Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL


October 1, 2012

Local roundup


EFFINGHAM — South Central 10, Windsor 0

Windsor    000    00    —    0    1    1

South Central    331    12    —    10    8    0

WP: Dan Diss (4 IP, 1H, 2BB, 7K). LP: Cole (1 IP, 2H, 6R, 7BB, 2K).

South Central: Dylan Smith 2-2, 2 RBI; Kyle Bray 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI; Heath Hoffman 1-3, RBI; Drake Ritter 1-2, RBI; Austin Schwarm 1-3, RBI.

Windsor: White 1-1.

Neoga 5th at Robinson Invite

Altamont’s Andrew Sharp was the top local finisher, and Neoga the top local team Thursday in the 19-team Robinson Invitational.

Sharp finisehd sixth ovearll with a time of 16 minutes, 19.9 seconds on the 3-mile course.

Neoga was fifth in the team standings, and St. Anthony placed 10th. Shelbyville was the winner, followed by Tolono Unity and Charleston.

Also, Teutopolis finsihed 12th, Newton was 15th, Effingham 16th, Cumberland 17th and Dieterich 18th.

Team Standings: 1. Shelbyville 62; 2. Tolono Unity 88; 3. Charleston 94; 4. Mattoon 128; 5. Neoga 182; 6. Robinson; 7. East Richland 209; 8. Fairfield 259; 9. Sullivan 265; 10. St. Anthony 270; 11. Lawrenceville 283; 12. Teutopolis 286; 13. Mt. Carmel 325; 14. Marshall 372; 15. Newton 389; 16. Effingham 395; 17. Cumberland 439; 18. Dieterich 485; 19. Paris 528.

Top 10 individuals: 1. Riley McInerney (Ch), 15:11.1; 2. Blake Hale (R), 15:36.1; 3. Ben Scamihorn (Mar), 16:13.4; 4. Taylor Garrett (Ch), 16:14.0; 5. Andrew Sharp (Alt), 16:19.9; 6. Neil Yockey (Sh), 16:20.9; 7. Corbin Kakac (F), 16:23.4; 8. John Righter (Mat), 16:28.0; 9. Nick Godsell (Tol), 16:30.4; 10. Andrew Gardewine (SA), 16:31.8.

Neoga: 21. Trevor Walk, 17:07.7; 27. Travis Walk, 17:22.6; 28. Ryan Evans 17:23.4; 38. Austin Hernandez, 17:35.1; 73. Anthony Miah, 18:37.5; 81. Justin Deters, 18:50.9; 112. Ethan Walk, 20:14.6.

St. Anthony: 10. Andrew Gardewine, 16:31.8; 45. Zach McWhorter, 17:44.4; 55. Jake Spraul, 18:03.7; 75. John Goeckner, 18:40.6; 91. Matt Gibson, 19:12.0; 114. Drake McHugh, 20:17.6.

Teutopolis: 36. Zachary Mette, 17:33.7; 53. Lucas Probst, 17:57.9; 55. Riley Drees, 18:04.2; 72. Jesse Miller 18:36.4; 74. Logan Probst, 18:38.5; 84. Cody Heuerman, 18:54.4; 95. Cody Michaels 19:23.9.

Newton: 33. Corey Davidson, 17:31.7; 60. Evan Brooks, 18:12.9; 93. Noah Dart, 19:21.7; 106. Kyle Woods, 20:01.1; 110. Derek Boyd, 20:13.3; 126. Brett Schackman, 21:08.7; 129. Lane Simpson, 22:01.7.

Effingham: 54. Gary Damron, 18:00.4; 80. Patrick Siner, 18:49.8; 83. Leevi Baker, 18:52.5; 88. Kyle Niebrugge, 19:04.6; 100. Kennan Mahaffey, 19:40.5; 109. Josh Stombaugh, 20:11.5; 115. Adam Koester, 20:18.1.

Cumberland: 14. Tye Sutherland 16:43.3; 89. Andrew Talley, 19:08.1; 116. Kyle Swingler, 20:21.0; 117. JD Thompson, 20:30.3; 118. Keegan Sutherland, 20:31.0; 130. Dawson Cross, 22:06.6; 136. Elijah Ray, 23:18.3.

Dieterich: 70. Austin Bushue, 18:31.9; 87. Wyatt Abbott, 19:01.1; 101. Jacob Bushur, 19:42.8; 119. Reed Higgs, 20:38.4; 122. Kevin Robards, 20:42.0; 123. Josh Campbell, 20:44.0; 128. Dalton Flach, 21:27.6.

Altamont: 6. Andrew Sharp, 16:19.9; 92. Devin Durbin, 19:18.3; 125. Andrew Spelbring, 21:08.7; 135. Jake Seidel, 22:55.5.

Bulldog girls 4th at Robinson

The St. Anthony girls finished fourth out of 19 teams Thursday at the Robinson Invitational.

Cumberland’s Leah Hutchinson was the top local individual finisher, sixth overall in 19 minutes, 43.8 seconds on the 3-mile course.

Newton was sixth in the team standings, Effingham was seventh and Teutopolis eighth.

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    Mitch Bierman started off Newton Post 20’s game against Salem Post 128 with a bang Sunday afternoon, hitting a leadoff triple and scoring on the next batter.
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    July 26, 2014 1 Photo

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    July 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • Mammoser3.jpg Newton Post 20 plays Belleville Saturday

    With the District 23 tournament behind them, Newton Post 20 now knows its fate for the Fifth Division Junior Legion tournament this weekend in Bethalto.
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    July 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • Bateman.jpg Effingham's season comes to a close with 11-1 loss to Salem

    A 1-0 lead for Effingham Post 120 rapidly evaporated, and the post’s Junior Legion season came to an end with a 11-1 loss in five innings to Salem Post 128 Tuesday night.
    The game was for the final spot of District 23 in the divisional tournament, with Newton Post 20 and Breese Post 252 Gray punching their tickets by winning their district divisions.

    July 23, 2014 2 Photos

  • Bierman.jpg Newton Post 20 falls short against Breese Gray 9-3

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    July 22, 2014 2 Photos

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    July 22, 2014 2 Photos

  • Mammoser2.jpg Newton Post 20 tops Effingham Post 120 7-5 late

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    July 21, 2014 2 Photos

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    July 21, 2014 1 Photo

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