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QHS wrestler picks up record
150th career victory. 5B

IN THE LINE OF FIRE


Dade avoids pregame mishap, leads Devils to WB6 victory
ALLEMAN 35
Welpers
hustle
ignites late
Raiders run
QHS BOYS 56
QND BOYS 82
By DAVID ADAM BURLINGTON N.D. 61
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By MATT SCHUCKMAN
Senior Writer | 217-221-3366
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QUINCY Quiz: Which of the
following statements is true?
A. Mike Dade was on fire in the BURLINGTON, Iowa A
first quarter, making all three of made free throw got Ben Welper
his shots and scoring nine points showered with cheers.
to stake the Quincy High School Diving on the floor for a loose
boys basketball team to a 19-8 ball earned him pats on the back
lead. that meant so much more.
B. Mike Dade was nearly caught The burly forward on the Quin-
on fire before the first quarter. cy Notre Dame boys basketball
Answer: Both A and B. team forced a turnover early in
Fortunately, Dade escaped any the fourth quarter Friday night,
damage, and the Blue Devils used hitting the deck to save the ball
a 15-0 run in the third quarter on from going out of bounds and
Friday night to put away Rock Is- flipping it to Carter Cramsey to
land Alleman 56-35 in a Western start a fast break.
Big Six Conference game at Blue Cramsey sliced through the
Devil Gym. defense to finish a layin on the
The Blue Devils (14-4, 4-2 opposite end, igniting a 20-3 run
WB6) played without lead- that allowed the Raiders to put
ing scorer Jacob Jobe, who was away an 82-61 victory over Burl-
sidelined for what Quincy coach ington Notre Dame at Father Mi-
Andy Douglas termed a viola- nett Gym.
tion of team rules. The Blue Dev- Thats something we can build
ils nearly lost Dade, their third on, QND coach Kevin Meyer
leading scorer, in the pregame said. I love that effort. Thats
ceremony. something that doesnt show up
As Blue Devil mascot Nathan in the boxscore, but it really kick-
Mosley paraded with a flaming started us.
pitchfork along the baseline near It was the jolt the Raiders had
the QHS bench, he nearly collid- been searching for.
ed with Dade. A 10-point lead late in the third
I couldnt read which was he quarter was whittled to a 56-52
was coming, Dade said. My life advantage when the Nikes Xavier
flashed before my eyes. Williams scored on the first pos-
Douglas saw the near-crash session of the fourth quarter. The
develop and couldnt react fast Raiders answered with Cramsey
enough. scoring on a runner down the
(Mosley) was running along lane and Jacob Mayfield making
the baseline and took one of his two free throws on the next pos-
leaps, and he almost speared session.
Mike, Douglas said with a laugh. Thats when Welpers selfless
It would have been the first time hustle turned the tide.
in school history that the Blue His steal was the first of 10
Devil would have played in the turnovers QND forced over the
game, because Id have suited final eight minutes and came
him up for Mike. during a stretch in which the
Dade helped the hosts take a big Raiders scored on 10 consecutive
lead as expected over an Alleman possessions to build a 76-55 lead.
team that was without its coach, Five baskets in that stretch were
Patrick Rangel, who is serving a scored in transition.
three-game suspension. The Blue It was more of an energy
Devils forced seven turnovers in thing, said Cramsey, who scored
the first quarter and eight more 13 of his 17 points in the second
in the second quarter. half. We didnt have that much
(Quincys) quickness really energy in the first half, but we
overtook us at the start of the turned it up in the second half,
game, Alleman assistant coach Quincy High Schools Mike Dade goes past Rock Island Allemans Ryan Hodge, right, and up for a shot during Friday especially in the fourth quarter.
nights Western Big Six Conference basketball game at Blue Devil Gym. Dade scored 15 points to lead the Blue Dev-
FIRE continues on 2B ils to a 56-35 victory over the Pioneers. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt HUSTLE continues on 3B

Serving World of Outlaws


returns in July to
errors Quincy Raceways
costly By STEVE EIGHINGER
Staff Writer | 217-221-3377
seighinger@whig.com | @StevieDirtWHIG

for QU QUINCY The return of the World of Outlaws


highlights the 2016 Quincy Raceways schedule.
One of the nations two premier dirt-track late
model series, the Outlaws made their first appear-
OHIO STATE 3 ance in Quincy last season in the Workforce 40.
QU 0 The touring series will return July 28.
Never before had a such a high-profile series vis-
By MAT MIKESELL ited Quincy, and area race fans responded. An over-
Sports Writer | 217-221-3365 flow, standing-room-only crowd that packed the
mmikesell@whig.com | @MikesellWHIG
Broadway Bullring began arriving at 10:30 a.m. for
an event that was not scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
QUINCY Jack Gamache could The crowd, estimated at somewhere north of
live with the number of service errors 4,000, was the largest at the venerable facility since
the Quincy University mens volleyball at least 2006.
team committed. Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer Billy Moyer won
The senior opposite hitter didnt like Quincy Universitys Chris Chappelle blocks a spike back over the net past Ohio States the race, and Shane Clanton, the World of Outlaws
when they happened. Christian Franceschi during the first set of Friday nights mens volleyball match at Pepsi points leader and most dominant driver of 2015,
QU committed 11 service errors, but Arena. The Buckeyes won in three sets. | H-W Photo/Michael Kipley finished second, further accenting the evening.
six came in the second set, including That night had been a six-month project, track
three in a row, as it fell to seventh- things up and dont take our time, and put Ohio State ahead 18-8, but the promoter Ken Dobson said. Back when we were
ranked Ohio State 25-21, 25-13, 25- that hurts us. teams traded service errors over the starting to put it all together, we knew we needed
23 in its Midwestern Intercollegiate The Hawks (4-5, 0-1 MIVA) commit- next two points. At one point, the Quincy to come through ... and it did.
Volleyball Association opener Friday ted two service errors midway through Hawks had three consecutive serving That event was a showcase for Quincy, and we
night at Pepsi Arena. the second set that gave the Buckeyes errors that gave Ohio State a 20-10 ad- had a lot of great comments and reaction from that
When you have six in one game, its a 12-6 lead. The second error started a vantage. night. This seasons World of Outlaws event should
tough to come back when youre down 5-0 run by Ohio State.
like that, Gamache said. We fasten QU had another service error that SERVING continues on 5B RACEWAYS continues on 3B
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Defensive switch pays


QU at Missouri S&T
When: 3:15 p.m. Saturday
Where: Gale Bullman Multipurpose Building, Rolla, Mo.
Records: Quincy13-6 (7-3 Great Lakes Valley Conference).

off in Pleasant Hill win


Missouri S&T8-11 (4-6 GLVC).
Radio: ESPN 1440 AM
Around the rim: The Miners were in first place in the GLVC
West Division heading into 2016 after starting 3-0, but theyve
gone 1-6 since, although three of those losses have been by seven
points or less. ... Missouri S&T suffered an 82-69 loss to Truman
State on Thursday night, getting outscored 26-9 in the games BY THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF Jack Hulvey and Darian Drake led Brown had eight points as well.
final 10 minutes. ... The Miners rank second to last in the GLVC in County with nine points apiece.
scoring defense, allowing 83.2 points per game, and last in field BARRY, Ill. Corby Edwards made eight MACOMB 48, CENTRAL 43
goal defense, allowing opponents to shoot 50.4 percent from free throws in the fourth quarter as the PAYSON SEYMOUR 68, SOUTHEASTERN 33 Central leads at half but
the field. Opponents are also shooting 37.5 percent from 3-point Pleasant Hill boys basketball team overcame State-ranked Indians cruise
range. ... Senior forward B.J. McLaughlin is the Miners leading an eight-point deficit to beat Western 48-47
cant finish in home loss
scorer at 14.5 points per game and scored a career-high 27 points Friday night.
to home victory CAMP POINT, Ill. Grant Hannant
against Maryville, while senior guard Zach Ellis is averaging 12.2 The Wolves (7-9) trailed 38-30 heading PAYSON, Ill. Payson Seymour came out finished with 25 points as Macomb earned a
points and leads the team with 30 3-pointers. ... Ellis is the only into the fourth quarter when coach Blake in the second half with a renewed confi- West Central Conference victory in a 48-43
four-year senior on the roster and is closing in on 1,000 career Skillman switched to a press defense. The dence. That didnt help Southeastern in a decision.
points. ... The Hawks are in a three-way tie for first place in the change in defensive pressure held the 68-33 loss. Hannant scored 12 of his points in the
GLVC West with Drury and Truman State, and this will be the sec- Wildcats to just nine points over the final Already leading by 17 points, the Indians fourth quarter for the Bombers. Central led
ond game of a four-game road trip. ... Quincy remains the GLVCs eight minutes. outscored the Suns 17-4 during the third 23-22 at halftime.
top-scoring team at 86.5 points per game despite being held 10 We switched to that 1-2-2 press defense quarter. Christian Rigg scored 14 points for Central,
points below that average in Thursdays 79-76 loss to Drury. ... and our guards did a good job of forcing turn- Trevor Maiers led Payson, which led 38-21 hitting four 3-pointers, while Lane Marlow
The Hawks are third in the GLVC in turnover margin with nearly overs, Skillman said. It definitely switched at halftime and 55-25 after three quarters, led the Panthers with 19 points.
three more takeaways than giveaways per game. the momentum to our side. with 16 points and Klayton Conrad added 13.
Matt Schuckman Edwards made all but one of his free- Cole Eilers led Southeastern with 14 MONMOUTH-ROSEVILLE 64,
throw attempts in the final period, scor- points and Brodie Eddington added 11. ILLINI WEST 51
ing eight of his team-high 14 points in the Titans control fourth quarter,
quarter. PITTSFIELD 57, PETERSBURG PORTA 36
JJ Bryant led Western with 17 points.
win WCC North game
QHS at Columbia Hickman Personett comes through
MONMOUTH, Ill. Monmouth-Roseville
When: 2:30 p.m. Saturday LIBERTY 64, BROWN COUNTY 40
for Saukees in win dominated the fourth quarter.
Where: Hickman High School, Columbia, Mo. Wolfmeyers big night leads PETERSBURG, Ill. Korbyn Personetts The scored was tied at 43 after the third
Records: Quincy14-4. Hickman 9-9. 24 points helped Pittsfield cruise to a 57-36 quarter before the Titans outscored the
Radio: ESPN 1440 AM, KZZK 105.9 FM
state-ranked Eagles victory on the road. Chargers 21-8 in the final eight minutes of the
Around the rim: This will be the first-ever meeting between the LIBERTY, Ill. Reed Wolfmeyer scored Personett came out hot, scoring 10 points game to win 64-51 in a West Central Confer-
two programs and Quincys first-ever game in Columbia. ... Hick- 21 points to lead state-ranked Liberty to a in the first quarter to help the Saukees gain a ence North Division game.
man is one of the largest schools in Missouri with an enrollment 64-60 victory over Brown County. 32-18 halftime lead. Jensen Corzatt led Illini West, now 12-10,
of 1,920. ... Judante Sutton, a 6-foot-5 senior forward, and Chase The No. 6 Eagles (22-1) jumped on the The Blue Jays were held to seven points with 18 points and Connor Artman added 13.
Thomas, a 5-9 junior guard, fuel the Kewpies attack, averaging Hornets early, grabbing a 14-7 lead after one in the second quarter, and only two points in
14.9 and 14.6 points respectively. ... Sutton also averages nine re- quarter and a 34-18 advantage at halftime. the fourth. EDITORS NOTE: No information was re-
bounds and 3.4 assists per game, while 6-6 senior forward Calvin Tayton Roe finished with 15 points and Max Muller led the scores for Porta, fin- ceived on the Griggsville-Perry vs. Brussels
Hubbard is grabbing eight boards. ... Thomas has made 30 3-point- Cole Wellman added 12 points for Liberty. ishing the night with 16 points. Jackson Allen game as of press time.
ers this season. ... Hickman coach David Johnson announced
earlier this month he will step down at the end of the season, his
sixth coaching the Kewpies. ... This will be one of four road games
the Blue Devils play in the next four weeks. ... The Blue Devils
have held three of their last four opponents to 38 or fewer points.
... The Blue Devils are 2-3 in road games this season, with all three
losses coming to state-ranked foes.
Matt Schuckman

QND vs. Sherrard

When: 1:30 p.m. Saturday.


Where: John Thiel Gymnasium, Galesburg.
Records: QND16-4. Sherrard8-11.
Radio: WGEM 105.1 FM, WTAD 930 AM
Around the rim: This is second game of six set for Saturday
at the Galesburg Shootout. The QND girls play in the first game
against Rock Island at noon, and the QND boys game is followed
by a matchup of two of the top girls teams in the state Gales-
burg, ranked No. 4 in Class 3A, and Breese Central, ranked No.
1 in Class 2A. ... Sherrard has won its last three 84-57 over
Amboy and 63-48 over Bureau Valley and a 72-47 decision over
Spring Valley Hall on Friday. Before that, the Tigers had lost five
straight, but four of the losses were close. Sherrard lost to Mor-
rison by four, Sterling Newman by two, Peru St. Bede by 12 and
Ridgewood by six. Sherrard went 3-2 at the Monmouth United
Christmas Tournament. ... Nathan Earl, a 6-foot-1 senior guard,
is the teams top scorer, with seven games of 20 or more points
this season. He had 31 points against Amboy. Earl, a transfer
from West Lafayette, Ind., has signed to play baseball at Western
Illinois University next season. Dennis McMeekan had a season-
high 23 points against Amboy and is averaging 12.2 points in his Quincy High Schools Parker Bland drives to the basket during Friday nights basketball game against Rock Island Alleman at Blue
last six games. Blake Lampo had 28 points against Sterling New- Devil Gym. Bland finished with 16 points. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt
man (when Earl didnt play) and has averaged 14.2 points in his
last six games. ... The Raiders are concluding a stretch in which FIRE | FROM 1B
they have played 13 out of 14 games on the road. They close the
season with four home games and two of their shortest road trips
of the season Feb. 13 at Liberty and Feb. 19 at Illini West. ...
QHS blanks Alleman for nearly five minutes
The Raiders have averaged 86 points per game in their last two
victories. Ryan Kelly said. They play worked so far. a layup at the 5:48 mark, man didnt score again un-
David Adam with a lot of quickness and Its something we want and the Blue Devils were til Ivan Morrows 3-pointer
excitement on their home to try to push in a little at scoreless for the first 2 1/2 with 52 seconds left in the
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a time, he said. We just
have the type of team that
minutes. Kelly thought his
team still had a shot.
quarter.
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of them from close range thought we might be OK, is like, We should be play-
and led just 28-20 at and we came out and got ing better, but you have to
halftime. Quincys Parker four or five stops but we stay persistent.
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All five weekly series


