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December 10, 2012 Local & Area Sports

 

(NEWTON)  in Week 14 of the National Football League – here’s the midwestern team results  :
*  the Indianapolis Colts beat the Tennessee Titans, 27-23
*  the Minnesota Vikings beat the Chicago Bears, 21-14
*  the St. Louis Rams beat the Buffalo Bills, 15-12
*  the Cleveland Browns beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 30-7
*  the Dallas Cowboys beat the Cincinnati Bengals, 20-19
*  the Green Bay Packers beat the Detroit Lions, 27-20


 
(OLNEY)  in men’s college basketball over the weekend – Illinois continued to win  :
*  the Fighting Illini defeated #10 Gonzaga, 85-74 improving to 10&0 on the year
*  the 13th-ranked Illini return to the Assembly Hall tomorrow night to host Norfolk State


 
(OLNEY)  in women’s junior college basketball from Saturday – the Lady Knights lost in Missouri  :
*  Olney Central College lost to Mineral Area College, 68-91 as the Lady Knights drop to 4&7 on the year
*  Mineral Area improves to 10&1 on the year – their only loss was to Southwestern Illinois by four points
*  the Lady Knights return to action this Saturday at 2:00 when they’ll host Illinois Central at OCC


 
(OLNEY)  in boys high school hoops Saturday – the Conrad Allen Tournament started in Wayne City  :
*  Patoka beat Clay City, 46-40
*  Zeigler-Royalton beat Grayville, 74-66
*  Patoka beat Crab Orchard, 65-41
*  Thompsonville beat Webber, 40-29
*  Edwards County beat Wayne City, 51-34
the Tournament continues will three games each night thru Saturday at the Wayne City High School


 
(NEWTON)  here’s some other downstate boys high school basketball results from Saturday  :
*  Flora beat Mt. Carmel, 47-44
*  Harrisburg beat Alton Marquette, 62-53
*  Murphysboro beat Marion, 46-44
*  Centralia beat Mascoutah, 36-26 – the 400th win for Centralia Coach Lee Bennett
*  Mt. Zion beat Hillsboro, 65-49
*  Christopher beat Hamilton County, 52-40
*  Breese Mater Dei beat Lift For Life Academy, Missouri, 49-23
*  Vandalia beat East Alton Wood River, 59-50


 
(OLNEY)  in some downstate girls high school basketball action from Saturday  :
*  Teutopolis beat Salem, 47-30
*  Centralia beat Cahokia, 50-43
*  Sesser-Valier beat Hamilton County in two overtimes, 71-62
*  Vandalia beat Neoga, 58-47

 

(NEWTON)  the IESA Girls 8th Grade State Tournaments began Saturday – here’s the area team results  :
Class 2A  :  Bloomington Holy Trinity eliminated Altamont, 37-26 in quarter-final action – the Junior Wildcats from Altamont finish their successful year with an overall record of 19&5
Class 3A  :  Teutopolis won its quarter-final game over Auburn, 26-24 – the Junior Lady Shoes then won their semi-final game over St. Joseph, 39-31 – at 25&1, Teutopolis plays for the State Title Thursday night
Class 4A  :  Mattoon was eliminated in quarter-final action by Normal Kingsley, 45-21 – the Junior Wildcats from Mattoon finish the season with an overall record of 15&10 and a trip to state

 

(OLNEY)  in boys junior high basketball Saturday – at the 7th Grade Tournament in Paris  :
*  Olney lost its first round game to Red Hill, 12-32
*  the 7th grade Cubs then lost their second and final game to Robinson, 36-43
*  now at 2&5 on the year, the Cubs are back in action tomorrow night at Centralia


 
(NEWTON)  it’s back to a full schedule tonight in girls Little Ilini Conference basketball  :
*  the Newton Lady Eagles play at Casey-Westfield
*  the Olney Lady Tigers will host the Flora Wolfgals
*  Oblong at Cumberland
*  Lawrenceville at Robinson
*  Palestine-Hutsonville at Marshall
*  Edwards County will play Red Hill

 

(OLNEY)  also, congratulations to Olney Tiger Coach Matt Music for being named the Decatur Herald & Review’s Football “Coach of the Year” – along with several players from throughout the region named to the newspaper’s All Area Team – we’ll take at look at those recognized later this week on Thursday

 


