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April 19, 2014

Friday's Local Scores

PREP BASEBALL

At Bismarck

Salt Fork 15, Bismarck-Henning 0

Salt Fork 040 0(11) — 15 14 0

Bis-Henn 000 0 0 — 0 1 8

WP — Cole Taylor. LP — Dustyn Ingram. Two or more hits — SF: Ross Learnard 3, Max Stutsman 3, Garrett McFadden, Lane Weston. 2B — SF: Learnard, Stutsman. RBIs — SF: Learnard 4, Stutsman 2, Brody Marsh 2, Taylor 2, Colton Baird 2, Cole Sanford.

Records — Salt Fork 9-2 overall, 6-0 in Vermilion Valley Conference, Bismarck-Henning 3-7, 2-2

From Thursday

At Danville

Champaign Central 5, Danville 0

Central 001 000 4 — 5 7 1

Danville 000 000 0 — 0 2 2

WP — Gordon. LP — Dylan Marble. Two or more hits — C: Foster. 2B — C: Foster D: Brady Watkins. RBIs — C: Foster.

Records — Danville 1-7 overall.

PREP SOFTBALL

At Westville

Danville 14, Westville 8

Danville 351 031 1 — 14 16 3

Westville 004 013 0 — 8 8 3

WP — Alissa Peelman (4-2). LP — Stef Nourie (1-4). Two or more hits — Danville: Peelman 3, Lindsey Lowenstein 3, Megan Burton, Kennedy Richards, Megan Cox; Westville: Morgan Gallion, Hannah Hueston. 2B — Danville: Peelman, Richards, Lowenstein, Katy Aguirre, Mackenzie King, Whitney Spencer; Westville: Karlee Burks. HR — Danville: Peelman 2, Lowenstein. RBIs — Danville: Peelman 8, King 2, Burton, Lowenstein, Spencer; Westville: Gallion, Hueston, Destiny Phillips.

Records — Danville 4-5 overall; Westville 3-5 overall.

PREP SOFTBALL

At Bismarck

Salt Fork 7, Bismarck-Henning 6

Salt Fork 340 000 0 — 7 5 1

Bis-Henn 000 140 1 — 6 10 0

WP — Logan Sanford. LP — Emmie Hawkins. Two or more hits — BH: Lindsey Andrews 4, Brittany Ribbe, Lani Andrews, Phoenix Lacombe. 2B — SF: Sanford BH: Lani Andrews 2, Hawkins, Lacombe. RBIs — SF: Camryn Todd 2, Sanford 2, Smith BH: Lindsey Andrews 2, Lani Andrews, Ribbe, Hawkins, Ella Nelson.

Records — Bismarck-Henning 6-4 overall, 2-2 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

PREP BOYS TRACK

From Thursday

At Urbana

Team results — 1. Danville 88, 2. Mattoon 56, 3. Urbana 37

Individual results

Long jump — 1. James Cobbs (U) 19-5 3/4

Triple jump — 1. Cobbs 44-1, 2. Lonnie Buggs (D) 39-6

High jump — 1. Denzel Smith (D) 5-10

Pole Vault — 1. Chris Collier 12-0

Shot Put — 1. Josh Evans (M) 41-8 1/2, 2. Jaiden Nelson (D) 37-8

Discus — 1. Austin Stephen (U) 115-7, 2. Nelson 98-1

100 meters — 1. Trent Sherfield (D) 11.19

200 meters — 1. Sherfield 23.18

400 meters — 1. Johnny Leverenz (D) 50.29

800 meters — 1. Austen Epperson (M) 2:19.84, 2. Jacob Gutteridge (D) 2:20.86

110 hurdles — 1. Dakota Gash (D) 15.21

300 hurdles — 1. Gash 41.17

1,600 — 1. Nick Romito (U) 4:56.91, 2. Tommy Session (D) 5:01.67

3,200 — 1. Romito 10:49.53, 2. Skyler Huckelberry (D) 11:24.25

400 relay — 1. Danville (Jelani Day, Smith, Collier, Sherfield) 45.23

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