will be back this year
be another great night for (17). Dobson thinks each
racing this season, but class has the potential
it is not the only big date to average 20 cars every
on our schedule. Were Sunday night. The late
extremely happy with the models have not aver-
2016 lineup. aged 20 cars a night since
Other major dates on 2008. The sport mods,
this years schedule are: which debuted in 2011,
The UMP Summer had their highest weekly
Nationals Hell Tour is average in 2015.
scheduled for July 10. Al-
ways a popular late model Returning champs
date on any Quincy Race-
ways schedule, the Hell All defending track
Tour has been rained out champs are expected
two straight years. to return this season,
The Scottie 42 will be headed by 16-time champ
run May 1, the third an- Mark Burgtorf, who will
nual late model tribute gun for a third straight
race to track founder, the championship back in the
late Albert Scott. role of a privateer. Burg-
POWRi Midget Week torf raced for local engine
returns June 9, one of builder Rick Frankel in
several dates accenting 2015, who will again be
Burlington Notre Dames Adam Johs tries to secure the rebound the rebound while surrounded by Quincy Notre Dame players, from open-wheel horsepower. fielding late models for
left, Ben Welper, Tanner Stuckman and Jacob Mayfield during first-half action in Friday nights game at Father Minett Gymnasium in The season opens April son Ricky.
Burlington, Iowa. From left, Jack Giannettino, Dylan Klossing and Connor Delaney of the Nikes look on. | Photo Courtesy of the Burling- 3, preceded by the annual Michael Long will be
ton Hawk Eye Quincy Mall Show and after a second straight
banquet on March 12 in modified title and fourth
HUSTLE | FROM 1B the Community Room at overall. He earned the big
the Quincy Mall. iron in 2015 for the first
Nikes stayed close with top scorer in foul trouble No changes
time since 2008, dethron-
ing four-time defending
champ Steven DeLonjay.
When Ben got on the floor and be tough, said BND coach Dan Kies, Kies, whose team committed 24 Dobson all five weekly Other returning
saved that ball, it got us going. That a 1986 QND graduate and a son of turnovers. series will be returning. champs are Jim Lynch in
was such a big play. QND Hall of Fame coach Bob Kies. Meyer got that from Cramsey, who The late models will be stock cars, Joey Gower in
Until then, the Raiders couldnt I was happy with how we were able had four steals and three assists, and joined by the modifieds, sport mods and Kim Ab-
shake the Nikes even with Williams, to get runouts and try to push the Bottorff, who scored a game-high 22 sport mods, stock cars bott in sport compacts.
BNDs leading scorer, spending most ball and get easy looks to beat some points. Plus, he got that and a little and sport compacts. All three won their first
of the first half on the bench in foul of that length. A few things here and more from Welper. The late models resur- track crowns in 2015.
trouble. there could have gone our way, but for A season of struggles at the free- gence continued in 2015, Abbott was the first
QND made just 5 of 14 field goals the most part, we have to be happy throw line for Welper he was averaging 18 cars for their female champ in the his-
in the first quarter and trailed by as with the effort. shooting less than 20 percent end- weekly shows, followed tory of the track, which
many as six points before taking a 19- QND took control of the game at ed when he made two free throws late closely by the sport mods opened in 1975.
18 lead with 6:05 to go in the first half the start of the third quarter when in the fourth quarter for his only two
as Cramsey capped a 7-0 run with a Bottorff scored eight straight points. points of the night. KEY DATES IN 2016
steal and layup. The lead eventually grew to nine The crowd cheered, and Meyer
The lead changed hands six times points on Jacob Mayfields runner gave an emphatic fist pump along the March 12: Quincy Mall Show and banquet
and there were six ties in the six min- with four minutes to go. sideline when the first free throw fell. April 3: Opening night
utes that followed. QND grabbed a However, QND managed just four Welper smiled, too. May 1: Scottie 42, late models
34-32 lead at halftime as Justin Bot- second-chance points despite grab- Thats so good, Bottorff said. June 5: $2,000 to win, late models
torff scored off a Cramsey assist with bing eight offensive rebounds the next Hopefully it gives him confidence. June 9: POWRi Midget Week
one second remaining in the half. four minutes. It allowed the Nikes to Yet, the sprawling chase of a loose July 3: Modified special
Transition baskets and the ability to stay within striking distance until ball will end up being a defining mo- July 10: UMP Summer National Hell Tour, late models
not get flustered by QNDs size al- the Raiders matchup zone caused so ment if Meyer gets his wish. July 28: World of Outlaws Workforce 40, late models
lowed Burlington Notre Dame to stay many fourth-quarter problems. Thats how we have to play, Meyer Sept. 11: $2,000 to win, late models
in the game. We need guys being strong with said. We need more plays like that. Sept. 25: Season Championship Night.
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Meny scores 27 South Shelby hangs on to beat


as Panthers win Centralia for conference victory
By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF MACON 38, PALMYRA 31
Fourth quarter costs Palmyra
PALMYRA, Mo. Trae Meny scored 27 points as the Palmyra SHELBINA, Mo The South Shelby girls basketball teams
boys basketball team defeated Macon 72-60 in Clarence Cannon strong start paid off Friday night. PALMYRA, Mo. Palmyra team scored just four points in the
Conference action Friday night. After taking a double-digit lead into the locker room at halftime, fourth quarter during a 38-31 loss to Macon Friday night.
Meny scored 13 points in the first half as the Panthers (11-8) estab- the Lady Birds made the stops they needed down the stretch to The Lady Panthers trailed 21-15 at halftime before outscoring the
lished a 34-24 halftime lead. beat Centralia 46-39 in a Clarence Cannon Confernece game. Tigerettes 12-5 in the third to take a 27-26 advantage.
The sophomore did the rest of his damage from the free-throw line, We played well early and built a nice lead, South Shelby coach Palmyra was then outscored 12-4 in the fourth quarter as Audrey
making 10 of 11 attempts at the charity stripe in the second half to Luke OLaughlin said. It definitely gave us some breathing room Fohey scored all four of the Lady Panthers points in the period.
help secure the win. for late in the game. Fohey and Nicole Kroeger finished with eight points each to lead
Tanner Nix scored 16 points for Palmyra, while Peyton Plunkett South Shelby led 23-11 at halftime and 34-23 after the third Palmyra.
added 15. quarter. Caitlyn Poore led the Lady Birds with 16 points.
CLARK COUNTY 62, MARK TWAIN
MONROE CITY 46, MARION COUNTY 31 SCOTLAND COUNTY 66, MILAN 21 Lady Indians have no trouble on the road
Panthers surge in second half Fast start helps Lady Tigers win TRC game
CENTER, Mo. Clark County took the lead early en route to a
MONROE CITY, Mo. After being tied at 18 at halftime, Monroe MEMPHIS, MO. Abi Feeney scored 14 points during the first 62-25 victory over Mark Twain.
City outscored Marion County by 15 points in the second half in a 46- quarter to help Scotland County roll to a 66-21 Tri-Rivers Confer- The Lady Indians led early, outscoring the Lady Tigers 20-10 in
31 Clarence Cannon Conference victory. ence victory over Milan. the first quarter. Wednesday McCluskey scored six of her 10 points
Logan Minter scored eight points in the second half and ended The Lady Tigers led 23-8 after the first quarter and turned that into during the first quarter for Clark County.
with a game-high 17 for the Panthers. Michael Speaks added 14 a 47-14 advantage at halftime. Scotland Countys defense kicked in Tressa Campbell led the Lady Indians with a game-high 14
points with nine coming in the second half. after that, holding the Wildcats to one point in the third quarter. points. Mark Twains Michelle Epperson scored eight points.
Marion County had eight players score with Gavin Booth leading Feeney led four Lady Tigers in double figures with 18 points,
the way with seven points. The Mustangs had just three second-half while Maddie Brassfield scored 15 and Ashleigh Creek added 11. MONROE CITY 68, MARION COUNTY 13
field goals. Lady Panthers roll to win at home
SCHUYLER COUNTY 55, KNOX COUNTY 45
KNOX COUNTY 67, SCHUYLER COUNTY 31 Lady Eagles suffer first conference loss MONROE CITY, Mo. Monroe City girls put on a dominating
Talton, Cahalan combine for 27 for Eagles performance Friday night, defeating Marion County 68-13.
QUEEN CITY, Mo. The Schuyler County girls basketball team The Lady Panthers outscored the Lady Mustangs 27-4 in the
QUEEN CITY, Mo. Noah Talton scored 15 points and Derek Ca- took control during the second quarter to hand Knox County a 55- first quarter and 20-6 in the second for a 47-10 halftime lead. The
halan added 12 in Knox Countys 67-31 Tri-Rivers Conference victory. 45 loss the Eagles first in the Tri-Rivers Conference this season. defense got even more impressive after the break, as Monroe City
Talton opened with six points in the opening quarter as the Eagles The score was tied at 13 after the first quarter but the Lady Rams allowed Marion County to score just three points during the final
had a two-point advantage. Knox County scored 25 points in the outscored the Lady Eagles 18-9 during the second quarter to take a two quarters.
second quarter as Cahalan had nine points, all coming from 3-point 31-22 halftime lead. Jada Summers led all scorers with 21 points for the Lady Pan-
range. Jessie Anderson was the only Knox County player to score in thers, while Asjia Troy added 10.
Shane Clary added nine points for Knox County. double figures, finishing with a game-high 17 points. Madison Mc-
Cabe added nine for the Lady Eagles. EDITORS NOTE: No information was received on the Putnam
SCOTLAND COUNTY 73, MILAN 53 County at North Shelby, Brookfield at Highland games by press
Knupp scores 20 to lead Tigers time.

MEMPHIS, Mo. Sturgis Knupp scored a team-high 20 points to


lead Scotland County to a 73-53 Tri-Rivers Conference victory. He
scored 10 points in each half.
Aaron Buford added 13 points, all coming in the first half, while
Caleb Doubet added 12 points.
Scotland County led just 14-9 after the first quarter, but outscored
Panthers tried to get Manning in 98
Milan 28-16 in the second quarter. By STEVE REED Capers, Carolinas head
AP Sports Writer coach at the time who was
HIGHLAND 67, BROOKFIELD 53 also given control of per-
Highland doubles up Brookfield in first CHARLOTTE, N.C. sonnel decisions when Po-
If the Carolina Panthers lian left the team after the
EWING, Mo. Scoring the first 10 points of the game helped had their way, maybe 1997 season.
Highland double up Brookfield in the first quarter of a 67-53 Clarence Peyton Manning would He was set on keeping
Cannon Conference victory. be playing for them not the pick. You never know
Matthew Scoggin led the Cougars with 19 points, 10 coming in the against them in the Su- on those kinds of things
first quarter. per Bowl. but sometimes you have to
Andrew Nunn added 15 points for Highland while Blake Hetzler When Manning was try.
scored 13 points. coming out for the 1998 Polian said he had his
draft, the Panthers ap- heart setting on drafting
CARNAHAN 54, HANNIBAL 41 proached Indianapolis Manning.
Hannibal falls in seventh-place game Colts general manager Bill There wasnt anything
Polian with a megadeal of- they could give us that
OFALLON, Mo. Kasen Rademans 14 points were not enough fer. was going to replace Pey-
as Hannibal fell 54-41 in the seventh-place game of the Fort Zumwalt It included trading ton Manning, Polian said.
North Tournament. fourth-year quarterback Capers, now the defen-
Leading 15-13 after the first quarter, the Pirates were held to just Kerry Collins and mul- sive coordinator with the
three points in the second quarter. They trailed 24-18 at halftime. tiple draft picks, including Green Bay Packers, said
Hannibal outscored Carnahan 14-11 in the third quarter to cut the their first-round selection he was blown away after
deficit to 35-32, but got outscored by 10 points in the fourth. that year, for the right to meeting Manning at the
Dezmond Jones added 11 points for the Pirates. take Manning with the NFL scouting combine in
No. 1 overall selection. Indianapolis in February
CLARK COUNTY 60, MARK TWAIN 47 Carolina was hoping 1998.
Big second quarter propels Clark County Polian, who had drafted Manning walked into
Collins just three years the interview with a yel-
CENTER, Mo. Clark County took control by outscoring Mark before while working as low notepad, sat down
Twain 15-6 in the second quarter in a 60-47 victory. the GM for the Panthers, and started asking Capers
The Tigers led 14-10 after the first eight minutes before the Indians would pull the trigger on questions.
took the lead with a big second quarter. Cole Kirchner made three the deal. The Colts at the time
3-pointers in the period for nine of his 14 points. Problem was, Polian already had running back
Zeb Riney led the Indians with 15 points. Grant Peters led the wouldnt even consider Marshall Faulk, wide re- Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning takes a break
Tigers with a game-high 16 points. the offer. ceiver Marvin Harrison from drills during an NFL football practice Friday in Englewood,
Bill was dead set and offensive tackle Tarik Colo. The Broncos play the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50
CENTRALIA 53, SOUTH SHELBY 44 against it, said Dom Glenn on the roster. Feb. 7, 2016. | AP Photo
Cardinals struggle from free-throw line
CENTRALIA, Mo. The South Shelby boys basketball team lost a
Clarence Cannon Conference to Centralia 53-44.
After leading 16-14 after the first quarter, the Cardinals outscored
17-7 in the second quarter. Sidney Wear scored nine of 11 his points in
Pepsi LPGC creates partnership with Canadian tour
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Enforcer Scott enjoying moment as captain


NHL ALL-STAR GAME: Fans vote 6-foot-8 journeyman toiling in minors on to Pacific roster

By TERESA M. WALKER Youre not in the NHL anymore. So low All-Stars.


AP Sports Writer its neat, though like Im not used to The last two weeks have been a
this and all this scrum and stuff. Im whirlwind for Scott. He was traded
NASHVILLE, Tenn. John going to enjoy it while Im here and go Jan. 15 to Montreal, which promptly
Scott sat back in his chair and took back to the real world. ordered him to its AHL affiliate in
a cellphone photo of all the reporters He is going to enjoy it with a bless- Canadas version of the Far East. The
crowded around him once the ques- ing from NHL Commissioner Gary league also had to decide what to do
tions finally ended. Bettman, too. The two had a talk with him, since no one had really ex-
It was a big moment for a big man, Thursday night. pected a 6-foot-8 bruiser with just
and it almost didnt happen. So the And hes more than welcome to be five goals over 285 games in eight
journeyman enforcer who admits here, Bettman told The Associated seasons to make an All-Star roster.
hes an odd fit for an NHL All-Star Press. Were happy hes here. The Scott didnt just make the roster:
game is soaking up every moment be- fans spoke, and were happy to reflect Fans flocked online and voted him
fore heading back to Newfoundland, their will. captain of the Pacific Division, tak-
where he is toiling in the minors. Scott said he was glad to hear that ing advantage of the NHLs willing-
Its definitely strange, Scott said from Bettman because there was a ness to give them the ability to turn In this Dec. 17, 2015, file photo, the Arizona Coyotes John Scott,
Friday at one of the more unusual time he really wasnt sure the league at least one position into a popularity left, punches Columbus Blue Jackets Jared Boll during a fight in
media days for the NHLs showcase felt that way. He wrote in The Play- contest. the second period of an NHL hockey game in Glendale, Ariz. Scott
event. You go in the locker room ev- ers Tribune this week that someone Scott expects the NHL to change is the center of attention at the NHLs annual All-Star showcase,
eryones got the NHL logo on their from the league called him to suggest the fan vote for the All-Star Game to not how the league planned for the weekend to get started. The
helmet. They threw the NHL logo he back out of the game, an idea he keep someone like himself from ever 6-foot-8 enforcer was voted into the event by fans taking advan-
on mine. Its definitely always like, rejected much to the delight of his fel- being picked again. tage of the leagues own rules. | AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File

{ SPORTS BRIEFS }
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

KANSAS CITY, MO.


Chiefs sign Kelce to $46 million, 5-year deal
Travis Kelce spent Friday morning in Hawaii getting ready for his
first Pro Bowl, shortly after signing a $46 million, five-year extension
that made him one of the NFLs highest-paid tight ends.
Oh, and hes about to star in a reality dating show.
Im living the dream, Kelce said. Literally.
Never has a cliche been more appropriate.
The Kansas City Chiefs signed their burgeoning young pass
catcher to a deal that includes $20.5 million in guarantees, a person
familiar with the situation told The Associated Press. The person
spoke on condition of anonymity because the Chiefs did not reveal
terms of the agreement

PARADISE ISLAND, BAHAMAS


Khang, Hull, Nomura tied for lead
Megan Khang shot a 5-under 68 in windy conditions Friday for a
share of the lead in the season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA
Classic, her first event as an LPGA Tour member.
The 18-year-old Khang eagled the par-5 fourth hole and had four
birdies and a bogey to match Englands Charley Hull and Japans Haru
Nomura at 8-under 138 at the Ocean Club. Khang, from Rockland,
Massachusetts, tied for sixth at Q-school in December to earn a tour
card. Hull and Nomura each shot 70.

