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A & W Titans Boys Track and Field Results 03-21-19

ANNAWAN-WETHERSFIELD TRACK & FIELD MEET

At Wethersfield Stadium, Thursday March 21, 2019

 

BOYS TEAM SCORES

117  Princeville Princes

102  Annawan-Wethersfield Titan

  97  Ridgewood Spartans

  94  ROWVA Tigers

  46  Abingdon-Avon Tornadoes

  14  Galva Wildcats

 

Boys 100 Meter Dash

 1. Kaynen Bond, A-W, 12.27; 2. Jay Allbright, AB-AV, 12.52; 3. Hunter Boland, 

 PRINC, 12.55; 4. Josh Asher, AB-AV, 12.67; 5. Bryce Ashby, RIDGE, 12.89; 6. 

 Taylor Olson, RIDGE, 13.09; 7. Ben Woods, ROWVA, 13.11; 8. Keigan Rylander, 

 GALVA, 13.73; 9. Paul Pruden, RIDGE, 13.83; 10. Adam Sharp, ROWVA, 13.84; 11. 

 Leighton Woertz, A-W, 13.84; 12. Carson Nodine, RIDGE, 13.93; 13. Skyler 

 Alexander, ROWVA, 14.01; 14. Cameron Pace, RIDGE, 14.01; 15. Cayden Morse, 

 GALVA, 14.43; 16. Austin Peck, A-W, 14.51; 17. Donavon Reynolds, ROWVA, 14.67; 

 18. Matthew Hampton, GALVA, 16.02; 19. Jagr Samuelson, RIDGE, 16.30; 20. 

 Keegan Gibson, ROWVA, 16.55; 21. Julian McClay, ROWVA, 16.94; 22. Dakota 

 Herold, PRINC, 19.27. 

 

Boys 200 Meter Dash:

 1. Jay Allbright, AB-AV, 25.61; 2. Hunter Boland, PRINC, 25.90; 3. Josh Asher, 

 AB-AV, 26.29; 4. Denver Hoerr, PRINC, 26.47; 5. Bryce Ashby, RIDGE, 26.49; 6. 

 Lucas Althaus, RIDGE, 27.19; 7. Blake Shaw, AB-AV, 27.43; 8. Tyler 

 Carlson-Juhl, AB-AV, 27.51; 9. Paul Pruden, RIDGE, 27.91; 10. Taylor Olson, 

 RIDGE, 28.22; 11. Lucas Kessinger, RIDGE, 28.45; 12. Kale Campagna, ROWVA, 

 28.99; 13. Everett Thuline, GALVA, 29.92; 14. Skyler Alexander, ROWVA, 30.64; 

 15. George Lathouris, A-W, 30.75; 16. Jason Li, A-W, 31.46; 17. Zach Merz, 

 ROWVA, 32.54; 18. Masen Hunt, ROWVA, 32.84; 19. Branton Robinson, A-W, 33.42; 

 20. Mark Dennis, ROWVA, 34.07; 21. Keegan Gibson, ROWVA, 37.37. 

 

Boys 400 Meter Dash:

 1. Denver Hoerr, PRINC, 59.26; 2. Lucas Kessinger, RIDGE, 62.06; 3. Benny 

 Melow, RIDGE, 62.45; 4. Luke Pipkins, PRINC, 62.66; 5. Blake Shaw, AB-AV, 

 63.08; 6. Zachary Kulisek, A-W, 64.85; 7. Adam Sharp, ROWVA, 65.01; 8. Tyler 

 Carlson-Juhl, AB-AV, 65.44; 9. Kai Moore, ROWVA, 67.47; 10. Carson Nodine, 

 RIDGE, 68.67; 11. Eric Johnson, A-W, 68.86; 12. Caden Bowers, RIDGE, 69.00; 

 13. Donavon Reynolds, ROWVA, 71.81; 14. Landon Smith, A-W, 72.00; 15. Branton 

 Robinson, A-W, 74.87; 16. Keegan Gibson, ROWVA, 1:26.58. 

 

Boys 800 Meter Run:

 1. Cal Larson, GALVA, 2:26.61; 2. Hunter Stahl, PRINC, 2:26.85; 3. Adam 

 Johnson, ROWVA, 2:30.91; 4. Noah Cokel, PRINC, 2:34.05; 5. Everett Thuline, 

 GALVA, 2:38.97; 6. Jason Li, A-W, 2:48.43; 7. Austin Herrmann, PRINC, 2:49.96; 

 8. Alex Cramer, PRINC, 2:52.14; 9. Dale Weller, ROWVA, 2:56.46; 10. Joe 

 Keever, RIDGE, 2:57.02; 11. Brenden Prine, ROWVA, 3:05.66. 

 

Boys 1600 Meter Run:

 1. Nick Janson, RIDGE, 5:40.46; 2. Nick Miller, PRINC, 5:40.74; 3. Isaac 

 Robinson, ROWVA, 5:51.21; 4. Caden Snyder, PRINC, 5:52.99; 5. Carson Anderson, 

 RIDGE, 6:01.13; 6. Jared Charlet, A-W, 6:26.64. 

 

Boys 3200 Meter Run:

 1. Lorin Peterson, ROWVA, 11:29.99; 2. Nick Miller, PRINC, 11:55.25; 3. Caden 

 Bowers, RIDGE, 12:30.97; 4. Isaac Robinson, ROWVA, 12:34.39; 5. Austin 

 Herrmann, PRINC, 13:08.67; 6. Landon Smith, A-W, 14:13.80. 

 

Boys 110 Meter Hurdles:

 1. Lucas Althaus, RIDGE, 19.31; 2. Jarrett Chayer, A-W, 20.29; 3. Kole Wilmot, 

 ROWVA, 20.71. 

 

Boys 300 Meter Hurdles:

 1. Kole Wilmot, ROWVA, 48.78; 2. John Fisher, A-W, 49.70. 

 

Boys 4x100 Meter Relay:

 1. Princeville Princes (Cody Thole , Carter Johnson , Jack Arnett , Adam 

 Snedden ), 45.76; 2. Ridgewood Spartans 'B' (Carson Nodine , Lucas Kessinger , 

 Lucas Althaus , Cameron Pace ), 49.92; 3. ROWVA Tigers (Seth Johnson , Adam 

 Sharp , Lucas Welch , Ben Woods ), 51.21; 4. Ridgewood Spartans (Keanan Dean , 

 Paul Pruden , Taylor Olson , Bryce Ashby ), 52.85; 5. Princeville Princes 'B' 

 (Grant Hunt , Torence Kieser , Keian Rice , Hunter Boland ), 52.97; 6. ROWVA 

 Tigers 'B' (Koby Edwards , Zach Merz , Mark Dennis , Julian McClay ), 61.13. 

 

Boys 4x200 Meter Relay:

 1. Abingdon-Avon Tornadoes (Jay Allbright , Tyler Carlson-Juhl , Blake Shaw , 

 Josh Asher ), 1:43.31; 2. Annawan-Wethersfield Titans (Jarrett Chayer , Nevin 

 Bolin , Leighton Woertz , Jesse Sandoval ), 1:47.71; 3. ROWVA Tigers (Seth 

 Johnson , Brandon Merz , Lucas Welch , Ben Woods ), 1:48.03; 4. ROWVA Tigers 

 'B' (Kale Campagna , Masen Hunt , Caleb Thorne , Koby Edwards ), 2:04.21. 

