Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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October 1, 2012

Local roundup

(Continued)

EFFINGHAM — St. Anthony 25-25, Teutopolis 20-13

St. Anthony: Haylee Mathis 5K, 1B, 2D, 5A, 1 ace; Kassy Dammerman 9D; Lauren Schmidt 1B, 3 aces; Lauren Wendt 3K, 3B; Logan Braunecker 4K; Maggie Mumm 4K; Megan Nuxoll 1K, 4D, 2 aces; Megan Woltman 6A, 1 ace; Rachel Schultz 3D.

Teutopolis: Morgan Breer 4D, 1A, 1 ace; Natalie Summers 3K, 3D, 1 ace; Lucy Niemerg 2K, 3D, 1 ace; Katelyn Roholl 1K, 1D, 9A, 1 ace; Anna Grimes 1K, Dakota Swingler 4K, 1D; Michelle Schmidt 1K, 1B; Julie Wente 2K, 4D, 1B.

Hearts outlast Salem

Felicia Totten pcked up 12 kills and 14 assists, helping Effingham notch a 25-23, 22-25, 25-21 road victory against Apollo Conference foe Salem Thursday.

Kelli Utz had 13 digs, Kallie Koester had nine kills and seven digs, and Deedra Myers had eight digs and five kills for the Hearts.

Effingham also won the junior varsity contest 25-15, 22-25, 26-24. Katie Roberts had seven kills and four digs, Shelby Nunamaker had five kills, and Madeline Mitchell served eight aces for the Hearts.

Effingham 25-22-25, Salem 23-25-21

Effingham: Kourtney Utz 3K, 6D, 8A; Deedra Myers 5K, 8D, 1A, 2 aces; Bethany Donaldson 1D, 1A; Kalli Koester 9K, 7D, 3A; Holly White 2D, 1A; Kelli Utz 3K, 13D, 1 ace; Felicia Totten 1K, 12D, 14A; Shanon Daugherty 5K, 8D, 6A, 1B; Stephanie Robb 9K, 1D, 1 ace; Chandler Ramey 3K, 1B, 1A.

Stew-Stras 8-1 in NTC

The Comets improved to 11-5 overall and 8-1 in the National Trail Conference with a 25-13, 25-23 victory over Brownstown Thursday.

Lindsay Burton had nine kills, Kendall Knop had six kills and 20 dogs, and Kelsie Walden had 19 assists for Stew-Stras. Chelsey Lange had four kills, Tara Johnson nine digs and Michaela Walk seven assists for the Bombers (5-11 overall, 1-7 NTC).

Brownstown won the junior varsity match 25-19, 25-14.

Stew-Stras 25-25, Brownstown 13-23

Stew-Stras: Kelsie Walden 4D, 19A; Lindsay Burton 9K, 1D; Brittani Tabbert 3K, 9D, 2 aces; Kendall Knop 6K, 20D, 7 aces; Elizabeth Gratz 6D, 1 ace; Sarah Locke 8D; Morgan Stremming 1K; Clara Kaufman 2K, 2D.

Brownstown: Tara Johnson 3K, 9D, 1 ace; Shelby Rine 1 ace; Chelsey Lange 4K; Bethany Oberlink 3K, 5D; Danie Austin 2K; Michaela Walk 7A; Katie Kroll 5A; Brittany Kistler 8D.

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    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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    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.
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    Ryan Barnes hasn’t seen a lot of time with Effingham Post 120’s junior legion team this season, but he showed up in a big way Monday night in a 1-0 win over Dieterich Post 628.
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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 1 Photo

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    Down one with two outs and Vandalia Post 95 ace Zach Schaal coming in in relief, Dieterich Post 628 had a tough task to keep its season alive.
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    July 21, 2014 1 Photo

  • Jansen.jpg Late Newton rally downs Robinson 4-2

    Newton Post 20 rarely had an answer for Robinson Post 69's Brayden Burch, but thanks to a few key Robinson errors, Newton took their District 23 opener 4-2 Friday night.
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    July 19, 2014 1 Photo

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