PHOENIX
Herpes outbreak infecting more than dozen
Quincy Universitys Jarrod Kelso lifts the ball past Ohio States Matt Dorn during the second set of Fridays mens college volley-
ball match at Pepsi Arena. | H-W Photo/Michael Kipley
horses puts racetrack under quarantine
A Phoenix racetracks horses remained under quarantine Friday as
SERVING | FROM 1B officials worked to get the upper hand on an equine herpes outbreak
that has infected more than a dozen horses in New Mexico.
Lawson with eight kills, Chappelle with seven One horse had to be euthanized this week at Turf Paradise in north
Phoenix, manager Vincent Francia said. The horse was one of three
that arrived Jan. 20 from Sunland Park, New Mexico. The other two
Ohio State (6-2, 1-0) committed QU answered with kills by Gamache The Hawks opened a 9-5 lead in are under isolation for 21 days. So far, they show no signs of the virus.
five service errors of its own in the and Chappelle, then both teams the third set as Lawson had three
set, which helped buffer the damage. traded the next four points. kills and Chappelle added another. SAN DIEGO
QU saw the errors as missed op- A kill by Fanfulik started a 4-0 Lawson led the Hawks with eight Spanos says Chargers to stay put in 2016
portunities. run with an error, a kill by Gamache kills and Chappelle had seven.
They just kind of matched what and an ace by senior outside hitter The Buckeyes, however, answered Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos said Friday that the team will play
we were doing, said Gamache, who Ian Lawson to give the Hawks a 12- with an 11-6 run to tie the set at 16. in San Diego in 2016, and hell work with politicians and the business
had four kills. I think anytime we 10 lead and force a Buckeye timeout. A QU service error gave Ohio State community to try to resolve a long, bitter battle over a new stadium.
can force them to make errors and We started serving well, junior a 17-16 lead. The score was tied four Spanos statement was posted on the team website shortly after
get them to make timeouts, its big. middle blocker Jarrod Kelso said. times after that until Ohio State took a report said the Chargers had reached a deal to join the Los Angeles
We can compete with anyone in the We were serving aggressive. Youre the lead for good at 21-20 after a kill Rams in a stadium expected to open in Inglewood in 2019.
conference if we do that. going to miss some, but you just have by Nicolas Szerszen. I am committed to looking at this with a fresh perspective and
QU, however, couldnt do that in to be aggressive. We were feeling re- We lost game three with because new sense of possibility, Spanos statement said.
the second set when it just had just ally good playing the No. 7 team in they just mowed us down, QU coach
four kills. Gamache had two kills in the country in our place. Hadley Foster said. But we matched SOUTH BEND, IND.
the set while Chris Chappelle and QU held that lead until a 3-0 run up with them OK. We were right Kelly agrees to 6-year contract
Thane Fanfulik each had one. by Ohio State gave it a 19-17 lead. QU there in the 20s in two games. They
The Hawks struggled in the first cut the lead to 20-19, but Ohio State just executed better than we did. Brian Kelly has agreed to a six-year contract to stay on as coach at
set as the Buckeyes built an 8-5 lead. closed out the set. Notre Dame through the 2021 season.
The deal announced Friday by athletic director Jack Swarbrick
would make the 54-year-old Kelly, who has been at the school six
seasons, the second-longest serving Irish coach in history. Knute
Rockne coached 13 seasons from 1918-1930 before he died in a plane

Murray reaches fifth Australian Open final crash in Kansas at age 43. Frank Leahy, Ara Parseghian and Lou Holtz
all coached the Irish 11 seasons.

By JOHN PYE becoming a champion first following Murray said. So I have to be proud INDIANAPOLIS
AP Sports Writer his five-set win over Milos Raonic on of that achievement. IUPUI beats WIU, ties for first in Summit
Friday to reach the final for the fifth Doesnt matter whats happened
MELBOURNE, Australia time. in the past. What matters is what Matt OLeary posted career highs of 20 points and 10 rebounds,
Andy Murray arrived at the Austra- His 4-6, 7-5, 6-7 (4), 6-4, 6-2 happens Sunday. and IUPUI held on to beat Western Illinois 69-67 on Friday to move
lian Open fully prepared to become victory sets up a final against five- Three of Djokovics wins in Aus- into a four-way tie for first place midway through the Summit League
a father before becoming champion. time champion Novak Djokovic in tralia have come in finals against his season.
Murray left his pregnant wife Sundays title match. Murray is 0-4 old friend Murray, every odd-num- Aaron Brennans basket gave IUPUI a 66-63 lead. Garret Covington
in Britain ahead of the start of the in finals at Melbourne Park with bered year since 2011. cut the deficit to one before Marcellus Barksdale put back his own
tournament, promising to fly home Djokovic having won all five previ- He loves playing on this court, shot to make it a three-point advantage with a minute to go. Western
at any time if needed. ous Australian Open finals. weve played a bunch of times here, Illinois Jabari Sandifer made two free throws and the Leathernecks
However, the 28-year-old Murray Five finals is a great achievement. Murray said. Hopefully it can be a got a defensive rebound. After a timeout, the Leathernecks worked
has now given himself a chance of You cant take that away from me, different result. the clocked down but Covington was double-teamed inside and trav-
eled with 2.3 left.
Covington led Western Illinois (7-12, 0-8) with 23 points with four
3-pointers.

Peters sets QHS record for career victories LEBANON, ILL.


Statham ties Summitt mark for victories
BY THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF duals. He also pinned Rock Islands match against Allemans Nick Lange McKendree University mens basketball coach Harry Statham
Jorge Duarte in 3:10. at 37 seconds, then scored a 5-3 posted his 1,098th career victory Thursday night, matching Pat Sum-
QUINCY, Ill. Michael Peters QHS lost to Rock Island 54-12 but decision over Rock Islands Dekari mitts mark for the most at a four-year school.
became the first wrestler in Quincy edged Rock Island Alleman 39-39. Nephew. Statham is in his 50th season at the Division II college. He guided
High School in history to win 150 The tie was broken on criteria, with Only Reckers, Peters and Johnson the Bearcats past Wisconsin-Parkside 92-85 on the court named in
career matches on Friday night. Quincy earning the most near falls. won against the Rocks. his honor.
He scored a fall in 3 minutes, 16 At 113 pounds, Jackson Reckers Other winners against Alleman The 78-year-old Statham has a career record of 1,098-474. He can
seconds in his match against Al- pinned Allemans Gaige Hetzel in 56 were Matthew Peters with a fall in 48 top Summitts record Saturday when McKendree hosts Lewis.
lemans Eric Raya. He was one of seconds and earned a 5-2 decision seconds, Tyree Williams with an 8-2 Tying the record was the last of my thoughts, he said. Im not
three Blue Devils to win twice in a against Rock Islands Jacob Israel. decision, and Andrew Sanchez and worried about it. If I dont get it today, I get it tomorrow, next week,
pair of Western Big Six Conference Eziekiel Johnson won his first Tommy Pickett with forefit victories. next month, next year. Those things happen. Im not into that.
6B | SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2016 HERALD-WHIG | WHIG.COM

