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Local Sports

September 22, 2017

 

(OLNEY)  in Major League Baseball last night – the Cardinals made it three in row in Cincinnati
* the Redbirds beat the Reds, 8-5
here’s how some of the other Midwestern teams did last night
* those that won were the Cubs, White Sox, Royals, Indians, Twins, Braves, and Rangers
* those that lost were the Brewers, Tigers, and Astros
the Cardinals are back in action tonight with the first of three this weekend in Pittsburgh against the Pirates

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys High School Soccer last night – Olney wins at home on Ed Webber Field at OCC
the Tigers beat Mt. Carmel, 4-3
* Trey Nosek and Jacob McVicker each scored 2 goals apiece for Olney
* two of the goals were assisted by Kye Stallard and Jacob McVicker
the Soccer Tigers are quickly back in action tomorrow traveling north to Charleston

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls High School Tennis yesterday – Olney wins again on the road
the Lady Tigers beat Effingham, 7-2 as Olney won five of the six singles matches, all in two sets each
* Logan Kauble won the #1 singles match, 6-4, 6-2
* Cait O’Dell won the #3 singles match, 6-3, 6-2
* Riley Doll won the #4 singles match, 6-0, 6-0
* Katie Hostetter won the #5 singles match, 6-0, 6-1
* Paige Steber won the #6 singles match, 6-4, 6-0
Olney also won two of the three doubles matches, both wins in two sets each
* Cait O’Dell and Haven Doll won the #2 doubles match, 6-1, 6-2
* Zoe Alexander and Katie Hostetter won the #3 doubles match, 6-2, 6-3
Olney also won all four of the junior varsity matches, all of which were doubles matches
the Lady Tigers are back in action tomorrow at the Centralia Invitational Tournament

 

(NEWTON)  in Girls High School Tennis yesterday – Newton wins again
the Lady Eagles beat Shelbyville, 8-1 as they improve to 7-1 on the year
* no individual results in either singles or doubles were provided
Newton is back in action at the Casey-Westfield Invitational

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys High School Golf yesterday – Olney finished 2nd in a four team match on the road
the Tigers were 2nd to host Fairfield, 176 to 164 – Vienna was 3rd at 178 and Cisne had no team score
* the Match Medalist was Cisne’s Jordan Hosick with an even par 35
* Olney’s best round came from Coen McDowell with a 40
* teammates Ryan Tolliver shot a 44 and both Logan Muston and Ethan Rodgers carded at 46
the Tigers are back on the links today traveling up to the Charleston Invitational with a 1:00 start

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls High School Golf yesterday – Olney was at Fairfield
the Lady Tigers had the best round by Match Medalist Abigail Nealis with a low round 53
* teammate Madeline McKinney was just one stroke back at 54
the Lady Tigers now prepare for the LIC Conference Tournament Monday at the Richland Country Club

 

(NEWTON)  in High School Volleyball last night – Newton swept to LIC matches at home
the Lady Eagles won the varsity match over Lawrenceville in two sets, 25-12, 25-4
* Newton was led by Abby Frohning, Kelsi Geltz, Maddi Hemrich, and Mariah Earnest
Newton also won the junior varsity match in two sets
the 13-6 Lady Eagles will host their “Pink Out” match against Salem next Monday night at NCHS

 

(OLNEY)  in High School Volleyball last night – Olney dropped two and split the other
the Lady Tigers lost the varsity match to Edwards County in two close sets, 22-25, 21-25
* Olney’s top players were Logan Shan, Faith Stallard, Addie Hemrich, and Madison Mowrer
Olney lost the junior varsity match in three sets – the freshman match was split with one set win each
the Lady Tigers are back on the court for an LIC match on the road next Tuesday up at Marshall

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  here’s some other High School Sports results from yesterday
Boys Golf  :
* Robinson beat Marshall & Oblong, 176 to 184 to 199
    * the Co-Match Medalists’ were Robinson’s Takoda Wheeler and Oblong’s Tyler Musgrave at 40
Girls Golf  :
* Oblong beat Robinson and Marshall, 218 to 245 to no score
    * Match Medalist was Oblong’s Katelyn Leggitt with a low round 46
Girls Tennis  :
* Flora beat Robinson, 9-0
Varsity Volleyball  :
* Clay City beat Dieterich in two sets
Baseball  :
* Teutopolis beat Altamont, 6-0
* Teutopolis beat Altamont, 10-0
* Dieterich beat Odin, 15-1
* South Central beat Cisne, 10-5

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys Junior High Cross Country yesterday on the Olney Central College course
Olney won the seven team meet by beating out 2nd place Jasper County, 37 to 59
* Robinson was 3rd with 77 points, followed by Olney St. Joe with 90 points
* the other teams were from Allendale, Flora, and Fairfield
here’s the top runners for the Cubs on the varsity 1.9 mile course
* Brooks Julian finished in 3rd place – then teammates Hudson Lathrop 5th and Drew Blank (7th)
Olney also won the junior varsity 1.4 mile race, followed by St. Joe, Fairfield, Allendale, and Geff
* the Cubs’ top jv runner was Ian Winkler finishing 1st – teammate Brayden McVicker was 2nd
Olney is back running next Monday at Effingham St. Anthony

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls Junior High Cross Country yesterday on the Olney Central College course
Olney finished 2nd to Robinson by only 7 points, 53 to 46 – Jasper County was a close 3rd with 59 points
* Olney St. Joe finished 4th with 68 points, followed by Allendale, Fairfield, and Geff
here’s the top runners for the Lady Cubs on the varsity 1.9 mile course
* Allison Harness finished in 3rd place – then teammates Carley Greenwood 7th and Allyson Mitchell 8th
Olney was 2nd in the junior varsity race, losing to Allendale by only 6 points, 52 to 46 – St. Joe was 3rd
* the Lady Cubs’ top jv runner was Shelby Vincent finishing in 3rd place – Madellyn Solis was 7th
Olney is back on the course next Monday against St. Anthony up in Effingham

