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Today's Sports

  • SEB, Vandalia meet in finals of...

    St. Elmo/Brownstown advanced to the title game of the St. Elmo Holiday Tournament last Thursday, but had to wait six days to face its opponent.

  • Hillsboro tops Lady Vandals

    Sammi Matoush scored 35 points to lead Hillsboro to a 67-38 win over the Lady Vandals last Thursday at Vandalia.

  • SEB, CHBC winners at St. Elmo

    St. Elmo/Brownstown and Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City were winners on Tuesday, the first night of the St. Elmo Holiday Tournament.
    The Eagles defeated Clay City, 91-19,  and CHBC edged Mulberry Grove, 67-64.
    The tournament continued on Wednesday night with Cumberland and Ramsey meeting at 6:15 p.m., followed by Vandalia versus South Central.
    The tournament continues into Saturday.
     

  • Vandals top Miners by 29 in road...

    Using its fast-paced offense from start to finish, the Vandals beat conference foe Gillespie by almost 30 points on their home court.

  • Junior High

    Vandalia’s seventh- and eighth-grade squads recorded wins over South Central on Monday.
    Connor Ray scored 20 and Chase Laack added nine as the seventh-graders won 43-32.
    Markus Isaiah and Drew Thompson had 18 and 11 points, respectively as the eighth-graders posted a 50-32 win.
    The seventh-graders improved to 2-13 on the season, and the eighth-graders are now 11-1.

    Vandalia’s seventh-graders lost to Altamont Lutheran and Bethalto Trimpe at their tournament on Saturday.
    Altamont Lutheran defeated the Junior Vandals, 40-25.

  • Wrestlers at 6-1 after 3 wins in...

    Vandalia’s wrestlers improved to 6-1 by picking up five wins in the past week.

  • BSE second at CHBC Tourney, Lady...

    Brownstown/St. Elmo took second place in the Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City Thanksgiving Tournament, falling to Neoga, 63-56, in the championship game.
    The Lady Bombers took a 7-5 lead after one quarter and by one, 19-18, at halftime. However, Neoga took the lead for good by outscoring BSE 24-13 in the third quarter.
    BSE outscored Neoga in the final stanza, but a 24-21 edge wasn’t enough to overcome the deficit.
    Dana Shelton led BSE with 16 points and her sister, Deana, added 13. Claire Wilhour was also in double figures with 10.

  • Vandals cruise past MG in opener

    Nathan Casey and Marcus Zimmerman each scored 10 points as the Vandals built up an early lead against Mulberry Grove and coasted to a 85-42 win in their season opener on Tuesday night.

  • Wrestlers open season with win

    With a number of its wrestlers competing at the varsity level for the first time, Vandalia used five pins to open its season with a win on Tuesday.

  • Patoka holds off SEB to win MG...

    Even after they walked away with the championship trophy with Mulberry Grove on Saturday, Joey Eddy’s players may tell you that he pointed out some errors they made in the title game.