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Today's Sports

  • Early mistakes spell doom for...

    A strong second-effort wasn’t enough for the Vandals to overcome an early lead built up by the leading team in the South Central Conference on Friday night in Carlinville.

  • VFTC raises $4,810 for Fayette...
  • Sports Roundup

    The Vandals soccer team lost to Staunton, 7-0, on Senior Night last Thursday at Miller Field in Vandalia. Daniel Durbin-Flack had nine saves in goal for the Vandals.
    The Vandals lost to Greenville, 7-0, last Wednesday at Greenville. Durbin-Flack had 13 saves for Vandalia.

    Jadie Keck had nine points and Sydney Miller eight as the eighth-grade Lady Vandals defeated Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick last Tuesday, 28-26.
    Vandalia – Abby Durbin 3; Sydney Miller 8; Olivia Dunn 1; Lexi Wehrle 3; Jadie Keck 9; Riely Ward 2; Madison Ferguson 2.

  • Soccer Senior Night
  • Lady Comets win VFTC contest

    The Lady Vandals improved to 14-9 overall and 3-3 in South Central Conference play with a two-game win over Hillsboro on Tuesday, 25-15, 25-19.

  • Five inducted into Vandals Hall...

    Matt Shroyer, a 2008 graduate of Vandalia Community High School, excelled at both wrestling and football.
    In football, Matt was a three-year letter winner and two-year starter, as both a linebacker and quarterback.

  • Tennis

    Jaden Johnson picked up the lone win as the Lady Vandals tennis team lost at Shelbyville on Tuesday.
    Singles – Stacey Hudson lost to Amber Rezinas 0-8; Lora Hedgpeth lost to Rachel Bly 4-8; Aleia Beckman lost to Hannah Hicks 5-8; Allysin Ward lost to Kat Martin 5-8; Alexis Beckman lost to Owens 3-8; Jaden Johnson defeated Meliah Hennings 8-1.
    Doubles – Hudson/Hedgpeth lost to Owens/Hicks 3-8; Aleia Beckman/Ward lost to Rezinas/Martin 1-8; Johnson/Rylee Valezquez lost to Bly/Miller 2-8.

  • Three Vandal golfers advance to...

    Three Vandalia golfers advanced to the IHSA Sectional Tournament on Tuesday at Fox Prairie Golf Course in Windsor.

  • Smalls runs for 297 yards, 5 TD...

    The Vandals may not have set a new single-game scoring record on Friday night, but their cheerleaders likely set a new mark for jumping jacks.

  • JH Basketball

    Vandalia’s eighth-grade girls went 1-2 last week as they hosted the Old Capital Classic.
    The Lady Vandals defeated Pocahontas in their first game, 25-21, then lost to Altamont on Thursday, 33-19, and to Greenville on Friday, 30-15.
    Vandalia vs. Pocahontas – Abby Durbin 2, Sydney Miller 8, Olivia Dunn 2, Lexi Wehrle 7, Jadie Keck 5, Riely Ward 1.
    Vandalia vs. Altamont – Durbin 4, Miller 8, Keck 3, Ward 4.
    Vandalia vs. Greenville – Durbin 2, Miller 6, Wehrle 3, Keck 4.