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Sports

March 9, 2013

Saturday's local scores and glances

(Continued)

DANVILLE — PREP GIRLS TRACK

At Danville

Danville High School Open

Individual results


Pole vault — 1. Ambrosia Williams (Danville) 9-0.

Long jump — 1. Lashay Grubbs (Danville) 15-04, 2. Zena Day (Danville) 14-09, 3. Kierra Forman (Danville) 13-07, 4. Michaela Jones (Danville) 13-05.

Triple jump — 1. Jones (Danville) 31-07, Grubbs (Danville) 31-01, 3. Forman (Danville) 29-00.

Shot put — 1. Ashley Forthenberry (Danville) 32-02, 2. Buggs (Danville) 31-04, 3. Irene Garza (Arcola) 21-08.

55 meter dash — 1. Emone Davis (Danville) 7.79, 2. Jones (Danville) 7.84, 3. Giles (Chicago Orr) 7.87, 4. Jorriel Stewart (Danville) 7.92.

200 meter dash — 1. Lashay Grubbs (Danville) 28.47, 2. Keatta Atkins (Chicago Orr) 30.78, 3. Arriel Barnes (Danville) 32.40.

400 meter dash — 1. Alexis Hoskins (Danville) 1:05.19, 2. Caylin Smith (Danville) 1:15.19.

600 meter run — 1. Sadie Elliott (Danville) 1:53.49, 2. Kristin Verkler (Danville) 2:03.03.

1,600 meter run — 1. Linna Shutt (Danville) 6:57.51, 2. Emily Musgrove (Danville) 7:16.31.

50 meter hurdles — 1. Jimson-Miller (Danville) 8.19, 2. Shannon Brown (Danville) 10.16,

55 meter hurdles — 1. Jimson Miller (Danville) 8:35, 2. Keatta Atkins (Chocago Orr) 9.93, 3. Shannon Brown (Danville) 10.01.

640 meter relay — 1. Danville (Emone Davis, Ambrosia Williams, Jorriel Stewart, Jimson Miller), 1:23.87.

1,600 meter relay — 1. Danville (Smith, Day, Elliott, Verkler) 4:58.01  

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MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

NJCAA Regional 24 Tournament

At John Wood, Quincy


Friday, March 8 scores

Game 1 — Lincoln College 70, Illinois Central 65.

Game 2 — Danville Area Community College 70, Lincoln Land College 56

Game 3 —  John Wood Community College 55, Parkland College 41

Saturday, March 9 games

Game 4 — Rend Lake 76, Lincoln College 65

Game 5 — John Wood Community College 66, Danville Area Community College 58

Sunday, March 10 game

Championship — No. 1 Rend Lake (24-3) vs. . No. 3 John Wood Community College (22-8), 2 p.m.

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At Quincy

NJCAA Division II Region 24 Semifinals


John Wood Community College 66, Danville Area Community College 58

John Wood (66) — Michael Roy 5-8 1-4 12, James Lane 6-10 0-0 12, Kourtlin Jackson 1-9 5-6 7, Brad Hamilton 3-9 6-6 14, A’Darius Porter 1-6 5-6 7, Bryan Betts 0-0 0-0 0, Jon White 3-6 4-4 12, T.J. Tisdell 0-2 0-0 0, Raviel Burton 1-5 0-0 2. Totals: 20-55 21-26 66.

Danville Area Community College (58) — Evan Blackmon 2-10 0-0 5, Derek Shouse 6-16 3-4 18, Chris Whitehead 4-9 2-4 10, Mike Ryce 3-6 0-0 6, Ronnie White 4-5 1-3 9, Raheem Jackson 1-2 0-0 3, David Hicks 1-1 0-0 2, Bobby Blackwell 0-1 0-0 0, Kody Tucker 1-6 2-2 5. Totals: 22-56 8-13 58.