 

Boys 4x400 Meter Relay:

 1. Annawan-Wethersfield Titans (John Fisher , Kaynen Bond , Zachary Kulisek , 

 Nevin Bolin ), 4:00.87; 2. Princeville Princes (Grant Hunt , Torence Kieser , 

 Noah Cokel , Briar Hilsabeck ), 4:05.92; 3. Princeville Princes 'B' (Hunter 

 Stahl , Seth Stalter , Luke Pipkins , Caden Snyder ), 4:20.73; 4. 

 Annawan-Wethersfield Titans 'B' (Eric Johnson , Jesse Sandoval , Leighton 

 Woertz , Austin Peck ), 4:29.73. 

 

Boys 4x800 Meter Relay:

 1. Ridgewood Spartans (Jordan Francis , Nick Janson , Benny Melow , Carson 

 Anderson ), 10:03.62; 2. Annawan-Wethersfield Titans (Jared Charlet , John 

 Fisher , Eric Johnson , Zachary Kulisek ), 10:15.76; 3. Princeville Princes 

 (Noah Cokel , Hunter Stahl , Briar Hilsabeck , Denver Hoerr ), 10:44.14; 4. 

 Princeville Princes 'B' (Alex Cramer , Seth Stalter , Luke Pipkins , Caden 

 Snyder ), 11:06.03; 5. ROWVA Tigers (Brenden Prine , Kai Moore , Dale Weller , 

 Layne Clark ), 12:14.30. 

 

Boys High Jump:

 1. Brandon Merz, ROWVA, 6-00; 2. Jesse Sandoval, A-W, 5-08; 3. Josh Asher, 

 AB-AV, 5-06. 

 

Boys Long Jump:

 1. Kaynen Bond, A-W, 19-10.50; 2. Nevin Bolin, A-W, 17-05.50; 3. Bryce Ashby, 

 RIDGE, 17-03; 4. Dean Dearing, PRINC, 17-01; 5. Cayden Morse, GALVA, 16-05; 6. 

 Seth Johnson, ROWVA, 16-00.50; 7. Carson Nodine, RIDGE, 15-07.50; 8. Austin 

 Peck, A-W, 15-03.50; 9. Paul Pruden, RIDGE, 14-10; 10. Skyler Alexander, 

 ROWVA, 13-09; 10. Joe Keever, RIDGE, 13-09. 

 

Boys Triple Jump:

 1. Grant Hunt, PRINC, 37-10.25; 2. Nevin Bolin, A-W, 36-00.25; 3. Lucas 

 Althaus, RIDGE, 34-03; 4. John Fisher, A-W, 32-09; 5. Hunter Stahl, PRINC, 

 31-04; 6. Joe Keever, RIDGE, 31-03; 7. Branton Robinson, A-W, 29-06.75. 

 

Boys Shot Put:

 1. Cade Clark, ROWVA, 37-03.50; 2. Kaynen Bond, A-W, 35-10.50; 3. Andrew 

 Spurgeon, PRINC, 35-10; 4. Keanan Dean, RIDGE, 35-02; 5. Beau Bringolf, RIDGE, 

 30-06; 6. Masen Hunt, ROWVA, 30-03; 7. Michael Fuchs, PRINC, 30-02; 8. Koby 

 Edwards, ROWVA, 29-09.50; 9. Cole Brower, PRINC, 29-06.50; 10. Alex Johnson, 

 RIDGE, 28-08; 11. George Lathouris, A-W, 28-05.50; 12. Austin Herold, PRINC, 

 28-03; 13. Landon Rice, PRINC, 28-02; 14. Will Koss, ROWVA, 27-06.50; 15. 

 Matthew Hampton, GALVA, 27-05.50; 16. Jagr Samuelson, RIDGE, 26-00.50; 17. 

 Tanner Coziahr, RIDGE, 26-00; 18. Mark Dennis, ROWVA, 25-06; 19. Jesse 

 Sandoval, A-W, 25-03.50; 20. Drake Meirhaeghe, RIDGE, 25-03; 21. Noah 

 Seiboldt, ROWVA, 15-06. 

 

Boys Discus Throw:

 1. Keanan Dean, RIDGE, 117-07; 2. Cade Clark, ROWVA, 102-09; 3. Caleb Thorne, 

 ROWVA, 95-06; 4. Trenton Welsh, ROWVA, 93-00; 5. Andrew Spurgeon, PRINC, 

 87-03; 6. Alex Johnson, RIDGE, 79-11; 7. Kale Campagna, ROWVA, 76-08; 8. 

 Michael Fuchs, PRINC, 75-08; 9. Cole Brower, PRINC, 74-08; 10. Austin Herold, 

 PRINC, 73-10; 11. Matthew Hampton, GALVA, 73-03; 12. George Lathouris, A-W, 

 72-00; 13. Julian McClay, ROWVA, 66-06; 14. Zach Merz, ROWVA, 63-07; 15. 

 Cameron Pace, RIDGE, 62-03; 16. Jagr Samuelson, RIDGE, 56-10; 17. Beau 

 Bringolf, RIDGE, 54-04; 18. Landon Rice, PRINC, 50-08.

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A & W Lady Titans Track Results

ANNAWAN-WETHERSFIELD TRACK & FIELD MEET
At Wethersfield Stadium, Thursday March 21, 2019

 

   GIRLS TEAM SCORES
141   Annawan-Wethersfield Titans
132   Princeville Princes
  88   ROWVA Tigers
  80   Ridgewood Spartans
  44   Abingdon-Avon Tornadoes
  17   Galva Wildcats

 

Girls 100 Meter Dash Finals:
 1. Madison Rusk, A-W, 14.60; 2. Kallie Roberson, AB-AV, 14.95; 3. Mary Grace 
 Guthrie, AB-AV, 15.06; 4. Bella Voss, ROWVA, 15.08; 5. Emma Keaton, RIDGE, 
 15.13; 6. Julia Stahl, GALVA, 15.55; 7. Kiley Martin, RIDGE, 15.70; 8. Brianna 
 Olshawsky, PRINC, 15.73; 9. McKenna Whitmer, A-W, 15.99; 10. Olive Woodsmall, 
 ROWVA, 16.34; 11. Cassie Berchtold, PRINC, 16.52; 11. Taylor Lay, A-W, 16.52; 
 13. Khloe Lovin, AB-AV, 16.59; 14. Abigail Twiss, AB-AV, 17.87. 

 

Girls 200 Meter Dash:
 1. Jesenia Horton-Meza, PRINC, 29.31; 2. Taylor Main, ROWVA, 29.97; 3. Ally 
 Celus, A-W, 30.83; 4. Mary Grace Guthrie, AB-AV, 31.13; 5. Emma Keaton, RIDGE, 
 31.98; 6. Mia Voss, ROWVA, 32.04; 7. Trista Dunn, A-W, 32.54; 8. Kallie 
 Roberson, AB-AV, 32.59; 9. Olive Woodsmall, ROWVA, 35.27; 10. Aleesha Jones, 
 ROWVA, 36.22; 11. Cassie Berchtold, PRINC, 36.42; 12. Khloe Lovin, AB-AV, 
 36.63; 13. Morgan Spence, ROWVA, 40.33. 