Chicago Mt. Carmel 51, St. Francis de Sales 36 Elgin 71, St. Charles East 36 Monmouth-Roseville 64,
BASKETBALL Chicago-University 48, Elgin Academy 31
Chrisman 64, Armstrong 52
Evanston Township 65, Niles West 49
Freeport 49, Belvidere 37
Illini West 51
MONMOUTH-ROSEVILLE
LOCAL SCHEDULE
Colfax Ridgeview 52, Fieldcrest 42 Geneva 82, Larkin 45
NBA Standings Conant 55, Palatine 50
Crystal Lake South 50, Dundee-Crown 32
Genoa-Kingston 63, Rockford Christian 30
Glenbard East 42, South Elgin 36
Gillen 4 2-2 12, Bell 2 0-0 5, Alcala 2 2-2 6,
Reece 4 0-0 11, Killey 0 0-0 0, Empson 0 0-0 0,
SATURDAY, JANUARY 30
Mens basketball: Quincy at Missouri S&T, 3 p.m.; Danville at John Wood, 4 p.m.; Hanni-
EASTERN CONFERENCE Cheek 4 2-2 10, Kirby 5 0-1 10, Arreguin 5 0-0
Dakota 55, Orangeville 44 Glenbrook North 57, Highland Park 55 10. Totals 26 6-7 64. bal-LaGrange at Freed-Hardeman, 4 p.m.; Culver-Stockton at Grand View, 4 p.m.
Atlantic Division
Danville Schlarman 46, Georgetown 18 Glenbrook South 63, Maine South 32 ILLINI WEST Womens basketball: Quincy at Missouri S&T, 1 p.m.; Danville at John Wood, 2 p.m.;
W L Pct GB
De La Salle 59, DePaul College Prep 50 Harvest Christian 66, Aurora Christian 55 Gooding 1 0-0 2, Artman 4 3-4 13, Porter 1 0-0 Hannibal-LaGrange at Freed-Hardeman, 2 p.m.; Culver-Stockton at Grand View, 2 p.m.
Toronto 31 15 .674
DeKalb 51, Sycamore 33 Hersey 66, Elk Grove 42 2, Trout 1 0-0 3, Cl. Grainger 0 0-0 0, Greene 0
Boston 27 21 .563 5 Boys basketball: QHS at Columbia Hickman, 3:30 p.m.; QND vs. Sherrard at Galesburg
Dixon 67, Rock Falls 48 Hinsdale South 67, Berwyn-Cicero Morton 53 0-0 0, Ch. Grainger 0 0-0 0, Greenslaugh 0 0-0
New York 23 26 .469 912 Shootout, 1:30 p.m.; Brussels at Pleasant Hill, 7:30 p.m.; Bowling Green Tournament
Downers North 59, Proviso West 57 Hononegah 53, Belvidere North 39 0, Douglas 3 0-0 8, Corzatt 6 0-0 18, Hartrick
Brooklyn 12 35 .255 19 2
1
Bowling Green vs. Louisiana, 5:30 p.m.
Dunlap 49, Pekin 46 IC Catholic 54, Bensenville (Fenton) 30 0 0-0 0, Ryner 0 0-0 0, Adkisson 2 1-2 5. Totals
Philadelphia 7 40 .149 2412 Girls basketball: QND vs. Rock Island in Galesburg Shootout, noon; North Mac at Pitts-
Earlville-Leland 57, Kirkland Hiawatha 29 Joliet Central 57, Stagg 48 18 4-6 51.
Southeast Division
East St. Louis 73, Belleville East 68 Kaneland 52, Morris 36 Monmouth 17 13 13 2164 field, 7:30 p.m.; Griggsville-Perry vs. Central-Southeastern at Southeastern, 2:30 p.m.;
W L Pct GB
Edwardsville 59, Belleville West 49 Lake Forest 53, Mundelein 28 Illini West 16 12 15 851 West Prairie at Liberty, 3 p.m.
Atlanta 27 21 .563
Effingham 79, Charleston 58 Libertyville 43, Lake Zurich 40 3-point field goalsMonmouth-Roseville 6 Prep wrestling: Western Big Six Conference duals at QHS, 11 a.m.; QND Tournament,
Miami 26 21 .553 12
Eldorado 55, Hamilton County 36 Lyons 50, York 36 (Reece 3, Gillen 2, Bell), Illini West 11 (Corzatt 9 a.m.
Charlotte 22 25 .468 412
Elgin 77, St. Charles East 72 Mascoutah 47, Ohio Co., Ky. 27 6, Douglas 2, Artman 2, Trout). FoulsMon- College wrestling: Hannibal-LaGrange at Harper Open
Washington 20 24 .455 5
Evanston Township 65, Niles West 49 Minooka 56, Plainfield East 40 mouth Roseville 11, Illini West 14. Fouled
Orlando 20 25 .444 512
Fairfield 90, Johnston City 46 Montini 61, Burlington Central 19 outnone.
Central Division SUNDAY, JANUARY 31
Fithian Oakwood 47, Milford 36 New Trier 70, Waukegan 46
W L Pct GB No games scheduled
Galena 52, Scales Mound 46 Niles North 57, Maine West 46
Cleveland 33 12 .733 Liberty 64, Brown County 40
Galesburg 49, East Moline United 48 North Lawndale 64, Bogan 49
Chicago 26 19 .578 7 BROWN COUNTY
Gardner-South Wilmington 50, St. Anne 46 Oswego 35, Plainfield Central 31
Detroit 25 22 .532 9 Ryssman 0 0-0 0, Fry 3 0-0 7, Law 0 1-2 1, Lerch
Geneva 66, Larkin 61 Oswego East 57, Romeoville 46
Indiana 24 22 .522 9 2
1
2 0-0 6, Hulvey 2 4-6 9, Bradbury 0 0-0 0, Lewis CARNAHAN Erik Compton 71s-71n 142 -2
Gibson City 51, Deer Creek-Mackinaw 41 Proviso East 72, Downers South 58
Milwaukee 20 29 .408 15 3 2-2 8, Drake 2 4-4 9, Hendricker 0 0-2 0. Gibson 4 2-2 12, Williams 0 0-0 0, Magic 0 1-2 Tony Finau 71s-71n 142 -2
Gillespie 59, Mount Olive 36 Riverdale 60, Monmouth United 30
WESTERN CONFERENCE Totals 11 11-16 40. 1, Molton 6 0-0 16, OHara 1 0-0 2, Wright 7 0-0 Shane Lowry 71n-71s 142 -2
Glenbard East 54, South Elgin 53 Riverside-Brookfield 59, Leyden 46
Southwest Division LIBERTY 17, Cooper 3 0-0 6. Totals 21 3-4 54. James Hahn 73s-69n 142 -2
Glenbard North 77, Waubonsie Valley 49 Rochelle 45, Ottawa 37
W L Pct GB Wolfmeyer 6 6-9 21, Obert 1 0-0 3, Mast 0 0-0 Hannibal 15 3 14 941 Martin Piller 70n-72s 142 -2
Glenbard South 67, Aurora Central Catholic 61 Rockford Boylan 59, Harlem 56
San Antonio 39 7 .848 0, Barker 2 5-8 9, L. Graham 1 0-0 2, Wellman 5 Carnahan 13 11 11 1954 Hiroshi Iwata 69n-73s 142 -2
Glenbrook North 46, Highland Park 37 Schaumburg 61, Hoffman Estates 33
Memphis 27 20 .574 1212 2-2 12, Doane 0 0-0 0, E. Graham 0 2-2 2, Lentz 3-point field goalsHannibal 7 (Rademan 3, Shane Bertsch 75s-67n 142 -2
Goreville 77, Zeigler-Royalton 48 Sesser-Valier 71, Chester 39
Dallas 27 22 .551 1312 0 0-0 0, Roe 5 3-4 15. Totals 20 18-25 64. Watson 2, D. Jones, Griffith), Carnahan (Gib- Aaron Baddeley 73s-69n 142 -2
Granite City 72, Alton 69 Sterling 32, Geneseo 26
Houston 25 24 .510 1512 Brown Co. 7 11 6 1640 son 2, Wright). Fouls Hannibal 11, Carnahan Robert Garrigus 70s-72n 142 -2
Grayslake North 77, Woodstock 49 Teutopolis 56, Effingham 39
New Orleans 17 28 .378 2112 Liberty 14 20 16 1464 7. Fouled outnone. Jason Kokrak 75s-67n 142 -2
Guerin 40, Elmwood Park 36 Triad 41, Columbia 31
Northwest Division 3-point field goalsBrown County 5 (Lerch Greg Owen 73s-69n 142 -2
Hales Franciscan 70, Brother Rice 68 Wauconda 36, Grant 34
W L Pct GB Harris English 70n-72s 142 -2
Oklahoma City 36 13 .735
Hampshire 69, Crystal Lake Central 37 Zion Benton 48, Stevenson 43 2, Drake, Hulvey, Fry), Liberty 6 (Wolfmeyer 3,
Roe 2, Obert). FoulsBrown County 20, Lib-
Girls Patrick Reed 69n-73s 142 -2
Harrisburg 75, West Frankfort 57 Carrollton Tournament South Shelby 46, Centralia 29
Portland 22 26 .458 1312 erty 16. Fouled outLaw, Hendricker, Mast. Hunter Mahan 72s-70n 142 -2
Harvest Christian 80, Aurora Christian 33 Brussels 55, Jerseyville 46 SOUTH SHELBY
Utah 21 25 .457 1312 Scott Piercy 73s-69n 142 -2
Harvey Thornton 56, Lincoln Way North 53 Rushville Tournament Wise 2 2-2 8, Hutcherson 0 0-0 0, Brown 4 3-8
Denver 18 29 .383 17 Kyle Stanley 69s-73n 142 -2
Hersey 55, Elk Grove 54 Third Place Payson Seymour 68, Southeastern 33 11, Simpson 0 0-0 0, Poore 4 4-8 16, Wegman 0
Minnesota 14 34 .292 2112 Jason Gore 70s-72n 142 -2
Heyworth 40, Fisher 37 Petersburg PORTA 63, Beardstown 44 SOUTHEASTERN 0-0 0, Higbee 1 0-0 2, Kendrick 3 2-2 9, Mayes 0
Pacific Division Kelly Kraft 70n-72s 142 -2
Hillcrest 53, Lemont 47 Championship Meyers 1 0-0 3, Bruns 2 0-0 5, Eilers 5 0-0 14, 0-0 0. Totals 14 11-20 46.
W L Pct GB Brandon Hagy 71n-71s 142 -2
Hoffman Estates 48, Schaumburg 45 Midwest Central 55, Athens 50 Owen 0 0-0 0, Eddington 5 0-0 11, Twidwell 0 CENTRALIA
Golden State 42 4 .913 Graham DeLaet 72n-71s 143 -1
Homewood-Flossmoor 46, Sandburg 23 0-0 0. Totals 12 0-0 33. Armontroul 3 0-1 6, Eikl 5 2-6 12, Gordon 4 1-1
L.A. Clippers 30 16 .652 12
Sacramento 20 26 .435 22
Hoopeston 64, Catlin (Salt Fork) 57
Illinois Lutheran 63, Cullom Tri-Point 50
Prep Boxes PAYSON SEYMOUR
N. Brinkman 2 0-0 5, Ash 1 2-4 5, Burwinkel 2
10, Simkins 1 0-0 2, Duncan 2 5-7 9. Totals 15
8-15 39.
Jonas Blixt
Brandt Snedeker
77s-66n 143
73s-70n 143
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-1
Phoenix 14 34 .292 29 Danny Lee 71n-72s 143 -1
L.A. Lakers 9 39 .188 34
Indian Creek 70, Serena 51 Boys 2-5 6, Brown 0 0-0 0, Conrad 5 0-0 13, Loos 1 South Shelby 11 12 11 1046 Colt Knost 70n-73s 143 -1
Jacksonville 64, Sacred Heart-Griffin 50 Quincy High School 56, Alleman 35 2-2 5, Streeter 1 1-2 3, Voss 1 2-2 4, S. Brink- Centralia 6 5 12 1039
Harold Varner III 67n-76s 143 -1
Joliet West 58, Joliet Central 51 ALLEMAN (7-14, 0-7) man 1 0-0 3, Hilgenbrink 2 2-2 6, Maiers 7 2-2 3-point field goalsSouth Shelby 7 (Poore 4,
Fridays Games Tyrone Van Aswegen 69n-74s 143 -1
Juarez 49, Crane 45 Player fg-fga ft-fta rebs pf pts 16, Johnson 0 0-0 0, Keller 1 0-0 2. Totals 24 Wise 2, Kendrick), FoulsSouth Shelby 18,
Boston 113, Orlando 94 Carlos Ortiz 69n-74s 143 -1
Kaneland 52, Morris 36 Morrow 2-4 0-0 1 1 5 13-19 68. Centralia 16. Fouled outnone.
Cleveland 114, Detroit 106 Matt Jones 71n-72s 143 -1
Kankakee (McNamara) 76, Seton Academy 72 Hodge 1-2 0-0 4 2 3 Southeastern 5 16 4 833
New York 102, Phoenix 84 Robert Streb 71s-72n 143 -1
Kewanee 74, Princeton 50 Graves 2-7 2-4 4 2 6 Payson 16 22 17 1368
Miami 107, Milwaukee 103
Lake Forest 78, Libertyville 73, 2OT 3-point field goalsSoutheastern 7 (Eilers 4, Monroe City 68, Marion County 13 John Senden 73s-70n 143 -1
Oklahoma City 116, Houston 108 Sheldon 1-4 0-0 2 1 2 MARION COUNTY Charley Hoffman 75s-68n 143 -1
LaMoille 70, Paw Paw 33 Mihm 4-5 0-0 4 0 8 Meyers, Bruns, Eddington), Payson 7 (Conrad
Dallas 91, Brooklyn 79 Brown 0 0-0 0, Hays 1 1-4 3, Spratt 0 0-0 0, Kyle Reifers 69n-74s 143 -1
Latin 53, Francis Parker 40 Malcolm 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 3, N. Brinkman, Ash, Loos, Brinkman).
Utah 103, Minnesota 90 Maxwell 1 0-0 2, Bowdish 2 0-0 4, Foster 0 0-0 Henrik Norlander 70n-73s 143 -1
LeRoy 59, El Paso-Gridley 41 OKeefe 2-5 0-0 2 1 5 FoulsSoutheastern 13, Payson Seymour 6.
Portland 109, Charlotte 91 0, Straus 2 0-0 4. Totals 6 1-6 13. Ryan Ruffels 70n-73s 143 -1
Lewistown 55, North Fulton 35 Schmidt 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 Fouled outnone.
L.A. Lakers at L.A. Clippers, night MONROE CITY Jamie Lovemark 72s-71n 143 -1
Liberty 64, Mt. Sterling (Brown County) 40 Eder 0-1 0-0 3 0 0
Saturdays Games Summers 10 1-4 21, Okenfuss 1 0-0 2, Troy Failed to make the cut
Lincoln 53, Springfield 47 Dodson 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Clark County 60, Mark Twain 47
Golden State at Philadelphia, 4 p.m. 5 0-0 10, Hays 2 0-1 4, Shuck 2 1-1 5, Talton 2 Johnson Wagner 72n-72s 144 E
Lisle (Benet Academy) 69, St. Patrick 34 Buskirk 1-3 0-0 2 1 2 CLARK COUNTY
Detroit at Toronto, 5:30 p.m. 0-0 4, Minor 3 0-0 9, Mehrer 0 1-2 1, Smith 2 Marc Leishman 74s-70n 144 E
Lockport 58, Lincoln-Way East 46 Richmiller 1-6 2-2 3 1 4 Riney 5 5-6 15, Schreck 1 0-0 2, Sprague 1 0-0
Brooklyn at New Orleans, 6 p.m. 0-0 4, St. Clair 2 0-0 4, Reagan 2 0-4 4. Totals Rod Pampling 71n-73s 144 E
Luther North 63, Aurora Math-Science 26 Team 4 2, Harper 0 1-2 1, Kirchner 5 0-0 14, Mack 2 2-2
Denver at Indiana, 7 p.m. 31 3-12 68. Derek Ernst 74n-70s 144 E
Macomb 48, Camp Point Central 43 Totals 14-39 4-6 28 9 35 6, Bevans 4 5-8 14, Tweedy 1 0-0 2, Forquer 1
Sacramento at Memphis, 7 p.m. Marion County 4 6 2 113 Matt Every 68n-76s 144 E
Maine South 63, Glenbrook South 56 QUINCY (14-4, 4-2) 2-2 4. Totals 20 15-20 60.
Washington at Houston, 7 p.m. Monroe City 27 29 13 868 Fabian Gomez 76s-68n 144 E
Manley 44, Chicago (Austin) 42 Player fg-fga ft-fta rebs pf pts MARK TWAIN
San Antonio at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. 3-point field goalsMonroe City 3 (Minor Pat Perez 73n-71s 144 E
Marengo 80, Genoa (Genoa-Kingston) 61 Shoot 0-3 0-0 2 0 0 Asquith 0 0-0 0, Curry 0 0-0 0, Mack 4 2-2 10,
Sundays Games 3). FoulsMarion County 13, Monroe City 7. Justin Rose 71s-73n 144 E
Maria 83, Lycee Francais 30 Dade 5-8 3-4 6 0 15 Corum 0 0-2 0, Neff 2 4-6 9, Tonkinson 5 0-0 11,
Chicago at L.A. Clippers, 2:30 p.m. Fouled outNone. Paul Casey 73s-71n 144 E
Marian Catholic 56, Marist 43 Bland 6-15 3-4 5 1 16 Peters 8 0-2 16. Totals 19 7-14 47.
Atlanta at Miami, 5 p.m. Thomas Aiken 73s-71n 144 E
Mascoutah 46, Triad 44 Gadeke 4-6 1-2 5 0 9 Clark County 10 15 15 2060
Boston at Orlando, 5 p.m. Macon 38, Palmyra 31 Dawie van der Walt 74s-70n 144 E
Mather 67, Dunbar 55 Cam. Gay 5-10 0-0 2 2 11 Mark Twain 14 6 8 1947
Phoenix at Dallas, 6 p.m. MACON Daniel Berger 72n-72s 144 E
Metamora 62, Morton 38 Smith 0-1 0-0 2 3 0 3-point field goalsClark County 5 (Kirchner
Golden State at New York, 6:30 p.m. Cashatt 1 0-0 3, Hogsett 1 1-2 4, Cox 3 0-2 6, Chez Reavie 73n-71s 144 E
Minooka 43, Plainfield East 35 Car. Gay 2-4 0-0 1 1 4 4, Bevans), Mark Twain 2 (Neff, Tonkinson).
Minnesota at Portland, 8 p.m. Hawkins 2 4-8 8, Jemes 2 3-4 7, Martin 3 1-2 8, Lucas Glover 74s-70n 144 E
Momence 59, Clifton Central 35 Brock 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 FoulsClark County 13, Mark Twain 17.
Charlotte at L.A. Lakers, 8:30 p.m. Roland 1 0-1 2. Totals 12 9-19 38. Rickie Fowler 73n-71s 144 E
Monmouth-Roseville 64, Illini West 51 Briddle 0-2 0-0 2 2 0 Fouled outMack.
PALMYRA Hideki Matsuyama 68n-76s 144 E
College Standings Morrison 66, Prophetstown 58
Mt. Carmel 51, St. Francis de Sales 36
Scott
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0-1
0-0
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0-0 1 0 0 Highland 67, Brookfield 53
Augspurg 1 0-0 3, Fohey 1 6-6 8, Meyers 1 0-0 Tom Hoge
D.A. Points
67n-77s 144
71n-74s 145 + 1
E
Mt. Zion 56, Mattoon 55 2, Wosman 2 1-2 5, Kroeger 3 0-0 8, Neisen 2
Men Murphysboro 66, Massac County 40
Amos 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 BROOKFIELD 1-1 5. Totals 10 8-9 31. Keegan Bradley 70n-75s 145 + 1
Great Lakes Valley Conference Bruenenn 0-0 1-4 1 0 1 Speichinger 6 1-2 14, Magnuson 6 4-5 20, Hor- Camilo Villegas 74s-71n 145 + 1
Naperville Neuqua Valley 72, Naperville Macon 6 15 5 1238
West Division Team 3 ton 0 0-0 0, Keller 0 0-0 0, Huerta 2 1-2 6, Cupp Phil Mickelson 69s-76n 145 + 1
Central 53 Palmyra 8 7 12 431
Conf. Overall Totals 14-39 4-6 28 9 35 0 0-0 0, Baum 1 2-4 4, Dodd 0 3-4 3, Gladbach 2 Brett Stegmaier 70n-75s 145 + 1
Naperville North 74, Metea Valley 68 3-point field goalsMacon 3 (Cashatt,
W L W L Alleman 8 10 7 1035 1-2 5. Totals 17 12-19 53. Cameron Smith 76s-69n 145 + 1
Nashville 45, Anna-Jonesboro 21 Hogsett, Martin), Palmyra 3 (Kroeger 2,
Truman State 7 3 15 5 Quincy 19 9 15 1356 HIGHLAND Stewart Cink 73s-72n 145 + 1
New Trier 58, Waukegan 45 Augspurg). FoulsMacon 10, Palmyra 16.
Quincy 7 3 13 6 3-point field goalsQuincy 4-14 (Dade 2-4, Goings 0 0-0 0, Scoggin 7 4-7 19, Nunn 6 3-5 Seung-Yul Noh 71n-74s 145 + 1
Niles North 57, Niles West 46 Fouled outKroeger.
Drury 7 3 12 6 Bland 1-2, Cam. Gay 1-5, Shoot 0-1, Smith 0-1, 15, Hetzler 6 1-1 13, Johnson 2 0-1 5, Parrish Luke List 71n-74s 145 + 1
Niles North 57, Maine West 46 Car. Gay 0-1), Alleman 3-13 (OKeefe 1-4, Mor-
Rockhurst 5 5 10 8 1 0-0 3, Luttrull 4 0-0 8, Jones 1 2-2 4. Totals Blayne Barber 74n-71s 145 + 1
Missouri S&T 4 6 8 11
Nokomis 59, Staunton 16 row 1-2, Hodge 1-2, Malcolm 0-1, Richmiller 27 10-16 67. Scotland County 66, Milan 21 Morgan Hoffmann 75s-70n 145 + 1
Normal Community 40, Peoria Notre Dame 32 1-2). TurnoversAlleman 22, Quincy 8. SCOTLAND COUNTY
William Jewell 2 8 7 11 Brookfield 14 6 14 1953 Jarrod Lyle 73s-72n 145 + 1
Normal University 56, Mahomet-Seymour 41 OfficialsJoe Thompson, Bret Bruington, Bair 4 1-2 10, Feeney 6 5-5 18, Bulen 1 0-0 2,
Mo.-St. Louis 1 9 7 12 Highland 28 5 17 1767 Scott Pinckney 74n-72s 146 + 2
North Shore Country Day 72, Morgan Park 56 Aaron Furrow. Creek 4 3-3 11, Davis 1 0-0 3, Anders 0 0-0 0,
Maryville 1 9 7 13 3-point field goalsHighland 3 (Scoggin, Brian Stuard 77s-69n 146 + 2
OFallon 35, Collinsville 33 Wood 1 1-2 3, Cline 0 0-0 0, Brassfield 6 0-0 15,
East Division Johnson, Parrish), Brookfield 6 (Speichinger, Zac Blair 74s-72n 146 + 2
Oak Lawn Community 71, Tinley Park 52 Whitaker 2 0-0 4. Totals 25 10-12 66.
Conf. Overall Quincy Notre Dame 82, Magnuson 3, Huerta). FoulsHighland 14, Bill Haas 72n-74s 146 + 2
Oak Park River Forest 64, Hinsdale Central MILAN
W L W L Burlington Notre Dame 61 Brookfield 16. Fouled Out None. Brian Smock 71n-75s 146 + 2
61, OT Martinez 1 0-0 2, Weaver 0 2-3 2, Sawyer 1 0-0
Indianapolis 9 1 15 3 QND (16-4) Will MacKenzie 77s-69n 146 + 2
Okawville 54, Columbia 52 2, DeRyke 1 0-0 2, Michael 2 0-0 4, McCollum 0
Bellarmine 9 1 16 3 Player fg-fga ft-fta reb pf pts Monroe City 46, Marion County 31 Jason Day 72n-74s 146 + 2
Oregon 57, Mendota 44 0-0 0, Zeigler 4 1-7 9, Buell 0 0-0 0, Sylvester 0
Wis.-Parkside 8 2 15 3 Cramsey 7-8 3-3 3 2 17 MARION COUNTY Geoff Ogilvy 71s-75n 146 + 2
Oswego 54, Plainfield Central 39 0-0 0, Niasse 0 0-0 0. Totals 9 3-10 21.
Lewis 6 4 14 6 Bottorff 8-12 5-5 1 1 22 Smith 1 0-0 3, Stratton 1 4-6 6, Plunkett 0 2-2 Scott Langley 75s-71n 146 + 2
Ottawa 60, Rochelle 50 Scotland County 23 24 14 566
So. Indiana 5 5 13 7 Stuckman 5-7 1-2 4 2 13 2, Bowdish 0 1-2 1, Booth 3 1-1 7, Mortensen Sung Kang 71s-75n 146 + 2
Payson Seymour 68, Southeastern 33 Milan 8 6 1 621
Saint Josephs 4 6 8 11 Welper 0-1 2-2 4 3 2 1 0-0 3, Schulz 2 0-0 4, Foster 2 1-2 5. Totals Cameron Tringale 69n-78s 147 + 3
Pearl City 52, Lanark Eastland 50 3-point field goalsScotland County 6