 

(OLNEY)  the downstate Southern Illinois Junior High School Athletic Association regionals are underway
this includes baseball and softball in all three classes, including S, M, and L
all of the downstate regional tournaments will end this weekend or the first of next week

 

(NEWTON)  the upstate IESA State Softball Tournaments begin tomorrow at Champion Fields in Normal
it’s quarter-final action on today with the semi-finals and finals thru the day tomorrow
* the only area team involved is Casey-Westfield in the Class A Tournament at 10:30 this morning
the IESA Baseball Sectionals will be played tomorrow

 

(OLNEY/NEWTON)  we’re back to High School Football tonight with all LIC matchups on tap
* the Newton Eagles are at home to battle Robinson
* it’s the Annual Shrine Game and Homecoming Night at Flora as the Wolves host the Olney Tigers
* elsewhere – it’s Casey-Westfield at Lawrenceville and Marshall at Paris
* this week’s non-conference game has Red Hill hosting Farmer City tomorrow afternoon at 1:00

 

                                  LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  the Richland County Men’s Basketball League is looking for teams and players for the upcoming 2017-2018 season with the first games scheduled for November 2nd in Claremont – the team deadline to sign up is Friday, October 27th, although the entry fees have yet to be set – it’s all part of the non-profit Richland County Athletic Association – for more details, call Ed at  618-320-9590

 

(NEWTON)  the Newton Elmentary PTO will have its Annual Eagle Challenge Color Fun 5K Run / Walk and One Mile Kids Run on Saturday, September 30th – it’s registration at 7:00 that morning on the southwest corner of the square in downtown Newton – the race will start at 8:00 with the Kids Run to follow at 8:10 – the cost is $20 per adult and $10 per child and it includes t-shirt for all taking part – the registration forms are available at the Newton Elementary School or at the Newton Press-Mentor office – while the signup deadline was last Friday, late forms will be accepted on race day – all are invited to come out, get splashed with orange & blue for Homecoming Week, and help raise funds for the local PTO

 

(OLNEY)  the Richland County F.O.P. (Fraternal Order of Police) will have a fundraising Golf Outing this coming Sunday afternoon at the Richland Country Club in Olney – there’s still room for teams of four players to sign up at a cost of $200 per team – it begins with a pulled pork lunch at 11:30 and a shotgun start at 1:00 – if any questions or to sign up, call Kevin at  618-839-5922  or the Country Club in Olney

 

(OLNEY)  join us for our Coaches Corner Show tomorrow morning at 9:03 on CBS Sports Radio, at 107.1 FM / 740 AM WVLN – we’ll talk with Olney Tiger Football Coach Matt Music and we’ll preview Olney Central College Basketball with Blue Knights Coach Mike Burris and Lady Knights Coach Clint Burris – also live online at www.wvlnam.com – that’s tomorrow morning at 9:03 on CBS Sports Radio WVLN

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  on today’s High School Sports Calendar involving Olney and Newton teams
Boys Golf  :  Olney at the Charleston Tournament
Football  :  Olney at Flora  :  Robinson at Newton

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s St. Louis Cardinals Baseball tonight on CBS Sports Radio WVLN with our dugout show at 5:10 and the first pitch at around 6:05  :  it’s Olney Tiger Football tonight on Freedom 92.9 with our pregame show at 6:30 and kickoff at 7:00  :  it’s Newton Eagle Football tonight on 103.5 “The Eagle” with our pregame show at 6:45 and kickoff at 7:00  :  and it’s the latest in sports the rest of the weekend long on CBS Sports Radio, at 107.1 FM / 740 AM WVLN

 

 

 

September 21, 2017

 

(OLNEY)  in Major League Baseball last night – the Cardinals won again on the road in Cincinnati
* the Redbirds beat the Reds, 9-2
here’s how some of the other Midwestern teams did last night
* those that won were the Pirates, Royals, Indians, Astros, and Rangers
* those that lost were the Cubs, Brewers, White Sox, Twins, Tigers, Astros, and Braves
the Cardinals are back in action tonight with the final game of the three game series in Cincinnati

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys High School Golf yesterday – Olney hosted two teams at the Richland Country Club
Mt. Carmel won the match by beating 2nd place Effingham St. Anthony by 21 strokes, 151 to 172
* the host Tigers finished 3rd with a 189 score
the day’s top golfers included a three way tie for the Match Medalist
* Mt. Carmel’s Dawson Brown, Colton Etzkorn, & Brayden Peterson all shot a 2 over par 37 on the front 9
* Olney’s top score was Coen McDowell’s 45, while Zach Duenas shot a 47
* Olney’s Jaedyn Moyes hit a 48 and Logan Muston shot a 49\
the Tigers are back in action today traveling to Fairfield

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls High School Golf yesterday – Olney hosted golfers from the same schools
there were no scores taken
* the Match Medalist was St. Anthony’s Clare McHugh with a low round 38
* Mt. Carmel’s best round was shot by Allyson Armstrong with a 45
* Olney’s Madeline McKinney shot a 46 – teammates Abigail Nealis had a 53 and Kourtney Burgener a 65

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  here’s some other High School Sports results from yesterday
Boys Golf  :
* Villa Grove beat Oblong, 180 to 208
Girls Tennis  :
* Robinson beat Charleston, 6-3
Baseball  :
* Teutopolis beat Windsor / Stewardson-Strasburg, 10-0 in five innings

 