 

Girls 400 Meter Dash:
 1. Bella Voss, ROWVA, 71.98; 2. Ally Celus, A-W, 73.01; 3. Caitlyn Thole, 
 PRINC, 76.24; 4. Natalie Kern, AB-AV, 76.37; 5. Cassie Berchtold, PRINC, 
 1:25.47; 6. Clara Jape, A-W, 1:28.80; 7. Alex Watt, RIDGE, 1:30.21; 8. Morgan 
 Spence, ROWVA, 1:30.34. 

 

Girls 800 Meter Run:
 1. Crystal Musgrave, A-W, 2:43.12; 2. Rachel Gomez, A-W, 2:47.53; 3. Natalie 
 Giffin, PRINC, 2:49.11; 4. Ashleigh Brawley, PRINC, 2:56.48; 5. Lauren 
 Anderson, RIDGE, 2:57.55; 6. Natalie Kern, AB-AV, 2:58.57; 7. Tobi Olson, 
 RIDGE, 3:26.58; 8. Kaitlyn Courtright, ROWVA, 3:37.05; 9. Summer Moore, RIDGE, 
 3:40.58. 

 

Girls 1600 Meter Run:
 1. Whitney Johnson, A-W, 6:15.69; 2. Sorin Hilsabeck, PRINC, 6:32.46; 3. Paige 
 Horrie, A-W, 6:40.66; 4. Lauren Anderson, RIDGE, 6:42.88; 5. Villy Apland, 
 RIDGE, 6:54.25; 6. Mollie Bennett, RIDGE, 7:21.54; 7. Amber Brawley, PRINC, 
 7:21.65. 

 

Girls 3200 Meter Run:
 1. Sorin Hilsabeck, PRINC, 13:45.01; 2. Rachel Cook, A-W, 15:31.28; 3. Cassie 
 Mayer, RIDGE, 17:30.64; 4. Abigail Lee, ROWVA, 18:41.00; 5. Riley DeMay, A-W, 
 19:20.88. 

 

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles:
 1. Carrie Gill, PRINC, 18.08; 2. Kallie Roberson, AB-AV, 18.93; 3. Grace 
 Dearing, PRINC, 19.70; 4. Anna Paul, RIDGE, 19.84; 5. Tressa Rodgers, GALVA, 
 19.92; 6. Kristin Sierens, A-W, 20.75; 7. Aleesha Jones, ROWVA, 20.94; 8. 
 Kaitlyn Courtright, ROWVA, 22.62; 9. Jules Heberer, A-W, 23.25. 

 

Girls 300 Meter Hurdles:
 1. Carrie Gill, PRINC, 54.54; 2. Kristin Sierens, A-W, 58.76; 3. Dana Clarke, 
 ROWVA, 61.35; 4. Aleesha Jones, ROWVA, 69.26; 5. Kaitlyn Courtright, ROWVA, 
 74.37; 6. Jules Heberer, A-W, 1:26.18. 

 

Girls 4x100 Meter Relay:
 1. Princeville Princes (Hope Hogsett , Carrie Gill , Grace Dearing , Jesenia 
 Horton-Meza ), 54.58; 2. Ridgewood Spartans (Taylor Sall , Jenna Stromquist , 
 Kiley Martin , Anna Paul ), 55.09; 3. ROWVA Tigers (Mia Voss , Emily Short , 
 Hannah Parkinson , Taylor Main ), 56.86; 4. Galva Wildcats (Taylor Warner , 
 Lexi Morse , Julia Stahl , Tressa Rodgers ), 58.23; 5. Annawan-Wethersfield 
 Titans (Taylor Lay , Ally Celus , McKenna Whitmer , Madison Rusk ), 61.03. 

 

Girls 4x200 Meter Relay:
 1. Princeville Princes (Hope Hogsett , Carrie Gill , Grace Dearing , Jesenia 
 Horton-Meza ), 1:58.75; 2. Ridgewood Spartans (Taylor Sall , Jenna Stromquist 
 , Anna Paul , Kalynn Johnson ), 1:59.03; 3. ROWVA Tigers (Mia Voss , Dana 
 Clarke , Hannah Parkinson , Taylor Main ), 2:02.43; 4. Annawan-Wethersfield 
 Titans (Taylor Lay , Emily Miller , McKenna Whitmer , Madison Rusk ), 2:05.08; 
 5. Annawan-Wethersfield Titans 'B' (Trista Dunn , Rheagan Bos , Cassidy Miller 
 , Kristin Sierens ), 2:09.54. 

 

Girls 4x400 Meter Relay:
 1. Annawan-Wethersfield Titans (Rachel Gomez , Paige Horrie , Crystal Musgrave 
 , Whitney Johnson ), 4:45.71; 2. Princeville Princes (Hope Hogsett , Natalie 
 Giffin , Caitlyn Thole , Jesenia Horton-Meza ), 4:51.62; 3. ROWVA Tigers 
 (Hannah Parkinson , Dana Clarke , Bella Voss , Emily Short ), 4:59.61; 4. 
 Ridgewood Spartans (Jenna Stromquist , Taylor Sall , Kalynn Johnson , Maddie 
 Nuckles ), 5:19.67. 

 

Girls 4x800 Meter Relay:
 1. Annawan-Wethersfield Titans (Rachel Gomez , Paige Horrie , Whitney Johnson 
 , Crystal Musgrave ), 11:15.78; 2. Princeville Princes (Natalie Giffin , 
 Ashleigh Brawley , Amber Brawley , Caitlyn Thole ), 12:06.60. 


Girls High Jump:
 1. Kalynn Johnson, RIDGE, 5-00; 2. Lauren Anderson, RIDGE, J5-00; 3. Emily 
 Short, ROWVA, 4-10; 4. Emily Miller, A-W, J4-10; 5. Dana Clarke, ROWVA, J4-10; 
 6. Rheagan Bos, A-W, 4-08; 7. Samarea Hines, A-W, 4-02. 

 

Girls Long Jump:
 1. Jenna Stromquist, RIDGE, 15-08; 2. Grace Dearing, PRINC, 14-05; 3. Lexi 
 Morse, GALVA, 14-03; 4. Tressa Rodgers, GALVA, 14-01.50; 5. Madison Rusk, A-W, 
 14-01; 6. Mia Voss, ROWVA, 13-10; 7. Kallie Roberson, AB-AV, 13-09.50; 8. 
 Kiley Martin, RIDGE, 12-04; 9. Summer Moore, RIDGE, 12-02; 10. Taylor Warner, 
 GALVA, 12-01.50; 11. Kaitlyn Whitte, A-W, 11-11; 12. Emily Sperry, ROWVA, 
 11-06.50. 

 

Girls Triple Jump:
 1. Kalynn Johnson, RIDGE, 33-02; 2. Hope Hogsett, PRINC, 31-01; 3. Sydney 
 Lambert, A-W, 28-11; 4. Trista Dunn, A-W, 27-08; 5. Taylor Lay, A-W, 27-03. 

