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May 11, 2013

Friday's local scores and glances

DANVILLE — PREP BASEBALL

At Champaign

Champaign Central 5, Danville 1


Danville    000    001    0    —      1      7      3

Central    001    400    x    —     5     8     0

WP — Willams. LP — Dylan Marble (1-3). Two or more hits — D: Chase Thurston 3 C: Beesley. RBIs — D: Nolan First C: Kurtis Brown 3.

Records — Danville 8-13 overall, 3-6 in Big 12 Conference.

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At Bismarck

Oakwood 15, Bismarck-Henning 1


Oakwood    251    25        —      15      6      0

Bis-Henn    000    10        —     1     2     1

WP — Conor Jarling. LP — Patrick Ganley. Two or more hits — O: Ryan Bott. 2B — BH: Ganley. 3B — O: Kaleb Thompson. RBIs — O: Thompson 3, Jarling 2, Bott, Jake England, Austin McCarty. BH: Ganley.

Records — Bismarck-Henning 5-13 overall, 4-12 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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IHSA Class 4A Tournament

Edwardsville Regional


Monday May 20 game

Game 1 — No. 5 Pekin at No. 4 Quincy, 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 22 game

Game 2 — No. 1 Edwardsville vs. Game 1 winner, 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 23 game

Game 3 — No. 2 Alton vs. No. 3 Danville, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 25 game

Championship — Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 11 a.m.

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IHSA Class 2A Tournament

Paxton-Buckley-Loda Regional


Monday May 13 game

Game 1 — No. 5 Hoopeston Area at No. 4 Bismarck-Henning, 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 15 game

Game 2 — No. 1 St. Joseph-Ogden vs. Game 1 winner, 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 16 game

Game 3 — No. 2 Champaign St. Thomas More vs. No. 3 Paxton-Buckley-Loda, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 18 game

Championship — Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 11 a.m.

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Tolono Unity Regional

Monday, May 13 game

Game 1 — No. 5 Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman at No. 4 Westville, 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 15 game

Game 2 — No. 1 Tolono Unity vs. Game 1 winner, 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 16 game

Game 3 — No. 2 Oakwood vs. No. 3 Monticello, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 18 game

Championship — Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 11 a.m.

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IHSA Class 1A Tournament

Cissna Park Regional


Monday, May 13 game

Game 1 — No. 5 Champaign Judah Christian at No. 4 Armstrong-Potomac, 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 15 game

Game 2 — No. 1 Salt Fork vs. Game 1 winner, 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 16 game

Game 3 — No. 2 Cissna Park vs. No. 3 Schlarman Academy, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 18 game

Championship — Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 11 a.m.

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Iroquois West Regional

Wednesday, May 15 game

Game 1 — No. 1 Iroquois West vs. No. 4 Buckley Christ Lutheran, 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 16 game

Game 2 — No. 2 Milford vs. No. 3 Cullom Tri-Point, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 18 game

Championship — Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner, 10 a.m.

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PREP SOFTBALL

At Bismarck

Bismarck-Henning 16, Oakwood 6


Oakwood    033    000        —      4      8      1

Bis-Henn    003    355        —     12     15     0

WP — Phoenix Lacombe. LP — Breanna Wright Two or more hits — O: Somer Wells 3, Nikki Weyah BH: Brittany Ribbe 5, LaCombe 4, Lindsay Andrews 4, Ella Nelson, Lexi Ballard, Masyn Clough. 2B — O: Wells BH: Andrews, Ashlee Ronto. HR — BH: Ribbe 2, Andrews, Clough. RBIs — O: Wells 3, Abbagale Black BH: Ribbe 7, Andrews 3, Lauren McKenzie 2, Clough 2, Ronto, Nelson.

Records — Bismarck-Henning 10-10 overall, 9-7 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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IHSA Class 4A Tournament

Normal West Regional

At Illinois Wesleyan


Tuesday, May 21 games

Game 1 — No. 1 Normal Community vs. No. 4 Danville, 4:30 p.m.

Game 2 — No. 2 Normal West vs. No. 3 Bradley-Bourbonnais, 7 p.m.

Saturday, May 25 game

Championship — Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner, 11 a.m.

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IHSA Class 2A Tournament

Bismarck-Henning Regional


Monday, May 13 game

Game 1 — No. 5 Oakwood at No. 4 Bismarck-Henning, 4:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 14 game

Game 2 — No. 1 St. Joseph-Ogden vs. Game 1 winner, 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 15 game

Game 3 — No. 2 Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman vs. No. 3 Westville, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 18 game

Championship — Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 11 a.m.