(OLNEY)  the downstate Southern Illinois Junior High School Athletic Association regionals are underway
Class S Baseball Quarter-Finals  :  Cisne beat West Salem, 13-3  :  Bluford beat Clay City, 12-2
Class S Baseball Quarter-Finals  :  Iuka beat Grayville, 17-2  :  Jasper/Geff beat New Hope, 5-1
Class M Baseball Semi-Finals  :  Fairfield beat NCOE, 9-0  :  Albion beat Wayne City, 13-5
Class L Baseball Semi-Finals  :  Marion beat Eldorado, 9-2  :  Harrisburg beat Massac County, 8-4
Class S Softball Quarter-Finals  :  West Salem beat Iuka, 6-2
Class S Softball Quarter-Finals  :  Odin/St. Teresa beat Patoka, 2-0  :  Central City beat Selmaville, 13-3
Class L Softball Semi-Finals  :  Marion beat Eldorado, 14-0  :  Massac County beat Harrisburg, 4-3
all of the downstate SIJHSAA Baseball and Softball Regionals continue today, tomorrow, and next Monday

 

(NEWTON)  the upstate IESA State Softball Tournaments begin tomorrow at Champion Fields in Normal
it’s quarter-final action on Friday with the semi-finals and finals thru the day on Saturday
* the only area team involved is Casey-Westfield in the Class A Tournament –
the IESA Baseball Sectionals will be played this coming Saturday

 

(NEWTON)  in High School Football from last Friday night – Newton lost its first game of the year
the Eagles fell to Red Hill, 31-42 as Newton is now 3-1 on the year, now 2-1 in the Little Illini Conference
Newton jumped out to 7-0 lead after one quarter with only points scored in the first 15 minutes
* a 4 yard TD run by Dawson Phillips with an extra point kick by Ben Carr
the Eagles were outscored 22 to 10 in the second quarter adding a touchdown and field goal
* a 13 yard TD run by Connor Bierman with a Ben Carr extra point kick
* a 32 yard field goal by Ben Carr
Newton was again outscored in the third quarter 8 to 7 as the Eagles added a touchdown
* a 7 yard TD run by Peyton Doughty with an extra point kick by Ben Carr
the Eagles added a final touchdown in the final quarter of play
* a 9 yard TD run by Peyton Doughty with a Ben Carr extra point kick
Newton trailed the entire second half and went on to the tough LIC 11-point loss on the road
offensively, the Eagles had 349 total yards compared to Red Hill’s 473 total yards
Newton ran for 212 yards on 42 total carries
* Peyton Doughty carried the ball 30 times for 181 yards and 2 touchdowns
* Connor Bierman gained 24 yards on 8 carries and 1 touchdown
* Bryce Hance ran the ball once for a 5 yard gain
* Dawson Phillips gained only 2 yards on 3 carries and 1 touchdown
the Eagles threw the ball 22 times, completing 11 passes for 137 yards
* Connor Bierman completed 11 of his 22 passes
* Trenton Duncan caught 5 passes for 58 yards
* Rhett Kocher caught 3 passes for 38 yards
* Jaden Kuhl caught 2 passes for 22 yards
* Peyton Doughty caught 1 pass for 19 yards
defensively, Newton had 44 tackles with no sacks and one interception
* Dawson Phillips led the Eagles with 10 solo tackles and 6 assists
* Seth Wills had 5 solo tackles and 2 assists
* Connor Brown had 5 solo tackles and 1 assist
* Rhett Kocher had 5 solo tackles
* Teddy Frichtl had 4 solo tackles and 2 assists
* Connor Bierman had 2 solo tackles, 4 assists, and Newton’s lone interception
as far as kick returns for the Eagles
* Rhett Kocher returned 1 kick for 36 yards
* Colton Goode returned 2 kicks for 14 yards
* Trenton Duncan returned 2 kicks for 10 yards
* Dawson Phillips returned 1 kick for 10 yards
* Connor Bierman returned 1 punt for 8 yards
on the offensive side of kicking for Newton
* Ben Carr hit all four extra points and a 32 yard field goal, his first of the year
the Eagles return home tomorrow night to host Robinson in LIC Conference action

 

(OLNEY)  in High School Football from last Friday night – Olney lost a tough LIC game on the road
the Tigers fell at Marshall, up in Clark County, 20-28 as Olney drops to 1-3 overall, now 1-2 in the LIC
after falling behind on a Marshall TD, Olney scored twice for a 14-7 lead at the end of the first quarter
* a 54 yard TD run by Peyton Blanton with an extra point kick by Kye Stallard
* a 39 yard TD pass to Gunnar Michels from Kaleb Foster with a Kye Stallard extra point kick
the Tigers were then outscored 8-0 in the second quarter as Marshall led at halftime, 15-14
Olney was held scoreless and was outscored in the third quarter, trailing 21-14 at the end of three frames
the Tigers added their final score on a fourth quarter touchdown leading to the slim 8-point loss
offensively, Olney had 403 total yards compared to Marshall’s 415 total yards
the Tigers threw for 214 yards on 18 completed passes
* Dakotah Brown completed 14 of his 19 passes for 143 yards
* Kaleb Foster threw for 71 yards, completing 4 of his 5 passes with 1 touchdown toss
* Sutton Dunn caught 9 passes for 91 yards
* Braxton Burgener hauled in 5 passes for 49 yards
* Conner Zuber caught 2 passes for 22 yards
* Gunnar Michels scored his touchdown on a 39 yard pass – his only reception
* Dakotah Brown caught 1 pass for 13 yards
on the ground, Olney carried the ball 35 times for 189 yards
* Peyton Blanton gained 89 yards on 9 carries with 1 touchdown
* Gavin Dorn ran the ball 10 times for 53 yards
* Dakotah Brown ran for 50 yards on 12 carries with 1 touchdown
* Gunnar Michels gained no yards on 1 carry
* Kaleb Foster had negative yardage on 3 carries
defensively, the Tigers had 49 tackles, 37 assists, 1 forced fumble, and a fumble recovery
* Gunnar Michels led Olney with 12 solo tackles and 2 assists
* Kaleb Foster had 5 solo tackles and 2 assists
* Dakota Holder, Sutton Dunn, Dakotah Brown, & Braxton Burgener each had 4 solo tackles and 2 assists
the Tigers are back in LIC action tomorrow night traveling to historic Dancey Field at Flora
not only is it the Annual Shrine Game between Olney & Flora, but its Homecoming Night at Flora as well