                                         LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  it’s a Christmas Baseball Camp coming up on Saturday morning, December 29th, at the newly opened Britton’s Bullpen, at 1809 Whittle Avenue, in Olney – for ages 6 thru 12 with registration at 8:15, followed by instruction from 9:00 to 12 noon – the fee is at $50 per player – Phil Britton, OCC Baseball Coach Dennis Conley, & the OCC Blue Knights will instruct those taking part on hitting, pitching, catching, fielding, base running, & all the fundamentals of baseball – for more details, call Phil at 618-879-2200

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Little Illini Conference girls basketball tonight with game times at around 7:30 – Olney Lady Tigers on Freedom 92.9 – Newton Lady Eagles on 103.5 “The Eagle”  :  and it’s the latest in world-wide sports, all day and all night, on Fox Sports Radio 740 WVLN

 

 

 

December 8, 2012 Local & Area Sports

 

(OLNEY)  in boys high school basketball last night – Olney swept two from Red Hill  :
*  the Tigers won the varsity game, 48-40 improving to 3&4 on the year, now 1&2 in the LIC
*  Olney’s Evan Eagleson & Tate Nohren each had 12 points – Alec St. Pierre added 10 points
*  Olney also won the junior varsity game, 31-24 improving to 1&2 on the year
*  the Tigers return to conference play next Friday night when they’ll host Marshall at ERHS

 

(NEWTON)  in boys high school hoops last night – Newton took two from Edwards County  :
*  the Eagles won the varsity game, 61-40 improving to 8&0 overall, now 3&0 in the LIC
*  Newton’s Dylan Davidson had 19 points, while Luke Stone added 10 points
*  Newton also won the junior varsity game as well
*  the Eagles will host Paris next Tuesday in a non-conference matchup in the NCHS Gym

 

(OLNEY)  in the other Little Illini Conference boys games from last night  :
*  Robinson remains unbeaten in the league with a 74-24 win over Cumberland
*  Flora protected its home court with a 48-45 victory over visiting Marshall
*  Oblong won the battle of the cats, beating Hutsonville-Palestine, 73-57
*  Casey-Westfield defeated visiting Lawrenceville, 92-70

 

(NEWTON)  also in boys high school hoops from last night – here’s some other downstate scores  :
*  Effingham beat Mattoon, 53-39
*  Charleston beat Salem, 75-68
*  Mt. Zion beat Paris, 59-52
*  Vincennes beat Mt. Carmel, 71-53
*  Altamont beat South Central, 56-32
*  Cahokia beat Centralia, 63-46
*  Waltonville beat North Clay, 61-55
*  Breese Mater Dei beat Woodlawn, 41-25
*  Belleville Althoff beat Mt. Vernon, 41-33
*  Hamilton County beat Vienna, 81-68
*  Carmi beat Johnston City, 65-53
*  Eldorado beat Fairfield, 74-61
*  Harrisburg beat Murphysboro, 74-43

 

(NEWTON)  in one girls high school basketball game from last night  :
*  Pana defeated Cowden-Herrick / Beecher City, 52-33

 

(OLNEY)  in girls junior high basketball last night – Olney split two against Flora  :
*  the Lady Cubs lost the 8th grade game, 29-40 as the varsity team drops to 5&10 on the year
*  Olney’s top scorer was Lauren Eagleson with 11 points
*  the Lady Cubs won the 7th grade game, 14-13 as the junior varsity improves to 6&7 overall
*  the Olney girls return to action next Tuesday when they host Fairfield at the Middle School

 

(NEWTON)  the IESA Girls 8th Grade State Tournaments begin today with a few area teams taking part  :
Class 2A Quarter-Final  :  19&4 Altamont plays 24&1 Bloomington Holy Trinity at 2:30 this afternoon
Class 3A Quarter-Final  :  24&1 Teutopolis plays 19&3 Auburn Junior High at 1:00 this afternoon
Class 4A Quarter-Final  :  15&9 Mattoon plays 21&1 Normal Kingsley at 11:30 this morning
*  the winners advance to the Semi-Final games this afternoon with the finals next Thursday night

 

