Community Sports

  • Fayette County Speedway Results
    Kelly’s Performance Diesel is sponsoring the Friday night events at Fayette County Speedway. For UMP DIRTcar Modifieds, $750 to win, $100 to start. Also racing are UMP DIRTcar-sanctioned street stocks and hornets, and team cars. There will also be another powder puff event. For hornets, there is a $100 bonus to the driver who beats Rob Shaw; Shaw must finish the race. UMP DIRTcar Modified 20 cars Heat 1 41M Brent Mullins 2. M41 Steve Maisel 3. 89 Norm Wood
  • Three VYO teams stay undefeated
    Fifth Grade Vandalia 14 Greenville 12 OT Sixth Grade Vandalia 36 Greenville 16 Seventh Grade Vandalia 44 Greenville 20 Eighth Grade Greenville 28 Vandalia 22
  • Men's slo pitch softball double elimination tournament
    End of season double elimination tournament results Buck Stop Archery 23 Montgomery Plumbing 1 Buck Stop: Shane Depew, double, triple; Grant Fulk, double; Justin Atwood, double. Boley Mobile Homes 12 Keck's Marsh 0 Boley: Brendan Wasmuth, double; Nolan Osborne, three hits. Buck Stop Archey 15 Boley Mobile Homes 12 Buck Stop: Shane Depew, two home runs. Boley: Brendan Wasmuth, double; Mark Lewis, double. Keck's Marsh 12
  • VYO Football Notebook Week 1
    In the first week of the VYO season, Vandalia was able to sweep Litchfield across the board, picking up a season opening win for all four teams.
  • Vandalia Men's Slo Pitch
    Single-Elimination Tournament Buckstop Archery 21 Montgomery Plumbing 4 Buck: Brent Bayles, homer run, double Montgomery: Matt Frkovich, double Boley Mobile Homes 14 Keck's Marsh 8 Boley: Marcus Smalls, home run, double Keck's: Jon Lotz, two doubles Consolation Championship Keck's Marsh 15 Montgomery Plumbing 2 Keck's: Jon Lotz, home run, triple; Jason Laack, two home runs Montgomery: Rainard Martin, double
  • FOD half way to goal for phase two
    The Field of Dreams committee announced at its monthly meeting on Tuesday night that it is "over the hump," in fund rasing for phase two of the high school diamond construction. Luke Hohlt, VCHS baseball coach, gave a report showing that the committee has raised $39,565, with $25,640 of the money already in the Old Capital Fund account. More than $13,900 has been pledged to be given in the next 12 months. The group still needs $25,384.75 in hand to hit its goal of $51,024.75.
  • Liberty Christian Revival Run
  • Buddy Bass Tournament Winners
  • Slow-Pitch Softball Results
    League standings (final) Buckstop Archery, 15-3 Keck’s Marsh, 10-8 Boley Homes, 8-10 Montgomery Plumbing, 3-15 Results from July 21 Buckstop Archery 12 Montgomery Plumbing 5 Buckstop: Caleb Miller, double Buckstop Archery 10 Montgomery Plumbing 5 Buckstop: Caleb Miller, double Montgomery: Shawn Lotz, double Keck’s Marsh 13 Boley Homes 6 Keck: Jon Lotz, home run, double Keck’s Marsh 8 Boley Homes 6
  • Family YMCA dedicates building with road races
    More than 40 people participated in four running/walking events Saturday morning – the first events to be held at the new facility of the Family YMCA of Fayette County. Among the events that were contested were the 10K run (men and women), 5K run (men and women), two-mile walk and a one-mile run. In the 10K, Erin Schaub of Brownstown defeated all runners, finishing in 42:10. Runner-up on the women’s side was Allison Mueller of Neoga. For the men, Roger Hill was first in 51:27 and Rick Myers was second in 55:39.