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School Sports

  • Vandals win Volley For The Cure match

    The Vandalia High School volleyball team defeated Greenville in three sets to win Thursday's Volley For The Cure match at Greenville High School on Thursday.

    This marks the third win against Greenville this season.

    A full story will appear in Thursday's edition of The Leader-Union.

  • Vandalia golf results (Sept. 22-27)

    Monday, Sept. 27
    SCC Meet at The Rail

    Vandalia finished sixth with a score of 348.

    Individual scores – Blake Swofford, 76; Wes Lindsey, 87; Zach Reiss, 92; Derrick Herker, 93; Zack Jackson, 94; Josh Lawson, 99.

    Wednesday Sept. 22
    at Ramsey

    Vandalia - 150

    Individual scores – Swofford, 35; Herker, 36; Lindsey, 39; Lawson, 40; Jackson, 43; Reiss, 45.

  • Patoka state qualifiers honored

    Signs were put up by IDOT along U.S. Route 51 in Patoka to recognize Brandi and Taylor Isaak, who both placed at the 2010 SIJHSA state meet. Brandi (left) placed second in the state in the 100-meter hurdles, and Taylor placed second in the 100-meter dash.

  • Area baseball results (Sept. 21-27)

    South Central

    Monday, Sept. 27
    vs. Noble

    The South Central High School baseball team defeated Noble 11-1 during the opening round of the Midland Trail Conference Tournament on Monday.

    Luke Krajefska picked up the win for the Cougars. Cole Armstrong and Rudy Hablewitz each had two hits and three RBIs.

    Friday, Sept. 23
    vs. Noble

    South Central defeated Noble 14-5 on Friday.

  • Area volleyball results (Sept. 21-27)

    Brownstown

    Monday, Sept. 27
    vs. Odin

    Brownstown defeated Odin in three sets (21-25, 25-17, 25-11) on Monday.

    Morgan Stinebring had nine kills for the Bombers, and Michaela Walk added three service aces.

    Thursday, Sept. 23
    at Altamont

    Brownstown lost to Altamont in straight sets (25-18, 25-17) last Thursday.

    Stinebring had four kills and three service aces for the Bombers.

    Ramsey

  • Vandalia soccer results (Sept. 22-28)

    Tuesday, Sept. 28
    vs. Greenville

    The Vandalia High School soccer team lost to Greenville 7-0 on Tuesday. Goalies Austa Keppler and Lucas McDowell had nine saves in goal.

    The JV team was defeated, 4-0.

    Monday, Sept. 27
    vs. Carlyle

    Vandalia lost 8-2 to Altamont on Monday. Matt Grove scored both goals for the Vandals. Sawyer Dickenson assisted one of Grove's goals.

    Patrick Bauer and McDowell combined for six saves in goal.

  • Vandalia tennis results (Sept. 25-28)

    Tuesday, Sept. 28
    vs. Centralia
    Centralia 9
    Vandalia 0

  • Vandalia travels to Greenville for Volley for the Cure

    The Vandalia High School volleyball team lost a conference match to Pana last Thursday, falling in straight sets, 25-9, 25-16.

    Sierah Ruffner led the team with nine kills. Holly Goldsmith added four, and Taylor Parrish had three.

    The JV team also lost in straight sets, 19-25, 22-25.

    Amber Bruno had six kills for the Vandals, and Shelby Foster had two service aces.

  • Mulberry Grove wins first volleyball match since 2008

    The Mulberry Grove High School volleyball team won its first match since Oct. 21, 2008, last Wednesday when it defeated Mt. Olive in straight sets, 25-21, 25-21.

    Mulberry Grove did win a match against Mid-America Prep School last season, but since that was MAPS’ first year in existence, coaches point to the 2008 Egyptian-Illini Conference Tournament match as the last significant win.

    Coach Natalie Lappe said on Sept. 16 that her young team was close to winning this season.

  • The College Report: Recovered Doehring scores first TD of season for IC

    Vandalia grad Brock Doehring has definitely had his ups and downs as a football player.
    Saturday, Sept. 18, was definitely one of the good moments.

    Illinois College defeated Lake Forest College 27-7, as Doehring scored a touchdown. The IC starting tight end caught one pass for 3 yards to score IC's first points of the contest. The 3-yard pass closed an 11-play, 52-yard drive in 4:20. He entered the end zone with the Mitch Niekamp pass with 10:40 to play in the first quarter. It was his only catch of the contest.