 

Girls Shot Put:
 1. Cassidy Miller, A-W, 33-01; 2. Lexie Little, ROWVA, 32-06; 3. Emily Wilson, 
 AB-AV, 32-04.50; 4. Ali Cain, ROWVA, 30-10; 5. Ashleigh Brawley, PRINC, 28-08; 
 6. Mary Grace Guthrie, AB-AV, 28-02; 7. Brody Garcia, A-W, 27-06; 8. Gabi 
 Robinson, A-W, 26-11; 9. Emily Miller, A-W, 26-06; 10. Kaitlyn Whitte, A-W, 
 25-09.50; 11. Anna Paul, RIDGE, 25-08; 12. Faith Erlacher, ROWVA, 25-05; 13. 
 Samarea Hines, A-W, 25-03.50; 14. Halee Hendel, AB-AV, 24-01; 15. Julia Stahl, 
 GALVA, 24-00; 16. Natalie Stanfield, ROWVA, 23-04; 17. Madison Walker, ROWVA, 
 22-02; 18. Amber Brawley, PRINC, 21-06; 19. Annalynn Lovell, ROWVA, 20-00. 

 

Girls Discus Throw:
 1. Lexie Little, ROWVA, 80-06; 2. Gabi Robinson, A-W, 75-09; 3. Halee Hendel, 
 AB-AV, 73-05; 4. Ashleigh Brawley, PRINC, 70-06; 5. Ali Cain, ROWVA, 67-07; 6. 
 Amber Brawley, PRINC, 66-00; 7. Brody Garcia, A-W, 65-07; 8. Julia Stahl, 
 GALVA, 63-00; 9. Brookelyn Smith, A-W, 58-09; 10. Destinee Jaquez, A-W, 57-05; 
 11. Annalynn Lovell, ROWVA, 56-07; 12. Madison Walker, ROWVA, 54-09; 13. 
 Natalie Stanfield, ROWVA, 52-05; 14. Faith Erlacher, ROWVA, 50-09; 15. Samarea 
 Hines, A-W, 49-08; 15. Jules Heberer, A-W, 49-08.

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Local Sports Now Noon Hour Sports Show Wednesday, March 20th

Today on the LocalSportsNow.com Noon Hour Sports Show, Sean Kernan sat in for Bob McKee and talked with Brandon Lang the Greatest Living Handicapper. Brandon is a sports gambling guru and he joined LSN to talk about the NCAA Tournament and offer a few tips on picks for the NCAA Tournament as well as a look at the future of sports gambling. 

 

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Local Sports Now Noon Hour Sports Show Tuesday, March 19th

Today on the LocalSportsNow.com Noon Hour Sports Show, Sean Kernan sat in for Bob McKee and talked NCAA Tournament Basketball. Sean desperately wants to beat his brother in their NCAA Tourney brackets and he had a few ideas for how to do that. Sean also talked about and defended Mike Trout's insane, $400+million dollar contract with the Angels. Download or Stream below... 

 

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Local Sports Now Noon Hour Sports Show Monday, March 17th

On the LocalSportsNow.com Noon Hour Sports Show, Sean Kernan was in for Bob McKee and talked about Chicago Cubs Baseball with the Host of the Ivy Envy Podcast, Corey Fineran... 

 

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Local Sports Now.com for Friday, March 15

The boys 3A and 4A state basketball teams leads off today's report

 

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3A/4A Basketball All State Announced

Here is the Illinois Associated Press Class 3A and Class 4A All-State boys' basketball teams as voted on by a statewide panel of sports writers and broadcasters and compiled by Steve Tappa of The Moline Dispatch and The Rock Island Argus. Players received five points for a first-team vote and three points for a second-team vote. Each voter picked a five-player first team and five-player second team in each class. A player must have been named on two ballots to receive honorable mention. There were 22 voters in each class. All media members in the state were eligible to nominate and vote for players. Nobody earned unanimous selection in either class.


 

CLASS 3A FIRST TEAM

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Terrance Hargrove, East St. Louis (6-7, Sr., F) 95

Adam Miller, Chicago Morgan Park (6-4, Jr., G) 93

Rashaun Agee, Chicago Bogan (6-8, Sr., C) 87

Perry Cowan, Chicago DePaul Prep (6-4, Sr., G) 76

Terrion Murdix, Springfield Southeast (6-3, Sr., G)74


 

CLASS 3A SECOND TEAM

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Isaiah Rivera, Geneseo (6-5, Jr., SF) 62

Jeremiah Hernandez, Arlington Heights St. Viator (6-4, Sr., G) 39

Patrick Mayfield, Burlington Central (6-5, Sr., G) 35

Zach Toussaint, Johnsburg (6-0, Sr., G) 33

Landon Wolfe, Effingham (6-5, Sr., F) 32


 

CLASS 3A HONORABLE MENTION (22 TOTAL; IN ORDER OF POINTS)

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Rolando "Pee Wee" Brown, Peoria Manual (6-2, Jr., G) 30; Jeremiah Williams, Burbank St. Laurence (6-4, Jr., G) 21; Marcus Watson Jr., Chicago Morgan Park (6-1, Jr., PG) 16; Johnny Beck, Rochelle (6-8, Sr., F) 12; Aaron Strong, Chicago Farragut (6-2, Sr., G) 12; Beau Bailey, Dixon (6-3, Sr., G) 11; Kaden Froebe, Lincoln (6-2, Jr., G) 11; Jermaine Hamlin, Lincoln (6-10, Sr., F) 11; Cortez Mosley, Peoria Richwoods (6-5, Sr., F) 11; Connor Dillon, Peoria Notre Dame (6-2, Jr., G) 9; Jeff Jankowski, Richmond-Burton (6-1, Sr., F) 9; Nate Torres, Normal U-High (6-4, Sr., F) 9; Darion Binion, Kankakee (6-0, Sr., G) 8; Jordan Booker, Chicago Bogan (5-9, Sr., G) 8; Nick Broeker, Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin (6-5, Sr., F) 8; Cade Nailor, Rock Falls (6-3, Sr., G/F) 8; Barik Olden, Morton (6-6, Sr., G) 8; Kavon Russell, Kewanee (6-2, Jr., G) 8; Treyvon Calvin, Arlington Heights St. Viator (6-0, Sr., PG) 6; Jackson Connor, Marion (6-5, Jr., G-F) 6; Austin Pullara, Coal City (6-2, Jr., G) 6; Khailieo Terry, Champaign Central (6-3, Soph., G) 6.

 

-- NOTE: Also receiving a single vote (thus not receiving honorable mention): Wyatt Hill, Ottawa, 5; Jacquan Binion, Kankakee, 3; Jarrett Crider, Morton, 3; Dakota Deverteuil, Ottawa, 3; Drew Ringel, Herrin, 3; Aidan Shore, Sterling, 3.

