School Sports

  • Maxey named KC's volleyball MVP

    St. Elmo graduate Brooke Maxey was recently named the Most Valuable Player of Kaskaskia College's volleyball team. She also earned the team's Defense Award.

    She is pictured above with other award winners from last Tuesday's banquet.

  • PHOTOS: JV Corner (May 2)

    Vandalia's JV teams have been in action in the past week.

  • Sports schedule changes: April 29, 2013

    The Patoka baseball game against Altamont for Monday has been moved from Patoka to Altamont.

  • Sports cancellations: April 29, 2013

    The St. Elmo baseball game scheduled for Monday against Beecher City has been canceled.

  • Bruno signs with Fontbonne

    Vandalia senior Amber Bruno on Monday signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Fontbonne University in St. Louis.

  • South Central makes cuts in athletics for '13-'14

    Another school in Fayette County has been forced to make budget cuts, and those cuts will affect athletics.

    South Central District 403’s board of education last Wednesday approved budget cuts for next school year, and those cuts included several in the area of athletics.

    In addition to the cuts, a fee of $40 will be applied to students who play one sport and $60 for students who play two or more sports.

  • Lady Aces win big vs. Lady Vandals

    VANDALIA – Senior Becca Oldham tossed a three-hitter and four Lady Aces had a two-hit game on Monday in a big road win at Vandalia.

    Mulberry Grove scored in every inning to back up Oldham’s gem during a 17-1 victory in a makeup game from April 16 played as the second game of a doubleheader for Vandalia.

    The Lady Aces (8-2) scored three times in both the first and second innings before doubling their run total in the third.

  • Lady Vandals fall in pair of conference games

    VANDALIA – The Lady Vandals weren’t playing their best softball early in Monday’s game against Litchfield, but they were playing well enough to stay in the game.

    Unfortunately, the third out in the second inning proved difficult to get, as Litchfield pounded out four two-run hits with two outs to break open the game on the way to an 18-5 South Central Conference victory.

  • Track teams to have senior day on Thursday

    Because so many track meets have been canceled due to inclement weather so far this season, a home meet has been added to the Vandalia boys and girls track schedules.

    Litchfield will come to Vandalia on Thursday for a meet at 4:15 p.m., and Vandalia will use the event as senior day.

    Prior to the meet, Vandalia expected to try to get more teams to come to the event.

    The boys will honor Wade Cowger and Ryan Ambuehl, while the girls will recognize Sierah Ruffner, Makenzie Roberts, Emily Miles and Heidi Goldsmith.

  • Vandals fall to conference opponents

    The Vandals fell to a pair of South Central Conference opponents in the past week, falling to Litchfield, 10-0, on Monday, and Greenville, 5-4, last Wednesday.

    A game against Hillsboro was rained out last Friday, and it will be made up as part of a doubleheader at Hillsboro next Wednesday.


    Offensive struggles hurt Vandalia against the Purple Panthers, with just two hits in the six-inning loss that saw Litchfield score five times in the sixth inning to end the game on the mercy rule.