McKendree 3 7 10 8 Mayfield 4-5 5-6 4 2 13 10 7-13 31. Alex Cejka 74n-73s 147 + 3
Peoria (H.S.) 60, Normal West 54 (Bair, Feeney, Davis, Bassfield 3), Milan 0.
Illinois-Springfield 2 8 8 12 Reis 2-6 3-4 1 2 8 MONROE CITY Emiliano Grillo 77s-70n 147 + 3
Pinckneyville 58, Sparta 35 Fouls Scotland County 13, Milan 13. Fouled
Thursdays Games Willer 1-2 0-0 2 0 2 McAfee 0 1-2 1, Bichsel 1 0-0 2, Talton 1 1-2 Whee Kim 73s-74n 147 + 3
Pittsfield 57, Petersburg PORTA 36 out Michael.
Drury 79, Quincy 76 Little 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 3, Hays 0 0-0 0, Osborn 4 1-1 9, Burns 0 0-5 Brian Davis 72n-75s 147 + 3
Plainfield North 69, Plainfield South 57
Truman State 82, Missouri S&T 69 Ray 2-6 0-0 3 2 4 0, Holland 0 0-0 0, Mehrer 0 0-0 0, Speaks 5 Andres Gonzales 76s-71n 147 + 3
Pontiac 63, Stanford Olympia 56 Clark County 62, Mark Twain 25
Rockhurst 72, Maryville 59 Copley 0-1 1-3 1 1 1 4-10 14, Ryan 0 0-0 0, Minter 6 4-8 17. Totals Patrick Rodgers 74n-73s 147 + 3
Prairie Central 41, Illinois Valley Central 37 CLARK COUNTY
Missouri-St. Louis 68, William Jewell 51 Hyer 0-2 1-2 4 1 1 17 11-28 46. Luke Guthrie 71n-76s 147 + 3
Providence-St. Mel 71, Marmion 68 Schantz 1 0-0 2, Bergman 4 2-2 12, Ross 0 0-0
McKendree 92, Wisconsin-Parkside 85 Hoebing 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 Marion County 13 5 7 631 Nick Watney 71n-76s 147 + 3
Proviso East 61, Downers South 58 0, Schutte 3 0-0 9, Bevans 2 1-2 5, Campbell 7
Lewis 88, Illinois-Springfield 80 Peters 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Monroe City 9 9 16 1246 Retief Goosen 71n-76s 147 + 3
Quincy 56, Rock Island Alleman 35 0-3 14, O Brien 2 0-0 4, McCluskey 5 0-0 10, St.
Indianapolis 82, Southern Indiana 78 Wallingford 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-point field goalsMonroe City 1 (Minter), Dicky Pride 74s-73n 147 + 3
Richwoods 64, Danville 63, OT Clair 3 0-0 6. Totals 27 3-7 62.
Bellarmine 113, Saint Josephs 60 Team 2 Marion County 2 (Smith, Mortensen). Fouls Spencer Levin 76s-72n 148 + 4
Riverdale 55, Orion 50 MARK TWAIN
Saturdays Games Totals 29-53 21-27 29 16 82 Monroe City 14, Marion County 20. Fouled Francesco Molinari 75s-73n 148 + 4
Riverside 71, Wheaton Academy 58 Calvin 1 0-0 3, Ford 0 1-2 1, Lathrom 1 3-4 6,
Quincy at Missouri S&T, 3:15 p.m. BND (10-6) outSchulz. Cameron Percy 72n-76s 148 + 4
Rock Island 75, Moline 57 Jones 0 0-0 0, Epperson 3 2-2 8, Neff 0 0-0
Rockhurst at Missouri-St. Louis, 3 p.m. Player fg-fga ft-fta reb pf pts Andrew Landry 76s-72n 148 + 4
Rockford Boylan 73, Harlem 66 0, Smashey 0 0-0 0, Spoonhower 2 1-3 5,
Wisc.-Parkside at Illinois-Springfield, 3 p.m. Brice Garnett 74s-74n 148 + 4
Rockford Christian 49, Richmond-Burton 41 Williams 8-11 4-7 5 2 21 Palmyra 72, Macon 60 Hawkinson 0 0-0 0, Eddington 1 0-0 2, Ferry 0 Tim Wilkinson 75n-74s 149 + 5
Wiliam Jewell at Maryville, 3 p.m. Johs 2-5 1-2 2 4 5
Rockford Christian Life 74, Mooseheart 42 MACON 0-0 0. Totals 8 7-11 25.
Lewis at McKendree, 3 p.m. Delaney 5-5 0-1 3 2 10 Bryce Molder 77s-72n 149 + 5
Rockridge 51, Erie 33 Bray 3 1-2 9, Kothe 0 0-0 0, Roth 8 2-3 19, Clark County 20 17 12 1362
Saint Josephs at Southern Indiana, 3 p.m. Giannettino 2-2 0-0 1 4 4 Shawn Stefani 76s-73n 149 + 5
Romeoville 52, Oswego East 46 Burden 1 0-0 3, Foster 3 2-3 8, Hogseth 3 6-6 Mark Twain 10 7 4 425
Truman State at Drury, 3:15 p.m. Klossing 1-5 0-0 1 1 2 Chris Riley 75s-74n 149 + 5
Sandoval 75, Odin 61 12, Waller 3 0-0 6, Dwiggins 1 1-2 3. Totals 22 3-point field goalsClark County 5 (Schutte
Indianapolis at Bellarmine, 8 p.m. Wilcox 3-4 4-4 2 1 11 Nick Taylor 76s-73n 149 + 5
Sherrard 72, Hall 47 12-16 60. 3, Bergman 2), Mark Twain 2 (Calvin, Lath-
Tjaden 1-3 0-0 0 3 3 Mark Hubbard 74s-75n 149 + 5
Springfield Southeast 58, Rochester 34 PALMYRA (11-8) rom). FoulsClark County 12, Mark Twain 5.
Women St. Francis 61, Montini 59 Meeker 1-1 2-2 0 0 5 Meny 7 10-11 27, Bross 2 0-0 5, McKinney 1 Fouled outnone.
Anirban Lahiri 80s-70n 150 + 6
Great Lakes Valley Conference Dance 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Michael Putnam 72n-78s 150 + 6
St. Thomas More 61, Monticello 60 0-0 2, Nix 4 8-8 16, Plunkett 5 5-5 15, Doyle 3
West Division Osborn 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Lucas Lee 79s-71n 150 + 6
Steeleville 70, New Athens 34 1-2 7, Obert 0 0-2 0, Wilson 0 0-0 0. Totals 22
Conf. Overall Sterling 49, Geneseo 44 Riniker 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 24-27 72. Schuyler County 55, Knox County 45 Miguel Angel Carballo 78s-72n 150 + 6
W L W L Schwenker 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 KNOX COUNTY Boo Weekley 70n-80s 150 + 6
Sterling Newman 67, Amboy 33 Macon 11 13 14 2260
Quincy 8 2 17 2 Kies 0-1 0-1 0 0 0 McCabe 3 2-5 9, Miller 3 1-6 7, Harrison 1 0-0 Brendon de Jonge 77s-73n 150 + 6
Taylorville 49, Salem 38 Palmyra 19 15 12 2672
Drury 8 2 15 3 Team 1 2, Hamlin 1 0-2 3, Anderson 6 1-2 17, Mason Rhein Gibson 71n-79s 150 + 6
Teutopolis 71, Breese Mater Dei 49 3-point field goalsMacon 4 (Bray 2, Roth,
Truman State 8 2 14 6 Totals 23-38 11-17 15 18 61 1 1-2 3, Winter 0 0-0 0, Poston 1 2-2 4. Totals Sam Saunders 73n-77s 150 + 6
Thornton Fractional South 62, Bremen 47 Burden), Palmyra 4 (Meny 3, Bross). Fouls
Rockhurst 4 6 11 7 QND 12 22 22 2782 16 7-19 45. Abraham Ancer 73n-77s 150 + 6
Tremont 56, Flanagan 50 Macon 18, Palmyra 14. Fouled outNone.
Maryville 3 7 9 8 BND 15 17 18 1161 SCHUYLER COUNTY Casey Wittenberg 77s-73n 150 + 6
Trenton Wesclin 50, Red Bud 39
William Jewell 3 7 8 13 3-point field goalsQND 4-14 (Stuckman 2-3, Mad. Fowler 1 0-0 2, Dixon 1 0-0 2, Buckallew Hunter Stewart 73n-78s 151 + 7
Vandalia 69, Litchfield 58 Scotland County 73, Milan 53
Missouri S&T 2 8 6 11 Reis 1-4, Bottorff 1-2, Ray 0-2, Mayfield 0-1, 3 0-0 6, Ruth 0 1-2 1, Wilson 5 2-6 12, Mac. Xander Schauffele 75s-76n 151 + 7
Watseka 52, Cissna Park 22 MILAN
Mo.-St. Louis 2 8 7 11 Little 0-1, Hoebing 0-1), BND 4-11 (Williams Fowler 0 0-0 0, Morris 0 4-6 4, Hamilton 0 0-0 0, Tyler Aldridge 79s-72n 151 + 7
Wells 42, Douglass 29 Douk 0 0-0 0, Gonzalez 1 0-0 3, Bohle 9 4-8 25,
East Division 1-3, Tjaden 1-2, Wilcox 1-1, Meeker 1-1, Haley 4 2-2 10, Small 6 1-2 14, Schubert 1 2-6 4. D.H. Lee 74n-78s 152 + 8
West Chicago 57, Bartlett 53 Curiel 3 3-8 9, Sanders 3 0-1 6, Shipley 0 0-0
Conf. Overall Johs 0-2, Klossing 0-2). AssistsQND 12 Totals 21 12-24 55. Wes Roach 78s-74n 152 + 8
Westminster Christian 51, Rockford Keith 45 0, Diaz 1 2-4 4, Head 1 0-0 2, Bankas 2 0-0 4,
W L W L (Cramsey 3), BND 10 (Williams 4). Steals Knox Co. 13 9 12 11 45 Carl Pettersson 77s-76n 153 + 9
Wheaton North 54, Glenbard West 51 Coronado 0 0-0 0. Totals 20 9-21 53.
Lewis 10 0 19 1 QND 13 (Cramsey 4), BND 7 (Delaney 2). Schuyler Co. 13 18 13 11 55 Charlie Beljan 76n-77s 153 + 9
Wheaton Warrenville South 49, Lake Park 26 SCOTLAND COUNTY
Bellarmine 8 2 14 2 Blocked shotsQND 1 (Mayfield), BND 1 3-point field goals Knox County 6 (Mc- Jeff Karlsson 75n-79s 154 + 10
Williamsville 62, Quest Academy 57, OT Monroe 0 0-0 0, Cooley 1 1-2 3, C. Doubet 4 2-2
Saint Josephs 6 4 13 7 (Johs). TurnoversQND 15, BND 24. Cabe, Hamlin, Anderson 4), Schuyler County Rory Sabbatini 74n-81s 155 + 11
Willowbrook 85, Addison Trail 82, 4OT 12, Knupp 9 2-2 20, Pence 3 3-6 10, Terrill 0 0-0
McKendree 5 5 10 10 1 (Small). Fouls Knox County 22, Schuyler Ryo Ishikawa 79n-76s 155 + 11
York 54, Lyons 43 0, Fromm 2 0-0 5, Campbell 2 1-1 5, Z. Doubet 2
Wis.-Parkside 5 5 11 7 County 19. Fouled out Haley, Small. George McNeill 72n-84s 156 + 12
Auburn Tournament Pittsfield 57, Porta 36 1-4 5, Buford 5 2-2 13. Totals 28 12-19 73. Robert Allenby 76n-80s 156 + 12
Indianapolis 4 6 6 14 Auburn 62, South County 47 PITTSFIELD Milan 9 16 13 1553 Darron Stiles 80s-80n 160 + 16
So. Indiana 3 7 10 8 Hartsburg-Emden 48, North Mac 45 Mendenhall 0 0-0 0, Still 0 0-2 0, Leahy 4 0-0 Scotland County 14 28 12 1973
Ill.-Springfield
Thursdays Games
1 9 6 11 Springfield Lutheran 44, Calvary 32
Beardstown Tournament
9, Ator 0 0-0 0, Drone 1 3-4 5, Ashburn 3 3-5 9,
Personett 12 0-0 24, Hull 1 0-0 2, Ramsey 3 2-2
3-point field goalsMilan 4 (Bohle 3, Gonza-
lez), Scotland County 5 (C. Doubet 2, Pence,
GOLF
Drury 76, Quincy 65
Truman State 51, Missouri S&T 42
North Greene 58, Midwest Central 50
South Fulton 51, Concord (Triopia) 32
8. Totals 24 8-13 57.
PORTA
Fromm, Buford). FoulsMilan 16, Scotland
County 19. Fouled outnone. PGA Scores TRANSACTIONS
Maryville 68, Rockhurst 62 Decatur Thanksgiving Tourney Watson 1 1-1 3, Leigh 0 0-0 0, Atterberry 0 0-0
William Jewell 50, Missouri-St. Louis 48 Springfield Lanphier 80, Eisenhower 76, OT Farmers Insurance BASEBALL
0, Daughtery 0 0-0 0, Toyne 1 0-1 3, Muller 6 Knox County 67, Schuyler County 51
Indianapolis 73, Southern Indiana 64 Greater Egyptian Tournament Friday American League
1-2 16, Noll 1 0-1 3, Allen 4 0-2 8, Wenda 0 0-0 KNOX COUNTY
Bellarmine 85, Saint JoSephs 65 Crab Orchard 71, Norris City 58 San Diego BALTIMORE ORIOLES Assigned OF Joey
0, Curry 1 2-4 4, Cuba 0 0-0 0, Sawage 0 0-0 0. Talton 7 1-4 15, Klocke 0 0-0 0, McCarty 0 0-0
Lewis 63, Illinois-Springfield 41 Gallatin County 60, Galatia 42 Purse: $5 million Terdoslavich outright to Norfolk (IL).
Totals 14 4-11 36. 0, Edwards 4 0-0 9, Strange 2 0-1 4, G. Miller 0
McKendree 44, Wisconsin-Parkside 43 Thompsonville 47, Pope County 26 s-Torrey Pines, South Course: Yardage: BOSTON RED SOX Agreed to terms with
Pittsfield 16 16 15 1057 2-2 2, Sullens 1 4-4 6, Ward 0 0-0 0, Cahalan 4
Saturdays Games Interstate 8 Tournament 7,698; Par: 72 (36-36) LHP Robbie Ross on a one-year contract.
Porta 11 7 16 236 0-0 12, H. Miller 3 2- 2 9, L. Miller 0 0-0 0, Clary
Quincy at Missouri S&T, 1 p.m. Seventh Place n-Torrey Pines, North Course: Yardage: KANSAS CITY ROYALS Agreed to
3-point field goals Pittsfield 1 (Leahy), 3 4-5 10. Totals 24 13-17 67.
Rockhurst at Missouri-St. Louis, 1 p.m. Streator 47, Westmont 32 7,052; Par: 72 (36-36) terms with RHP Ian Kennedy on a five-year
Porta 4 (Muller 3, Watson 1). Fouls Pitts- SCHUYLER COUNTY
William Jewell at Maryville, 1 p.m. Third Place Second Round contract. Designated RHP Louis Coleman for
field 15, Porta 16. Fouled out none. M. Wheeler 3 2-2 8, Cohagen 0 0-0 0, Grant 3
Wisc.-Parkside at Illinois-Springfield, 1 p.m. Plano 54, Peotone 52 Gary Woodland 68n-67s 135 -9 assignment.
Lewis at McKendree, 1 p.m. 0-0 6, Nelson 2 0-0 5, Hubbart 0 0-0 0, Veatch K.J. Choi 68s-67n 135 -9 TORONTO BLUE JAYS Agreed to terms
Championship Macomb 48, Central 43
Saint Josephs at Southern Indiana, 1 p.m. 2 0-0 5, Roberts 5 2-3 15, N. Wheeler 1 0-0 2, Dustin Johnson 70s-66n 136 -8 with INF Maicer Izturis on a minor league
Reed-Custer 56, Sandwich 53 MACOMB
Truman State at Drury, 1 p.m. Renick 4 2-3 10. Totals 21 6-8 51. Martin Laird 69s-68n 137 -7 contract.
Little Illini Conference Tourney Woods 2 0-2 4, Carter 0 0-0 0, Hannant 9 6-6
Indianapolis at Bellarmine, 5:45 p.m. Knox County 16 25 15 1167 Scott Brown 66s-71n 137 -7 National League
Consolation Championship 25, Adler 0 0-0 0, Wetterling 0 1-2 1, Piper 0 Schuyler County 14 11 14 1251 Billy Horschel 67n-70s 137 -7 CHICAGO CUBS Agreed to terms with
Olney 59, Red Hill 44 Third Place
Prep Scores Marshall 52, Flora 47 Championship
Lawrenceville 67, Robinson 60, OT
0-0 0, Burke 1 2-3 4, Rash 1 0-0 2, Vyhnanek
1 0-1 2, Foxall 1 0-1 2, Fayhee 3 3-4 10. Totals
3-point field goalsKnox County 6 (Cahalan
4, H. Miller, Edwards), Schuyler County 3
Freddie Jacobson
Kevin Streelman
69s-69n 138
69s-69n 138
-6
-6
RHPs Stephen Fife, Brandon Gomes, Jean
Machi, Jonathan Pettibone and Drew Rucin-
14 12-19 48.
Illinois Boys LOVC Tournament CENTRAL
(Roberts, Veatch, Nelson). FoulsKnox
County 14, Schuyler County 15. Fouled
Si Woo Kim 70n-68s 138 -6 ski; LHPs Luis Cruz and Jack Leathersich;
Algonquin (Jacobs) 38, McHenry 34 Consolation Final Chad Campbell 72s-66n 138 -6 INFs Jesus Guzman, Munenori Kawasaki and
Rigg 5 0-0 14, Dearwester 2 0-0 4, Marlow 6 outnone. J.B. Holmes 70n-68s 138 -6 Kristopher Negron; OF Juan Perez; and C Tim
Ashton-Franklin Center 77, Forreston 41 Sangamon Valley 64, Okaw Valley 60 4-6 19, Buss 3 0-0 6, Jibben 0 0-0 0, Williams John Huh 69n-69s 138 -6 Federowicz on minor league contracts.
Athens 54, Delavan 48 Third Place 0 0-0 0, Neisen 0 0-0 0, Jones 0 0-0 0. Totals Centralia 53, South Shelby 44 Rob Oppenheim 67n-71s 138 -6 NEW YORK METS Agreed to terms with
Aurora (West Aurora) 58, Aurora (East) 57 Decatur Lutheran 39, Arthur-Lovington 26 16 4-6 43. SOUTH SHELBY Brian Harman 69s-70n 139 -5 2B Neil Walker on a one-year contract.
Bartonville (Limestone) 77, East Peoria 65 Championship Macomb 10 12 9 1748 Morrow 6 5-9 19, Ju. Adams 0 0-0 0, JJ Adams Ben Crane 71s-68n 139 -5 PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Claimed LHP
Batavia 54, Streamwood 52 Arcola 57, Argenta-Oreana 53 Central 13 10 9 1143 0 0-0 0, D. Wood 7 0-0 14, Chapin 0 0-0 0, B. Derek Fathauer 74s-65n 139 -5 Bobby LaFromboise off waivers from the
Belleville (Althoff Catholic) 67, Carbondale 51 Lincoln Trail Conference Tournament 3-point field goals Macomb 2 (Fayhee, Wood 0 0-0 0, Wear 4 3-8 11, Farrell 0 0-0 0, Michael Kim 70n-69s 139 -5 L.A. Angels.
Belvidere 65, Freeport 45 Mercer County60, Biggsville West Central 45 Hannant). Central 7 (Rigg 4, Marlow 3). Boling 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 8-17 44. Jim Herman 69n-71s 140 -4 FOOTBALL
Benton 63, Herrin 52 Annawan 43, Galva 31 Fouls Macomb 10, Central 15. Fouled CENTRALIA Angel Cabrera 70n-70s 140 -4 National Football League
Bethalto Civic Memorial 63, Waterloo 58 ROWVA 63, Stark County 36 out none Randolph 5 3-3 15, Dowell 0 0-0 0, Romina 0 Smylie Kaufman 69s-71n 140 -4 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Signed TE Travis
Bloomington 78, Champaign Centennial 42 Wethersfield 56, Monmouth United 47
Bloomington Central Catholic 65, Eureka 33 NTC Conference 2-2 2, Lincoln 3 0-0 6, Marty 2 3-3 8, Edwards 0 Jimmy Walker 69s-71n 140 -4 Kelce to a contract extension.
Blue Island Eisenhower 74, Reavis 62 Cowden Herrick 74, Stew-Strasburg 52 Pleasant Hill 48, Western 47 0-0 0, Salisbury 3 0-0 6, Smith 5 3-6 13, Davis 1 Brendan Steele 68n-72s 140 -4 COLLEGE
Blue Ridge 69, Buffalo Tri-City 42 Dieterich 32, Effingham St. Anthony 31 PLEASANT HILL (7-9) 0-1 3. Totals 19 11-15 53. Patton Kizzire 67n-73s 140 -4 MICHIGAN Named Warde Manuel
Bolingbrook 51, Stagg 38 Tri-County Tournament Crane 0 0-0 0, Moyers 3 0-0 6, Edwards 2 9-11 South Shelby 16 7 10 1144 Paul Dunne 69s-71n 140 -4 athletic director and signed him to a five-year
Bradley-Bourbonnais 89, Thornwood 87, 2OT Consolation 14, Root 4 1-4 10, Peebles 2 2-7 6, Miller 5 2-3 Centralia 14 17 13 953 Bud Cauley 71s-69n 140 -4 contract.
Breese Central 83, Freeburg 47 DePue 57, Woodland 41 Championship 12. Totals 16 14-25 48. 3-point field goalsSouth Shelby 2 (Morrow Bronson Burgoon 72s-68n 140 -4 NORTH CAROLINA Named Chad Scott
Brimfield 62, Bushnell (B.-Prairie City) 29 Ottawa Marquette 45, Putnam County 43 WESTERN 2), Centralia 4 (Randolph 2, Marty, Davis). Michael Thompson 70n-71s 141 -3 tight ends/hybrids coach. Announced
Buffalo Grove 64, Rolling Meadows 57 Bradshaw 1 1-1 3, Billings 2 3-4 7, Hively 4 0-0 FoulsSouth Shelby 12, Centralia 17. Fouled Steve Marino 69n-72s 141 -3 womens basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell
8, Goertz 0 0-0 0, Bryant 7 2-4 17, Schwanke 6 outMorrow. J.J. Henry 70n-71s 141 -3 will serve a one-game suspension by the
Burlington Central 88, North Boone 63
Cahokia 58, Mount Vernon 49
Illinois Girls 0-0 12, Malone 0 0-0 0. Totals 20 6-9 47. Chesson Hadley 68s-73n 141 -3 school and an additional game by the NCAA
Antioch 63, Lakes Community 36 Pleasant Hill 8 6 16 1848 Adam Hadwin 71n-70s 141 -3 for for making contact with an official Sun-
Carlyle 83, Pana 62 Fort Zumwalt North Tournament
Argo 59, Evergreen Park 40 Western 15 9 14 947 Jhonattan Vegas 72s-69n 141 -3 days game and womens assistant basketball
Carterville 56, DuQuoin 50 Aurora (East) 47, Aurora (West Aurora) 41 Carnahan 54, Hannibal 41
Cary-Grove 45, Huntley 43 3-point field goalsPleasant Hill 2 (Edwards, HANNIBAL Charles Howell III 70n-71s 141 -3 coach Tracey Williams-Johnson will be
Bartlett 56, West Chicago 25 Root), Western 1 (Bryant). FoulsPleasant Hudson Swafford 70s-71n 141 -3 suspended for one game by the NCAA for the
Centralia 50, Marion 38 Buffalo Grove 64, Rolling Meadows 57 D. Jones 5 0-0 11, Watson 2 0-0 6, E. Jones
Champaign Judah Christian 57, DeLand 35 Hill 13, Western 20. Fouled outBradshaw, 0 0-0 0, Mendez 0 0-0 0, Rademan 5 1-3 14, Scott Stallings 68n-73s 141 -3 same incident.
Bushnell-Prairie City 50, Oneida (ROWVA) 31 Hively. Ollie Schniederjans 69n-72s 141 -3 NOTRE DAME Agreed to terms with foot-
Chatham Glenwood 67, MacArthur 62 Deerfield 66, Maine East 63 Griffith 2 0-0 5, Douglas 1 3-4 5. Totals 15 4-7 41
Andrew Loupe 66n-75s 141 -3 ball coach Brian Kelly on a six-year contract.
| SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016

