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May 7, 2013

Monday's local scores and glances

DANVILLE — PREP BASEBALL

At Westville

Westville 14, Schlarman 0


Schlarman    000    00        —      0      2      4

Westville    572    0x        —     14     8     0

WP — Austin Millholland. LP — Emmitt Black. Two or more hits — W: Kyle Brazas, Aaron Marx. RBIs — W: Marx 3, Dillion Turner 2, Tristan Flynn, Jordan Romo, Millholland.

Records — Westville 12-10 overall, 9-5 in Wabash River Conference.

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At Oakwood

Oakwood 4, Bismarck-Henning 3


Bis-Henn    000    021    0    —      3      6      2

Oakwood    020    100    1    —     4     4     0

WP — Kyle Girton. LP — Dustyn Ingram. Two or more hits — BH: Chase Swinford O: Jake England. HR — BH: Patrick Ganley. RBIs — BH: Ingram,. Dylan Dodd, Ganley O: Davin Miles 2, Conor Jarling, Alex Anderson.

Records — Oakwood 14-5 overall, 11-2 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Potomac

Milford 6, Armstrong-Potomac 5


Milford    202    001    1    —      6      8      0

A-P    000    005    0    —     5     6     1

WP — Jordan Gullquist. LP — Wade Rogers (0-6). Two or more hits — M: Clayton Rieches 3, Tanner Davenport AP: Lane Esteppe. 2B — M: Davenport 2 AP: Dylan Keen. 3B — M: Rieches. RBIs — M: Davenport 4, Ryley Ward, Kyle Bennett AP: Keen 3, Esteppe, Corey Buhr.

Records — Armstrong-Potomac 1-19 overall, 1-19 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Rantoul

Rantoul 2, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 1


GRFC    100    000    000    —      1      3      1

Rantoul    100    000    001    —     2    8     0

LP — Trevor Price. RBIs — GRFC: Jake Brasker.

Records — GRFC 12-7 overall.

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At Kentland, Ind.

South Newton 6, Seeger 3


Seeger    102    000    0    —      3      4      0

South Newton    021    300    x    —     6     8     2

WP — Applegate. LP — Avery Acton. Save — HammelTwo or more hits — SN: Montemayer. 2B — SN: Hoaks, Monetyemayer, Hammel. RBIs — S: Caleb Orahood, Dakota Ware SN: Hammel 2, Montemayer 2, Kiifner.

Records — Seeger 13-5 overall.

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At Attica, Ind.

South Vermillion 8, Attica 4


South Vermillion    100    030    4    —      8      10      1

Attica    200    020    0    —     4     6     3

WP — Terry. LP — Carson Davis. Two or more hits — SV: Lawson 4, Brenz A: J.R. Dunwell. 2B — SV: Brenz, Lawson. RBIs — SV: Lawson 4, Brenz, Dunanger A: Mike Green 3, Jordan Capps.

Records — South Vermillion 11-5 overall, Attica 12-7.

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PREP SOFTBALL

At Danville

Rantoul 15, Danville 5


Rantoul    302    050    5    —      15      9      2

Danville    001    002    2    —     5     7     12

WP — Jordan. LP — Mackenzie King. Two or more hits — R: Cargill 3, Church D: Lindsey Loewenstein, Kylie Baxter. 2B — R: Church. HR — R: Cargill, Chruch. RBIs — R: Cargill 3, Walker 2, Church D: Baxter 2, Loewenstein.

Records — Danville 7-13 overall.

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At Westville

Schlarman Academy 6, Westville 4


Schlarman    101    102    1    —      6      4      2

Westville    000    000    4    —     4     10     2

WP — Maria Rangel. LP — Kylie Lesko. Two or more hits — Westville: Bobbi Morris 3, Carson Richardson, Ji’Cee Lacey. 2B — Schlarman Academy: Sydne Bryant, Elizabeth Hawkins; Westville: Morris 2. RBIs — Schlarman Academy: Bryant, Neville; Westville: Morris 2, Ashley Hoffman, Richardson.

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At Muncie

Bismarck-Henning 6, Oakwood 4


Bis-Henn    004    001    1    —      6      8      3

Oakwood    000    013    0    —      4     8     2

WP — Emmie Hawkins. LP — Breanna Wright. Two or more hits — BH: Brittany Ribbe 3, Hawkins, Ashlee Ronto O: Hannah Grubb, Elizabeth Townsley. 2B — BH: Hawkins, Ronto, Phoenix LaCombe. HR — BH: Hawkins. RBIs — BH: Hawkins 4, Lacombe O: Somer Wells, Lexi Cortapassi.

