CATLIN — After a tight win against Oakwood on Tuesday, the Salt Fork boys basketball team got back into action on Wednesday against Armstrong-Potomac.
And just like the game against the Comets, the Storm did just enough in the second half to defeat the Trojans 38-35.
Max Stutsman had 17 points for Salt Fork, who was tied with A-P at 14-14 at halftime, while Ross Learnard had eight and Cole Taylor added six.
Dustin Rademacher had 10 points, while Corey Buhr added nine and Dentler Loschen and Shawn Johnson each added eight.
Both teams will face each other again on Saturday in the first day of the Vermilion County Tournament at the David S. Palmer Arena.
Chrisman 80, Oakwood 40
CHRISMAN — Ty Bolen had 31 points as the Cardinals doubled up the Comets.
Tyler Owen had 14 points for Chrisman, who was up 43-25 at halftime while Cory Webster had 11 and Austin Merritt added seven.
Parker Lee had 14 points for Oakwood while Jeremy Watson and Skyler Slade each had six and Brian Rice and Kyle Girton each added four.
The Comets will start play at the Vermilion County Tournament on Saturday against Hoopeston Area.
PREP BOYS SWIMMING
Danville 95, South Vermillion 91
CLINTON, Ind. — Max Shannon and Tristan Wolfe each won two events as the Vikings got past South Vermillion.
Shannon won the 200 freestyle (2 minutes, 4.37 seconds) and the 500 freestyle (5:49.25) while Wolfe won the 100 freestyle (52.08) and the 100 backstroke (1:02.07).
Lucas Miller won the 50 freestyle (25.46) and was second in the 100 butterfly (1:01.78) while Logan McBee won the 100 breaststroke (1:13.08) and was second in the 200 individual medley (2:27.49).
Antonio Sanchez won the diving event (135 points) while Dakota Crain was second (128.80) and the 200 medley relay team of Wolfe, McBee, Miller and John Crandall won with a time of 1:53.71.
The Vikings will host Normal West and Springfield on Saturday.
Cubs sign former Dan Coghlan
The Chicago Cubs signed former Danville Dan and former Rookie of the Year Chris Coghlan to a minor-league contract with an invitation to spring training.
Coghlan won the 2009 National League Rookie of the Year with the then-Florida Marlins, when he batted .321 with a .390 on-base percentage. He has been limited by injuries since then, averaging just 66 games played over the past four seasons. The Marlins didn’t offer him a contract in December, making him at free agent.
Coghlan played for the Dans in 2004.