1B | SPORTS
SPORTS EDITOR DAVID ADAM, 217-221-3376 | SUBMIT SCORES SPORTS@WHIG.COM | ONLINE AT WHIG.COM/SPORTS
Cody Leonard providing spark
to improved QU defense. 6B

Fourth-quarter blitz sinks Raiders


PREP FOOTBALL: Titans score four consecutive touchdowns to give QND first West Central Conference loss since joining league in 2013

QND 42 is also the first victory for ei- the West Hancock sideline for
WEST HANCOCK 56 ther of the schools the form the a touchdown to give the Ti-
West Hancock co-op Hamil- tans a three-score lead with 4
By MAT MIKESELL ton and Warsaw since 1993. minutes, 57 seconds left in the
Sports Writer | 217-221-3365 This is amazing to feel game.
mmikesell@whig.com | @MikesellWHIG
this, West Hancock quarter- I just had to score the touch-
back Bryce Buckert said. This down, Buckert said. I knew it
WARSAW, Ill. The at- makes us feel good. Weve been was going to be a big factor in
mosphere resembled winning wanting to beat these guys for a that game.
a game much bigger than one while, and doing that makes us West Hancock coach Travis
in the fifth week of the football feel even better. Cook knew it, too, as he sprint-
season. Buckert delivered the game- ed down the sideline behind
But the West Hancock foot- clinching play to send the Buckert.
ball team had plenty to cel- crowd, student section and I was hoping I better get off
ebrate Friday night. West Hancock sidelines into the field so I dont get a penalty,
West Hancock scored 26 euphoria. Cook said. I immediately dart-
straight points in the fourth On the first play of QNDs ed off to the sideline. But how
quarter to turn a four-point drive after West Hancock took big is that? Bryce was an extra
deficit into a 56-42 victory over a 50-34 lead, Raiders quar- defensive back on the play, and
Quincy Notre Dame, handing terback Landon Peters rolled theres no doubt hes the kid I
the Raiders their first West out to his left and fired a pass. wanted in on that play.
Central Conference loss since Buckert intercepted Peters West Hancocks Brett Hammel and Bryce Wilson bring down QNDs Zach McDonald
joining the league in 2013. It and sprinted 43 yards down BLITZ continues on 3B during Friday nights game in Warsaw. | H-W Photo/Jake Shane

