville (Ambrosia Williams, Jimson-Miller, Stewart, Davis) 50.10

800 relay — 1. Danville (Davis, Williams, Stewart, Arionna Graham) 1:48.65

1,600 relay — 1. Normal Community 4:10.08, 2. Danville (Hoskins, Lashay Grubbs, Imani Hall, Jimson-Miller) 4:14.71

3,200 relay — 1. Springfield Sacred-Heart Griffin 10:14.77

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COLLEGE BASEBALL

At Champaign

Parkland College 8,

Danville Area Community College 5


DACC    000    203    000    —      5      5      4

Parkland    000    000    08x    —     8     6     6

WP — Lesiak. LP — Alec Neal. Save — Weber. Two or more hits — D: Mark Keller P: Herrera. 2B — D: Keller P: Herrerra. RBIs — D: Keller 2, Patrick Cottrell, Caleb Etchison, Mike Walker P: Herrera, Burns, Valdez, Munizzi, Sampen, Armstrong.

 

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