Records — Oakwood 3-18 overall, 2-10 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Armstrong

Armstrong-Potomac 7, Milford 4


Milford    101    020    0    —      4      6      2

A-P    130    210    x    —     7     11     3

WP — Morgan Zindars (10-7). LP — Erin McNally. Two or more hits — M: McNally AP: Megan Cain 3, Makenzie Vinson, Ashley Gayheart. 2B — M: McNally, Overbey AP: Vinson. HR — M: McNally. RBIs — M: McNally 2 AP: Johanna Bruens 3, Kristin Newnum, Vinson, Cain.

Records — Armstrong-Potomac 10-8, 8-7 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Hoopeston

Game 1

Salt Fork 19, Hoopeston Area 4


Salt Fork    710    56        —      19      15      1

Hoopeston Area    301    00        —     4     4     3

WP — Peyton Meade. LP — Rylee Martin. Two or more hits — SF: Lea Hall 3, Jenna Bryant 3, Kaylee McFadden, Emilie McFadden, Nicole Weston HA: Kaelynn Longfellow. 2B — SF: Hall 2, Kalyn Learnard, Emilie McFadden, Weston, Meade HA: Jordan McFadden. 3B — SF: Bryant, HA: Aaliyah Colunga. HR — SF: Bryant 2, Hall. RBIs — SF: Bryant 7, Emilie McFadden 3, Weston 3, Kaylee McFadden, Lexi Smith, Hall, Camryn Todd, Meade HA: McFadden 2, Colunga.

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Game 2

Salt Fork 12, Hoopeston Area 2


Hoopeston Area    010    10        —      2      3      3

Salt Fork    606    0x        —     12     11     1

WP — Logan Sanford. LP — Carissa Vaughn. Two or more hits — SF: Kayln Learnard, Summers, Nicole Weston, Sanford 2B — SF: Lea Hall, Lexi Smith, Weston, Sanford 3B —SF: Learnard. RBIs — HA: Brea Bushong SF: Weston 4, Learnard 2, Kaylee McFadden, Emilie McFadden.

Records — Hoopeston Area 8-17 overall, 4-10 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Kentland, Ind.

Seeger 17, South Newton 3


Seeger    681    02        —      17      7      3

South Newton    100    20        —     3     3     3

WP — Smith (3-9). LP — Swartz. Two or more hits — S: Kay Irvine 3. 2B — S: Makenna Cronk, Nellie Andrews. RBIs — S: Irvine 3, Andrews, Cronk, McKenna Mitchell.

Records — Seeger 5-14 overall.

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At Attica, Ind.

South Vermillion 5, Attica 4


South Vermillion    021    010    1    —      5      10      1

Attica    220    000    0    —     4     9     4

WP — Andrew. LP — Carly Stoll. Two or more hits — SV: Spivey 3, Johnson, Dunegan, Crouch A: Karrah Pattengale, Ashley Mitton, Kara Harmeson 2B — SV: Dunegan, Crouch A: Maci Kyger, Ashley Mitton. 3B — A: Mitton. RBIs — SV: Dunegan 2, Spivey, Cox, Crouch A: Kaylynn Kirkpatrick 2, Kyger, Brindle.

Records — Attica 7-11 overall

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At Covington, Ind.

West Vigo 5, Covington 0


West Vigo    302    000    0    —      5      5      5

Covington    000    000    0    —     0     6     2

WP — Voiles. LP — Ali Holmes. Two or more hits — C: Madison Hanson. 2B — WV: Voils 2, McClain.

Records — Covington 9-8 overall.

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PREP GIRLS TRACK

At Catlin

Vermilion Valley Conference Meet


Team results — 1. Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac (OAP) 147; 2. Salt Fork (SF) 135; 3. Schlarman Academy (Sch) 114; 4. Bismarck-Henning (BH) 61; 5. Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman (GRFC) 30; 6 Hoopeston Area (HA) 23; 7. Westville (W) 15.

Individual results

High jump — 1. Jordan Marganski (Sch) 5-2; 2. Jenny Kimbro (SF) 5-0; 3. Jessica Wilson (SF) 4-8; 4. MaKayla Gayler (OAP) 4-8; 5. Summer Kitchens (OAP) 4-8; 6. Elly Sermersheim (Sch) 4-8.

Long jump — 1. Kimbro (SF) 16-7; 2. Janelle Marion (Sch) 15-1½; 3. Cheyenne Sadlek (OAP) 14-2½; 4. Estella Bush (SF) 14-2; 5. Ella Black (Sch) 13-10½; 6. Jordyn Lunger (GRFC) 13-2½.

Triple jump — 1. Gayler (OAP) 32-1; 2. Preslie Fletcher (OAP) 30-9¼; 3. Black (Sch) 30-0½; 4. Lunger (GRFC) 29-2½; 5. Wilson (SF) 27-9; 6. Madi Finney (BH) 27-6.

