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Today's Sports

  • Vandals top Greenville in SCC...

    Vandalia avenged a one-run loss earlier in the season with a 3-1 win over the Comets in Greenville on Tuesday.
    Both pitchers hurled complete games, and while Greenville’s Lucas Carlson allowed fewer hits than the Vandals Richie Well, Well got the win.

  • SEB wins Nokomis Tourney

    The Lady Eagles won the Nokomis Tournament on Saturday, defeating Pana and the host team.
    St. Elmo/Brownstown topped Pana, 3-1, and Nokomis, 14-7.

  • Two VCHS records fall Tuesday

    A new school record was set at each event on Tuesday as the Vandalia boys track team participated in the Cumberland Pirate Invite and the girls team at the Mattoon Invitational.

  • Bombers go 2-0 at Wayne City...

    Brownstown/St. Elmo was a perfect 2-0 at the Wayne City Round Robin on Saturday, defeating Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City, 4-3, and Wayne City, 13-6.
    In the win over CHBC, the Bombers scored once in the second inning, twice in the third and one in the fifth, then held off a late rally.
    Dalton Denton got the win, giving up one earned run on two hits while striking out 10 and walking five. Bryton Pruett got a save for BSE.
    Isaac Maxey, Lewis Brown, Dalton Denton and Wade Ireland had the four BSE hits, with Maxey, Brown and Denton each knocking a two-bagger.

  • Brown homers, triples in BSE win

    St. Elmo/Brownstown pounded out 14 hits in a 13-3 win over South Central at Deken Park in St. Elmo.

  • Three Vandals combine for no-...

    Three Vandalia pitchers combined for a no-hitter in the Vandals’ 6-0 home win against Brownstown/St. Elmo on Saturday morning.

  • Brownstown/St. Elmo tops Pana,...

    Brownstown/St. Elmo outhit Pana, 8-7, and took advantage of three Panther errors to record a 10-7 win at Pana last Thursday.
    Dalton Denton, Caleb Atwood, Wade Ireland and Jeffrey Kelly each had two RBIs for the Bombers, who improved to 2-6 on the season.
    Bryton Pruett picked up the win, giving up seven hits and four runs while striking out three and walking two in 4 1/3 innings. Jeffrey Kelly struck out two in an inning of work to earn a save.

  • Two more Freight players enter...

    Two members of the local fastpitch softball team that won two national championships joined four other members of that team in the Amateur Softball Association Hall of Fame on Saturday.
    Marty Cloe and Brad Sturdy were inducted into the Hall of Fame, joining teammates Rich Well, Nick Casey, Alan Meinhart and Bob Nagel. The Freight is also in the Hall of Fame.
    Cloe, from a family of fastpitch hurlers from Pana, appeared in 248 games with the Freight, compiling a record of 166-45. Also a designated hitter, he batted .313 for the local team.

  • All-Star Game Honors
  • Lady Vandals Basketball Awards