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April 16, 2013

Monday's results, scores and standings

DANVILLE — PREP BASEBALL

At Milford

Armstrong-Potomac 3, Milford 1


A-P    000    210    0    —    3    3    1

Milford    001    000    0    —    1    4    3

WP — Dentler Loschen (1-3). LP — T.Davenport. 2B — AP: Wade Rogers. HR — AP: Jon Snyder. RBIs — AP: Snyder 2, Loschen; M: Clayton Rieches.

Records — Armstrong-Potomac 1-9 overall.

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At West Lebanon, Ind.

Seeger 12, North Montgomery 7


N.Montgomery    110    002    3    —    7    7    1

Seeger    220    053    x    —    12    16    4

WP — Caleb Orahood. LP — Mitch Rice. Two or more hits — NM: Brinton Sieferman; S: Jordan Stover 3, Zach Stitt 3, Josh Orahood 3, C.Orahood, Jake Fell, Steven Schall. 2B — NM: Sieferman 2, Maverick Bacon; S: Fell 2, Stitt, J.Orahood, C.Orahood, Schall. HR — S: Stover. RBIs — NM: Sieferman 3, Rice, Devon Zachary, Chase Mahoy, Baylee Adams; S: Stover 2, Stitt 2, J.Orahood 2, Schall 2, C.Orahood, Fell.

Records — North Montgomery 3-1 overall; Seeger 6-1.

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PREP SOFTBALL

At Milford

Armstrong-Potomac 5, Milford 4


A-P    300    110    0    —    5    9    4

Milford    110    020    0    —    4    7    3

WP — Morgan Zindars (5-3). LP — Erin McNally (1-6). Two or more hits — A-P: Zindars, Makenzie Vinson; M: McNally, Madison Luecke. 2B — A-P: Zindars, Megan Cain; M: McNally. RBIs — A-P: Zindars, Vinson, Marian Elliott.

Records — Armstrong-Potomac 5-4 overall; 3-3 in the Vermilion Valley Conference; Milford 1-6 overall.

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At West Lebanon, Ind.

Crawfordsville 13, Seeger 10


Crawfordsville    241    200    4    —    13    7    2

Seeger    306    000    1    —    10    11    5

WP — Bonebrake. LP — Mitchell. Two or more hits — S: Kay Irvine 4, Tori Munson 3, Makenna Cronk 3. 2B — C: French, Goodnight; S: Irvine, Andrews. RBIs — S: Munson 3, Irvine 2, Cronk 2, Michelle Bailiff 2.

Records — Seeger 3-7 overall.

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PREP BOYS GOLF

At Crawfordsville, Ind.

Rocky Ridge (Par 36)


Team results — 1. Attica 180; 2. North Montgomery 205.

Medalist — Matt Oilar (A) 42

Attica (180) — Oilar 42, Sam Carlson 45, Austin Bossaer 45, Jackson Stoll 48, Brady Sheridan 50, Jake Carlson 58.

North Montgomery (205) — Caleb White 49, Evan Florey 49, Clayton Mennen 53, Erin Lewellen 54, Brian Mitchell 57, Kaleb Warren 60.

Records — Attica 1-0.

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PREP BOYS TRACK

At Crawfordsville, Ind.


Team results — 1. North Montgomery 79, 2. Clinton Central 55, 3. Attica 22

Individual results

3,200-meter relay — 1. North Montgomery 9:16.7; 4. Attica 10:17.3.

110 hurdles — 1. Adam Miller (CC) 16.6; 3. Tyler Campbell (A) 17.3.

100 — 1. Jordan Petty (CC) 11.5; 3. Kylan Freeland (A) 11.8.

1,600 — 1. Eli Hatley (NM) 5:07.1.

400 relay — 1. North Montgomery 46.5; 2. Attica 51.7.

400 — 1. Petty 52.5; 2. Kenny Little (A) 54.0.

300 hurdles — 1. Miller 42.7.

800 — 1. Logan Crum (CC) 2:09.1.

200 — 1. Petty 23.3; 2. Little 24.3; 3. Freeland 24.3.

3,200 — 1. Kurst Lewis (NM) 11:12.5.

1,600 relay — 1. Clinton Central 3:42.4.

Shot put — 1. Dakota Ramey (NM) 50-1¾.

Discus — 1. Ramey (NM) 151-3.

High jump — 1. Little 6-0.

Long jump — 1. Jordan Schillings (NM) 18-5½; 3. Jared Fonacler (A) 16-5¾.

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At Monticello

Friday’s late results

Monticello Invitational


Team results — none.

Individual results (top 2 and locals)

100 meters — 1. Micah Johnson (Unity) 11.2; 2. Zac Weisenbarn (Paxton-Buckley-Loda) 11.4.

200 — 1. Weisenbarn 23.4; 2. Paul Bigham (Paxton-Buckley-Loda) 23.9.