(OLNEY)  in boys high school basketball – the 59th annual Conrad Allen Holiday Tournament begins with five games today at the Wayne City High School – the ten team tournament will then continue with three games each night next week, followed by the final three trophy night games a week from tonight – here’s a look at today’s matchups in which nine of the ten teams involved are in action on this Saturday  :
*  Clay City against Patoka at 11:30
*  Grayville plays Zeigler-Royalton at 1:00
*  Patoka against Crab Orchard at 2:30
*  Webber plays Thompsonville at 4:00
*  then Edwards County plays Wayne City at 5:30

 

(OLNEY)  in women’s junior college basketball coming up this afternoon  :
*  the OCC Lady Knights are on the road to Missouri to play nationally-ranked Mineral Area College

 

(NEWTON)  in men’s college basketball coming up later tonight  :
*  the undefeated Fighting Illini play Gonzaga out in Washington State late tonight at 9:00, Illinois time

 


                                         LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  it’s a Christmas Baseball Camp coming up on Saturday morning, December 29th, at the newly opened Britton’s Bullpen, at 1809 Whittle Avenue, in Olney – for ages 6 thru 12 with registration at 8:15, followed by instruction from 9:00 to 12 noon – the fee is at $50 per player – Phil Britton, OCC Baseball Coach Dennis Conley, & the OCC Blue Knights will instruct those taking part on hitting, pitching, catching, fielding, base running, & all the fundamentals of baseball – for more details, call Phil at 618-879-2200

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Fighting Illini basketball tonight on Freedom 92.9 with our pregame show at 8:30 and tipoff at 9:00  :  and it’s the latest in world-wide sports, all day, all night, and all weekend long, on Fox Sports Radio 740 WVLN

 

 

 

December 7, 2012 Local & Area Sports

 

(NEWTON)  in girls high school basketball last night – Olney took two from Newton  :
*  the Lady Tigers won the varsity game, 53-41
*  for Olney – Marley Miller had 14 points, Kelsey Shipman had 13 points, and Makenzie Sechrest had 12
*  for Newton – Morgan Swingler had 12 points and Emily Kerner had 8 points
*  leading rebounders were Olney’s Rachel Wisner and Newton’s Amy Bierman, each with 8 boards
*  while Olney improves to 7&3, now 4&0 in the LIC, Newton is now 7&3 overall and 3&1 in the LIC
*  both teams are back in action next Monday night – Olney will host Flora – Newton at Casey-Westfield
*  Olney also won the junior varsity game, 50-34

 

(OLNEY)  here’s some other area girls high school scores from last night  :
*  Flora beat Lawrenceville, 47-30
*  Cumberland beat Edwards County, 48-38
*  Casey-Westfield beat Oblong, 45-26
*  North Clay beat Dieterich, 43-37
*  Cowden-Herrick / Beecher City beat Effingham St. Anthony, 60-32
*  Brownstown / St. Elmo beat South Central, 49-23
*  Neoga beat Martinsville, 63-35
*  Altamont beat Okaw Valley, 46-31
*  Salem beat Charleston, 56-45
*  Effingham beat Mattoon, 61-33
*  Paris beat Mt. Zion, 43-40

 

(NEWTON)  in boys high school basketball last night  :
*  Cisne beat Clay City in a Midland Trail Conference battle, 55-35

 

(OLNEY)  in boys high school wrestling this week – Olney came from behind to beat Mt. Carmel  :
*  the Wrestling Tigers erased a 17-point deficit to defeat the visiting Golden Aces, 42-41
*  while the Tigers (1&2) won their first meet of the year, Mt. Carmel (4&1) lost its first meet of the year
*  Olney won seven of the fourteen individual matches, four by pins and three by forfeit
*  the Tiger winners were  :  Chris Wood (285)  :  Tim Sturm (170)  :  Jake Schmitt (145)  :  Dalyn Brach (138)  :  Colton Carmody (120)  :  Collin Smith (113)  :  Jacob Cecil (106)
*  the Tiger Wrestlers are back on the mat at Fairfield next Tuesday

 

(NEWTON)  the IESA Girls 7th Grade State Tournaments ended last night – an area team’s result  :
Class 1A @ Normal  :  Sigel St. Michael’s beat Findlay Okaw Valley in the 3rd place game, 25-19
the IESA Girls 8th Grade State Tournaments begin tomorrow morning at the four different sites – area teams taking part include Altamont in Class 2A, Teutopolis in Class 3A, and Mattoon in Class 4A

 