BROCK OF AGES
Mustangs
do more
with less,
Record-setting 304 yards, six touchdowns help
Blue Devils move into drivers seat for WB6 title go to 5-0
UNITY-PAYSON 28
ROCK ISLAND 37 CENTRAL 14
QHS 52
By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF
By MATT SCHUCKMAN
Senior Writer | 217-221-3366 CAMP POINT, Ill. The
mschuckman@whig.com | @SchuckWHIG
Unity-Payson football team
had the football nearly a third
QUINCY Jirehl Brock of the time that Central had it
wasnt going to disguise his ex- Friday night, but it didnt stop
haustion with any false bravado. the Mustangs from posting a
Oh, yeah, I got tired, Brock 28-14 victory.
said. I was tired, but I had to A lack of having the ball
keep pushing. motivated the Mustangs once
So any rest Quincy High School they got the football back.
football coach Rick Little gives We werent out there a
his sophomore running back, its whole lot (on offense), said
well deserved. Unity quarterback Brodie
Brock challenged the Western Dunker, whose team had the
Big Six Conference single-game ball for less than 13 of the
rushing record Friday night, games 48 minutes. (Central)
rumbling for 304 yards and ty- was holding onto the football
ing the single-game school and and grinding out yards. We
conference record with six touch- knew we had to do something
downs as the Blue Devils took with the ball when we had it.
control of the WB6 title chase Dunker passed for 282
with a 52-37 victory at Flinn Sta- yards and four touchdowns
dium. in the Western Illinois Valley
Quincy (4-1, 2-0 WB6) is the Conference victory.
only unbeaten team in the league The Panthers had three
after knocking off the defending drives of more than seven min-
champion, and the next three utes. Trailing 21-8, Central
WB6 games come against teams took the second-half kickoff
with a combined record of 3-11. and reeled off 21 plays. Devon
It makes winning the programs Buss was ultimately stopped
first outright WB6 title since 1974 on fourth and 3 at the Mus-
a legitimate possibility. tangs 16-yard line with 40 sec-
I told the guys when we were onds left in the third quarter.
taking a knee at the end that this The Panthers got the ball
is the way Im built, Little said. at midfield early in the fourth
Im already thinking about the Quincys Jirehl Brock is grabbed by Rock Islands Tavion Brooks as he reaches the football across the goal line for a quarter. Unitys Luke Crow
next game. Im thinking, This is touchdown in the second quarter of Friday nights game at Flinn Stadium. | H-W Photo/Michael Kipley stopped running back Cole
what we have to do here. This is Williams for a 4-yard loss on
what we have to do there. on Quincys first play of the game, who rushed for 330 yards against The Blue Devils used that ani- third and 2. Dakota Ehrhardt
But Id be lying to you if I said Brock continued to churn. He Galesburg in 2011, and Brock malistic nature to put the game then dropped quarterback
this wasnt a huge, huge game for carried the ball 31 times, enjoyed should have ample opportunity away in the second half. Zach Rankin for a 6-yard loss,
us. Were in the drivers seat and nine runs of 10 yards or more and to challenge it again. Leading 24-21 at halftime, one of his team-high 11 tackles.
we have to continue to play well had league historians looking up Its such a great thing because Quincy gambled on the opening (Central) beat us up front,
and work toward that next win. the single-game rushing record he can come back next year and possession of the third quarter, Unity coach Kevin Krietemey-
More steady doses of Brock will during the second half. the year after that, Quincy left lining up on fourth and 1 from er said. They kept the ball for
help. That record belongs to Rock tackle Payton Brunier said. Hes basically two full quarters.
After bursting free for 55 yards Islands Brandon Richardson, such an animal. AGES continues on 2B They played their game.
Buss led the Panthers by
rushing for 187 yards and two
touchdowns on 50 carries.
Cory Miller caught two touch-

Cubs 98th victory most since 1945 down passes from Dunker in
the first half on passes of 13 and
18 yards. Todd Kelly also made
two scoring catches one in
CARDINALS 0 Chicago Cubs, either. A lot of the time more effort struck out the side on 11 pitches each half of 29 and 5 yards for
CUBS 5 Arrieta showed Friday he can creates some inconsistencies in in the first inning, a reference to Unity, ranked No. 4 in Class 2A
still dominant. And he figures its my delivery, Arrieta said. Try- his 22-win 2015 season that in- and now 5-0, 3-0 in the WIVC
By MIKE CRANSTON because hes stopped trying so ing to do more than I have to. I cluded a 1.77 ERA. Arrieta said North. Central is 3-2, 1-2.
Associated Press hard. had several outs today where I competitiveness and stubborn- We made the stops when
Arrieta struck out 10 in seven took my foot off the gas and I was ness have been the reasons his we needed to, Krietemeyer
CHICAGO Jake Arrieta al- innings and the Cubs beat the at 60-70 percent and got nice, walks, hits and runs are up from said. (Central) does a great
most certainly wont win a sec- sloppy St. Louis Cardinals 5-0 for easy groundballs to second base a year ago. job running the ball and con-
ond straight NL Cy Young Award. their 98th victory, the most since or shortstop. Weve been hyper-critical of trolling the clock. We found
He likely wont be the No. 1 or 2 they last played in the World Se- Manager Joe Maddon said Ar- things tonight we need to
postseason pitcher for the loaded ries in 1945. rieta looked familiar when he VICTORY continues on 5B work on.
2B | SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 HERALD-WHIG | WHIG.COM

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Tynans TD caps Hornets rally Lindenmulder


By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF

TRIOPIA, Ill. Devin Tynan scored on a


Tynan pulled Brown County within two
points on a 39-yard run with six minutes
remaining.
for 244 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

ILLINI WEST 58, PEORIA HEIGHTS 29


helps QU put
away Knights
70-yard touchdown with 2:34 remaining to Artman gains 274 yards
give Brown County its ATHENS 55, PITTSFIELD 20
first lead of the game, Saukees allow four CARTHAGE, Ill. Connor Artman ran
and Carter Lewis for 274 yards and Illini West piled up 543
intercepted a pass on
touchdowns in first quarter yards rushing in a 58-29 victory over Peoria
Triopias final drive as ATHENS, Ill. The Pittsfield football Heights Friday night. By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF
the Hornets won 36-30 team gave up four touchdowns in the first Illini West led just 16-6 after one half
in a Western Illinois quarter to host Athens and eventually fell before the two teams combined for 65 QUINCY Bekah Raebel had 15 kills, but the Quincy Universi-
Valley Conference 55-20 Friday night in a Sangamo Conference points. Artman had touchdown runs of 91 ty womens volleyball team needed three kills from Emily Linden-
game and gave Tom game. and 65 yards in the fourth quarter, and Joe mulder to close out Friday nights Great Lakes Valley Conference
Little his 100th career Lewis In the second quarter, Pittsfield quarter Adkisson added a late 24-yard touchdown match in a 25-21, 25-21, 20-25, 27-25 victory over Bellarmine.
coaching victory. Interception ends back Noah Mendenhall threw a 91-yard run. Nick Vorhies added 110 yards rushing for Bellarmine pulled within one point late in the first set, but a kill
Triopia had a 22-6 Triopias final drive touchdown pass to James Gwartney to put Illini West. from Taylor McMonagle and Rachel Shores service ace put the
halftime lead, but in fourth quarter Pittsfield (0-5) on the board. The Saukees Blake Begner kept Peoria Heights in the set away. Bellarmine (9-3, 0-3 GLVC) tied the second set 13-13,
Darian Drake got added two more scores in the third quarter, game by passing for 391 yards, completing 30 but a series of kills from McMonagle and Raebel helped QU (7-5,
Brown Countys rally started when he broke one on a 1 yard run by Mendenhall and the of 52 passes. 2-1 GLVC) win. The Hawks dropped the third set when a 17-17 tie
loose for a 50-yard touchdown run. A Triopia second on another Gwartney receiving was broken up with three consecutive errors.
touchdown gave the Trojans a 30-14 lead, but touchdown for 33 yards. Athens is now 5-0. EDITORS NOTE: No information on the
Drake scored on another 50-yard touchdown Pittsfield is 0-5. Pleasant Hill-Carrollton game was available EMPORIA, KAN.
run as the third quarter came to a close. Mendenhall completed nine of 16 passes as of press time. QU tennis teams win one match
The Quincy University mens and womens tennis teams com-
bined to win one match out of 18 on Saturday, with the men losing
9-0 to Emporia State University and the womens doubles team of
Amy Kuhle and Elizabeth Kuenzi pulling out the only victory in an
8-1 loss.
Danyil Vayser came the closest to winning a match for the
Hawks, losing 6-2, 7-6 (7-5). Rebecca McIsaac split sets at No. 4
singles but lost a 10-6 tiebreaker.

CANTON, MO.
C-SC no match for Peru State
Culver-Stockton womens volleyball fell to Peru State 25-13,
25-13, 25-7 on Friday in a Heart of America Athletic Conference
game. Monica Bumbry had seven kills and India Green dished out
13 assists for the Wildcats (3-12, 0-3). Anna Stock and McKenna
Weaver had seven digs each.

ROCK ISLAND, ILL.


QUs McClure takes eighth
The Quincy University and Culver-Stockton mens and wom-
ens cross country teams competed at the Brissman-Lundeen
Invitational Friday afternoon.
The QU women and C-SC mens and womens teams did not
compete as a team. The best finisher was QUs Megan McClure,
who finished in eighth place with a time of 24:06.
QUs men finished 27th as a team. The Hawks were led by
Landon Ayers and Wendell Bias, who finished 138th and 139th
with times of 31:50.6 and 31:52.7, respectively.
The C-SC men were led by Riley Keleher, whose time of 31:28.2
was good for a tie for 128th place.
The C-SC women were led by Renate Richardson who finished
with a time of 28:21.4, good for 107th place.

Quincys Deven Smith runs down the left side of the line while being chased by Rock Islands Zach Blumberg, left, and Casey Como- { PREP GOLF ROUNDUP }
dore during the first quarter of Friday nights game at Flinn Stadium. | H-W Photo/Michael Kipley

AGES | FROM 1B Hoebing leads QND


Blue Devils score on eight out of 10 possessions to 23-stroke victory
its own 29-yard line in a I feel so safe with those It was almost like a By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF
wildcat formation. Brock guys blocking for me. boxing match, Little said.
took the direct snap and fo- When youre watching HAMILTON, Ill. The Quincy Notre Dame boys golf team
ought his way forward for
Look how big they them, you could tell theyre shot a 335 team score Friday to beat four other teams in a meet at
the necessary yard to sus- are. Just look how big gassed. Theyre done. That Deer Run Golf Course.
tain the drive. they are. I feel so safe with those defensive line is done. At Nate Hoebing shot an 80 to pace the Raiders, with Reis Dreyer
On the next play, he took that point, we were going carding an 84, David Hutson an 85 and Gavin Frese an 86.
the handoff going right,
guys. They put in work every day in to continue to run it down Macomb finished second with a 358, led by medalist Nick
found a seam off tackle practice to get better. their throat. Eltins 79. Monmouth Roseville was third with 373, and Central
and sprinted 70 yards for The Blue Devils finished finished fourth with a 394, led by Connor Bross 87.
a touchdown and 10-point Jirehl Brock, QHS running back with 482 yards on the West Hancock was fifth with a 395, led by an 85 from Ben
advantage. ground and 535 yards of Schafer.
It was one of three touch- down record set last sea- but those guys get after it. total offense with 27 first
downs he scored on a coun- son by QHS fullback Deven I feel so safe. downs, scoring on eight of CAMP POINT, ILL.
ter play with Brunier, left Smith. Look how big they When Quincy capped a their 10 possessions. Central edges Pittsfield by three
guard Tyree Williams and are. Just look how big they 78-yard drive with Brocks We knew this was one of
center Jack Sassen getting are. I feel so safe with those 17-yard scoring run late the biggest games we were The Central girls golf team won a triangular at Arrowhead
out in front and blasting guys. They put in work ev- in the third quarter, it be- going to have, Brock said. Heights with a score of 191 against Pittsfield and Payson Sey-
the hole open. ery day in practice to get came a three-possession We knew we had to beat mour Friday afternoon. Pittsfield finished three strokes behind
I feel so safe with those better. Coaches make sure game and the Blue Devils Rocky if we want to win the Central, and Payson finished with a 218.
guys blocking for me, said they get on their butts if knew they had the Rocks conference. Pittsfields Lauren Hawley was the individual medalist with a
Brock, who tied the touch- theyre not working hard, on their heels. 42. Central was led by Megan Lees 47.
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Griffith rushes for 289 yards, four TDs


By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF two 10-yard runs and Peyton Plunkett 53-yard touchdown pass and a 79-yard quarter but lost 28-6 on Friday night to onds remaining in the half, giving Knox
had a 61-yard touchdown run to give touchdown run in the second quarter. unbeaten South Callaway. County a 28-7 halftime lead.
FULTON, Mo. Hannibals running Palmyra a 28-0 first-quarter lead. Bright had another touchdown pass and South Callaway got the scoring Talton ran for a 55-yard score in the
game exploded after halftime while The second quarter was highlighted ran for another touchdown in the third started in the first quarter on Landon fourth quarter, and Miller scored from
its defense held Fulton to a scoreless by a 40-yard run for a touchdown by quarter. He finished with 282 passing Hortsmans 16-yard touchdown pass 28 yards out to cap the scoring in the
second half in a 75-22 victory Friday. Drew Begley, a 66-yard touchdown run yards. to Peyton Leeper. That touchdown was fourth quarter.
Hannibal had 405 yards rushing on by Jarom Alexander and a 41-yard field quickly answered by a 65-yard scoring
51 attempts. Hannibals Shamar Griffith goal by Noah Mencer. Begley had an SCOTLAND COUNTY 26, WESTRAN 18 run from Caleb Hirner at the end of the BROOKFIELD 21, MONROE CITY 8
had 289 rushing yards and scored four 84-yard kickoff return to start the sec- Buford scores winning first quarter, but the conversion kick Panthers outgain but
touchdowns. ond half, and the scoring was capped by failed.
The Pirates led 21-14 after one quar- a 3-yard run for a touchdown by Dakota
TD with 0:09 left to play Hortsman scored on a 41-yard touch-
cant outscore Bulldogs
ter and 34-22 at halftime. Compton in the fourth. down run in the second quarter, and BROOKFIELD, Mo. Monroe City
Grittith had two first-quarter touch- Palmyras defensive line held Louisi- MEMPHIS, Mo. Aaron Buford Bennett Kroeger added a 26-yard TD to ran for 318 yards Friday but fell to
down runs and two more in the third ana to an average of 2.6 yards per play. scored on a 25-yard touchdown pass put the Bulldogs ahead 21-6 at halftime. Brookfield 21-8 in a Clarence Cannon
quarter on back-to-back scoring drives. Braxden Neil led the Palmyra defense from Will Fromm with nine seconds left Conference game.
Billy Smashey had scoring runs of 6 and with five tackles. to give Scotland County a 26-18 victory KNOX COUNTY 40, SALISBURY 7 Monroe City (4-2) broke into the
8 yards for the Pirates. on Friday over Westran. Talton runs for 247 yards, scoring column first on a 1-yard touch-
Trevor Watson passed for 81 yards, MACON 56, SOUTH SHELBY 14 Scotland County (4-2) took a 18-6 down run from Logan Minter in the
with one drive ending in a 15-yard lead into the half after Gage Dodge
three touchdowns second quarter. Brookfield trailed 8-7
Cardinals give up
touchdown pass to Wyatt Waelder at kicked in a field goal late in the second EDINA, Mo. Noah Talton ran at halftime but scored two second-half
the end of the second quarter. Watson
56 consecutive points quarter. for 247 yards and three touchdowns touchdowns. Cale Horton caught a 43-
also made 9 of 11 conversion kicks. SHELBINA, Mo. The South Shelby Westran trailed by six late in the to lead Knox County to a 40-7 victory yard touchdown in the third quarter and
football team led 14-0 in the first quar- fourth quarter but scored a touchdown over Lewis and Clark Conference rival scored on a 35-yard run in the fourth
PALMYRA 59, LOUISIANA 0 ter, then gave up the next 56 points in a with 1:32 left in the game. A group Salisbury Friday night. quarter.
Mannings interception 56-14 loss on Friday night to Macon in a of Scotland County defenders broke Hayden Miller started the scoring for Cody Porter rushed for 94 yards
Clarence Cannon Conference game. through on the conversion kick and the Eagles with a 70-yard punt return and Cole Pennewell rushed for 48. The
return sparks rout Brock Wood, who rushed for 104 blocked it, keeping the score tied. in the first quarter. Talton got loose for Panthers outgained Brookfield 343-230
PALMYRA, Mo. Trenton Manning yards on seven carries, scored touch- an 81-yard run for his first points of the and had 14 first downs to just eight for
got the game started for Palmyra on downs from 41 and 30 yards to put the SOUTH CALLAWAY 28, MARK TWAIN 6 night, bringing the score to 20-0 after the Bulldogs.
Friday night with an interception return Cardinals ahead by two scores with Tigers unable to quell the successful 2-point conversion.
for a touchdown, and the Panthers went seven minutes played. Salisbury scored its only points in the EDITORS NOTE: No information
on to post a 59-0 victory over Louisiana Macon quarterback Nolan Bright
Bulldogs attack second quarter, leaving Knox County was received before press time on
in a Clarence Cannon Conference game. then threw two touchdowns before CENTER, Mo. The Mark Twain (4-2) with less than 40 seconds in the the Highland-Clark County and North
Clayton Hudson had touchdowns on the first quarter ended, and he had a football team was close after one half. Talton then scored with eight sec- Shelby-Pattonsburg games.

