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May 4, 2013

Friday's local scores and glances

DANVILLE — PREP BASEBALL

At Milford

Milford 9, Schlarman 8


Schlarman    121    000    4    —      8      7      9

Milford    112    211    1    —     9     11     8

WP — Clayton Rieches. LP — Dalton Dieu. Two or more hits — S: Mason Gard M: Wyatt Alt, Kyle Bennett, Jacob Henning. 2B — S: Mason Combs M: Jacob Gullquist. RBIs — S: Emmet Black 2, Riley Jones, Dieu, Gard M: Rieches, Ryley Ward, Tanner Davenport, Alt, Bennett, Henning.

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At Jamaica

Salt Fork 4, Bismarck-Henning 1


Bis-Henn    000    000    1    —      1      5      1

Salt Fork    001    003    x    —     4     5     0

WP — Cole Taylor. LP — Dylan Dodd. HR — SF: Noah Darr. RBIs — BH: Connor Lomax SF: Darr, Taylor, Max Stutsman.

Records — Salt Fork 15-6 overall, 12-2 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Oakwood

Oakwood 8, Armstrong-Potomac 0


A-P    000    000    0    —      0      4     0

Oakwood    150    002    x    —     8     13     3

WP — Kaleb Thompson. LP — Corey Buhr. Two or more hits — AP: Matt Terrell O: Thompson 3, Davin Miles, Conor Jarling, Ryan Bott. 2B — O: Miles, Jake England, Jarling, Thompson. RBIs — O: Thompson 2, Cody McClintock 2, England 2, Jarling.

Records — Oakwood 13-5 overall, 10-2 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Hoopeston

Game 1

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 4, Hoopeston Area 3


GRFC    000    002    100     000 1    —      4      10      2

H. Area    200    010    000     000 0    —     3     6     0

WP — Rylee Goodwin. Two or more hits — GRFC: Cory Webster 4, Ryan Berry 3, Trevor Price. 3B — GRFC: Berry 2. RBIs — GRFC: Webster.

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Game 2

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 3, Hoopeston Area 0


GRFC    001    000    2    —      3      4      2

Hoopeston Area    000    000    x    —     0     3    0

WP — Rylee Goodwin. 2B — GRFC: Cory Webster. RBIs — GRFC: Kyle Coburn, Easton Hoskins.

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PREP SOFTBALL

At Muncie

Armstrong-Potomac 4, Oakwood 1


A-P    101    020    0    —      4      12      0

Oakwood    001    000    0    —     1     7     0

WP — Morgan Zindars. LP — Breanna Wright. Two or more hits — AP: Makenzie Vinson 3, Kristen Newnum, Johanna Bruens O: Somer Wells, Hannah Grubb. 2B — AP: Zindars. HR — AP: Newnum. RBIs — AP: Newnum, Bruens, Ashley Gayheart O: Wells.

Records — Oakwood 3-17 overall, 2-9 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Hoopeston

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 7, Hoopeston Area 5


GRFC    012    120    1    —      7      10      6

Hoopeston Area    000    401    0    —     5     6     1

WP — Lexi Silva. LP — Rylee Martin (4-10). Two or more hits — GRFC: Brittany Hay 3, Silva 3 HA: Martin, Jordan McFadden. HR — GRFC: Madison Cramer. RBIs — GRFC: Callan Hall 2, Silva 2, Megan Burris, Cramer HA: Hailee Swinford, Allison Hamilton, Annabelle Goble.

Records — GRFC 14-5 overall, 11-4 in Vermilion Valley Conference, Hoopeston Area 7-14 4-8.

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At Catlin

Bismarck-Henning 12, Salt Fork 10


Bis-Henn    433    001    1    —      12      21      2

Salt Fork    001    303    3    —     10     19     2

WP — Phoenix LaCombe. LP — Peyton Meade. Two or more hits — BH: Lauren McKenzie 4, Lexi Ballard 4, Emmie Hawkins 3, Brittany Ribbe, Lani Andrews, Lindsay Andrews, Masyn Clough SF: Lea Hall 4, Emilie McFadden 3, Kayln Learnard 3, Lexi Smith, Jenna Bryant, Kaylee McFadden. 2B — BH: Hawkins, Ballard, Lani Andrews, LaCombe SF: Hall, Emilie McFadden, Bryant. HR — SF: Hall. RBIs — BH: Ballard 3, Hawkins 2, Lani Andrews 2, Ashlee Ronto 2, Ribbe, McKenzie, Lindsay Andrews SF: Hall 3, Kaylee McFaddem, Emilie McFadden, Kiley Summers, Nicole Weston, Bryant.

