The Teutopolis soccer scored a 2-0 victory on Tuesday night when they defeated visiting Altamont Indians.

A late first-half cross from Ryan Westendorf ended up in the goal after an Altamont defender misplayed it while trying to keep it from Jordan Deters, giving Teutopolis a 1-0 halftime lead.

The Shoes scored an insurance goal halfway through the second half, when Jordan Niebrugge assisted a Kyle Blievernicht header.

Goalkeeper Seth Belford wasn’t tested often, making only one save. Teutopolis finished with 18 shots on goal.

St. Anthony earns tie

The Bulldogs were played to a scoreless tie at Carlyle on Tuesday night,  getting a strong effort from goalkeeper Zach Tegeler.

Tegeler finished with 18 saves on a night that saw 25 shots by Carlyle.

St. Anthony had 17 shots, 12 of which were on goal, but couldn’t find the back of the net.

The tie put the Bulldogs’ record at 3-2-1.

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North Clay edges Sandoval

The Cardinals trailed 2-0 at home after three innings on Tuesday, but rallied for a 4-2 victory.

North Clay (6-2) scored a run in the fourth, two in the fifth and one in the sixth to pull off the come-from-behind victory.

Dylan Walker pitched a complete game to earn the win, and had 15 strikeouts. He also went 2 for 3 at the plate.

Lawson Britton went 2 for 3 with two doubles, Adam Cox had a hit and an RBI and Nick McKnelly added two hits and an RBI for the Cardinals.

Windsor outduels Brownstown

It had been a tough day for Zach Hubbartt of Windsor, who stepped to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning on Tuesday, being hitless in three at-bats.

But, with the score knotted at 2, Hubbartt delivered, driving in a run and sending the Blue Devils to a dramatic 3-2 victory.

Alex Allen pitched 4 1/3 scoreless innings in relief to earn the victory. He also went 1 for 3 at the plate with two stolen bases. Hayden Cole and Aaron White had multi-hit games for Windsor.

The Blue Devils improved to 2-4 with the win.

Neoga takes down Dieterich

The Indians received a complete-game performance from Tyler Romack, who allowed only two hits and two runs while striking out 11 in an 8-2 win over the Maroons on Tuesday.

For good measure, Romack also added a home run at the plate, driving in three runs to help Neoga improve to 4-2 on the season.

Guy Walk, Cole McKimmy and Michael Baker also added RBIs to the Indians’ winning effort.

Neoga falls to St. Anthony

The Indians varsity team failed to win a set against the Bulldogs on Tuesday, losing the match 25-16, 25-15.

Courtney Croy performed well in the loss, amassing two kills, two blocks and an ace.

Demmie Long chipped in with three assists, four digs and an ace, and Jillian Deters added a kill, 12 digs and two aces for Neoga.

The Indians fell to 2-6 on the season.

Neoga’s JV team also lost to St. Anthony, 26-24, 15-25, 25-18.

Windsor tops Brownstown

The Blue Devils varsity squad improved to 5-0 with a straight-set victory over Brownstown on Tuesday night, 25-19, 25-13.

Jenny Bullock led the way for Windsor, scoring 11 kills, two assists, three aces and seven digs. Lindsay Floyd pitched in with two kills, 17 assists, three aces and four digs.

Kassy Strowmatt added five kills, a dig and a block, Charley Bailey had two kills, an ace and a dig, Dani Bell had a kill and 15 digs, and Paige Woolard contributed three kills and three digs for Windsor.

Brittany Kistler had 12 digs for Brownstown and Bethany Oberlink and Chelsey Lange each added three kills.

Brownstown fell to 1-3 with the loss.

Windsor’s JV team also defeated Brownstown, 17-25, 25-16, 25-15.

North Clay takes down Webber

The Cardinals varsity team received a strong performance from Courtney Crull on Tuesday night, defeating Webber 25-16, 27-25.

Crull had four aces, five assists and a dig to lead the Cardinals. Madi Harrison had a dig, three kills, two aces and six assists, and Rachel Smith added four kills and three aces.

The Cardinals JV team was also victorious, defeating Webber 25-18, 14-25, 25-22.

St. Anthony JV finishes 2nd in 3-way match

Nick Wortman shot a 37 to earn medalist honors and Sam Wortman finished second overall with a 42, but the Bulldogs were unable to top Shelbyville at The National Golf Course in Eagle Creek on Tuesday, losing 173-183.

Okaw Valley finished in third place with a score of 206.

Helping the Wortmans complete St. Anthony’s scoring were Kyle Britton (43) and Nick Behl (48).

Cowden-Herrick loses against St. Elmo

The Hornets suffered their first loss of the season on Tuesday night, falling to St. Elmo 25-19, 13-25, 16-25.

Micah Jones played well in the loss, amassing two aces, three kills, six blocks and seven digs. Hannah Wehrle added four aces, two kills, six assists and eight digs.

Jackie Schlanser had three aces, three kills and four digs, Ariel Heiserman had two kills, four assists and five digs, Autumn Riley had an ace, two kills and two digs, and Haven Lorton chipped in 14 digs.

Cowden-Herrick’s record now stands at 2-1.

T-Town falls to Sullivan in three sets

The Wooden Shoes were able to force a third set against Sullivan on Tuesday, but ultimately came up short, losing the match 14-25, 25-23, 18-25.

Lucy Niemerg had a strong outing, compiling three aces, four kills, seven digs and a block for Teutopolis. Katelyn Ruholl added two aces, 21 assists and two digs.

Julie Wente had four aces, two assists, four digs and a block, Natalie Summers had nine kills, five digs and a block, and Anna Grimes contributed eight kills, two digs and a block.

The JV team defeated Sullivan, 25-23, 25-22.

Teutopolis JV scores victory over Fairfield varsity

The Wooden Shoes earned a dominant 7-2 victory against Fairfield on Tuesday.

Kara Schwinke, Taylor Deters, Heather Dust, Kylie Oseland and Amber Kreke were all victorious in their singles matches.

Schwinke and Dust and Kreke and Charlotte Wente teamed up and each won their respective doubles matches.

Teutopolis improved to 4-0 on the season.

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