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Today's Sports

  • Eight Vandals on SCC football...

    Eight Vandalia Vandals were awarded all-conference honors, four of them receiving first-team recognition.
    Named to the South Central Conference first team were:
    • Ethan Bayles, senior, offensive line.
    • Trevor Smalls, junior, running back.
    • Marcus Zimmerman, senior, wide receiver. Zimmerman was also named the first team special teams player.
    • Garett McNary, senior, linebacker.
    Named to the second team were:
    • Erick Roman, junior, offensive line.

  • Lady Vandals fall in first...

    Olivia Marquardt and Lanee McNary combined for 26 points on Monday, but a fourth-quarter push by the Lady Vandals came up just short.

  • Spirit Night for St. Elmo/...

    The St. Elmo/Brownstown cheerleaders and boys basketball teams held their annual Spirit Night, which included a chili supper followed by introductions of cheerleaders and basketball players, games with the two groups and some drills by the basketball players.

  • JH Basketball

    Boys Basketball
    Seventh Grade
    Thursday, Nov. 9
    Vandalia 42, Ramsey 20
    Vandalia – Devin Peebles 6 3/4-15, Aiden Politte 2 (3 point)-6, Cayden Hipsher 2 1/2-5, Preston Nestrick 2 (one 2 point, one 3 point)-5, Dalton White 1 2/2-4, Tristan McNutt 1 0/0-2; Chase McNary 1 0/0-2; Trevor Barker 1 0/0-2; Reid Well 0 1/2-1.
    Vandals 5-0 on the season.
    Tuesday, Nov. 7
    Vandalia 44, Hillsboro 28

  • VCHS Volleyball Awards
  • VCHS Golf Awards
  • An updated look at records set...

    By Rev. Zach Edgar
    An extraordinary amount of records were set by the Vandal Football team this season.
    Mark Greer field held its first varsity football game on Sept. 15, 1950, and this was the first time it’s ever hosted a game in Week 12 or in the quarterfinals (now the third round) of the IHSA Playoffs.

  • Vandals' historic season...

    One of the best seasons in the history of the football program at Vandalia Community High School came to an end on Saturday, but not before this year’s Vandals set many new standards, both as a team and individually.

  • Junior Vandals win Pana...

    Vandalia won the seventh-grade Pana Tournament, defeating Shelbyville, 41-21, last Thursday to claim the title.

  • A look at new records set this...

    Compiled by the Rev. Zach Edgar, Hannah Edgar and former Leader-Union sport editor Chris Stalter
    The Vandals won their sixth playoff game (6-12) in program history last week at Greenville. It was the first time in program history the team has won two playoff games in the same postseason.