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  • More than 1,200 deer killed in...

    There were 1,264 deer killed in Fayette County during the first season, according to totals released by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.

    Seventy-two fewer deer were killed in the county from Nov. 19-21 than were killed during the first season last year.

    Statewide, 68,037 deer were killed, an increase of 1,911 from last year.

    Pike County, located in west-central Illinois, recorded the highest total for the first season, with 1,957.

    The second season is this Thursday through Sunday.

  • Vandalia eighth-graders end...

    The Vandalia Junior High eighth-grade girls basketball team lost in the first round of the regional tournament on Monday, falling to Greenville, 24-11.

    Coach Todd Marquardt said he thought his team would have the opportunity to surprise Greenville in the game after it won its final two regular-season games.

    Monday, Nov. 29
    at Assumption Regional Tournament
    vs. Greenville
    Greenville 24
    Vandalia 11

    Points – Haley Cannon, 5; Ashley Swain, 3; Madison Click, 2; Kelsey Swain, 1.

  • Bomber girls improve to 3-0;...

    The Brownstown High School girls basketball team pushed its record to 3-0 on Monday, by defeating South Central, 52-25.

    The Bombers trailed, 10-8, after the first quarter but scored 15 points in the second quarter. Senior Brooke Maxey scored six of those points.

    Senior Morgan Myers scored seven of her game-high 14 points in the third quarter, while Brownstown held the Cougars to seven points in taking a 26-23 lead.

  • Ramsey finishes third at own...

    The Ramsey High School boys basketball team’s offense was unable to produce more than 40 points in losses to Patoka and Christ Our Rock Lutheran as it struggled to a third-place finish in the Ramsey Thanksgiving Tournament.

    Seniors Blake Hadley and Jordan Johnson were both named to the All-Tournament team, after combining to score 23 points per game.

    The Patoka defense held Ramsey to just 20 points through the first thee quarters of a 46-35  loss last Wednesday.

  • Patoka takes second at Ramsey...

    Patoka edged Ramsey, 46-35, in the final game of the Ramsey Thanksgiving Tournament last Wednesday to finish second to Christ Our Rock Lutheran, which went 3-0 to win the tourney.

    Zach Thompson and Sawyer Potter were named to the All-Tournament team.

    Ramsey and Patoka were knotted at seven after the first quarter of their matchup, but senior Cody Allen scored seven points for the Warriors, as they opened a 25-13 advantage over Ramsey. Allen had a game-high 11 points.

  • Bombers go 2-2 in M. Grove...

    Seniors Zach Rigdon (20.25 points per game) and Bryce Mason (16.75) were named to the Mulberry Grove Turkey Tournament All-Tournament Team, as Brownstown went 2-2 to finish as the consolation champions.

    Brownstown finished the tournament with a 73-56 win against Mt. Olive on Saturday. Four Bombers finished in the double-figures, with Mason (22) and Rigdon (19) leading the way.

    Rigdon scored 12 of Brownstown’s 20 fourth-quarter points.

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  • This week's local sports...

    Thursday, Dec. 2
    GIRLS BASKETBALL
    Brownstown vs. Dieterich, 6:15 p.m.
    South Central at Webber, 6:15 p.m.
    JR. HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL
    Vandalia at Teutopolis, 6:15 p.m.
    Mulberry Grove at Pocahontas, 6:15 p.m.
    Ramsey vs. Patoka, 6:15 p.m.
    St. Elmo vs. Dieterich, 6:15 p.m.

  • Mulberry Grove struggles at own...

    MULBERRY GROVE – The Mulberry Grove High School boys basketball team did not win a game in its own Turkey Tourney last week.

    Senior center Allen Tompkins was named to the All-Tournament team after averaging 15.25 points per game.

    In the final game of the tournament on Saturday, Mulberry Grove (0-4) was defeated by tournament champion Odin, 56-40.

    Odin (4-0) took a commanding lead at halftime by allowing the Aces just two second-quarter points, a bucket by Harley Steed. The game was knotted at 11 after the first period.