Records — Salt Fork 10-7 overall, 8-5 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At West Lebanon, Ind.

Rockville 19, Seeger 9


Seeger    143    01        —      9      11      8

Rockville    553    42        —     19    12     2

WP — Vukovits. LP — Smith. Two or more hits — S: Kay Irvine R: Riffe, Vukovits. RBIs — S: Morgan Rademacher 3, Irvine, McKenna Mitchell, Nellie Andrews, Michelle Bailiff.

Records — Seeger 4-14 overall, 0-8 in Wabash River Conference.

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PREP GIRLS TENNIS

At Covington, Ind.

Covington 4, West Vigo 1


Singles — Bailey Hill (C) def. Kaylen Cheeseman 6-1, 6-1, Mackensey Sorrell (C) def. Sarah Wyrick 6-1, 6-2, Morgan Brown (C) def. Makenzie Collins 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles — Lauren Paddock-Meghan Lowe (C) def. Sydney Brown-Makayla Herring 6-2, 6-4, Michaela Rollings-Justice Waltermire (WV) def. Chloe Shields-Raenen Pettit 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (7-5).

Records — Covington 5-4 overall.

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PREP BOYS TRACK

At Catlin

Vermilion County Meet


Team results — 1. Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman (GRFC) 163, 2. Salt Fork (SF) 110, 3. Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac (OAP) 72, 4. Bismarck-Henning (BH) 67, 5. Westville (W) 65, 6. Hoopeston Area (HA) 42.

Individual results

Discus — 1. Alec Dutton (SF) 167-3½; 2. Nick Barr (SF) 131-6; 3. Nick Woods (W) 131-1; 4. Braedon Lappin-Pratt (BH) 116-9; 5. Austin Romine (GRFC) 109-4.

Shot put — 1. Woods (W) 49-4; 2. Dutton (SF) 48-7; 3. Barr (SF) 43-8; 4. Troy Rodriguez (GRFC) 36-1; 5. Romine (GRFC) 34-7.

Long jump — 1. Keenen Butler (GRFC) 20-4; 2. Luke Maddox (SF) 19-8¾; 3. Skyler Reed (GRFC) 18-2; 4. Austin Johnson (W) 18-1; 5. Zach Horatschki (OAP) 17-7¾.

High jump — 1. Tyler Owen (GRFC) 6-0; 2. Butler (GRFC) 5-10; 2. Ty Hufford (BH) 5-10; 4. Chris Umbanhowar (HA) 5-10; 5. Brandon Snyder (OAP) 5-6.

Triple jump — 1. Owen (GRFC) 38-2; 2. Dalton Edwards (BH) 37-4½; 3. Taylor Kirby (SF) 37-0¾; 4. Andy Savage (BH) 36-10; Adam Bryant (W) 36-10.

3,200 relay — 1. Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac (Emerson Grey, Brian Rice, Jon Davis, Snyder) 9:05.09; 2. Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 9:25.7; 3. Bismarck-Henning 9:36.14; 4. Westville 10:18.4; 5. Hoopeston Area 10:34.98.

400 relay — 1. Salt Fork (Kirby, Seth McLain, Maddox, Nick Hedges) 45.12; 2. Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 45.68’ 3. Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac 46.87; 4. Westville 47.42; 5. Hoopeston Area 49.59.

3,200 meter — 1. Gustavo Manzano (GRFC) no time reported; 2. Colton Wyatt (GRFC) no time reported; 3. Savage (BH) 11:07; 4. Grey (OAP) 11:12; Austin Nunn (BH) 11:37.21;

110 hurdles — 1. Kirby (SF) 16.29; 2. Cassidy Dixon (HA) 17.52; 3. Colton Fauver (SF) 17.81; 4. Andrew Curley (OAP) 18.10. 5. Johnson (W) 18.50.

100 meter — 1. Nick Hedges (SF) 11.03; 2. Shane Overshiner (W) 11.67; 3. Craig Ayers (OAP) 11.82; 4. Tyson Reed (GRFC) 11.89; 5. McLain (SF) 11.93.

