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Vandalia junior Blake Swofford shot a 2-under-par 70 to place first and help lead the Vandals to the team title at the South Central Conference boys golf tournament on Monday.
The Vandals combined for a 318 at The Rail Golf Course in Springfield to beat Hillsboro by five strokes.
Some who played with or against Ramsey native Brian Martie say there is no question he deserves induction into the National Amateur Softball Association Hall of Fame.
The Vandals set season-high marks in several statistical categories and scored in each quarter during a 41-0 rout of Litchfield last Friday night.
A match that was even throughout most of the night tilted Pana's way over the final 15 points last Thursday during a 21-25, 19-25 loss for the Lady Vandals.
With No. 2 singles player Chelsey Stewart unavailable due to illness, Schroeder was forced to pencil in a lineup he hadn’t used all season long, which made him a little nervous about whether his team would beat the Lady Toppers.
The South Central High School volleyball team won the Herrin Tournament on Saturday.
Seniors Emily Atwood and Kinzie Neilson were named to the all-tournament team.
The Vandalia eighth-grade girls basketball team won the Old Capitol Classic last Friday by beating Brownstown, 30-20.
The team also won the seventh-grade tournament last season.
On Wednesday, Sept. 21, Kaskaskia College Vandalia Campus hosted the Fayette County Family YMCA Board of Directors Strategic Planning Session.
St. Elmo High School will add two teams to its Wall of Fame on Tuesday.
The school will be honoring its 1951-52 football team, and its 2003-04 volleyball team.
The ceremony will be held between the JV and varsity volleyball games that night.
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