 


                                  LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  the Richland County Men’s Basketball League is looking for teams and players for the upcoming 2017-2018 season with the first games scheduled for November 2nd in Claremont – the team deadline to sign up is Friday, October 27th, although the entry fees have yet to be set – it’s all part of the non-profit Richland County Athletic Association – for more details, call Ed at  618-320-9590

 

(NEWTON)  the Newton Elmentary PTO will have its Annual Eagle Challenge Color Fun 5K Run / Walk and One Mile Kids Run on Saturday, September 30th – it’s registration at 7:00 that morning on the southwest corner of the square in downtown Newton – the race will start at 8:00 with the Kids Run to follow at 8:10 – the cost is $20 per adult and $10 per child and it includes t-shirt for all taking part – the registration forms are available at the Newton Elementary School or at the Newton Press-Mentor office – while the signup deadline was last Friday, late forms will be accepted on race day – all are invited to come out, get splashed with orange & blue for Homecoming Week, and help raise funds for the local PTO

 

(OLNEY)  the Richland County F.O.P. (Fraternal Order of Police) will have a fundraising Golf Outing this coming Sunday afternoon at the Richland Country Club in Olney – there’s still room for teams of four players to sign up at a cost of $200 per team – it begins with a pulled pork lunch at 11:30 and a shotgun start at 1:00 – if any questions or to sign up, call Kevin at  618-839-5922  or the Country Club in Olney

 

(OLNEY)  the annual Richland Memorial Hospital Foundation Charity  Classic is tomorrow at the Richland Country Club in Olney – it begins with registration and lunch at 11:00 and a shotgun start at 1:00, followed by the catered dinner served at 5:00 – there will be various prizes and more – the cost is $350 for a team of four, which includes lunch, dinner, golf carts, and golfing – plus there are $20 tickets for dinner only on sale as well – space is limited to the first 36 teams – all proceeds will benefit the Medical School Fund – for details or to sign up, call the Foundation Office at  618-395-6088

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  on today’s High School Sports Calendar involving Olney and Newton teams
Girls & Boys Cross Country  :  Newton at the Mattoon Invitational     (Lake Land College)
Boys Soccer  :  Newton at Effingham St. Anthony  :  Mt. Carmel at Olney  (Ed Webber Field at OCC)
Girls Tennis  :  Effingham at Olney  :  Newton at Shelbyville
Volleyball  :  Edwards County at Olney  :  Lawrenceville at Newton
Fresh/Soph Football  :  Newton at Robinson

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Cardinals baseball tonight on Freedom 92.9 with our dugout show at 5:15 and the first pitch at around 6:10  :  it’s the latest in sports, all day & all night, on CBS Sports Radio, at 107.1 FM / 740 AM WVLN – plus around the clock online, at  www.wvlnam.com

 

 

 

September 20, 2017

 

(OLNEY)  in Major League Baseball last night – the Cardinals came back to win on the road
* the Redbirds beat the Reds, 8-7 in ten innings
here’s how some of the other Midwestern teams did last night
* those that won were the Cubs, Brewers, Indians, Astros, and Rangers
* those that lost were the Pirates, White Sox, Royals, Twins, Tigers, and Braves
the Cardinals are back in action tonight with game two of three in Cincinnati against the Reds

 

(NEWTON)  in Boys High School Cross Country yesterday at Sam Parr State Park near Newton
Robinson came away with a 5 point victory by beating out 2nd place Olney, 25 to 30
* Effingham was 3rd in the four team meet with 81 points, followed by Newton
here’s the individual results for the 2.8 mile race
* Robinson’s Lukas Baird won the race followed by teammates Kobe Lorance and Wyatt Bonnell
* Olney’s Gavin Kirby finished 4th, followed by teammates Tyler Hughes (5th) and Caleb Thomas (6th)
* Olney’s Braden Nicholson was 7th and Owen Powell was 8th
* Olney’s Collin Gilreath was 11th and Jordan Belcher was 12th
* Newton’s top runner was Tucker Rieman in 13th place followed by Creighton Chesnut in 23rd
the Eagles are back in action tomorrow at the Mattoon Invitational, at Lake Land College
the Tigers are back in action at this Saturday’s Lawrenceville Invitational Meet

 

(NEWTON)  in Girls High School Cross Country yesterday at Sam Parr State Park near Newton
Effingham won the four team event by beating out 2nd place Olney, 20 to 46
* the host Lady Eagles finished 3rd with 63 points, followed by Robinson
here’s the individual results for the 2.8 mile race
* Newton’s Abby Stone won the race finishing 35 seconds ahead of Effingham’s Miranda Fox
* Effingham’s Kourtney Cordes and Abby Weiss were 3rd and 4th – Robinson’s Sami Johnson was 5th
* Olney’s top runner was Danni Murphy in 8th place followed by teammate Tristen Payne in 9th
* Olney’s Gracie Julian was 11th and Lydia Allen was 12th
* Newton’s Mya Kuhn finished 13th with Olney’s Hallie Troester coming in 14th
* then Olney’s Abby Rauch was 17th and Newton’s Jaclyn Barthelme was 18th
the Lady Eagles are back in action at tomorrow’s Mattoon Invitational Meet held at Lake Land College
the Lady Tigers are back in action at this Saturday’s Lawrenceville Invitational Meet