(OLNEY)  in girls junior high basketball last night – Olney St. Joe dropped two games to Carmi  :
*  the Lady Wildcats lost the 8th grade game, 35-50 as the varsity falls to 11&5 on the year
*  St. Joe’s Julie Luna led all scorers with 22 points – Megan Heindselman had 6 rebounds
*  Carmi also won the 7th grade game, 39-23 as the St. Joe junior varsity is now 5&6 on the year
*  the Lady Wildcats will host “8th Grade Night” next Tuesday night against North Clay in Olney

 

(OLNEY)  in boys junior high hoops last night – Olney St. Joe swept two games from Noble  :
*  the St. Joe Wildcats won the 8th grade game in overtime, 56-51 improving to 2&8 on the year
*  St. Joe was led by Connor Zuber with 16 points and Cody Amos with 12 points
*  St. Joe also won the 7th grade game, 43-23 as the junior varsity improves to 9&2 on the year
*  St. Joe returns to JMTC action next Monday night by hosting South Central in Olney

 

(OLNEY)  in Richland County Men’s 4-on-4 Basketball League action last night  :
*  in a battle of the unbeaten teams – Berryville Vineyards beat PAE, 88-86 on two last second free throws
*  The Heels beat The Salukis, 81-53
*  and The Zoolanders beat The Warriors, 79-47
*  it’s back to three more games next Monday night at the Claremont Recreation Center

 

(NEWTON)  it’s back to a full schedule tonight in the Little Illini Conference in boys high school hoops  :
*  the Newton Eagles travel to Albion to play Edwards County
*  the Olney Tigers are on the road again to Bridgeport to battle the Salukis of Red Hill High
*  the Robinson Maroons will be at Cumberland High to take on the Pirates
*  former Casey-Westfield coach Randy Bishop returns to Clark County with his Lawrenceville Indians
*  the Marshall Lions will be in Conley Gym tonight to take on the red hot shooting Flora Wolves
*  and it’s a battle of the cats as Oblong travels to Hutsonville to take on the Hut-Pal Tigers

 


                                         LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  it’s a Christmas Baseball Camp coming up on Saturday morning, December 29th, at the newly opened Britton’s Bullpen, at 1809 Whittle Avenue, in Olney – for ages 6 thru 12 with registration at 8:15, followed by instruction from 9:00 to 12 noon – the fee is at $50 per player – Phil Britton, OCC Baseball Coach Dennis Conley, & the OCC Blue Knights will instruct those taking part on hitting, pitching, catching, fielding, base running, & all the fundamentals of baseball – for more details, call Phil at 618-879-2200

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Olney Tiger basketball tonight on Freedom 92.9 and it’s Newton Eagle basketball tonight on 103.5 “The Eagle” with game times at around 7:30  :  and it’s the latest in world-wide sports, all day, all night, and all weekend long, on Fox Sports Radio 740 WVLN

 

 

 

December 6, 2012 Local & Area Sports

 

(OLNEY)  in men’s junior college basketball last night – OCC defeated Kaskaskia at home  :
*  the Blue Knights won their conference home opener with an overtime victory, 80-74
*  the Blue Knights were led in scoring by John Brown with 25 points and Deonte Houston with 23
*  the OCC men improve to 8&1 on the year, now 2&1 in the Great Rivers Athletic Conference –
*  the Blue Knights are scheduled to return to non-conference play next week at home

 

(OLNEY)  in women’s junior college hoops last night – OCC lost a tough one to Kaskaskia  :
*  the Lady Knights led for much of the game, but ended up losing their home GRAC opener, 73-77
*  despite four ladies in double figures, the Lady Knights fall to 4&6 overall, now 1&2 in the GRAC
*  Sam Beatty had 16 points, Sam Shoulders had 13, and it was Tabitha Thurman & Sam Scott each with 10
*  OCC’s in non-conference play Saturday at nationally-ranked Mineral Area College in Missouri

 

(OLNEY)  here’s some other downstate junior college basketball results from last night  :
*  men’s  :  Vincennes University beat Lake Land, 72-59
*  men’s  :  Wabash Valley beat Southeastern Illinois, 77-68
*  men’s  :  Rend Lake beat Parkland, 69-67
*  women’s  :  Rend Lake beat Shawnee Community College, 68-57

 

(OLNEY)  in boys high school wrestling last night – Olney came from behind to beat Mt. Carmel  :
*  the Tiger Wrestlers overcame a 17-point deficit to beat the visiting Aces, 42-41
*  we’ll have a complete rundown of who did what in our morning sports report tomorrow

