The Commercial-News, Danville, IL

Sports

October 25, 2013

Thursday's local scores

PREP VOLLEYBALL

At Danville

Danville 2, Paris 0

Paris 23 17

Danville 25 25

Danville Statistical leaders

Kills — Lindsey Loewenstein 5, Mackenzie King 4, Ashley Forthenberry 4, Alexis Hoskins 4, Desiree Issac 2. Blocks — Forthenberry 2. Service aces — Michaela Jones 3, Ambrosia Williams 3, Loewenstein 3.

At Danville

Schlarman 2, Oakwood 0

Oakwood 4 10

Schlarman 25 25

Schlarman Statistical leaders

Kills — Laura Gross 11, Janelle Marion 9, Jordan Marganski 4. Assists — Marganski 14, Marion 9, Gross 3.

Records — Schlarman 22-3 overall, 13-0 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

At Westville

Salt Fork 2, Westville 1

Salt Fork 25 23 25

Westville 21 25 18

Statistical leaders

Kills — SF: Jenny Kimbro 8, Britton Seamon 8, Emilie McFadden 8, Kalyn Learnard 3, Lea Hall 2; W: Lauren Barthalow 7, Alexa Kantout 6, Adrianne Pate 4, Mariah Rolinitis. Blocks — SF: Seamon 4, Learnard 2, Allie Trosper; W: Kantout 6, Barthalow 3, Pate 2. Assists — SF: Trosper 27, Hall; W: Pate 12, Barthalow, Kantout. Service aces — SF: Seamon, McFadden, Hall, Trosper, W: Pate, Rolinitis. Digs — SF: Kimbro 11, Learnard 8, Estella Bush 6, McFadden 6, Seamon 5, Laken Waltz 2; W: Rolinitis 11, Barthalow 3, Pate 2, Kantout.

Records — Salt Fork 24-6 overall, 12-1 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

At Armstrong

Armstrong-Potomac 2, Bismarck-Henning 1

Bis-Henn 25 22 23

A-P 16 25 25

Statistical leaders

Kills — BH: Mary Bass 10, Jessica Hall 6, Stephanie Bott 5, Lindsey Andrews 4, Shelbi Haga 2; AP: Rachel Miles 14. Makenzie Vinson 6, Macey Williams 5, Amy Cook. Blocks — BH: Bott 5, Bass 4, Hall 4, Haga; AP: Williams 3, Miles 2. Assists — BH: Maddie Winkler 22; AP: Morgan Zindars 25. Service aces — BH: Andrews 4, Brittany Taylor 2, AP: Zindars 2, Vinson, Abbie Stewart. Digs — BH: Addie Voyles 11, Andrews 11, Emily Ronto 8, Bass 8, Taylor 6; AP: Miles 22, Zindars 16, Vinson 14.

Records — Bismarck-Henning 15-9 overall, 8-5 in the Vermilion Valley Conference.

At Chrisman

Chrisman 2, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 1

Geo-RF 25 16 16

Chrisman 15 25 25

Georgetown-Ridge Farm Statistical leaders

Kills — Annelise Garrison 8, Lexi Silva 6, Tristyn Mingee 4 Blocks — Silva 2, Mingee 2. Assists — Lexi Ovall 10, Hannah Brandt 8. Service aces — Mingee 5, Ovall 4,Silva 2. Digs — Kelsey Buckman 5, Garrison 4, Mingee 4.

LOCAL BOWLING

At Lincoln Lanes

Tuesday Night Go-Getters

Oct. 22 results

Individual

Men

Class A

Series — Joe Blagg 649

Game — Ron Blagg 274

Class B

Series — Mac McDaniel 477

Game — Harl Miller 177

Women

Class A

Series — Sue Strong 585

Game — Lisa Moudy 204

Class B

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