The Commercial-News, Danville, IL


October 5, 2012

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Schlarman soccer picks up win in final game

DANVILLE —  The Schlarman soccer team had not had much to celebrate going into Thursday’s regular season finale against Georgetown-Ridge Farm, but they finally started to lay back and have some fun against the Buffaloes.

Levi Hahne and Riley Jones each had two goals as the Hilltoppers shut-out the Buffaloes 6-0 for their first win of the season on senior night and homecoming game.

Austin Calhoun had a goal and two assists for Schlarman while Kurt Son had a goal and Jones and Mason Combs had an assists.

Chris Kuchefski had six saves in goal for the Hilltoppers, who will play the Buffaloes again on Saturday in the first game of a Class 1A regional at Ridge Farm.


Iroquois West 0

HOOPESTON — Brennan Crose had two goals and two assists as the Cornjerkers shut out Iroquois West.

Elijah Yates had a goal and assist for Hoopeston Area/Bismarck-Henning while Nathan Michael and Andrew Samet had goals and Chris Umbanhowar scored his first goal of the season. Chase Bouse, Mason Jett each had assists.

Ryan Morgan had three saves in goal for the Cornjerkers, who are 12-6-1 and will face Danville in the annual Kick Cancer game on Saturday. The two teams will also meet against next week in the first round of a Class 2A regional.

Salt Fork/Westville 5

Oakwood 0

CATLIN — Jordan Romo had three goals and an assist as the Storm beat the Comets in the final regular season game of the season.

Noah Darr had two goals and an assist and Aaron Marx had 17 saves in goal for Salt Fork/Westville, who is 10-5-1 and 6-2 in the Vermilion Valley Conference and will take on Oakwood again on Wednesday in a Class 1A regional game.

Jason Mackiewicz scored the only goal for the Comets with Karamon Samuel getting the assist.


Champaign Central 2

Danville 0

CHAMPAIGN — Alyia Wilson had five kills but it was not enough as the Vikings lost to the Maroons 25-20, 25-12 in Big 12 Conference action.

Lynette Buggs and Mackenzie King each had three kills for Danville and Jordan Ogle had eight assists.

The Vikings will face Decatur Eisenhower on Tuesday.

Salt Fork 2

Oakwood 0

FITHIAN — Britton Seaman had seven kills and three blocks as the Storm defeated the Comets 25-22, 25-22 in Vermilion Valley Conference action and beat their win total from last season.

Emilie McFadden had eight kills for the Storm while Jessica Muehlher had five blocks and four kills while Kirsten Thornsbrough had nine assts and Allie Trosper had six assists and two aces.

Harlena Hardin had six kills and five blocks for the Comets while Peyton Jones had three kills and five blocks and Abbie Knight had 10 digs.

The Storm are 9-11 and 6-3 in the VVC had will face Georgetown-Ridge Farm on Tuesday. Oakwood will travel to Chrisman on Tuesday.

Westville 2

Georgetown-RF 0

WESTVILLE — Kaitie Shaw had eight kills as the Tigers beat the Buffaloes 25-22, 25-13.

Mikayla Rolinitis had 11 digs while Lexie Suttle had nine digs for Westville, who is 6-12 and 3-6 and will play Milford on Tuesday.

Chrisman 2

Hoopeston Area 0

HOOPESTON — Abby Bush had six kills and five digs as the Cardinals beat the Cornjerkers 25-17, 25-10.

Brett Bishop had five kills and two blocks for Chrisman, while Kelsey Potter and Shelby Warner each had three kills, Potter and Maddi Romoser each had three aces and Dana Mitchell had 15 assists.

The Cardinals are 12-9 and 6-3 in the VVC and will play Hutsonville on Monday.

Armstrong-Potomac 2

Milford 0

ARMSTRONG — Morgan Zindars had double figures in digs (17) and assists (13) to help the Trojans beat the Bearcats, 26-24, 25-15.

Armstrong-Potomac, 13-7 overall, moves into sole possession of second place in the Vermilion Valley Conference with the victory as the Trojans are 7-2 in league play.

In addition to lead A-P in digs and assists, Zindars also had a team-high two aces.

Rachel Miles led the Trojans with eight blocks to go along with six kills, while Megan Porter had seven kills and Erika Sierberns added six kills and four blocks.

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