 

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CLASS 4A FIRST TEAM

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

E.J. Liddell, Belleville West (6-7, Sr., F) 85

DaJuan Gordon, Chicago Curie (6-4, Sr., F) 83

D.J. Steward, Chicago Whitney Young (6-4, Jr., G) 67

Deonte Billups, Moline (6-4, Sr., SG) 66

Max Christie, Rolling Meadows (6-7, Soph., G) 59


 

CLASS 4A SECOND TEAM

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Marquise Kennedy, Chicago Brother Rice (6-1, Sr., G) 57

Antonio Reeves, Chicago Simeon (6-4, Sr., G) 43

Sincere Parker, Rockford East (6-4, Jr., SG) 40

RayJ Dennis, Oswego East (6-2, Sr., G) 36

Lance Jones, Evanston (6-2, Sr., G) 36


 

CLASS 4A HONORABLE MENTION (21 TOTAL; IN ORDER OF POINTS)

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Bryant Brown, Waukegan (6-4, Sr., F) 32; Ray’Sean Taylor, Collinsville (6-1, Jr., G) 29; Tom Welch, Naperville North (6-8, Sr., F) 27; Donovan Clay, Alton (6-7, Sr., G) 24; Sean Houpt, Danville (6-4, Sr., G) 23; Ahron Ulis, Chicago Heights Marian (6-1, Jr., G) 22; C.J. Wilbourn, Normal Community (6-7, Sr., F) 22; Evan Taylor, Glenbard West (6-6, Sr., G/F) 17; Chris Burnell, Rockford East (6-3, Sr., PG) 12; Keenon Cole, Streamwood (6-2, Sr., SF) 12; Jack McDonald, Geneva (5-11, Sr., PG) 12; Joseph Yesufu, Bolingbrook (6-0, Sr., PG) 11; Tevin Smith, Danville (6-4, Soph., G/F) 9; Caleb Donaldson, Bloomington (6-5, Sr., G) 8; Nate Ferguson, Lemont (6-7, Sr., F) 8; Bryce Hopkins, Oak Park Fenwick (6-5, Soph., G) 8; JaMir Price, Rock Island (6-2, Sr., PG) 8; Beau Frericks, Cary-Grove (6-1, Jr., G) 6; Vincent Miszkiewicz, South Elgin (6-7, Sr., F) 6; Kendrick Tchoua, Lisle Benet (6-6, Sr., F) 6; Alex Timmerman, Crystal Lake Central (6-9, Sr., C) 6.

 

-- NOTE: Also receiving a single vote (thus not receiving honorable mention): None.

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Local Sports Now.com for Thursday, March 14

Russ Hughes joins Bob McKee for discussion about the Lincoln Trail Conference and major league baseball proposed changes

 

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IESA 8th Grade State Volleyball Tournaments Begin Friday, March 15

 

2019 Eighth Grade Volleyball State Tournaments Begin Friday

 

For the 13th time in Illinois Elementary School Association (IESA) history four champions will be crowned in the eighth grade girls volleyball state tournament series. Competition in the Class 1A, 2A, 3A and 4A state final tournaments begins Friday (March 15) and concludes Saturday (March 16) at four sites.

 

Class 1A will be played at Pana High School; Class 2A will be played at Auburn High School; Tolono Unity Junior High School will be the site of Class 3A; and Mt. Zion High School will host Class 4A.

 

The time schedule for all four tournaments will be the same for all four classes. There will be four quarterfinal matches that will be played on Friday starting at 4:30 p.m. The two semifinal matches will then be held on Saturday starting at 11:00 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Third place and championship matches will also be played on Saturday with the third place match set for 2:00 p.m. and the championship match scheduled for 3:15 p.m.

 

Any changes in the playing status of each of the four tournaments will be posted on the IESA website and scores will be updated throughout the day at www.iesa.org as each tournament progresses.  

 

The price of admission Friday is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for seniors (62 and over) and students (K-8) and is good for all games Friday.  Children younger than kindergarten are admitted free. The price of admission for all day on Saturday for the semifinals and the third place and championship games will be $7.00 for adults and $3.00 for seniors and students (K-8).  Children younger than kindergarten again are admitted free. Fans attending the games Saturday will receive a wristband that is to be worn all day and will be used for entry into that respective state final site only throughout the day.  It will not be honored at any other 8th grade state final site.

 

IESA Girls Volleyball began in 1976.  There was one-class competition from 1976-84 and in 1985, the state series was divided into Class A and Class AA by school size. From 1989-2006, there were two classes at the state series for both seventh grade and eighth grade.  Beginning in 2007, the seventh and eighth grade series were divided into four classes.

 

Complete pairings for each state final, plus the FanZone, can be found at www.iesa.org.  Click on the Volleyball link at the top of the IESA website home page.

 

Here is a look at the schedule for each of the 8th grade state final tournaments:

 

Class 1A @ Pana High School

Friday, March 15

Match 1 4:30 p.m.       Peoria Limestone Walters (15-5) vs. Morrisonville JHS (20-2)

Match 2 5:45 p.m.       Findlay Okaw Valley (16-3) vs. Pontiac St. Maryâ?Ts (23-1)

Match 3 7:00 p.m.       Hartsburg-Emden (18-2) vs. Lincoln West Lincoln-Broadwell (18-3)

Match 4 8:15 p.m.       Ottawa Marquette (20-1) vs. Royal Prairieview Ogden (18-7)

 

Saturday, March 16

Match 5 11:00 a.m.      Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match 2

Match 6 12:15 p.m.      Winner Match 3 vs. Winner Match 4

Match 7 2:00 p.m.       Loser Match 5 vs. Loser Match 6 (Third Place)

Match 8 3:15 p.m.       Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 6 (Championship)

 

Class 2A @ Auburn High School

Friday, March 15

Match 1 4:30 p.m.       Mendon Unity (16-6) vs. Lexington (17-4)

Match 2 5:45 p.m.       Mt. Pulaski (23-4) vs. Raymond Lincolnwood (17-2)

Match 3 7:00 p.m.       Effingham St. Anthony (17-8) vs. Peoria Heights St. Thomas (14-3)

Match 4 8:15 p.m.       Gardner (19-3) vs. Kewanee Wethersfield (20-0)

 

Saturday, March 16

Match 5 11:00 a.m.      Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match 2

Match 6 12:15 p.m.      Winner Match 3 vs. Winner Match 4

Match 7 2:00 p.m.       Loser Match 5 vs. Loser Match 6 (Third Place)

Match 8 3:15 p.m.       Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 6 (Championship)

 

Class 3A @ Tolono Unity Junior High School

Friday, March 15

Match 1 4:30 p.m.       Downs Tri-Valley (21-2) vs. Staunton (24-2)

Match 2 5:45 p.m.       St. Joseph (19-3) vs. Quincy St. Peter (17-0)

Match 3 7:00 p.m.       Beecher (18-3) vs. Shelbyville Mouton (22-2)

Match 4 8:15 p.m.       Mossville (24-0) vs. Eureka (21-5)

 

Saturday, March 16

Match 5 11:00 a.m.      Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match 2

Match 6 12:15 p.m.      Winner Match 3 vs. Winner Match 4

Match 7 2:00 p.m.       Loser Match 5 vs. Loser Match 6 (Third Place)

Match 8 3:15 p.m.       Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 6 (Championship)

 

Class 4A @ Mt. Zion High School

Friday, March 15

Match 1 4:30 p.m.       Champaign Edison (25-2) vs. Coal City (17-2)

Match 2 5:45 p.m.       Flossmoor Parker (17-3) vs. Frankfort Hickory Creek (20-0)

Match 3 7:00 p.m.       Roxana (23-0) vs. Vernon Hills Hawthorn South (15-0)

Match 4 8:15 p.m.       Macomb (17-2) vs. Normal Kingsley (26-0)

 

Saturday, March 16

Match 5 11:00 a.m.      Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match 2

Match 6 12:15 p.m.      Winner Match 3 vs. Winner Match 4

Match 7 2:00 p.m.       Loser Match 5 vs. Loser Match 6 (Third Place)

Match 8 3:15 p.m.       Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 6 (Championship)



 

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Local Sports Now.com for Wednesday, March 13

Boys 3A and 4A Super-Sectionals highlight today's program

 

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Boys Basketball All Academic LTC 2018-19

 

 

All-Academic LTC 2018-19

   

Annawan

Rowva-Williamsfield

Carson Osborne- Sr.

