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The Vandals kept their hopes for postseason play alive with a homecoming win over Litchfield on Friday, but did so after fighting off a strong comeback effort by the Purple Panthers.
The Lady Vandals were unable to take advantage of their momentum going into the third game of the championship matchup of their tournament on Saturday, taking second place.
Two early Roxana touchdowns off of mistakes put the Vandals in a deficit hard to overcome.
But the Vandals did their best to do so.
Spencer Patton can now say that he has struck out someone considered to be one of the best hitters of all-time.
A week after giving Coach Elise Asher her 400th career victory, St. Elmo/Brownstown defeated Ramsey to remain unbeaten in Egyptian-Illini Conference play.
You can say that, figuratively, Bobby Bradley helped carry the Vandals to a win over Staunton on Friday night. And, as he gained close to 200 yards, Bradley literally was carrying several Bulldogs on many of those carries.
Sixth-grader Markus Isaiah rips off a sizeable gain during Saturday's contest against Staunton.
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