Shot put — 1. Abby Nicholson (SF) 34-6¾; 2. Rachel Negangard (SF) 32-9½; 3. Harlena Harden (OAP) 32-6; 4. Jessica Hall (BH) 31-9; 5. Cami Robertson (GRFC) 31-1½; 6. Shelbi Haga (BH) 30-11.

Discus — 1. Nicholson (SF) 118-9; 2. Negangard (SF) 114-10; 3. Sarah Daily (Sch) 104-8½; 4. Harden (OAP) 97-8; 5. Shelby Warner (GRFC) 81-2; 6. Haga (BH) 80-2.

3,200-meter relay — 1. Oakwood/A-P (Mariah Carnahan, Catherine Wright, Delaney Durst, Fletcher) 11:07.28; 2. Bismarck-Henning 11:27.19; 3. Geo-RF/Chrisman 11:58.73; 4. Schlarman 12:02.00; 5. Salt Fork 13:12.52.

400 relay — 1. Salt Fork (Taylor Heaton, Morgan Kirby, Bush, Toria Plotner) 54.30; 2. Schlarman 54.44; 3. Bismarck-Henning 56.14; 4. Westville 57.42; 5. Geo-RF/Chrisman 58.00; 6. Oakwood/A-P 1:03.94.

3,200 — 1. Madie Brown (HA) 12:59.43; 2. Shaina Andrews (OAP) 13:29.43; 3. Holly Huckstadt (Sch) 13:57.38; 4. Kira Conklin (OAP) 14:03.53; 5. Hannah Bray (HA) 14:21.57; 6. Megan McKee (GRFC) 14:22.38.

100 hurdles — 1. Kimbro (SF) 15.06 (VVC record); 2. Kirby (SF) 16.37; 3. Gayler (OAP) 17.08; 4. Hailey Bennett (OAP) 18.00; 5. Finney (BH) 18.65; 6. Cheyenne Meeker (GRFC) 18.81.

100 — 1. Mary Bass (BH) 13.08; 2. Plotner (SF) 13.36; 3. Sadlek (OAP) 13.53; 4. Marion (Sch) 13.57; 5. Abby Stewart (OAP) 13.58; 6. Gloria Sermersheim (Sch) 13.80.

800 — 1. Marganski (Sch) 2:42.30; 2. Durst (OAP) 2:42.33; 3. Black (Sch) 2:43.58; 4. Brandi Puzey (SF) 2:45.82; 5. Carnahan (OAP) 2:45.88; 6. Sarah Ellis (GRFC) 2:47.50.

800 relay — 1. Oakwood/A-P (Bennett, Jennifer Harper, Kitchens, Stewart) 1:54.25; 2. Bismarck-Henning 2:00.10; 3. Schlarman 2:00.67; 4. Salt Fork 2:06.05; 5. Westville 2:08.90.

400 — 1. Plotner (SF) 1:01.58; 2. M.Sermersheim 1:06.95; 3. Aubrey Brookshier (GRFC) 1:07.27; 4. Fletcher (OAP) 1:07.64; 5. Mariah Rolinitis (W) 1:08.44; 6. Mikayla Rolinitis (W) 1:08.63.

300 hurdles — 1. Kimbro (SF) 47.57; 2. Bennett (OAP) 51.00; 3. Gayler (OAP) 51.34; 4. E.Sermersheim (Sch) 55.79; 5. Angela Reed (BH) 56.42; 6. Kirby (SF) 57.02.

1,600 — 1. Brown (HA) 5:58.89; 2. Sarah Larson (Sch) 6:09.40; 3. Andrews (OAP) 6:13.53; 4. Ellen Dulin (BH) 6:16.34; 5. Meghan Ingram (GRFC) 6:22.61; 6. Huckstadt (Sch) 6:36.04.

200 — 1. Bass (BH) 26.72; 2. Stewart (OAP) 27.83; 3. Sadlek (OAP) 28.57; 4. Marion (Sch) 29.13; 5. Bush (SF) 29.16; 6. G.Sermersheim (Sch) 29.24.

1,600 relay — 1. Schlarman Academy 4:34.67; 2. Oakwood/A-P 4:39.73; 3. Westville 4:43.63; 4. Bismarck-Henning 4:47.46; 5. Geo-RF/Chrisman 4:54.40; 6. Hoopeston Area 5:12.60.

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PREP GIRLS TENNIS

At Veedersburg, Ind.