 

(NEWTON)  in Boys High School Soccer yesterday – Newton remains undefeated with a home win
the Eagles beat Christ Our Rock Lutheran, 14-0 improving to 9 wins, no losses, and 2 ties
* Giuseppe Cucinella and Cole Farley led Newton with 3 goals each
* Nacho Moragues and Ross Farley each had 2 goals apiece
* with single goals from Jack Chapman, Andrew Moore, Ben Carr, and Jacob Kaufmann
* Ben Carr had 4 assists, with single assists by Cole Farley, Eli Weber, and Giuseppe Cucinella
by the way, Newton won their match this past Saturday, beating Georgetown-Ridge Farm, 3-0
the Soccer Eagles are back in action tomorrow at Effingham against St. Anthony

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls High School Tennis yesterday – Olney lost a tough match on the road
the Lady Tigers fell at Teutopolis, 3 to 6
Olney won two of the six singles matches played
* Logan Kauble won the #1 singles match in three sets, 7-5, 4-6, 6-4
* Paige Steber won the #6 singles match in two sets, 6-3, 6-1
Olney won one of the three doubles matches played
* Zoe Alexander and Katie Hostetter won the #3 doubles match in two sets, 6-1, 6-0
in junior varsity action – Olney won all five matches, including four doubles’ and one singles’
the Lady Tigers are back on the Olney courts tomorrow when they host Effingham

 

(NEWTON)  in Girls High School Tennis yesterday – Newton won on the road
the Lady Eagles beat Charleston, 6-3 with no individual information provided
Newton is back in action tomorrow at Shelbyville

 

(NEWTON)  in High School Volleyball last night – Newton swept two matches on the road
the Lady Eagles won the varsity match over Cumberland in two sets, 25-12, 25-14
* Newton was led by Maddi Hemrich, Kelsi Geltz, Abby Frohning, Mariah Earnest, & Taylor Smith
Newton also won the junior varsity match in two sets
the Lady Eagles are back in LIC action tomorrow night when they host Lawrenceville at NCHS

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  here’s some other High School Sports results from yesterday
Boys Golf  :
* Flora beat Altamont, 158 to 193
* Robinson beat Teutopolis and Marshall, 173 to 180 to 181
* Mattoon beat Lawrenceville / Red Hill and Casey-Westfield, 168 to 189 to 206
Girls Golf  :
* Teutopolis beat Robinson and Marshall, 213 to 251 with no team score for Marshall
Baseball  :
* Altamont beat South Central, 7-6
Varsity Volleyball  :
* Clay City beat Wayne City in two sets

 

(NEWTON)  in Junior High Baseball yesterday – Jasper County had its season come to a tough end
the Junior Eagles lost in the Class 2A Regional Championship, falling to Casey-Westfield, 7-1
* Jasper County was outhit in the loss, 9-3
* Newton’s hits were from Evan Schafer, Ben Meinhart, and Mason Mulvey
the Junior Eagles finish their great season with a record at 18 wins and only 3 losses
Casey-Westfield advances to their IESA Class 2A Sectional Saturday to play T-town at Teutopolis

 


                                  LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  the Richland County F.O.P. (Fraternal Order of Police) will have a fundraising Golf Outing this coming Sunday afternoon, the 24th, at the Richland Country Club in Olney – there’s still room for teams of four players to sign up at a cost of $200 per team – it begins with a pulled pork lunch at 11:30 and a shotgun start at 1:00 – if any questions or to sign up, call Kevin at  618-839-5922  or the Country Club in Olney

 

(OLNEY)  the annual Richland Memorial Hospital Foundation Charity  Classic is this Friday, September 22nd, at the Richland Country Club in Olney – it begins with registration and lunch at 11:00 and a shotgun start at 1:00, followed by the catered dinner served at 5:00 – there will be various prizes and more – the cost is $350 for a team of four, which includes lunch, dinner, golf carts, and golfing – plus there are $20 tickets for dinner only on sale as well – space is limited to the first 36 teams – all proceeds will benefit the Medical School Fund – for details or to sign up, call the Foundation Office at  618-395-6088

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  on today’s High School Sports Calendar involving Olney and Newton teams
Boys & Girls Golf  :  Effingham St. Anthony and Mt. Carmel at Olney   (Richland Country Club)

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Cardinals baseball tonight on Freedom 92.9 with our dugout show at 5:15 and the first pitch at around 6:10  :  it’s the latest in sports, all day & all night, on CBS Sports Radio, at 107.1 FM / 740 AM WVLN – plus around the clock online, at  www.wvlnam.com

 

 

 

September 19, 2017

 

(OLNEY)  in Major League Baseball – the Cardinals were idle yesterday and last night
here’s how some of the other Midwestern teams did with a limited MLB schedule on Monday
* the only team that won was the Brewers
* those that lost were the Pirates, Twins, and Tigers
* all other Midwestern teams were idle on Monday, including the Cubs, Reds, White Sox, and Royals
the Cardinals are back in action tonight, starting a three game series against the Reds in Cincinnati

 

(NEWTON)  in the National Football League last night – week two came to an end
* Detroit beat the Giants, 24-10

 

(OLNEY)  in High School Volleyball last night – Olney swept a pair of matches at home
the Lady Tigers won the varsity match over Martinsville in two sets, 25-16, 25-23
* Olney was led by Faith Stallard, Raegan Hires, Addie Hemrich, Emi Rose, and Colleen Inyart
Olney also won the junior varsity match in two sets
the Lady Tigers are back in action Thursday night when they host Edwards County at RCHS

 