800 meter — 1. Jon Davis (OAP) 2:03.99; 2. Wyatt Avenatti (GRFC) 2:04.96; 3. Lane Avenatti (GRFC) 2:15.68; 4. Justin Wilson (BH) 2:16.30; 5. Grey (OAP) 2:18.44.

800 relay — 1. Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman (Shawn Reed, Kade Hollinsworth, Skyler Reed, Tyson Reed) 1:36.59; 2. Westville 1:42.8; 3. Bismarck-Henning 1:47.50; 4. Salt Fork (disqualified).

400 meter — 1. Umbanhowar (HA) 53.50; 2. Andy Nicholson (GRFC) 53.96; 3. Butler (GRFC) 54.09; 4. Chase Connelly (BH) 54.56; 5. Breight Phillips (SF) 55.27.

300 hurdles — 1. Kirby (SF) 43.73; 2. Curley (OAP) 44.12; 3. Dixon (HA) 45.22; 4. Colton Fauver (SF) 45.24; 5. Johnson (W) 45.83.

1,600 meter — 1. Davis (OAP) 4:36.50; 2. W. Avenatti (GRFC) 4:44.59; 3. Manzano (GRFC) 5:08.55; 4. Mason Wagner (BH) 5:10.58; 5. Brant Ramos (HA) 5:17.98.

200 meter — 1. Hedges (SF) 22.92; 2. Maddox (SF) 24.02; 3. T. Reed (GRFC) 24.68; 4. Sh. Reed (GRFC) 24.71; 5. Hufford (BH) 24.87.

1,600 relay — 1. Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman (Hollinsworth, Nicholson, L. Avenatti, W. Avenatti) 3:46.84; 2. Oakwood 3:56.10; 3. Bismarck-Henning 3:56.95; 4. Hoopeston Area 4:13.50; 5. Westville 4:18.

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PREP GIRLS TRACK

At Catlin

Vermilion County Meet


Team results — 1. Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac (OAP) 183; 2. Salt Fork (SF) 138; 3. Bismarck-Henning (BH) 84; 4. Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman (GRFC) 64; 5. Hoopeston Area (HA) 33; 6. Westville (W) 17.

Individual results

High jump — 1. Jenny Kimbro (SF) 5-1; 2. Summer Kitchens (OAP) 5-0; 3. (tie) MaKayla Gayler (OAP) Elora Thomas (GRFC) and Jessica Wilson (SF) 4-6.

Long jump — 1. Kimbro (SF) 15-11¾; 2. Jordyn Lunger (GRFC) 15-8¼; 3. Cheyenne Sadlek (OAP) 14-7; 4. Aubrey Brookshire (GRFC) 13-0; 5. Shania Goble (HA) 12-7¾.

Triple jump — 1. Preslie Fletcher (OAP) 30-11; 2. Gayler (OAP) 30-7; 3. Lunger (GRFC) 30-4½; 4. Maddie Winkler (BH) 28-5¼; 5. Madi Finney (BH) 27-11.

Shot put — 1. Abby Nicholson (SF) 36-6½; 2. Jessica Hall (BH) 32-11¾; 3. Harlena Hardin (OAP) 32-9½; 4. Rachel Negangard (SF) 30-9; 5. Shelbi Haga (BH) 30-2½.

Discus — 1. Nicholson (SF) 113-9; 2. Negangard (SF) 103-6; 3. Hardin (OAP) 101-0; 4. Maddie Brown (HA) 85-11½; 5. Shelby Warner (GRFC) 85-2½.

3,200 relay — 1. Oakwood/A-P (Mariah Carnahan, Catherine Wright, Delaney Durst, Preslie Fletcher) 11:07.37; 2. Bismarck-Henning 11:23.15; 3. Geo-RF/Chrisman 11:49.49; 4. Salt Fork 13:05.56.

400 relay — 1. Oakwood/A-P (Hailey Bennett, Sadlek, Summer Kitchens, Abby Stewart) 52.22; 2. Bismarck-Henning 53.20; 3. Salt Fork 53.64; 4. Geo-RF/Chrisman 56.74; 5. Westville 59.00.

3,200 — 1. Brown (HA) 13:02.3; 2. Shaina Andrews (OAP) 13:28.9; 3. Ellen Dulin (BH) 13:52.0; 4. Hannah Bray (HA) 14:14.6; 5. Megan McKee (GRFC) 14:22.6.