 

(NOBLE)  in girls high school basketball last night – Noble / Clay City split a pair at Woodlawn  :
*  the Lady Wildcats lost the varsity game, falling to the host Lady Cardinals, 49-55
*  Erin Taylor led Noble / Clay City with 17 points while Whittney Reynolds added 11 points
*  Noble / Clay City won the junior varsity game, 38-31 in overtime
*  the Lady Wildcats are back in action next Monday at Sandoval in MTC action

 

(NEWTON)  the IESA Girls 8th Grade Basketball Sectionals were last night – here’s the area results  :
Class 1A @ Effingham  :  Maryville Christian beat Effingham St. Anthony, 33-26
Class 2A @ Paris  :  Altamont beat Paris Crestwood, 37-29
Class 3A @ Toledo  :  Teutopolis beat Lawrenceville Parkview, 37-21
Class 4A @ Mahomet  :  Mattoon beat Mahomet-Seymour, 34-31
last night’s winners go straight to their respective State Tournament on Saturday

 

(NEWTON)  the IESA Girls 7th Grade State Tournaments finish up tonight – an area team’s involved  :
Class 1A @ Normal  :  Sigel St. Michael’s will play Findlay Okaw Valley for third place at 6:00

 

(NEWTON)  it’s back to girls high school basketball tonight  :
*  it’s a battle of unbeaten teams in the Little Illini Conference tonight at Newton as the Lady Eagles will host the Olney Lady Tigers in the NCHS Gym – it begins with junior varsity action tonight at 6:15

 


                                         LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  it’s a Christmas Baseball Camp coming up on Saturday morning, December 29th, at the newly opened Britton’s Bullpen, at 1809 Whittle Avenue, in Olney – for ages 6 thru 12 with registration at 8:15, followed by instruction from 9:00 to 12 noon – the fee is at $50 per player – Phil Britton, OCC Baseball Coach Dennis Conley, & the OCC Blue Knights will instruct those taking part on hitting, pitching, catching, fielding, base running, & all the fundamentals of baseball – for more details, call Phil at 618-879-2200

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Olney Lady Tiger basketball tonight on Freedom 92.9 and it’s Newton Lady Eagle basketball tonight on 103.5 “The Eagle” with game time at around 7:30  :  and it’s the latest in world-wide sports, all day, all night, and overnight, on Fox Sports Radio 740 WVLN

 

 

 

December 5, 2012 Local & Area Sports

 

(OLNEY)  in men’s college basketball last night – the Fighting Illini win again  :
*  Illinois remains unbeaten with a 72-64 victory over Western Carolina up at the Assembly Hall
*  the Illini now prepare for a Saturday game against Gonzaga out in Spokane, Washington

 

(NEWTON)  in boys high school hoops last night – Newton won their home openers  :
*  the Eagles beat Cumberland in varsity action, 72-35 improving to 7&0 overall, now 2&0 in the LIC
*  Newton was led by Dylan Davidson and Elijah Knepper with 17 and 14 points respectively
*  Newton also won the junior varsity game, 44-22
*  the Eagles return to LIC action Friday night down at Albion against Edwards County

 
 
(OLNEY)  in boys high school basketball last night – Olney dropped two games at Flora  :
*  the Tigers lost the varsity game to the host Wolves, 28-58
*  while Olney drops to 2&4 overall, now 0&2 in the LIC, Flora improves to 4&0, now 1&0 in the LIC
*  Flora’s sophomore Bryce Pearce led all scorers with 17 points – Olney’s Tate Nohren had 9 points
*  Olney also lost the junior varsity game, 41-71
*  the Tigers are back in Little Illini Conference action Friday night at Bridgeport, against Red Hill

 
(NEWTON)  here’s some other area boys high school basketball scores from last night  :
*  in the Little Illini Conference  :  Robinson beat Red Hill, 69-30
*  Hutsonville-Palestine beat Lawrenceville, 87-64
*  Casey-Westfield beat Marshall, 73-37
*  in the Midland Trail Conference  :  North Clay beat Clay City, 54-46
*  Cisne beat Wayne City, 56-39
*  Waltonville beat Sandoval, 58-29
*  Odin beat Webber, 45-42
*  involving National Trail Conference teams  :  Dieterich beat Neoga, 65-60
*  Effingham St. Anthony over Beecher City, 53-46
*  Altamont beat Windsor, 70-39
*  Cowden-Herrick beat St. Elmo, 52-50
*  Teutopolis beat Salem, 57-52
*  Arcola beat Stewardson-Strasburg, 49-47
*  Harrisburg beat Fairfield, 74-32
*  Carmi beat NCOE, 87-73
*  Mt. Vernon beat Mascoutah, 41-38