(OLNEY)  at least two RCHS Sports had their events cancelled yesterday due to rain
* the Olney Tigers at Mt. Carmel in boys golf
* the Olney Tigers at Harrisburg in boys soccer
* no word on yesterday’s scheduled Girls Tennis match with Olney at Newton

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  here’s some other High School Sports results from yesterday
Boys Golf  :
* Flora beat Lawrenceville / Red Hill, 155 to 173
Girls Golf  :
* Williamsville beat Greenville, Teutopolis, and Pana – 189 to 204 to 211 to 213
Baseball  :
* Teutopolis beat Odin, 10-4
* Dieterich beat Webber Township, 12-2
Varsity Volleyball  :
* North Clay / Louisville beat Dieterich in two sets
* Clay City beat Patoka in two sets
Girls Tennis  :
* Teutopolis beat Mattoon, 9-0

 

***** (NEWTON)  yesterday’s IESA Junior High Regional Baseball game for Jasper County was rained out
the 18-2 Junior Eagles are scheduled to play Casey-Westfield this afternoon at 4:30 - the game has been moved from Lawrenceville and will now be played at Teutopolis - go Junior Eagles ! ! ! ! !

 

(NEWTON)  here’s some IESA Baseball Regional Championship results involving area teams yesterday
Class 1A @ Louisville  :  North Clay / Louisville beat Kinmundy South Central, 11-5
Class 1A @ Sigel  :  no score available between Sigel St. Michael’s and Effingham St. Anthony
Class 2A @ Sullivan  :  Teutopolis beat Stewardson-Strasburg, 1-0
Class 2A @ Lawrenceville  :  Newton Jasper County and Casey-Westfield were rained out until today
Class 2A @ Sidell  :  Paris Crestwood beat Georgetown, 9-0
Class 3A @ Charleston  :  Charleston beat Mattoon, 11-1
all the Regional Champs move into their respective IESA Baseball Sectional coming up this Saturday

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys Junior High Cross Country yesterday at the St. Mary’s Invitational Meet at Centralia
Olney came away with first place as the Cubs outran 2nd place Salem, 58 to 90
* Centralia finished in 3rd place with 99 points and several other teams that followed
here’s the top varsity runners for Olney on 1.8 mile course
* Brooks Julian won the race finishing 1st overall
* Olney’s Holden Hough was 7th and Drew Blank was 11th
Olney was 2nd among the junior varsity boys
* the top jv runner was Alex Diel in 4th place
Olney also did well in the meet’s Open Race
* top runners were Alex Nealis finishing 1st overall, followed by Ian Strong in 5th place
the Cubs run again this Thursday at home at Olney Central College

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls Junior High Cross Country yesterday at the St. Mary’s Invitational Meet at Centralia
Lick Creek Junior High won the multi-team event by beating 2nd place Salem, 80 to 84
* Smithton Junior High was 3rd with 123 points, followed by Olney and several other teams
here’s the top varsity runners for Olney on the 1.8 mile course
* Allison Harness in 6th place, followed by teammates Carley Greenwood and Kristen Greenwood
Olney finished in the top five in the junior varsity race
* the top jv runner was Allyson Mitchell in 3rd place
the Lady Cubs are back on the Olney Central College course at home this coming Thursday

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls Junior High Cross Country from Saturday’s Olney Invitational Meet
Effingham St. Anthony won the ten team event by beating out 2nd place Robinson, 57 to 74
* Olney St. Joe was a close 3rd place with 79 points, followed by Casey-Westfield with 80 points
* the Olney Lady Cubs were 5th with 113 points, followed by Jasper County with 117 points
* other teams were Effingham, Fairfield, New Hebron, and Cumberland
here’s the top varsity runners for the 3rd place Lady Wildcats on the 1.8 mile course
* Tatum David won the race finishing 1st while teammate Danielle Clodfelter was in 5th place
there were no team scores in the junior varsity 1.3 mile course
* St. Joe was led by Dorothy McKinney (18th) and Briley Kocher (19th)
the Lady Wildcats were back running yesterday against Allendale

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys Junior High Cross Country from Saturday’s Olney Invitational Meet
the host Cubs won the eleven team event by beating out 2nd place Effingham St. Anthony, 34 to 65
* Jasper County was 3rd with 75 points, followed by Robinson at 108 and Olney St. Joe in 5th at 115
* Casey-Westfield was 6th with 220 points, followed by Effingham at 232
* rounding out the other teams were Flora, Cumberland, Fairfield, and New Hebron
here’s the top runners for the 5th place Wildcats on the 1.8 mile course at OCC
* Jarrett Doll finished in 10th, followed by teammate Evan Uhl in 14th place
there were no team scores in the junior varsity 1.3 mile course
* St. Joe was led by Chase Ackman (16th) and Ruger Stevens (20th)
the Wildcats were back running yesterday against Allendale

 


                                  LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  the Richland County F.O.P. (Fraternal Order of Police) will have a fundraising Golf Outing this coming Sunday afternoon, the 24th, at the Richland Country Club in Olney – there’s still room for teams of four players to sign up at a cost of $200 per team – it begins with a pulled pork lunch at 11:30 and a shotgun start at 1:00 – if any questions or to sign up, call Kevin at  618-839-5922  or the Country Club in Olney

 

(OLNEY)  the annual Richland Memorial Hospital Foundation Charity  Classic is this Friday, September 22nd, at the Richland Country Club in Olney – it begins with registration and lunch at 11:00 and a shotgun start at 1:00, followed by the catered dinner served at 5:00 – there will be various prizes and more – the cost is $350 for a team of four, which includes lunch, dinner, golf carts, and golfing – plus there are $20 tickets for dinner only on sale as well – space is limited to the first 36 teams – all proceeds will benefit the Medical School Fund – for details or to sign up, call the Foundation Office at  618-395-6088