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Watseka Regional


Monday, May 13 game

Game 1 — No. 5 Hoopeston Area vs. No. 4 Watseka, 4:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 14 game

Game 2 — No. 1 Kankakee Bishop McNamara vs. Game 1 winner, 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 15 game

Game 3 — No. 2 Dwight vs. No. 3 Clifton Central, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 18 game

Championship — Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 11 a.m.

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IHSA Class 1A Tournament

Fisher Regional


Monday, May 13 game

Game 1 — No. 5 Armstrong-Potomac at No. 4 Blue Ridge, 4:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 14 game

Game 2 — No. 1 Fisher vs. Game 1 winner, 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 15 game

Game 3 — No. 2 Salt Fork vs. No. 3 Schlarman Academy, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 18 game

Championship — Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 11 a.m.

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Iroquois West Regional

Tuesday, May 14 game

Game 1 — No. 1 Donovan vs. No. 4 Milford, 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 15 game

Game 2 — No. 2 Iroquois West vs. No. 3 Cullom Tri-Point, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 18 game

Championship — Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner, 11 a.m.

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At Cayuga, Ind.

North Vermillion 14, Seeger 1


Seeger    000    10        —      1      2      2

North Vermillion    263    3x        —     14     13     0

WP — Linzi Woodard. LP — Lexi Smith. Two or more hits — NV: Woodard 3, Whitney McMasters 3, Taylen Balding, Lindsey Moore. 2B — NV: Balding, Moore, Shannon Kennedy. 3B — NV: Woodard. RBIs — S: Baker NV: McMasters 4, Balding 3, Woodard 2, Kennedy 2, Moore.

Records — Seeger 5-15 overall, 0-9 in Wabash River Conference, North Vermillion 12-5, 8-4.

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At Marshall, Ind.

Covington 5, Turkey Run 4


Covington    300    020    0    —      5      8      1

Turkey Run    100    000    3    —     4     6     0

WP — Ali Holmes. LP — Bosan Two or more hits — C: Madison Hanson, Kelsey Goley, Holmes. 2B — C: Regan Foster, Goley. RBIs — C: Foster 2, Holmes, Hall, Hanson.

Records — Covington 10-9 overall.

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At Attica, Ind.

Attica 5, Benton Central 3


Benton Central    001    002    0    —      3      5      2

Attica    410    000    x    —     5     6     2

WP — Carly Stoll. LP — Best. Save — Torrie Ward. Two or more hits — BC: Fleming A: Karrah Pattengale. 2B — BC: Bessler A: Pattengale 2. RBIs — BC: Best, Parker A: Pattengale, Stoll, Kaylynn Kirkpatrick, Kara Harmeson.

Records — Attica 8-11 overall.

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PREP GIRLS SOCCER

IHSA Class 2A Tournament

Urbana Regional


Friday, May 10 match

Match 1 — Urbana 9, Danville 0

Wednesday, May 15 matches

Match 2 — No. 1 Mahomet-Seymour vs. No. 4 Urbana, 4:30 p.m.

Match 3 — No. 2 Champaign Central vs. No. 3 Champaign Centennial, 6:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 18 match

Championship — Match 2 winner vs. Match 3 winner, 3 p.m.

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PREP GIRLS TRACK

At Catlin

IHSA Class 1A Sectional


Team results — 1. St. Joseph-Ogden (SJO) 97; 2. Salt Fork (SF) 86; 3. Fisher (F) 69; 4. Champaign St. Thomas More (STM) 67; 5. Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac (OAP) 57; 6. Unity (U) 56; 7. Urbana University High (Uni) 31; 8. Bismarck-Henning (BH) 29; 9. Argenta-Oreana (AO) 23; 10. Schlarman

Academy (Sch) 22; 11. Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman (GRFC) 7; 12. Champaign Judah Christian (JC) 6; 13. Westville (W) 3; 14. (tie) Blue Ridge (BR) and DeLand-Weldon (DW) 2; 16. Hoopeston Area (HA) 1.

Individual results

Top 2 advance to state, unless noted

100 meters — 1. Mary Bass (BH) 12.84; 2. Lea Slauch (Uni) 12.93; 3. Janelle Marion (Sch) 13.33; 4. Cheyenne Sadlek (OAP) 13.43; 5. Jenelle Stecklein (AO) 13.43.

200 — 1. Bass (BH) 26.93; 2. Miranda Marry (F) 26.95; 3. Toria Plotner (SF) 26.97; 4. Abbie Stewart (OAP) 27.88; 5. Kristen Hamer (SJO) 28.32. Top three advance to state.

400 — 1. Plotner (SF) 1:01.19; 2. Elizabeth Bristow (STM) 1:02.65; 3. Hannah Stone (U) 1:03.10; 4. Kira Conklin (OAP) 1:06.69; 5. Abby Bagby (SJO) 1:07.56.

