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Today's Sports

  • Vandals top Staunton in regional...

    Two weeks after losing to Staunton on a three-pointer with less than 10 seconds left in the game, the Vandals exacted their revenge on Monday night.

  • SIXTH STRAIGHT TRIP TO STATE

    Kendrick Woolsey had lost to his heavyweight opponent from Belleville Althoff twice this season, both times by the narrowest of margins. But, when his team needed it the most, Woolsey defeated Rodney Baker.

  • Five Wrestlers Make it to State

    Five Vandalia wrestlers advanced to the state tournament this weekend, and a sixth had his attempt thwarted by a freak injury.

  • Eighth-Graders Win Their Own...

    The eighth-grade Junior Lady Vandals won their own tournament on Saturday.

    In front, from left, are Caddie Howard, Sarah Craig, Kennedy Fiscus, Cori Hipsher, Bailey Maroon and Christy Brown. In back are coach Allison Hall, Katie Wilkerson, Katelyn Mills, Breanne Swain, Katlyn McKinney, Reyna Arenas, Christy Brown and J'Amy Jackson.

  • Late 3-pointer beats Vandals

    Josh Franke’s three-pointer from the top of the key with 7.3 seconds left on the clock gave visiting Staunton a win over the Vandals last Friday night.

  • Lady Vandals post regional win

    Vandalia advanced to the second round of the Class 2A girls basketball regional at Greenville on Monday by breezing past Staunton, 60-30.

  • The Streak Continues

    Despite having three spots in their lineup open, Vandalia’s wrestlers kept the Vandals’ regional title streak alive on Saturday.

  • WOMACK JOINS 100 CLUB

    Chaston Womack has joined the 100 Club.
    A Vandalia Community High School junior, Womack recently recorded the 100th victory of his prep wrestling career.
    He joins Vandalia teammates Dalton Blankenship, Ryne Lipsey and Jake Stewart in the 100 Club.
    Womack began the season with 71 wins. He recorded win No. 100 of his career at Petersburg-PORTA on Jan. 24.
    "It was a great feeling," Womack said of getting to 100 career victories. "It's a good accomplishment.  A lot of people strive for it."

  • Cougars top Eagles at NTC tourney

    ALTAMONT — South Central overcame a double-digit deficit and knocked off St. Elmo/Brownstown, 59-47, in the third-place game of the 2015 National Trail Conference Tournament.
    The Cougars were down 10 points early in the game, 18-8. But they rallied in the second quarter and never looked back.
    Three players reached double figures for the Cougars, as Brett Harmeier had 16 points, Dre Hill scored 12 and Evan Langley added 11.
    Landon Feezel scored 19 points to lead the Eagles (8-14). He was the only SEB player in double figures.

  • Lady Vandals fall short at Flora

    FLORA — The Vandalia Lady Vandals had the lead early, but the Flora Wolfgals controlled the second half in a 56-37 victory on Monday night.
    Flora outscored Vandalia 36-17 in the second half after the game was tied at halftime.
    A solid Flora squad improved to 23-3 on the season. Flora has already wrapped up the Little Illini Conference title and the Wolfgals are having one of the best seasons in school history.
    Vandalia fell to 15-12 on the season.