 

(OLNEY)  in boys junior high basketball last night – Olney lost two down at Carmi  :
*  the Cubs lost the 8th grade game by three points, 32-35 – varsity is now 5&4 on the year
*  Olney was led by Dalton Mitchell with 8 points and 4 rebounds
*  Olney also lost the 7th grade game, 26-39
*  the 7th grade Cubs play Saturday at the Paris Tournament – 8th graders are at Centralia next Tuesday

 

(OLNEY)  in girls junior high hoops last night – Olney St. Joe took two from New Hope  :
*  the Lady Wildcats won the 8th grade game, 56-45 improving to 11&4 on the year
*  Julie Luna had 16 points and Megan Heindselman had a double/double with 15 points & 10 boards
*  St. Joe also won the 7th grade game, 45-11 as the junior varsity improves to 5&5 on the year
*  the Lady Wildcats are back in action tomorrow night, traveling to Carmi


 
(OLNEY)  in men’s junior college basketball Saturday involving Great Rivers Athletic Conference teams  :
*  Olney Central beat Southeastern Illinois, 83-70
*  Southwestern Illinois beat Wabash Valley, 86-67     
*  Rend Lake beat Lincoln Trail, 95-74
*  Lake Land beat Lewis & Clark, 95-94          
*  Kaskaskia lost to Vincennes University, 51-78
*  John A. Logan lost to Shawnee College, 55-75


                 
 (OLNEY)  in women’s junior college hoops from last Saturday in the Great Rivers Athletic Conference  :
*  Olney Central College beat Southeastern Illinois, 82-74
*  Southwestern Illinois beat Wabash Valley, 56-43
*  Rend Lake beat Lincoln Trail, 88-53          
*  Lake Land beat McKendree University, 79-74
*  Kaskaskia lost to Jefferson College, 60-73
*  John A. Logan beat Shawnee College, 98-54


 
(OLNEY)  here’s the GRAC doubleheaders tonight for men & women – with game times at 5:30 & 7:30  :
*  Olney Central College will host Kaskaskia
*  Southwestern Illinois will host John A. Logan
*  Wabash Valley will host Southeastern Illinois

 
 
(NEWTON)  here’s the junior college matchups involving Region 24 teams tonight  :
*  men  :  Parkland College at Rend Lake  :  Vincennes University at Lake Land
*  women  :  Rend Lake at Shawnee College
*  both men & women  :  Lewis & Clark at Lincoln Trail

 

(NEWTON)  the IESA Girls 8th Grade Basketball Sectionals are tonight – here’s the area matchups  :
Class 1A @ Effingham  :  Effingham St. Anthony (19&4) and Maryville Christian (16&3)
Class 2A @ Paris  :  Paris Crestwood (19&0) and Altamont (18&4)
Class 3A @ Toledo  :  Teutopolis (23&1) and Lawrenceville Parkview (17&3)
Class 4A @ Mahomet  :  Mattoon (14&9) and Mahomet-Seymour (18&4)
tonight’s winners go straight to their respective State Tournament on Saturday

 


                                         LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  it’s a Christmas Baseball Camp coming up on Saturday morning, December 29th, at the newly opened Britton’s Bullpen, at 1809 Whittle Avenue, in Olney – for ages 6 thru 12 with registration at 8:15, followed by instruction from 9:00 to 12 noon – the fee is at $50 per player – Phil Britton, OCC Baseball Coach Dennis Conley, & the OCC Blue Knights will instruct those taking part on hitting, pitching, catching, fielding, base running, & all the fundamentals of baseball – for more details, call Phil at 618-879-2200

 

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(OLNEY)  on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Olney Central College basketball doubleheader action tonight on Freedom 92.9 with the Lady Knights at 5:30 and the Blue Knights at 7:30  :  and it’s the latest in world-wide sports, all day, all night, and overnight, on Fox Sports Radio 740 WVLN in Olney