800 — 1. Regan Kelley (STM) 2:30.42; 2. Alyssa Pridemore (SJO) 2:32.38; 3. Kaytlyn Hettmansberger (JC) 2:33.61; 4. Nicole Nussel (STM) 2:41.55; 5. Kenzie Dodds (U) 2:42.29.

1,600 — 1. Taylor Renfroe (U) 5:40.34; 2. Laura Seiler (U) 5:42.93; 3. Abby Fisher (SJO) 5:46.60; 4. Abby Gawthorp (SJO) 5:56.80; 5. Caroline Dodds (STM) 5:58.23.

3,200 — 1. Gawthorp (SJO) 11:56.48; 2. Theresa Welle (STM) 12:08.55; 3. Veronia Brooks (SJO) 12:47.15; 4. Morgan Carmien (STM) 12:57.37; 5. Shaina Andrews (OAP) 13:29.36.

100 hurdles — 1. Jenny Kimbro (SF) 15.26; 2. Tori Master (SJO) 16.13; 3. MaKayla Gayler (OAP) 16.60; 4. Morgan Kirby (SF) 16.64; 5. Olivia Heffernan (F) 16.97. Top four qualify for state.

300 hurdles — 1. Kimbro (SF) 46.11; 2. Marry (F) 46.59; 3. Master (SJO) 47.68; 4. Hailey Bennett (OAP) 49.28; 5. Randa Harshbarger (STM) 50.03. Top four qualify for state.

400 relay — 1. Fisher (Carli Clifton, Gina Masko, Marry, Heffernan) 51.39; 2. Salt Fork (Kimbro, Kirby, Estella Bush, Plotner) 51.92; 3. Oakwood/A-P (Bennett, Sadlek, Summer Kitchens, Stewart) 52.42; 4. St. Joseph-Ogden 53.13; 5. Unity 54.58.

800 relay — 1. Fisher (Clifton, Masko, Marry, Heffernan) 1:49.61; 2. Oakwood/A-P (Bennett, Sadlek, Kitchens, Stewart) 1:49.90; 3. St. Joseph-Ogden 1:51.01; 4. Urbana Uni High 1:56.15; 5. Unity 1:57.96.

1,600 relay — 1. St. Joseph-Ogden (Master, Morgann Graham, Pridemore, Loren Brooks) 4:12.49; 2. St. Thomas More (Julia Welle, T.Welle, Claire Jackson, Nussel) 4:16.83; 3. Unity 4:28.23; 4. Uni High 4:33.82; 5. Oakwood/A-P 4:48.81.

3,200 relay — 1. St. Thomas More (Dodds, T.Welle, Nussel, Kelley) 10:05.34; 2. St. Joseph-Ogden (Fisher, Graham, Emma Melchior, Pridemore) 10:09.26; 3. Unity (Stone, Katilyn Stumborg, Seiler, Rhoda Brucker) 10:12.02; 4. Oakwood/A-P 11:07.80; 5. Uni High 11:11.67. Top three advance to state.

High jump — 1. Bloch (AO) 5-8; 2. Masko (F) 4-10; 3. (tie) Shelby Clanton (F) and Kitchens (OAP) 4-8; 5. J.Welle (STM) 4-8.

Pole vault — 1. Bailey Reifsteck (U) 10-3; 2. Loren Brooks (SJO) 10-0; 3. Shane Madi (SJO) 7-6; 4. Allison LeCrone (U) 7-0; 5. Mariah Rolinitis (W) 6-6.

Long jump — 1. Clifton (F) 16-5¼; 2. Marion (Sch) 15-10¾; 3. Kimbro (SF) 15-7¾; 4. Jordyn Lunger (GRFC) 15-3¼; 5. Sadlek (OAP) 15-1½.

Triple jump — 1. Bloch (AO) 34-10¾; 2. Bristow (STM) 34-10½; 3. Clifton (F) 34-4; 4. Gayler (OAP) 31-7; 5. Bailey Trimble (SJO) 30-5½.

Shot put — 1. Abby Nicholson (SF) 35-9½; 2. Jessica Hall (BH) 34-2½; 3. Emma Hoyer (Uni) 33-9; 4. Rachel Negangard (SF) 32-0; 5. Sarah Dailey (Sch) 31-1¾.

Discus — 1. Nicholson (SF) 116-2; 2. Negangard (SF) 110-5; 3. Hoyer (Uni) 108-9; 4. Daily (Sch) 107-8; 5. Harlena Hardin (OAP) 94-1. Top three advance to state.

 

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