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  on today’s High School Sports Calendar involving Olney and Newton teams
Girls & Boys Cross Country  :  Olney, Robinson, Effingham, North Clay at Newton  (Sam Parr State Park)
Girls Tennis  :  Olney at Teutopolis  :  Newton at Charleston
Boys Soccer  :  Christ Our Rock Lutheran at Newton
Volleyball  :  Newton at Cumberland

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Cardinals baseball tonight on Freedom 92.9 with our dugout show at 5:15 and the first pitch at around 6:10  :  it’s the latest in sports, all day & all night, on CBS Sports Radio, at 107.1 FM / 740 AM WVLN – plus around the clock online, at  www.wvlnam.com

 

 

 

September 18, 2017

 

(OLNEY)  in Major League Baseball over the weekend – the Cardinals lost two games
* the Redbirds lost to the Cubs Saturday, 4-1 and lost yesterday, 4-3
here’s how the other Midwestern teams did on Saturday and Sunday
* those that won two were the Cubs, Reds, Indians, and Astros
* those that split two were the Brewers, White Sox, Tigers, Twins, and Rangers
* those that dropped two were the Pirates, Royals, and Braves
* only four Midwestern teams are in action today – the Brewers, Pirates, Twins, and Tigers
the Cardinals are off today before starting a three game series against the Reds in Cincinnati tomorrow night

 

(NEWTON)  in the National Football League over the weekend involving Midwestern teams
* winners were Kansas City, Atlanta, Tennessee, and Houston
* losers were Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Dallas
* Detroit plays the Giants in New York tonight

 

(OLNEY)  in Division I College Football this past weekend involving the three downstate teams
* Illinois lost Friday night to South Florida, 47-23 – the 2-1 Illini will host Nebraska next Friday night
* EIU lost to Illinois State, 44-13 – the 1-2 Panthers will host Southeast Missouri Saturday night
* SIU beat Southeast Missouri, 35-17 – the 2-0 Salukis will play at Memphis Saturday night

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  recapping the Little Illini Conference Football games from this past weekend
* Saturday – Flora beat Lawrenceville, 38-9
* Friday night – Marshall beat Olney, 28-20
* Red Hill beat Newton, 42-31
* Robinson beat Casey-Westfield, 33-20
* Paris won its non-conference game at Freeburg, 42-10

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys High School Cross Country from Saturday’s Olney Invitational Meet at OCC
Princeton Community High School won the 19 team event by beating 2nd place Olney, 81 to 96
* Lawrenceville was 3rd with 104 points, followed by Robinson (4th) at 135 and Benton (5th) at 147
* Mattoon was 6th with 214 points with Mt. Vernon a point back at 215 and Hamilton County at 222
* Teutopolis was 9th with 251 points, then Salem (273), Breese Mater Dei (281), & Casey-Westfield (294)
* other teams were Herrin, Centralia, Effingham, Fairfield, Dieterich, Mt. Carmel, and Newton
here’s the top individual runners on the 2.96 mile course with a total 202 runners
* Breese Mater Dei’s Luke Goebel won the race while Mattoon’s Mitchell Kremer was 2nd
* Casey-Westfield’s Cort Ross finished 6th while Lawrenceville’s Jack Holden was 7th
* Olney’s top runner was Braden Nicholson in 14th place, followed by Gavin Kirby in 17th place
* Olney’s Caleb Thomas was 21st, Owen Powell was 23rd, and Tyler Hughes was 24th
* Newton’s top runners were Tucker Rieman (57th) and Alec Greenwood (148th)
the Olney and Newton runners are back in action tomorrow with three other teams at Sam Parr State Park

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls High School Cross Country from Saturday’s Olney Invitational Meet at OCC
Mattoon won the 14 team event by beating out 2nd place Teutopolis, 58 to 112
* Breese Mater Dei was 3rd with 122 points, then Lawrenceville at 147, Effingham at 174, & Salem at 176
* host Olney finished 7th with 206 points, followed by Herrin at 210, Mt. Vernon at 211, and Carmi at 241
* rounding out the other teams were Newton, Hamilton County, Dieterich, and Fairfield
here’s top individual runners on the 2.96 mile course with a total 129 runners
* Benton’s Amelia McLain won the race while Mattoon’s Quincy Collins was 2nd
* Newton’s Abby Stone finished in 6th place while Lawrenceville’s Katie Moore was 7th
* Olney’s top runner was Tristen Payne in 24th place, followed by teammate Danni Murphy in 42nd place
* Olney’s Gracie Julian was 48th while Hallie Troester finished 60th
* Newton’s next best runners were Sydney Rudolphi (74th) and Mya Kuhn (76th)
the Olney and Newton runners are back in action tomorrow with three other teams at Sam Parr State Park

 

(OLNEY/NEWTON)  in High School Volleyball from Saturday’s St. Anthony Tournament in Effingham
Newton came away with two wins and two losses
* the Lady Eagles won their first pool play match by beating Teutopolis in two sets, 25-12, 25-22
* Newton then lost in pool play to Shelbyville in three sets, 25-20, 14-25, 13-15
* the Lady Eagles lost their final pool play match, falling to Pana in two sets, 26-28, 13-25
* Newton won their final match of the day by beating St. Anthony in two sets, 25-23, 25-16
* Newton’s top players on the day were Abby Frohning, Maddi Hemrich, Josie Meinhart, & Mariah Earnest
Olney ended the day at St. Anthony High School with two wins and three loses
* the Lady Tigers lost their first pool play match falling to Tri County in three sets
* Olney won its final two pool play matches by beating Sullivan in two sets and St. Anthony in three sets
* the Lady Tigers then lost in crossover play, falling to the eventual champions, Pana, in two sets
* Olney lost in the fourth place match, falling to Shelbyville in two sets
the Lady Eagles are back in non-conference action tomorrow night at Cumberland High School
the Lady Tigers are back in tonight when they host Martinsville in Ron Herrin Gym at RCHS

