Area Prep Roundup (Oct. 8)

Brownstown/St. Elmo Baseball
Oct. 1 vs. South Central at Kinmundy
BSE    1-0-0-0-0-2-0  3–5–6
SC      2-0-0-0-5-3-x  10–8–3
WP: Trent Geiler 6 IP, 3R, 5H, 8K, 4BB
LP: Landon Feezel 4 1/3 IP, 7R, 6H, 5K, 3BB

BSE:  Lewis Brown 1 for 4; Landon Feezel 1 for 2, RBI; Noah Flowers 1 for 2; Nate Philpot 1 for 3; Rocky Himes 1 for 2

SC: Brett Harmeier 3 for 4, 2B, 4 RBI; Dre Hill 2 for 4, 2B, 3 RBI; Trent Geiler 1 for 4, RBI

Friday vs. Odin/Patoka
O/P     0-0-0-2-0-2-0  4–3–2
BSE     2-0-0-0-0-0-0  2–8–2
WP: Herrin 4 IP, 5H, 6K, 1BB
LP: Lewis Brown 7IP, 4R, 3H, 6K, 5BB

BSE: Lewis Brown 1 for 4; Landon Feezel 1 for 4; Nate Philpot 4 for 4, 2 2B; Hunter Seaton 1 for 3; Dalton Denton 1 for 1

South Central Baseball
Friday at North Clay
SC    4-1-0-1-4    10–13–1
NC    0-0-0-0-0     0–4–4
WP: Ryan Matheny 5 IP, 4H, 6K
LP: Warren 4 IP, 7H, 6R, 3BB, 5K

SC: Dre Hill 3 for 3, 2RBI; Gavin Ratermann 3 for 4, 2B; Ryan McCown 2 for 3; Ryan Matheny 1 for 4, HR, 2 RBI

South Central Volleyball

The Lady Cougars defeated Cowden Herrick/Beecher City, 25-18, 25-19, last Friday evening.
Emily Chapman recorded a team-high 11 kills, nine assists, one stuff and one ace, Kendall Burleyson had a team-high 14 assists along with 5 kills. Kacie Crain had a team-high 10 digs along with one ace, Deidra Schaal had five kills and seven digs, and Hannah Rubin had one ace, two kills and three digs.
Also scoring was Serena Germany, who had 1 kills and two stuffs, and Abbey Garrett, who had three kills, one stuff and four digs.

St. Elmo/Brownstown Volleyball

SEB defeated Sandoval, 25-11, 25-16 last Thursday evening, improving its record to 12-9.
Leading the way were Emily Bone, who had a team-high eight kills, two assists, one ace and three digs, and Sarah Maxey, who had a team-high 17 assists, two kills, one ace and two digs. Brandi Howard had four kills and one ace, Gabbi Moore had five kills and four digs, and Madison Carson had one kill, one assist and three digs.
 On Friday, SEB defeated North Clay handily, 25-10, 25-9.
Emily Bone recorded seven kills, five digs and one block, Madison Carson had one kill, one assist and two digs, Brandi Howard had eight kills and one block, and Sarah Maxey had two kills, 21 assists, two aces and three digs.
Also scoring were Gabbi Moore, who had eight kills, two assists, four aces and six digs, and Tessa Philpot, who finished with one kill and one dig.

VCHS Tennis
The Vandalia High School tennis team traveled to Alton Marquette Thursday afternoon and took a 1-8 match loss.  Hannah Blythe won the lone match a No.1 singles defeating Shelby Jones 6-3, 6-2.
The Lady Vandals held their last home match of the year Monday afternoon against Mount Vernon and suffered a 1-7 loss.  Hannah Blythe sneaked out a victory at No. 1 singles, 11-9, over Catie Raney.                 Three seniors, Connie Hans, Hannah Blythe and Lexie Stuckwisch were honored afterwards for their years of commitment to the team.

VCHS Soccer

The Vandals soccer squad fell to Staunton, 5-2, last Thursday afternoon. Boaz Haveman scored both goals, with one assist coming from Nic Wollerman.
Goalkeeper Yosiah Yexley finished with 12 saves.

JV Football
The junior varsity football team continued its unbeaten streak, topping Hillsboro, 42-22, and improving to 6-0.
Trevor Smalls finished the game with 225 total yards and four touchdowns. Blake Barth managed 85 yards rushing and one score, while Logan Sullens was able to pick up 47 yards rushing with one score as well.
As a team, the Vandals finished with 480 total yards of offense, 400 rushing and 80 passing.  

The Vandalia High School golf team finished eighth in the Class 1A Regional in Robinson at the Quail Creek Country Club Tuesday evening.
The team finsihed with an overall score of 403. Effingham/St. Anthony took first with a 329, Teutopolis finished second with a 334 and Robinson finished third with a 358.
Vandalia's Scotty Shulman qualified for the Class 1A sectional, which will take place this Monday in Anna-Jonesboro.
Other Vandal scorers were Alec Schroeder, who finished with an 84, Zach McCaslin with a 111, and Bryce Dunn and Levi Cox, who both finished with a 113.

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