Today's Sports

  • South Central edges Vandals in...

    In a game in which the lead changed hands several times, South Central edged Vandalia on Monday when the Cougars’ Trent Geiler drove home the tie-breaking run in the bottom half of the seventh inning.
    In a game full of offense, Dylan Smith led South Central with a 4-for-4 performance that included a two-run homer in the home half of the sixth inning.
    Vandalia scored two runs in the top of the seventh to take an 11-8 lead, but South Central countered with three runs to take the win.

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  • Wrestlers' Postseason Awards

    Members of the Vandalia Community High School wrestling team are shown with postseason awards they received at the team banquet.

  • South Central to again play in...

    The South Central Cougars will again play in Busch Stadium.
    South Central is scheduled to face the Edwardsville Tigers immediately after the Cardinals game with the Tigers on Saturday, May 16.
    The two teams will play as many innings as their 2 1/2-hour time slot will allow, and all fans will be allowed to move down to field-level box seats for the game.

  • South Central blanks Bombers,...

    South Central 16, BSE 0
    South Central scored eight runs in both the first and second innings on their way five-inning win over Brownstown/St. Elmo in baseball action last Wednesday.

  • Cougars edge Altamont in season...

    South Central held a 7-2 lead going into the seventh inning, then held on to edge Altamont, 7-6, in high school baseball on Tuesday at Altamont.
    Noah Powless got the win for South Central in the Cougars' opener, giving up four runs and four hits while striking out two over the final three innings. He pitched in relief of Dylen Peters, who allowed two runs on three hits and a walk while striking out four.

  • Lady Vandals have six firsts in...

    Two members of the Vandalia girls track team won two events and were part of a relay team that recorded another first in a four-team meet at Hillsboro on Tuesday.
    Emma Meyer won the pole vault at 10 feet and the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.9 seconds, and Anna Miller placed first in the 100-meter hurdles at 19.2 seconds and the 300-meter hurdles at 52.16 seconds.
    Meyer and Miller also joined Madison Klanke and Jalea Paslay in the 4x100 relay to take first with a time of 53.3 seconds.

  • Lady Vandals hold on to defeat...

    Vandalia 6, South Central 5
    The Lady Vandals scored five runs in the fourth inning, then held off a late South Central charge to record their first win of the season on Monday.

  • State Placers

    Owen Miller and Eric McKinney each placed eighth in their weight division at the 2015 IKWF Midget Championships held March 21-22 in Danville.

    Miller took eighth in the 66-pound division, and McKinney competed in the 70-pound division. Baelynd Brown also represented Vandalia at the championships, which featured more than 600 wrestlers in weight divisions ranging from 49 pounds to 165 pounds.

  • Greenville hands Vandals their...

    Greenville 7, Vandalia 1
    Greenville scored six times in the seventh inning to hand Vandalia its first loss of the season.