Tucker Sams

Zac VanOpdorp- Sr.

Lorin Peterson

Julian Samuels- Jr.

Harrison Wight

Ryan Goodman- Jr.

Payton Haynes

Austin Earley- Jr.

Connor McQueen

Josh Sims- Jr.

Stark County

Isaac Shaw- Jr.

Payton Browning

Reece Gripp- So.

Patrick Crowley

Galva

Riley Down

Raige Ballard

Brendan Gibler

Gunner Spivey

Ryan Murphy

Parker Taylor

Minh Nguyen

Colby Peterson

Raiden Porter

Mercer County

Dane Williams

Trey Essig

United

Tristan Essig

David (DJ) Dutton

Jeff Garrett

Avery Leffler

Cade Sharp

Cade Whitsitt

Seth Crawley

Evan Wynne

Damian Martinez

Jackson Bergren

Ryan Rillie

Drew Brown

Robbie Holtschlag

Declan Flynn

 

Princeville

Jacob Dutton

Matthew Butterfield

Cormaic Flynn

Adam Snedden

Nolan Leffler

Cody Thole

Adam Cox

Jack Arnett

Nathan Clark

Justin Janssen

Brannock McVey

Finley Crear

Adam Johnson

Landon Rice

West Central

Ridgewood

Max Carnes

Ganon Greenman

Braden Annegers

Mitchell Brooks

Nathan Bigger

Keanan Dean

Wethersfield

Lucas Althaus

Ben Smith

Logan Nodine

Tyler Nichols

Jordon Francis

Kale Nelson

Alex Johnson

Isaac Frank

 

Isaiah Franklin

 

Tevin Baker

 

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Local Sports Now.com for Monday, March 11

The Wethersfield 7th grade girls 3rd place finish at state in volleyball highlights todays program

 

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AP 1A/2A Boys All State Teams Announced

Here is the Illinois Associated Press Class 1A and Class 2A All-State boys' basketball teams as voted on by a statewide panel of sports writers and broadcasters and compiled by Steve Tappa of The Moline Dispatch and The Rock Island Argus. Players received five points for a first-team vote and three points for a second-team vote. Each voter picked a five-player first team and five-player second team in each class. A player must have been named on two ballots to receive honorable mention. There were 27 voters in each class. All media members in the state were eligible to nominate and vote for players. Nobody earned unanimous selection in either class.


 

CLASS 1A FIRST TEAM

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Connor Heaton, Moweaqua Central A&M (6-5, Jr., G) 106

Christian Stadeli, Cissna Park (6-7, Sr., C) 98

Tyriel Nelson, Providence St. Mel (6-2, Sr., G) 83

Coltin Quagliano, Kewanee Wethersfield (5-10, Soph., G) 72

EEmmitt Gordon III, Madison (6-3, Sr., G) 68


 

CLASS 1A SECOND TEAM

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Tyler Winchester, Sesser-Valier (6-2, Sr., G) 51

Jack Snook, Ottawa Marquette (6-1, Sr., G) 49

Deion Jackson, Providence St. Mel (6-3, Sr., G) 48

DeMarcus Williams, Chicago Collins (5-9, Sr., G) 44

Garrett Snow, Triopia (6-3, Sr., F) 37


 

CLASS 1A HONORABLE MENTION (24 TOTAL; IN ORDER OF POINTS)

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Payton Heller, East Dubuque (6-4, Sr., F) 36; Jeremy Durdan, Flanagan-Cornell (6-3, Sr., F) 35; Jaquan Embrey, Chicago Collins (5-8, Sr., G) 28; Charlie McKinty, Elmwood (6-3, Sr., G) 26; Carter Sabol, Nokomis (6-8, Jr., F) 26; Noah Franklin, Cobden (6-5, Soph., F) 25; Blake McKay, Woodlawn (6-2, Jr., G) 25; Layne Boyer, East Dubuque (6-4, Sr., G) 24; Philip Coulter, Champaign Judah Christian (6-3, Sr., G) 22; Cole Howard, Winchester West Central (6-5, Jr., C) 21; Will Aubel, Okawville (6-4, Sr., F/G) 17; Taeyon Neal, Providence St. Mel (6-10, Sr., C) 17; Shawn Bell, Triopia (6-0, Sr., SF) 16; Mekhi Lunford, Yorkville Christian (6-4, Jr., G) 14; Aquntez Penn, Elverado (5-11, Sr., G) 14; Cam Scott, Illini Bluffs (6-1, Sr., G) 9; Tim Ervin II, Providence St. Mel (5-6, Sr., PG) 8; Parker Magee, Lena-Winslow (6-4, Sr., F) 8; Brett Myre, Newark (6-3, Sr., G) 8; Jaden Schutt, Yorkville Christian (6-4, Fr., G) 8; Nathan Wozniak, Gardner-South Wilmington (5-9, Sr., G) 8; Lane Ippensen, Camp Point Central (6-5, Sr., F) 6; Tyson Kessler, Thompsonville (5-11, Sr., G) 6; Nick Perry, LeRoy (6-0, Sr., G) 6.


 

-- NOTE: Also receiving a single vote (thus not receiving honorable mention):Zach Thompson, Triopia; Eric Jordan, Providence St. Mel; Gabe Cox, Winchester West Central.

 

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CLASS 2A FIRST TEAM

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Devon House, Sterling Newman (6-8, Jr., PF) 87

Fred Cleveland Jr., Chicago Leo (5-10, Sr., G) 86

Malcolm Miller, Shelbyville (6-4, Sr., G) 73

DaChaun Anderson, Chicago Leo (6-7, Sr., F) 72

Markese Jacobs, Chicago Uplift (6-0, Sr., G) 62


 

CLASS 2A SECOND TEAM

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Dhashon Dyson, Chicago Corliss (6-1, Sr., SG) 57

Bryce Bultman, Nashville (6-5, Sr., F) 48

Ryland Holt, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley (6-5, Sr., F) 43

Dawson Smith, Teutopolis (6-6, Sr., F/G) 43

Tujautae Williams, Chicago Orr (6-6, Sr.,G) 38


 

CLASS 2A HONORABLE MENTION (29 TOTAL; IN ORDER OF POINTS)

NAME, SCHOOL (HT., YR., POS.) POINTS

 