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys High School Golf at Saturday’s Paris Invitational Meet
Charleston won the 10 team event by beating 2nd place Mattoon by 15 strokes, 309 to 324
* Lawrenceville / Red Hill finished 3rd with 333 points, followed by Bismark-Henning a stroke back at 334
* Flora was 5th with a 343 score, followed by Paris at 368, Robinson at 380, and Tri County at 397
* Oakwood was 9th at 433, followed by Salt Fork at 434, plus other golfers from Urbana and Decatur
the Match Medalist was Mattoon’s Nye Nguyen with a low round 71
* Flora’s Aven Kimmel & Drew Woodrow & Lawrenceville / Red Hill’s Camren Ray each shot a 79 round

 

(NEWTON)  in Girls High School Tennis at Saturday’s Casey-Westfield’s Doubles Tournament
Flora won the 8 team tournament by beating 2nd place Mt. Zion, 139 to 116
* Newton tied Teutopolis for 3rd place, each with 115 points while Robinson was 5th with 100 points
* Paris finished 6th with 83 points, followed by Casey-Westfield at 63 and Charleston at 53
no individual results are available

 

(OLNEY)  in High School Volleyball at Saturday’s Flora Invitational Tournament
Clay City won the 8 team tournament for the second year in a row by winning all five of their matches
* the Lady Wolves beat North Clay in three sets, then beat Cisne and Flora both in two sets
* Clay City finished out with a three set win over Christ Our Rock Lutheran & a two set win over Dieterich

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  here’s some other High School Sports results from over the weekend
Baseball  :
* Teutopolis beat Effingham St. Anthony, 10-5
* Altamont beat Cobden, 4-0
* Cobden beat Dieterich, 4-1

 

(OLNEY)  in Freshman Volleyball action at Saturday’s Salem Tournament
Olney dropped three matches with losses to Nashville, Altamont, and Salem

 

(NEWTON)  here’s the IESA Softball Sectional results from Saturday involving regional teams
Class A @ Teutopolis  :  Casey-Westfield beat Windsor, 3-2 in seven innings
Class A @ Villa Grove  :  Heyworth beat Paris Crestwood, 2-1 in ten innings
Class AA @ Paris  :  Tolono Unity beat Bridgeport Red Hill, 3-2 in seven innings
the IESA Softball State Tournaments are this Friday and Saturday in Normal

 

(NEWTON)  in Junior High Baseball at Saturday’s IESA Class 2A Regional at Lawrenceville
Jasper County won its semi-final game over Cumberland, 14-2
* Mason Mulvey was the winning pitcher
* Jasper County’s top hitters were Ben Meinhart and Evan Schafer, each with two hits apiece
in the other semi-final game - Casey-Westfield beat Lawrenceville Parkview, 9-8
the 18-2 Junior Eagles now play for the Regional Title today against Casey-Westfield at Lawrenceville

 

(NEWTON)  here’s other IESA Baseball Regional semi-final results involving area teams from Saturday
Class 2A @ Sullivan  :  Teutopolis beat Beecher City, 15-0  :  Stewardson-Strasburg beat Shelbyville, 4-2
Class 2A @ Sidell  :  Paris Crestwood beat Villa Grove, 13-3  :  Georgetown beat Kansas, 9-2
Class 3A @ Charleston  :  Mattoon beat Tolono Unity, 5-3  :  Charleston beat Champaign Franklin, 20-2
Class 1A @ Louisville  :  Kinmundy South Central beat Dieterich, 8-1  :  no score for Oblong & North Clay
Class 1A @ Sigel  :  no scores for St. Michael’s & Neoga and St. Anthony & Findlay Okaw Valley
the IESA Baseball Championship games are scheduled for this afternoon

 

(OLNEY)  in Junior League Football from Saturday – Olney won all three games at home against Fairfield
* Olney’s 7th/8th Grade team beat Fairfield, 36-6
* Olney’s 5th/6th Grade team beat Fairfield, 42-26
* Olney’s 3rd/4th Grade team beat Fairfield, 18-0
the 3rd/4th Graders will host Red Hill this Saturday, the 5th/6th and 7th/8th grade teams are at Newton

 


                                  LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  the Richland County F.O.P. (Fraternal Order of Police) will have a fundraising Golf Outing this coming Sunday afternoon, the 24th, at the Richland Country Club in Olney – there’s still room for teams of four players to sign up at a cost of $200 per team – it begins with a pulled pork lunch at 11:30 and a shotgun start at 1:00 – if any questions or to sign up, call Kevin at  618-839-5922  or the Country Club in Olney

 

(OLNEY)  the annual Richland Memorial Hospital Foundation Charity  Classic is this Friday, September 22nd, at the Richland Country Club in Olney – it begins with registration and lunch at 11:00 and a shotgun start at 1:00, followed by the catered dinner served at 5:00 – there will be various prizes and more – the cost is $350 for a team of four, which includes lunch, dinner, golf carts, and golfing – plus there are $20 tickets for dinner only on sale as well – space is limited to the first 36 teams – all proceeds will benefit the Medical School Fund – for details or to sign up, call the Foundation Office at  618-395-6088

 

(NEWTON/OLNEY)  on today’s High School Sports Calendar involving Olney and Newton teams
Boys Soccer  :  Olney at Harrisburg
Girls Tennis  :  Olney at Newton
Volleyball  :  Martinsville at Olney
Boys Golf  :  Olney at Mt. Carmel
Fresh/Soph Football  :  Olney at Marshall

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s the latest in sports, all day and all night, on CBS Sports Radio, at 107.1 FM / 740 AM WVLN in Olney – also around the clock online at  www.wvlnam.com