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Community Sports

  • Those who knew him say Martie deserves induction
    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.
  • Family YMCA holds Board of Directors session at KC
    On Wednesday, Sept. 21, Kaskaskia College Vandalia Campus hosted the Fayette County Family YMCA Board of Directors Strategic Planning Session. 
  • PHOTO: Safe-T/Health Expo Winners
    The Kids Safe-T/Health Expo, sponsored by Fayette County Hospital and Long Term Care, State Farm Insurance, Fayette County Interagency Council (FCIC) and the Safe Kids Coalition, was held on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Kaskaskia College. More than 500 people attended the event. State Farm Insurance gave away two bicycles and 13 bicycle helmets to promote bicycle safety at the event.
  • VYO sweeps Pana
    The Vandalia VYO football teams all won on Saturday.
  • Tumblers Perform Nationally
    Several area tumblers from Triple AAA Tumbling recently competed at the National Tumbling Championships in Charleston, W. Va.
  • Temperance Lodge hosting first annual golf tournament
    Temperance Lodge No. 16 is hosting its inaugural golf tournament on Saturday at Indian Springs Golf Course. The outing will include many different activities and prizes. The four-person scramble is open to men and women, and teams will compete for trophies and monetary prizes for first, second and third places. In addition, there will be four hole-in-one contests, closest-to-the-hole contest, longest putt and longest drive. A silent auction and 50/50 raffle will also take place during the event.
  • Running for the Score
    The VYO football teams won four games against EAWR on Saturday. Scores can be found in the prep scores and schedules or on Page 3B of the print edition.
  • Season-ending slo-pitch tourney won by Buckstop
    Buckstop Archery’s Justin Atwood last Thursday was named the Most Valuable Player of the Vandalia men’s slo-pitch league’s season-ending double-elimination tournament. Atwood allowed one earned run in four games during the tournament to help Buckstop take the title. Buckstop was also the regular-season champions and Atwood the regular-season MVP. All-Tournament Team P – Justin Atwood, Buckstop C – Justin Durbin, Buckstop 1B – Jon Keck, Keck’s 2B – Drew Jones, K-Moe’s 3B – Tony Alstat, K-Moe’s SS – Josh Atwood, Buckstop OF – Brent Bayles, Buckstop OF – Jon Lotz, Keck’s
  • K-Moe's upsets Buckstop, wins slo-pitch tournament
    K-Moe's upset Buckstop Archery, 10-9, last Thursday in the championship semifinals of the Vandalia men's slo-pitch single elimination tournament, and then went on to beat Ugly Koyote, 17-5, to take the title. Jeremy Logue in the seventh inning hit a two-run homer to break an 8-8 tie against Buckstop, and K-Moe's would retire the final batter with the winning run on base. Against Ugly Koyote, Logue's bases-loaded triple gave K-Moe's a 10-run lead in the sixth inning to end the game. Logue was named tournament MVP.
  • VYO football holds season-opener
    Vandalia went 2-2 against Carlinville on Saturday.