Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

Sports

September 25, 2012

Local roundup

EFFINGHAM — Ellie Ruholl carded a 48 to lead the Wooden Shoes to a 208-246 victory against Sullivan on Monday at Effingham Country Club.

Holly Dust added a 51 to finish second for the Shoes, and Leah Kremer (54), Laura Wente (55), Celeste Deters (56), Haley Giles (59), Lea Thoele (61) and Katie Thoele (63) finished up the round for T-Town.

The Shoes improved to 6-9 overall.

Effingham defeats Mout Zion

With a team score of 161, the Hearts narrowly defeated Mt. Zion (162) on Monday at Angus Links Golf Course. Taylorville (171) and Shelbyville (178) finished third and fourth overall.

Anthony Lechman shot a 36 to earn medalist honors, and Anthony Barrett shot a 39 to finish second for the Hearts.

Jackson Wendling (41), Sean Sandifer (45), Jake Linders (46) and Reed Schafer (47) rounded out the scoring for Effingham.

The Hearts are now 15-2 overall.

BASEBALL

St. Elmo falls to Ramsey

Despite a three-run first inning, the Eagles were unable to defeat Ramsey on Monday afternoon, losing the game 7-3.

Connor Beasley hit a three-run home run to account for all of St. Elmo’s runs. Dalton Parks went 2-for-3 with a double.

Parks also took the loss, allowing five runs in 3 2/3 innings. He is now 1-3 on the season.

St. Elmo fell to 7-9 for the fall.

Dieterich shuts down

Brownstown

Tanner Traub smacked two doubles and drove in four runs to lead the Maroons to a 10-1 victory over the Bombers in Dieterich on Monday afternoon.

Garrett Einhorn had two RBI, Alex Bohnhoff and Trenton Poe each had two hits and an RBI, and Brandon Westjohn and Reid Shoemaker each added an RBI for Dieterich.

Westjohn pitched a complete game, striking out nine and allowing only three hits to pick up the victory.

Dieterich is now 4-11 overall.

VOLLEYBALL

Cumberland tops Dieterich

Kamisha Holsapple had three digs, 19 assists and two aces in Cumberland’s 26-24, 26-24 victory over Dieterich on Monday night at Cumberland High School.

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