100 hurdles — 1. Kimbro (SF) 14.95 (county record); 2. Gayler (OAP) 16.63; 3. Morgan Kirby (SF) 16.65; 4. Bennett (OAP) 17.21; 5. Cheyenne Meeker (GRFC) 18.87.

100 — 1. Mary Bass (BH) 13.25; 2. Plotner (SF) 13.40; 3. Stewart (OAP) 13.76; 4. Lunger (GRFC) 13.84; 5. Sadlek (OAP) 13.93.

800 — 1. Carnahan (OAP) 2:43.05; 2. Durst (OAP) 2:43.90; 3. Brandi Puzey (SF) 2:44.60; 4. Sarah Ellis (GRFC) 2:48.9; 5. Meghan Ingram (GRFC) 2:50.19; 6. MacKenzie Schabowski (W) 2:52.60.

800 relay — 1. Oakwood/A-P (Bennett, Harper, Kitchens, Stewart) 1:52.77; 2. Bismarck-Henning 1:59.15; 3. Westville 2:00.37; 4. Salt Fork 2:00.70.

400 — 1. Plotner (SF) 1:01.10; 2. Conklin (OAP) 1:07.10; 3. Fletcher (OAP) 1:07.33; 4. Brookshier (GRFC) 1:09.50; 5. Mariah Rolinitis (W) 1:09.60; 6. Mikayla Rolinitis (W) 1:10.80.

300 hurdles — 1. Kimbro (SF) 46.86; 2. Bennett (OAP) 49.21; 3. Gayler (OAP) 50.23; 4. Angela Reed (BH) 57.04; 5. Morgan Kirby (SF) 58.03.

1,600 — 1. Brown (HA) 4:36.50; 2. Dulin (BH) 4:44.59; 3. Andrews (OAP) 5:08.55; 4. Ingram (GRFC) 5:10.58; 5. Bray (HA) 5:17.98.

200 — 1. Plotner (SF) 26.95; 2. Sadlek (OAP) 28.10; 3. Bass (BH) 28.20; 4. Stewart (OAP) 28.52; 5. Estella Bush (SF) 28.95.

1,600 relay — 1. Oakwood/A-P (Kira Conklin, Shay Green, Durst, Fletcher) 4:36.9; 2. Bismarck-Henning 4:42.79; 3. Geo-RF/Chrisman 4:49.30; 4. Westville 4:54.80; 5. Salt Fork 5:21.40.

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At Urbana

Big 12 Meet


Team results — 1. Normal Community 130, 2. Danville 119, 3. Normal West 108, $. Champaign Centennial 70, 5. Champaign Central 38, 6. Bloomington 36. 7. Decatur Mac Arthur 33, 8. Urbana 24.

Individual results

Long jump — 1. Michela Jones (D) 17-1¼

Triple jump — 1. Alexus Jimson-Miller (D) 35-8¼

High jump — 1. Katie Shifflet (NW) 5-2, 5. Aariona Graham (D) 4-10

Pole Vault — 1. Brooke Catherine (NC) 11-6, 5. Ambrosia Williams (D) 9-3

Shot Put — 1. Ranija Turner (Central) 40-10½, 4. Lynette Buggs (D) 34-0

Discus — 1. Tia Robertson (NW) 121-02, 9. Ashley Forthenberry (D) 82-06

100 meters — 1. Emone Davis (D) 12.65

200 meters — 1. Jimson-Miller 25.72

400 meters — 1. Bertha Frazier (Centennial) 58.40, 8. Alexis Hoskins (D) 1:01.86

800 meters — 1. Rachel Johnson (NC) 2:23.24, 11. Kristin Verkler (D) 2:37.94

100 hurdles — 1. Jimson-Miller 14.53

300 hurdles — 1. Jimson-Miller 44.69

1,600 — 1. Emily Brelsfoard (NW) 5:09.85, 5. Sadie Elliott (D) 5:32.29

3,200 — 1. Brelsfoard 10:56.04. 3. Elliott 11:36.17

400 relay — 1. Danville (Jorriel Stewart, Jones, Williams, Davis) 49.17

800 relay — 1. Champaign Centennial 1:45.53,

1,600 relay — 1. Normal Community 4:03.83, 2. Danville (Hoskins, Davis, Imani Hall, Williams0 4:10.59,

3,200 relay — 1. Normal Community 9:54.39, 6. Danville (Caylin Smith, Verkler, Ariyanna Reed,. Zena Day) 10:53.70

 

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