John Wood    30        36    —    66

DACC    22        36    —    58

3-point goals – John Wood 5-11 (Hamilton 2-6, White 2-2, Roy 1-1, Jackson 0-1, Porter 0-1). DACC 6-24 (Shouse 3-8, Blackmon 1-5, Jackson 1-2, Tucker 1-5, Whitehead 0-2, Ryce 0-1, Blackwell 0-1). Rebounds – John Wood 45 (Porter 13, Lane 10, Jackson 7, Roy 3, Burton 3, White 2, Hamilton, Betts, TEAM 5); DACC 31 (Whitehead 9, White 6, Blackmon 3, Ryce 3, Tucker 3, Shouse 2, Hicks 2, TEAM 3). Assists – John Wood 9 (Porter 4, Jackson 2, Betts 2, Roy); DACC 10 (Whitehead 8, Blackmon, Tucker). Turnovers – John Wood 21 (Roy 6, Jackson 4, Lane 3, Porter 3, Hamilton 2, Betts, White, TEAM); DACC 19 (Whitehead 8, White 4, Blackmon 3, Ryce 2, Shouse, Hicks). Steals – John Wood 9 (Roy 3, Hamilton 3, Lane, White, Burton); DACC 8 (Blackmon 3, Whitehead 3, Jackson 2). Blocks – John Wood 2 (Lane, Jackson); DACC 5 (Blackmon, Shouse, Whitehead, Ryce, Jackson). Total fouls – John Wood 16; DACC 22. Fouled out – Porter, Whitehead, Ryce, White. Officials – Dillon Brasher, Kirk Hacker, Tony Rodriguez.

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WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

NJCAA Region 24 Tournament


Wednesday, March 6 games

Game 1 —  Illinois Central 80, Lincoln Land College 40

Game 2 — Danville Area Community College 50, John Wood 40

Game 3 — Parkland College 82, Lincoln College 56.

Game 4 — Lake Land 69, Lewis & Clark College 50.

Saturday, March 9 games

At Illinois Central College, East Peoria

Game 5 — Illinois Central 65, Danville Area Community College 61

Game 6 — Lake Land 68, Parkland College 64.

Sunday, March 10 game

Championship — No. 1 Illinois Central (28-3) vs. . No. 3 Lake Land (25-7),, 2 p.m.

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MINOR LEAGUE HOCKEY

Federal Hockey League Glance

All times Central


    GP    W    OW    OL    L    Pts

z-Dayton    51    37    5    3    6    124

x-Danbury    50    24    4    6    16    86

Pennsylvania    45    20    3    3    19    69

x-1000 Islands    53    18    5    4    26    68

x-Danville    54    19    2    4    298    64

New York    30    4    1    1    24    15

z - clinched league title

x - clinched playoff berth

NOTE: Three points for a win. Two points for overtime win. One point for overtime loss.

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FHL Playoffs

Best of five series


* — if necessary

Eastern Conference

March 8 game

Game 1 — Danbury 6, 1000 Islands 3

March 9 game

Game 2 — Danbury 7, 1000 Islands 0, Danbury leads series, 2-0

March 10 game

Game 3 — 1000 Islands at Danbury, 4:05 p.m.

March 12 game

*Game 4 — Danbury at 1000 Islands, 6:35 p.m.

March 13 game

*Game 5 — Danbury at 1000 Islands, 6:35 p.m.

Western Conference

Friday’s game

Game 1 — Dayton 7, Danville 5

Saturday’s game

Game 2 — Dayton 5, Danville 1, Dayton leads series, 2-0.

March 8 game

Game 3 — Dayton 6, Danville 1, Dayton wins series, 3-0

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From Friday

At Palmer Arena

Dayton 6, Danville 1


Dayton    2    1    3    —    6

Danville    0    0    1    —    1

First period

Dayton — Trevor Karasiewicz (Peter Cintala, Nicholas Petriello), 1:13.

Dayton — Jason Hill (Brayden Metz, Chris Leveille), 14:03.

Second period

Dayton — Hill (unassisted), 4:58.

Third period

Dayton — Metz (Hill, Leveille), 1:48.

Dayton — Luke Flicek (short handed) (Jesse Felten), 5:56.

Dayton — Leveille (power play) (Hill, Karasiewicz), 9:43.

Danville — Kevin McCready (Jonathan Juliano, Ryan Stern), 13:50.

Shots on goal

Dayton    14    7    8    —    29

Danville    12    18    16    —    46

Game statistics

Keeper saves — Dayton: Jeff Rose 45; Danville: Justin Sand 23. Power plays — Dayton 1-1, Danville 0-7. Penalties-minutes — Dayton: 14-55 (Timothy Recio 1-2, Hill 3-14, Townsend 1-5, Ahmed Mahfouz 3-22, Felten 1-2, Rose 2-4, Cintala 1-2, Brian Marks 2-4); Danville 7-33 (Chris Affinati 1-5, Shawn McNulty 3-6, Dustin Skinner 3-22).

 

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