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School Sports

  • Johnson Picks IC
  • Lady Eagles win EIC softball championship

    The St. Elmo High School softball team beat Mulberry Grove, 4-3, on Tuesday to win the Egyptian-Illini Conference regular-season championship.

    "I asked the girls to simply play like they were playing for first, and they definitely stepped up to the challenge," said coach Tom Fedrigon.

    The Lady Eagles scored four times in the third inning, led by an RBI double by senior Brooke Maxey and a two-run bunt single by sophomore Savannah Feezel.

  • Area High School Sports Roundup (April 28)

    Vandals shut out by Greenville

    The Vandalia High School baseball team had just four hits during a 10-0 loss to Greenville last Wednesday.

    Sophomore Leyton Godoyo was 2-for-2 at the plate, and pitched 5 2/3 innings to take the loss.

    He struck out six and allowed five earned runs on six hits.

    Sophomore Jacob Rau and freshman Andrew Dossett had Vandalia's other hits.

    Box
    VHS 0-0-0-0-0-0—0-4-2
    GHS 0-1-2-1-4-2—10-6-2

  • Vandalia Junior High track results (April 28)

    Tuesday, April 19
    at Pana

    Eighth-grade boys
    First-place finishers
    •Devin Durbin, 110-meter hurdles
    •Lucian Kinney, shot put
    •Robby Lott, high jump
    •Ben Strobel, 800-meter run
    •Strobel, 1600-meter run
    Second-place finishers
    •Ryan Bayles, 200-meter dash
    •Bayles, long jump
    •Collin Nestleroad, 400-meter dash
    •Matt Rademacher, 800-meter run
    Third-place finishers
    •Luke Hollinshead, shot put

  • IHSA establishes new concussion guidelines

    The Illinois High School Association implemented a new policy outlining return to play guidelines for student-athletes who have been diagnosed with a concussion.

    The new policy reads: “In cases when an athlete is not cleared to return to play the same day as he/she is removed from a contest following a possible head injury (i.e., concussion), the athlete shall not return to play or practice until the athlete is evaluated by and receives written clearance from a licensed health care provider to return to play.

  • Sports cancellations -- Wednesday, April 27

    Vandalia softball at Pana has been canceled for today. A makeup date is TBA.

    Vandalia baseball vs. Pana has been canceled for today. A makeup is TBA.

    The St. Elmo make-up baseball game against Patoka for today has been canceled and will not be rescheduled.

    The St. Elmo softball game against Altamont for today has been canceled and will be played on May 11.

    Any additional cancellations that are reported will be posted here throughout the day.

  • Sports cancellations -- Tuesday, April 26

    The following sporting events for Tuesday that have been reported as canceled.

    •Vandalia JV baseball at South Central

    •St. Elmo baseball at Christ Our Rock

    •South Central baseball vs. Flora

    Additional cancellations will be listed here if they are reported.

  • Vandalia softball, baseball canceled

    The Vandalia High School softball game against Litchfield scheduled for Monday morning has been canceled due to poor field conditions.

    Vandalia's baseball game at Litchfield, scheduled for Monday morning, has been canceled.

  • Vandalia softball, baseball canceled

    Friday's softball game between Vandalia and Hillsboro at Hillsboro has been canceled.

    The home baseball game against Hillsboro for today is also canceled.

    No makeups have been announced.

  • Johnson picks IC

    Vandalia senior Marty Johnson has decided to continue his academic and basketball careers at Illinois College.

    Johnson, a two-time team Most Valuable Player and a three-time all-conference player, scored more than 1,000 points in his career with the Vandals.

    He plans to study accounting at IC.