Seeger 5, Fountain Central 0


Singles — Miranda Synesael (S) def. Hannah Cox 6-0, 6-0, Kiley Swisher (S) def. Shelley Holt 6-1, 6-3, Shelby Brown (S) def.Katharyn Majors 3-6 , 7-6 (7-2), 6-2.

Doubles — Emmie Stevens-Bridget McGowen (S) def. Abby Moore-Clare McGrady 6-3, 6-1, Becky Middleton-Jessi Middleton (S) def. Alli Fay-C.J. Bowman 6-0, 6-1.

Records — Seeger 9-0, Fountain Central 4-8.

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At Covington, Ind.

Covington 5, Attica 0


Singles — Bailey Hill (C) def. Emily Tillotson 6-1, 6-3, Mackensey Sorrell (C) def. Emily Whistler 6-1, 6-0, Morgan Brown (C) def. Vanessa Whistler 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles — Lauren Paddock-Meghan Lowe (C) def. Bryson Sullivan-Lynsey Snyder 4-6, 6-1, 6-0, Chloe Shields-Raenen Pettit (C) def. Chloe Spragg-Sarah Emerick 6-3, 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (7-1).

Records — Covington 8-5 overall

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COLLEGE BASEBALL

At Danville Stadium

Danville Area Community College 1, Olney Community College 0


Olney    000    000    000    —      0      5      0

DACC    010    000    00x    —     1     5     1

WP — Noe Artega (1-0). LP — Gahafner. Two or more hits — D: Mark Keller. 2B — O: Seeberger. HR — D: Trevor Jennings. RBIs — D: Jennings.

Records — DACC 29-14 overall.

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At Danville Stadium

Sunday’s linescore

Game 1

Danville Area Community College 6,

Lewis & Clark College 4


Lewis & Clark        020    200    000    —    4    8    3

Danville Area        000    110    04x    —    6    8    6

WP — Alec Neal (1-1). LP — Mike Wuelling. Save — Ryan Zweck (1). Two or more hits — LC: Blake Thomas, Austin Pittman; DACC: Mark Keller, Aaron Kuper. RBIs — LC: John Wuelling 2, Nyles Spurgeon; DACC: Keller 2, Tyler McKenzie, Caleb Etchison, Michael Walker.

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Game 2

Danville Area Community College 6,

Lewis & Clark College 0


Lewis & Clark    000    000    0    —    0    2    3

Danville Area    310    200    x    —    6    8    0

WP — A.J. Childrerson (4-1). LP — Brett Jackson. Two or more hits — DACC: Mark Keller, Austin Hayes, Tyler McKenzie. 2B — DACC: Trevor Jennings. RBIs — DACC: McKenzie, Jennings, Hayes.

Records — Danville Area Community College 28-14 overall, 16-10 in the Mid-West Athletic Conference.

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LOCAL GOLF

At Harrison Park Golf Course

Michelob Ultra 2-person Scramble

Championship Flight


Showers-Leverenz    58-60 — 118

Green-Silver        64-63 — 127

Cunningham-Wendell    63-67 — 130

Kleiner-Burton    64-66 — 130

Enos-Krainock    65-65 — 130

Mills-Borchardt    65-67 — 132

Dalbey-Springer    65-67 — 132

Lafoe-Wochner    65-68 — 133

Jorgenson-Fox    65-69 — 134

Smith-Kegley        65-69 — 134

First Flight

Todd-Wilkes, Jr.    68-66 — 134

Gallez-Mathis        70-65 — 135

Lazzell-Lazzell    67-69 — 136

Strako-Strako        68-68 — 136

Smock-Shepherd    67-70 — 137

Elliott-Payton        69-69 — 138

Rodeffer-Cross    70-69 — 139

B. Hubbard-R. Hubbard    70-69 — 139

Laker-Thornton    70-70 — 140

Howell-Partin        69-73 — 142

Pasley-Morgan    69-73 — 142

Casper-Hodges    70-73 — 143

Second Flight

Krabbe-Mason    72-68 — 140

Pierce-Lankston    71-71 — 142

Boardman-Gossett    72-72 — 144

Wright-Neubert    71-74 — 145

Clark-Davis        72-74 — 146

O’Blenis-Blair        75-71 — 146

Krainock-O’Blenis    72-76 — 148

Skimehorn-Pribble    75-74 — 149

Harmeson-Jones    75-80 — 155

Third Flight

Anderson-Hughes    76-69 — 145

Wisecup-Taylor    76-74 — 150

Clarkson-Lanter    76-76 — 152

G. Hubbard-T. Hubbard    76-78 — 154

Carpenter-Forshier    76-80 — 156

Strako-Cox        80-78 — 158

Bentley-Parliament    79-80 — 159

Wherry-Swank    81-79 — 160

Atwood-Atwood    79-83 — 162

 

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