Kale Barnett, Bureau Valley (6-1, Sr., PG) 36; Drake Hammel, West Hancock (6-4, Jr., G/F) 33; Luke Yoder, Bloomington Central Catholic (6-0, Sr., G) 32; Bryce Barnes, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley (6-3, Sr., G/F) 31; Keegan Zimmerman, Eureka (6-8, Sr., F) 30; Will Wolfe, Aurora Christian (6-7, Jr., G) 29; Sherif Kenney, Chicago Orr (6-4, Sr., SG) 28; Keith Kiner III, Chester (6-5, Sr., F) 25; Lamarius Lillard, Momence (6-8, Sr., F) 19; Anthony Eddy, Byron (6-2, Sr., G) 17; Luke Richards, Casey-Westfield (6-6, Sr., C) 17; Levi Scheuermann, Deer Creek-Mackinaw (6-2, Sr., G) 17; Riley Morris, Champaign St. Thomas More (6-0, Sr., G) 14; Jack Weber, El Paso-Gridley (6-6, Jr., F) 13; Carson Parker, Nashville (6-5, Jr., F) 11; Tyrese Scurlock, Chicago Dunbar (6-6, Sr., F) 11; Clint Weber, Teutopolis (6-7, Sr., F) 10; Gavin Alston, Chicago Dunbar (6-4, Sr., G/F) 9; Brian Estes, Fairfield (6-6, Sr., F-C) 9; Jaccob Dust, Effingham St. Anthony (6-7, Jr., F) 8; Josh Hammer, Erie-Prophetstown (6-2, Sr., G) 8; Josh Johnson, Orion (5-11, Jr., G) 8; Tommy Nelson, Bloomington Central Catholic (6-5, Sr., F) 8; Nate Brede, Wesclin (6-9, Sr., C) 6; Marcus Hill, Rockford Christian (6-0, Jr., G) 6; Drew Reifsteck, Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin (5-9, Jr., G) 6; Leondre Townsen, Chicago Corliss (6-6, Sr., SF) 6; Trey Woolsey, Oregon (6-4, Jr., F) 6; Dawson Yates, Pinckneyville (6-2, Jr., G) 6.


 

-- NOTE: Also receiving a single vote (thus not receiving honorable mention): Ishmael Martin, Chicago Dunbar; Jack Armstrong, Pana; Joel Niermann, Pleasant Plains; Mason Muller, PORTA/A-C Central.

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Local Sports Now.com for Friday, March 8

The Wethersfield 8th grade girls volleyball regional championship highlights todays discussion

 

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2A 1st Team IBCA All State

Player School Class Position
Markese Jacobs Uplift Senior Guard
Bryce Barnes Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley Senior Forward
Luke Yoder Bloomington Central Cath Senior Guard
Devon House Sterling Newman Junior Forward
Will Wolfe Aurora Christian Junior Forward
Bryce Bultmann Nashville Senior Forward
Sherif Kenney Orr Senior Forward
Tujuantee Williams Orr Senior Forward
Fred Cleveland Leo Senior Forward
Rylan Holt Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley Senior Forward
       

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1A 1st Team IBCA All State Team

2018-2019 1A 1st Team IBCA All-State 1st team  
Player School Class Position
Tyriel Nelson Providence St. Mel Senior Guard
Deion Jackson Providence St. Mel Senior Guard
Taeyon Neal Providence St. Mel Senior Center
Chritian Stadeli Cissna Park Senior Center
Coltin Quagliano Wethersfield Sophomore Guard
Colton Schutt Yorkville Christian Senior Guard
Tyler Winchester Sesser-Valier Senior Guard
Charlie McKinty Elmwood Senior Guard
Connor Heaton Central A&M Junior Guard
Payton Heller East Dubuque Senior Forward
       

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Local Sports Now.com for Thursday, March 7

The Wethersfield girls 8th grade volleyball team goes for a Regional Championship tonight and the Wethersfield girls 7th grade volleyball team at state on Friday highlights today program

 

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2018-19 Boys LTC All Conference

The 2018-19 Boys LTC All Conference Teams have been announced.

 

1st Team  

 

Coltin Quagliano So. Wethersfield

Rashaun King Jr. Mercer County

Justin Janssen Sr. Princeville

Tucker Sams Sr. Rowva/Williamsfield

Julian Samuels  Jr. Annawan

Isaac Frank Sr. Wethersfield

Ganon Greenman So. Ridgewood

Bradon Annegers Sr. West Central

Gunner Spivey Sr. Galva

Adam Johnson Sr. United    

 

2nd Team

 

Cody Thole Jr. Princeville

Cade Sharp Jr. Mercer County

Drake VanHyfte Jr. Annawan

Cole Daily So. Princeville

Mitchell Brooks So. Ridgewood

Brady Kelly So. Wethersfield

Nathan Bigger Jr. West Central

Trey Essig Jr. Mercer County

Tristan Rogers Jr. Galva

Evan Wynne Jr. United

Tyler Nichols Sr. Wethersfield

 

Honorable Mention

 

Ryan Murphy So. Stark County

Ryan Goodman Jr. Annawan

Adam Snedden Sr. Princeville

Dylan Thurston Sr. Annawan

Declan Flynn So. United     

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Local Sports Now.com for Wednesday, March 6

Tom Schroeder from the Dispatch/Argus joins Bob McKee for a variety of sports topics

 

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2019 Seventh Grade Volleyball State Tournaments Begin Friday


     

 

For the 13th time in Illinois Elementary School Association (IESA) history four champions will be crowned in the seventh grade girls volleyball state tournament series. Competition in the Class 1A, 2A, 3A and 4A state final tournaments begins Friday (March 8) and concludes Saturday (March 9) at four sites.

 

Class 1A will be played at Lexington High School; Class 2A will be played at Pawnee JHS/HS; Decatur Lutheran School Association will be the site of Class 3A; and Normal Kingsley will host Class 4A.

 

The time schedule for all four tournaments will be the same.  There will be four quarterfinal matches that will be played on Friday starting at 4:30 p.m. The two semifinal matches will then be held on Saturday starting at 11:00 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Third place and championship matches will also be played on Saturday with the third place match set for 2:00 p.m. and the championship match scheduled for 3:15 p.m.

 

Any changes in the playing status of each of the four tournaments will be posted on the IESA website and scores will be updated throughout the day at www.iesa.org as each tournament progresses.  

 

The price of admission Friday is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for seniors (62 and over) and students (K-8) and is good for all games Friday.  Children younger than kindergarten are admitted free. The price of admission for all day on Saturday for the semifinals and the third place and championship games will be $7.00 for adults and $3.00 for seniors and students (K-8).  Children younger than kindergarten again are admitted free. Fans attending the games Saturday will receive a wristband that is to be worn all day and will be used for entry into that respective state final site only throughout the day.  It will not be honored at any other 7th grade state final site.

 

IESA Girls Volleyball began in 1976.  There was one-class competition from 1976-84 and in 1985, the state series was divided into Class A and Class AA by school size. From 1989-2006, there were two classes at the state series for both seventh grade and eighth grade.  Beginning in 2007, the seventh and eighth grade series were divided into four classes.

 

Complete pairings for each state final, plus the FanZone, can be found at www.iesa.org. Click on the Volleyball link at the top of the IESA website home page.

