Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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October 1, 2012

Local roundup

(Continued)

EFFINGHAM — Team Standings: 1. Mattoon 34, 2. Tolon Unity 113; 3. Marshall 168; 4. St. Anthony 181; 5. East Richland 187; 6. Newton 209; 7. Effingham 218; 8. Teutopolis 227; 8. Lawrenceville 227; 10. Sullivan 228; 11. Charleston 238; 12. Neoga 270; 13. Mt. Carmel 280; 14. Robinson 287; 15. Cumberland 294; 16. Altamont 411; 17. Fairfield 433; 18. Paris 484; 19. Dieterich 563.

Top 10 individuals: 1. Megan Shaffer (Mat), 19:08.9; 2. Molly Yockey (Sh), 19:13.5; 3. Tyra Buss (MC), 19:21.5; 4. Whitney Maminfior (Mat), 19:22.6; 5. Mallory Bergbower (Bluford), 19:36.3; 6. Leah Hutchinson (Cumb), 19:43.8; 7. Victoria Drake (Mat), 19:49.0; 8. Carly Niebrugge (New), 19:51.2; 9. Miasie Lay (Mar), 19:55.8; 10. Jenna Bingham (Eff), 19:59.5.

St. Anthony: 12. Carson Fonner, 20:13.1; 21. Sarah Wortman, 20:52.5; 27. Emmie Schultz, 21:26.3; 46. Claire Willenborg, 22:00.2; 87. Paige Oltman, 23:50.0; 89. Barbara McGuire, 24:06.7; 108. Paige Koester, 26:17.2.

Newton: 8. Carly Niebrugge, 19:51.2; 17. Lexi Davidson, 20:43.5; 59. Madi Kinder, 22:27.9; 61. Morgan Green, 22:29.4; 77. Maddie Green, 23:24.2; 88. Hannah Litzelman, 24:02.5; 102. Natalie Woods, 25:35.1;

Effingham: 10. Jenna Bingham, 19:59.5; 33. Shayna Phillips 21.41.1; 41. Holly Moore, 21:51.6; 72. Ashley Jamerson, 22:56.2; 74. Maddie Woelfer, 23:15.0; 83. Kelly Keitel, 23:38.3; 121. Asia Zumbahlen, 29:01.6.

Teutopolis: 20. Megan Weichman, 20:51.9; 42. Julie Waldhoff, 21:55.5; 53. Lauren Jansen, 22:15.9; 62. Morgan Deters, 22:30.2; 63. Emma Repking, 22:38.7; 65. Emily Weichman, 22:42.1; 71. Kadi Borries, 22:54.5.

Neoga: 30. Taylor Baker, 21:31.5; 35. Brittany Deters, 21:42.5; 58. Maddie Butler, 22:25.5; 79. Madi Gibson, 23:32.5; 81. Erin Walk, 23:36.2; 105. Kristen Deters, 26:02.0; 118. Kelsey Beard, 27:48.3;

Cumberland: 6. Leah Hutchinson, 19:43.8; 25. Logan Peters, 21:22.7; 70. Leah Peters, 22:50.7; 99. Olivia Ross, 25:16.8; 109. Shelby Flood, 26:30.3.

Altamont: 43. Laura Wolff, 21:57.8; 85. Elizabeth Homann, 23:49.4; 92. Rene Tillman, 24:27.4; 93. Kelsey York, 24:31.0; 116. Margeaux Stuckemeyer, 27:36.5.

Dieterich: 110. Ashley Phllips, 26:43.1; 115. Ashley Faught, 27:34.4; 117. Melody Mahnke, 27:40.1; 120. Rachel Bierman, 28:56.7; 126. Kelsey Webb, 31:46.9.

SOCCER

Indians nip Salem

Brendan Walk’s goal at the 38-minute mark of the second half was the only scoring in Altamont’s 1-0 victory Thursday over Salem.

Ryan Mayhant assissted on Walk’s goal.

The Indians have won three straight to improve to 4-8-1.

TENNIS

Shoes escape, stay perfect

Teutopolis players dropped four of the six singles matches, but won all three doubles matches to nip Charleston 5-4 Thursday to preserve an undefeated season.

The Shoes are 9-0.

“We had a real match on our hands,” Teutopolis coach Kaye Kimpling said. “As the daylight was fading on their unlighted courts, the tirls really stepped up and played some awesome doubles.”

Teutopolis 5, Charleston 4

Singles

1. Kelsie Abolt (C) def. Elena Breer (T), 6-1, 6-0; 2. Maegan Flight (C), def. Holley Wright (T), 6-3, 6-4; 3. Allison Vogt (T) def. Madi Fisher (C), 6-1, 6-1; 4. Hannah Blevins (C) def. Cheyenne Lueken (T), 6-3, 2-6, 6-7 (4); 5. Megan Miller (T) def. Dakota Hicks (C), 6-0, 6-0; 6. Shelby Linder (C) def. Kaitlin Deters (T), 6-2, 6-3.

Doubles

1. Vogt/Lueken (T) def. Abolt/Fisher (C), 6-3; 2. Miller/Drees (T) def. Flight/Blevins (C), 6-2; 3. Deters/Ashley Hemmen (T) def. Hicks/Linder (C), 8-6.

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