Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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February 12, 2014

Lady Shoes move up in final poll

EFFINGHAM — In the final Class 2A girls poll of the season, Teutopolis moved back up to where the Lady Shoes started the season.

Teutopolis was voted third in the Associated Press poll, up from fourth last week and moving past Sherrard. Teutopolis finished the regular season 23-5, with an impressive win over Class 3A’s 10th-ranked team, Bishop McNamara.

The Neoga Lady Indians (19-8 as of Tuesday afternoon) received six votes in Class 1A, up from five, but came in 11th in the poll behind South Fulton.

Effingham fell out of the Class 3A poll entirely, after losing its second game of the season Thursday night to move to 25-2.

On the boys side, Altamont (18-2) received 11 votes for an unofficial 13th, behind 10th-ranked Springfield Lutheran, Okawville and Aquin.

Teutopolis (15-7) earned three votes for 16th in Class 2A, Newton received one vote in 2A and Effingham received zero votes in Class 3A.

Class 2A Girls

School     W-L     Pts     Prv


1. Champaign St. Thomas More (9)     26-2     125     1

2. Breese Central (4)     27-0     116     2

3. Teutopolis     23-5     98     4

4. Nashville     25-3     80     5

5. Sherrard     25-2     74     3

6. Prophetstown     25-3     58     6

7. Byron     25-3     47     7

8. Mt. Carmel     22-4     32     9

9. Illini West (Carthage)     23-2     20     10

10. Piasa Southwestern     24-2     13     NR

Others receiving votes: El Paso-Gridley 10. Sullivan 10. Carterville 8. Watseka 7. Clinton 6. Westminster Christian 5. Marshall 3. Havana 2. Oregon 1.

Class 1A Girls

School     W-L     Pts     Prv


1. Annawan (11)     23-4     110     1

2. Moweaqua Central A&M     21-5     88     3

3. Lanark Eastland     23-5     81     2

4. Shiloh     24-3     78     4

5. Brimfield     25-3     63     6

6. Gilman Iroquois West     19-4     55     5

7. Calhoun     22-3     39     7

8. Dakota     23-6     28     9

9. Arcola     19-4     21     10

10. South Fulton     22-4     20     8

Others receiving votes: Neoga 6. Carrollton 4. Aquin 4. Sidell (Jamaica)-Salt Fork 3. Danville Schlarman 3. Stark County 1. Putnam County 1.

Class 2A Boys

School     W-L     Pts     Prv


1. Rockridge (13)     21-0     140     1

2. Providence-St. Mel     13-5     118     2

3. Sterling Newman     22-2     100     3

4. Monmouth-Roseville     16-3     93     4

5. St. Joseph-Ogden     20-2     84     5

6. Bismarck-Henning     20-1     57     8

7. Breese Mater Dei     17-6     55     9

8. Breese Central     18-6     25     7

9. Decatur St. Teresa     19-3     22     6

T-10. IC Catholic     17-4     17     NR

T-10. Winnebago     18-4     17     NR

Others receiving votes: Clifton Central 8. St. Edward 6. Cerro Gordo-Bement 6. Kewanee 5. Seneca 4. Teutopolis 3. Williamsville 3. Northridge Prep 2. Newton 1. Nashville 1. Hales Franciscan 1. Bloomington Central Catholic 1. Chicago (Carver Military) 1.

Class 1A Boys

School     W-L     Pts     Prv


1. Payson Seymour (10)     20-2     136     1

2. Mounds Meridian     18-3     108     3

3. Mooseheart (3)     19-3     103     5

4. Kewanee (Wethersfield)     21-2     80     6

5. Brimfield     20-1     74     2

6. Waterloo Gibault     17-6     59     4

7. Madison     11-8     49     7

8. Arthur-Lovington     18-2     36     10

9. Lanark Eastland     17-3     25     9

10. Springfield Lutheran     20-2     15     NR

Others receiving votes: Okawville 12. Aquin 12. Altamont 11. Milledgeville 10. Milford 7. Colfax Ridgeview 6. St. Anne 6. Blue Ridge 6. Putnam County 4. Henry 3. Shiloh 3. East Dubuque 3. Cissna Park 2.

 

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