 

Here is a look at the schedule for each of the 7th grade state final tournaments:

 

Class 1A @ Lexington High School

Friday, March 8

Match 1 4:30 pm         Belleville St. Teresa (17-2) vs. Lincoln West Lincoln-Broadwell (16-0)

Match 2 5:45 pm         Hartsburg-Emden (15-4) vs. LaSalle Trinity Catholic (16-1)

Match 3 7:00 pm         DeLand-Weldon (17-4) vs. Newton St. Thomas (15-7)

Match 4 8:15 pm         Cissna Park (19-2) vs. Peoria Limestone Walters (16-5)

 

Saturday, March 9

Match 5 11:00 am        Winner of Match 1 vs. Winner of Match 2

Match 6 12:15 pm        Winner of Match 3 vs. Winner of Match 4

Match 7 2:00 pm         Loser of Match 5 vs. Loser of Match 6 (3rd place match)

Match 8 3:15 pm         Winner of Match 5 vs. Winner of Match 6 (championship match)

 

Class 2A @ Pawnee JHS/HS

Friday, March 8

Match 1 4:30 pm         Villa Grove (20-2) vs. Lewistown JHS (17-1)

Match 2 5:45 pm         Raymond Lincolnwood (23-5) vs. Effingham St. Anthony (17-7)

Match 3 7:00 pm         Mendon Unity (20-1) vs. Milford (15-0)

Match 4 8:15 pm         Kewanee Wethersfield (19-0) vs. Mt. Pulaski (19-3)

 

Saturday, March 9

Match 5 11:00 am        Winner of Match 1 vs. Winner of Match 2

Match 6 12:15 pm        Winner of Match 3 vs. Winner of Match 4

Match 7 2:00 pm         Loser of Match 5 vs. Loser of Match 6 (3rd place match)

Match 8 3:15 pm         Winner of Match 5 vs. Winner of Match 6 (championship match)


 

Class 3A @ Decatur Lutheran School Association High School

Friday, March 8

Match 1 4:30 pm         Staunton (21-2) vs. Pleasant Plains (25-0)

Match 2 5:45 pm         Shelbyville Moulton (22-0) vs. Downs Tri-Valley (22-1)

Match 3 7:00 pm         Glasford Illini Bluffs (19-2) vs. St. Joseph (18-1)

Match 4 8:15 pm         Wilmington (8-8) vs. Wenona Fieldcrest (22-2)

 

Saturday, March 9

Match 5 11:00 am        Winner of Match 1 vs. Winner of Match 2

Match 6 12:15 pm        Winner of Match 3 vs. Winner of Match 4

Match 7 2:00 pm         Loser of Match 5 vs. Loser of Match 6 (3rd place match)

Match 8 3:15 pm         Winner of Match 5 vs. Winner of Match 6 (championship match)

 

Class 4A @ Normal Kinglsey

Friday, March 8

Match 1 4:30 pm         Minooka (16-0) vs. Frankfort Hickory Creek (17-3)

Match 2 5:45 pm         Rochester (20-5) vs. Vernon Hills Hawthorn South (16-0)

Match 3 7:00 pm         Urbana MS (14-6) vs. Homewood Hart (16-3)

Match 4 8:15 pm         Springfield Franklin (15-2) vs. Normal Kingsley (24-1)

 

Saturday, March 9

Match 5 11:00 am        Winner of Match 1 vs. Winner of Match 2

Match 6 12:15 pm        Winner of Match 3 vs. Winner of Match 4

Match 7 2:00 pm         Loser of Match 5 vs. Loser of Match 6 (3rd place match)

Match 8 3:15 pm         Winner of Match 5 vs. Winner of Match 6 (championship match)

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Local Sports Now.com for Tuesday, March 5

The Wethersfield 7th grade girls volleyball sectional championship highlights today's edition

 

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TRAC West BBB All Conference

Three Rivers Athletic Conference – West Division

Boys’ Basketball – All Conference Selection

and Team Standings in the Conference 2018-19

 

Final Standings – Varsity Final Standings – Sophomore

Orion  8-1 Sherrard  9-1

Rockridge  7-2 Morrison  6-2

Fulton  6-3 Orion  5-4

Morrison  2-6 Fulton  4-5

Riverdale  2-7 Rockridge  2-7

Sherrard  2-8 Riverdale  1-8




 

All-Conference Teams

As selected by a vote of conference coaches

 

First Team    * Denotes “unanimous” here and with player and coaches of the year.

Name Year School

*Connor Barnett  10 Fulton

*Nate Henry   9 Rockridge

*Josh Johnson  11 Orion

Riley Fetterer  12 Rockridge

Colton Minch  12 Sherrard

Anthony Ruthey  12 Riverdale

Kyle Schipper  12 Fulton

Caleb Spranger  11 Orion

 

 

Second Team

Name Year School

Nathan Mickley  11 Morrison

Kyler Pessman  10 Fulton

Carter Wainwright  12 Riverdale

Cade Weiss  10 Orion

Seth West  12 Orion

Jenson Whiteman  10 Rockridge


 

Honorable Mention

Name Year School

Ethan Earl  12 Sherrard

Ethan Medenblik  12 Morrison

Jamison Osborn  12 Fulton

T. C. Ottens  12 Morrison

Cole Rusk  10 Rockridge




 

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TRAC East BBB All Conference

Three Rivers Athletic Conference – East Division

Boys’ Basketball – All Conference Selection

and Team Standings in the Conference 2018-19

 

Final Standings – Varsity Final Standings – Sophomore

Sterling Newman  12-0 Sterling Newman  10-2

Hall  8-4 Hall  6-6

Princeton  8-4 St. Bede  6-4

Bureau Valley  4- 6 Kewanee  5-5

Kewanee  4-6 Princeton  5-7

Erie/Prophetstown  2-8 Erie/Prophetstown  4-6

St. Bede  0-10 Bureau Valley  1-9




 

All-Conference Teams

As selected by a vote of conference coaches

 

First Team    * Denotes “unanimous” here and with player and coaches of the year.

Name Year School

*  Kale Barnett  12 Bureau Valley

* Josh Hammer  12 Erie/Prophetstown

* Kavon Russell  11 Kewanee

* Devon House  11 Sterling Newman

Trez Rybarczyk  10 Hall

Jimmy DeAngelo  12 Hall

 

 

Second Team

Name Year School

Marcus Williams   9 Sterling Newman

Jamison Reinhardt  10 Princeton

Koel Hjertstedt  12 Princeton

Tyler Gustafson  12 Bureau Valley

Nate Paup  12 Bureau Valley

Carson Sauer  11 Kewanee



 

Honorable Mention

Name Year School

Eric Robinson  11 Erie/Prophetstown

Jake Terveer  12 Sterling Newman

Brycen Bartel  12 Sterling Newman

Chance Resetich  12 Hall

Connor McBride  11 Sterling Newman

James Mautino  12 Hall

Paul Hart   9 St. Bede



 

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Local Sports Now.com for Monday, March 4

The girls 3A and 4A state championships and the boys 1A and 2A Supersectionals highllght today's program

 

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Coaches Corner for Saturday, March 2

Final edition for the 2018-19 basketball season

 

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