400 — 1. Nick Meunier (Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley) 52.1; 2. Cole Johnson (St. Joseph-Ogden) 53.4.

800 — 1. Sam Powers (St. Thomas More) 2:00.1; 2. Cory Powers (Shelbyville) 2:01.4.

1,600 — 1. Nick Hess (St. Thomas More) 4:34.4; 2. Jacob Helfrich (St. Thomas More) 4:35.2; 3. Jesse Hahne (Schlarman Academy) 4:36.9.

3,200 — 1. Hess 9:29.3; 2. Hahne 9:36.8.

110 hurdles — 1. Cord Church (Rantoul) 15.4; 2. Vinny Strack (Monticello) 15.5; 3. Taylor Kirby (Salt Fork) 16.1.

300 hurdles — 1. Luke Tucker (Argenta-Oreana) 42.0; 2. Church 42.9.

400 relay — 1. Unity 44.6; 2. Monticello 44.9.

800 relay — 1. Newton 1:35.0; 2. Paxton-Buckley-Loda 1:35.8.

1,600 relay — 1. Arthur 3:37.1; 2. St. Joseph-Ogden 3:39.1.

3,200 relay — 1. St. Joseph-Ogden 8:34.2; 2. Unity 8:46.1.

High jump — 1. (tie) Blake Ebling (Newton) and Eric Rydell (St. Joseph-Ogden) 5-10.

Pole vault — 1. Luke Zimmerman (Monticello) 13-0; 2. Matthew Knipfer (St. Joseph-Ogden) 12-0.

Long jump — 1. Tyler Rubarts (Paxton-Buckley-Loda) 19-9; 2. Josh Burton (Monticello) 19-7.

Triple jump — 1. Rubarts 40-10½; 2. Jordan Feagin (Arthur) 40-9; 6. Andrew Kelley (Schlarman Academy) 38-8.

Shot put — 1. Ryan Pearce (Villa Grove) 55-9; 2. Stephen Gibson (Tuscola) 48-0.

Discus — 1. Pearce 158-10; 2. Gibson 139-4; 3. Alec Dutton (Salt Fork) 138-5.

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PREP GIRLS TRACK

At Crawfordsville, Ind.


Team results — 1. Clinton Central 80; 2. North Montgomery 45; 3. Attica 31.

Individual results

3,200-meter relay — 1. Clinton Central 12:03.6; 2. Attica 13:35.2.

100 hurdles — 1. Ashlynn Bennett (NM) 18.4; 3. Lexie Clark (A) 19.3.

100 — 1. Kallie Peterman (NM) 13.2; 2. Jessica DeSutter (A) 13.8.

1,600 — 1. Sammi Smith (CC) 5:57.0.

400 relay — 1. Clinton Central 56.1; 2. Attica 1:03.0.

400 — 1. DeSutter 1:05.4; 3. Katherine Poston (A) 1:11.8.

300 hurdles — 1. Kylie Crenshaw (CC) 54.1; 3. Clark 56.1.

800 — 1. Demaris Crum (CC) 2:34.0.

200 — 1. Peterman 28.1; 2. DeSutter 28.5.

3,200 — 1. Smith 13:10.7.

1,600 relay — 1. Clinton Central 4:36.5; 2. Attica 4:48.3.

Shot put — 1. Alysse Mahoy (NM) 26-5½.

Discus — 1. Elizabeth Griffy (CC) 71-6; 2. Poston 69-1.

Long jump — 1. Bennett 14-4.

High jump — 1. Tenley Orr (CC) 4-6; 3. Clark 4-2.

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COLLEGE BASEBALL

At Danville Stadium

Game 1

Danville Area Community College 7,

Lincoln College 3


Lincoln    000    210    0    —      3      6      3

DACC    130    300    x    —     7     5     1

WP — A.J. Childerson (4-1). LP — Andrew Bietenduval. Two or more hits — Lincoln: Darin Pitts; DACC: Mark Keller. 2B — Lincoln: Pitts. HR — DACC: Tyler McKenzie, Keller. RBIs — Lincoln: Pitts 2, Bo Banning; DACC: Keller 5, Pat Cottrell, McKenzie.

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Game 2

Lincoln College 10,

Danville Area Community College 7


Lincoln    020    007    1    —      10      10      3

DACC    040    030    0    —     7     8     1

WP — Ryan Rickert. LP — Ryan Zweck. Save — Anthony Jerrall. Two or more hits — Lincoln: Ryan Long 4, Ferdinand Rondon; DACC: Mike Walker. 2B — DACC: Mark Keller, Pat Cottrell, Walker. HR — Lincoln: Long. RBIs — Lincoln: Cody Litwiller 2, TJ Carter 2, Long 2,  Derek Breit, Austin Gallego, Bo Banning; DACC: Walker 3, Kelle 2.

Records — Danville Area Community College 18-8 overall, 9-5 in the Mid-West Athletic Conference.

 

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