Scully
honored for
67 years
behind mike
By BETH HARRIS
AP Sports Writer

LOS ANGELES Hall


of Fame broadcaster Vin
Scully received a standing
ovation and roar from the
crowd while being intro-
duced on his appreciation
night Friday.
Holding hands with wife
Sandi, he walked from the
dugout along a blue carpet
dotted with the teams logo
to a stage set up in front
of home plate for the pre-
game ceremony.
Smiling, laughing and
waving to the crowd, Scully
placed his left hand over
his heart in a sign of grati-
tude. As the applause and
cheers continued, he shook
his head and mouthed
OK to let the crowd know
Quincy Notre Dames Reed Hyer, right, watches as West Hancocks Will Fox pursues him during Friday nights football game in Warsaw. | H-W Photo/Jake Shane fans could quiet down.
They ignored him.
BLITZ | FROM 1B Actor Kevin Costner,
baseball Commissioner
Fox rushes for 208 yards, Langford adds 188 more and 3 TDs Rob Manfred, Hall of Fame
pitcher Sandy Koufax
and Dodgers ace Clayton
The Titans needed just one play rushing on 24 carries, while Lang- I think we wore them down. We Kershaw were among the
in the fourth quarter to start the ford had 188 yards rushing and speakers set to pay tribute
scoring streak when Will Fox three scores. West Hancock had had a big play outside, and that to the 88-year-old Scully,
punched in a 2-yard run to put 439 yards and six touchdowns on opened up the middle and vice- who is retiring next week-
West Hancock ahead 36-34. QND the ground. versa. end after Los Angeles con-
(2-3, 0-1 WCC) went three-and- I think we wore them down, cludes its regular season in
out on its next series, and West Fox said. We had a big play out- West Hancock fullback Will Fox San Francisco.
Hancock was set up with excellent side, and that opened up the mid- Obviously he is a Dodg-
field position after Riley Langford dle and vice-versa. er at heart, but he called
returned the punt to the QND 31- Four of West Hancocks rushing air for its offense. Peters hit wide wide receiver Reed Hyer, who had a lot of really important
yard line. touchdowns went for more than receiver Jacob Mayfield for a 42- 11 catches for 155 yards and two games and people regard
Two plays later, Langford scored 27 yards. yard gain on third and 24 on the scores. We had some comple- him to be one of those rare
on a 27-yard run to push the lead Theres nothing they did to- Raiders first drive, and it was tions and kept going. treasures that are always
to 44-34. night that we did not expect they capped by a 3-yard run by Jarrett But West Hancock had the push going to be a part of base-
Buckert nearly came up with were going to do, QND coach Bill Bryson to grab a 6-0 lead. at end. ball, Manfred said before
an interception on Peters fourth Connell said. They ran right over Peters finished 25 of 39 through We were able to pour it on at the ceremony.
down pass on the ensuing drive, us. They ran around us. They ran the air for 385 yards and three the end, Cook said. Thats out- The first 50,000 fans
but West Hancock scored six plays through us. Thats not going to touchdowns, but also threw two standing. There were a lot of ques- in attendance received a
later on a 4-yard score by Fox for win many football games. interceptions. tion marks that came up about typed letter signed by Scul-
his fourth touchdown of the game. Both sides traded punches in We just couldnt establish the our schedule ... this was our first ly containing recollections
Fox finished with 208 yards the first half as QND went to the run so we spread it out, said QND real test and it was. from his career.
4B | SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 HERALD-WHIG | WHIG.COM

Hawks overcome heat, injuries { PREP FOOTBALL SCORES }

Illinois Reavis 31, Blue Island Eisenhower 7


Red Bud 56, Freeburg 30
Alton Marquette 33, Pawnee 28 Reed-Custer 45, Westmont 0
Annawan/Wethersfield (FB Coop) 27, Rich Central 47, Chicago Heights (Bloom
MISSOURI S&T 0 Aledo (Mercer County) 20 Twp.) 34
QU WOMEN 2 Antioch 49, Grayslake Central 14 Richmond-Burton 31, Woodstock North 20
Arcola 38, Cerro Gordo 0 Ridgewood 20, Elmwood Park 13
Argenta-Oreana 46, Arthur-Lovington- Riverside-Brookfield 32, Wheaton
By SHEA STINE Atwood-Hammond 8 Academy 0
Sports Writer | 217-223-5100 Ashton-Franklin Center 48, Durand 8 Robeson 40, Chicago Marshall 28
sports@whig.com | @WhigSports Athens 55, Pittsfield-Griggsville-Perry 20 Rochelle 41, Ottawa 0
Aurora (West Aurora) 50, South Elgin 40 Rochester 56, Jacksonville 0
Aurora Christian 12, DePaul College Prep 7 Rock Island 14, Quincy 13
Barrington 27, Fremd 12 Rock Island Alleman 47, East Moline
QUINCY A series Beardstown 66, Jacksonville Routt 34 United 27
of injuries forced Quincy Belleville (Althoff Catholic) 40, Centralia 21 Rockford Auburn 35, Rockford Jefferson 7
Bethalto Civic Memorial 44, Mascoutah 7 Rockford Boylan 34, Rockford Guilford 6
University womens soc- Biggsville West Central 24, Oneida Rockford Christian 21, North Boone 12
cer coach Dave Musso to (ROWVA) 14 Rockford Lutheran 40, Mendota 6
Bismarck-Henning 64, Hoopeston/Schlar- Rolling Meadows 28, Wheeling 10
shuffle his lineup for Fri- man Coop 12 Sacred Heart-Griffin (Springfield) 60,
day nights game against Bloomington Central Catholic 22, Pontiac Springfield Lanphier 25
15 Sandburg 22, Stagg 16
Missouri S&T. Bradley-Bourbonnais 22, Bolingbrook 21 Sandwich 44, Streator 17
One of the lineup chang- Breese Central 46, Breese Mater Dei 35 Schaumburg 35, Conant 10
Brother Rice 45, Providence 21 Sesser-Valier-Waltonville-Woodlawn 44,
es involved moving sopho- Byron 42, Rock Falls 13 Christopher-Ziegler-Royalton 8
more midfielder Cassidy Cahokia 54, Carbondale 20 Shelbyville 48, Warrensburg-Latham 34
Calhoun 44, Winchester 8 Sherrard 52, Hall 25
Foley to forward to replace Canton 35, Metamora 29, 2OT Sidell (Jamaica)-Salt Fork 40, Georgetown-
an injured McKenzie Rief. Carlinville 49, Staunton 0 Ridge Farm 0
Carrollton 52, Pleasant Hill 1/8P.H.-West- Simeon 52, Whitney Young 7
Foley, a Quincy Notre ern Coop 3/8 12 South Beloit 62, Mooseheart 18
Dame product, responded Carterville 35, Anna-Jonesboro 7 South Fork 12, Mount Olive 0
Cary-Grove 33, Huntley 7 South Fulton 18, Abingdon 6
by scoring her first goal Champaign Centennial 51, Peoria Manual 6 St. Bede 24, Kewanee 21
and recording her first as- Champaign St. Thomas More 43, Rantoul 0 St. Charles East 28, Batavia 7
Chatham Glenwood 41, Springfield 13 St. Charles North 46, Glenbard East 2
sist in a 2-0 victory in a Chicago (Marine Military Academy) 46, St. Ignatius 20, Westchester St. Joseph 14
Great Lakes Valley Confer- Chicago (Urban Prep Charter/West) 26 St. Rita 31, Chicago Mt. Carmel 28
Chicago (Solorio Academy) 57, Raby 34 St. Viator 17, Carmel 10
ence game at Legends Sta- Chicago Christian 52, Walther Christian Sterling 49, Geneseo 7
dium. Academy 12 Sterling Newman 48, Erie-Prophetstown
Clifton Central 40, S. Newton, Ind. 14 13
We came in with only Colfax Ridgeview 26, Tremont 14 Stevenson 48, Zion Benton 42
five subs due to injuries, Columbia 55, Carlyle 6 Stockton 52, Pecatonica 0
Corliss 32, Chicago CICS-Longwood 0 Streamwood 14, Elgin 6
and we had to ask some Crete-Monee 57, Rich South 0 Sullivan 21, Macon Meridian 12
girls to step up their roles. Crystal Lake South 35, Dundee-Crown 34 Sycamore 48, LaSalle-Peru 20
Cumberland 52, Palestine-Hutsonville 7 Thornton Fractional South 14, Shepard 10
We had a few position Curie 47, Chicago (Lane) 0 Thornwood 26, Saginaw Nouvel, Mich. 0
changes to compensate for Danville 45, Normal West 14 Tinley Park 59, Thornton Fractional North
De La Salle 39, St. Francis 6 44
injuries, and the girls re- Decatur Lutheran (LSA) 35, Sangamon Trenton Wesclin 27, Dupo 7
sponded well, Musso said. Valley 20 Triad 48, Jerseyville Jersey 21
Decatur MacArthur 41, Lincoln 13 Tuscola 52, Moweaqua Central A&M 14
Foleys goal in the 48th Decatur St. Teresa 62, Clinton 13 Unity-Payson 28, Camp Point Central
minute broke a scoreless Deer Creek-Mackinaw 63, Fisher 0 (CSE) 14
DeKalb 49, Kaneland 31 Vandalia 49, Litchfield 14
tie. Freshman Mo Rooney Dixon 18, Woodstock 7 Vernon Hills 10, Deerfield 7
hit Foley on a nice touch Downers North 23, Oak Park River Forest Vienna 37, Edwards County 20
21 Villa Grove/Heritage 32, Martinsville 6
pass, and Foley rocketed Downers South 14, Berwyn-Cicero Washington 38, Bartonville (Limestone) 7
the ball to the top left cor- Quincy Universitys Cassidy Foley battles Missouri S&Ts Amalia Tettambel for possession of the Morton 7 Watseka 27, Dwight 14
Downs Tri-Valley 62, Heyworth 6 Waubonsie Valley 24, Metea Valley 21
ner from 21 yards out past ball during the the first half of Friday nights womens soccer game at Legends Stadium. | H-W Photo/ DuQuoin 42, Pinckneyville 6 West Chicago 20, Aurora (East) 19
Missouri S&T goalkeeper Michael Kipley East Alton-Wood River 34, Metro-East Westminster Christian 62, River Valley 0
Lutheran 4 Westville 42, Gilman Iroquois West 6
Karen Nightengale. East Dubuque 21, Amboy-LaMoille 20 Wheaton North 20, Lake Park 10
Forward is my natural The second goal for temperatures. The game keep our eyes on the girls Edwardsville 35, Belleville East 0 Williamsville 51, Pleasant Plains 14
Effingham 45, Salem 31 Willowbrook 17, York 0
position, and I felt very Quincy (2-3-2, 2-2-1 GLVC) time temperature was 90 and monitor how they were Eisenhower 53, Springfield Southeast 19 Wilmington 43, Seneca 6
comfortable there tonight, came in the 88th minute. degrees, but with sun beat- doing to keep fresh bodies. El Paso-Gridley 48, Flanagan-Cornell- Winnebago 36, Oregon 23
Woodland (FCW) 0 Woodstock Marian 28, Joliet Catholic 15
Foley said. Musso talked Abby Pulliam was fouled ing down of the turf field Musso was glad to see his Elmwood-Brimfield 35, West Prairie 6
to us about taking shots by a Miners defender, and at Legends Stadium, it felt team handle Fridays chal- Evergreen Park 35, Argo 6
Fairbury Prairie Central 24, Normal
Missouri
and being aggressive on Katie Heiligenstein headed much warmer. lenges. University 7 Albany 50, Braymer 12
Appleton City 60, Adrian 21
plays similar to that. I saw a restart by Foley into the Once you get tired phys- This is the most fun Fairfield 28, Carmi White County 14
Ava 70, Houston 22
Farmington 56, Havana 8
a gap and took advantage goal from 6 yards out for ically, you also get tired part for me as a coach, he Fithian Oakwood 38, Milford 0 Battle 61, Hickman High School 7
Blair Oaks 42, Southern Boone County 13
of it. her first goal. mentally, and thats really said. I see it as a challenge Flora 27, Olney East Richland 24
Blue Springs 24, Rockhurst 7
Forreston 26, West Carroll 6
Musso said Foley nor- I made a good run and the biggest issue, Musso to get the most out of these Freeport 17, Rockford East 6 Blue Springs South 35, Raymore-Peculiar
33
mally has more defensive just found myself in the said. We really started girls when we are at a dis- Freeport (Aquin) 40, Orangeville 6
Bolivar 55, Logan-Rogersville 7
Fulton 18, Princeton 0
responsibilities as a mid- right place at the right preparing for the heat two advantage. Galesburg 29, Moline 0 Branson 48, Marshfield 21
Brookfield 28, Monroe City 8
fielder, but as a forward, time, Heiligenstein said. days in advance by mak- It is a great opportunity Genoa (Genoa-Kingston) 34, Stillman
Butler 54, Cass-Midway 22
Valley 7
she had more offensive op- As if the depth issues due ing sure we were hydrat- to see what kind of charac- Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 14, Eureka- California 6, Hallsville 0
Camdenton 56, Rolla 14
portunities Friday night to to injury werent enough, ing well and taking care of ter we have, and so far, Im Roanoke-Benson 0
Carnahan 56, Transportation/Beaumont 6
Glenbard South 41, Bensenville (Fenton) 7
use her speed and strong the Lady Hawks also dealt our bodies. With our short excited with how weve re- Glenbrook North 42, Highland Park 38 Carthage 35, Carl Junction 28
Caruthersville 42, Dexter 6
leg. with unseasonably hot numbers, we really had to sponded. Granite City 34, Collinsville 18
Center 48, Clinton 14
Grayslake North 49, Round Lake 6
Greenville 47, Roxana 14 Central (Cape Girardeau) 44, University
Hamilton (West Hancock) 56, Quincy Notre City 6
Dame 42 Central (Park Hills) 39, Perryville 20
Hampshire 27, Crystal Lake Central 21 Chillicothe 31, Lafayette (St. Joseph) 21
Harrisburg 61, Massac County 6 Christian Brothers College 48, St. Louis

Two-goal lead gets away in second half


Herscher 14, Coal City 7 University 21
Hersey 28, Elk Grove 19 Clark County 54, Highland 12
Highland 14, Waterloo 3 Cole Camp 52, Windsor 21
Hillcrest 26, Bremen 0 Crest Ridge 30, St. Paul Lutheran 21
Hillsboro 26, Gillespie 0 Cuba 42, St. Pius X (Festus) 6
Drexel 48, Rich Hill 32
MISSOURI S&T 2 Carpenter said. Ninety-nine percent With less than two minutes to play Hinsdale Central 28, Proviso West 6
East Prairie 56, Chaffee 42
Hinsdale South 35, Proviso East 6
QU MEN 2 of the game we deserved (to win), but in the game, Will McIntyre knocked a Homewood-Flossmoor 27, Lincoln Way El Dorado Springs def. Wentworth Military,
forfeit
unfortunately we conceded due to ball past Griffin from about 20 yards West 11
Eldon 49, Warsaw 17
Hononegah 35, Belvidere 27
By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF our own mistakes again. ... We had away. Hope Academy 48, Kirkland Hiawatha 20 Eureka 28, Parkway South 0
Excelsior Springs 21, Odessa 14
quality opportunities to put the game The ball got behind us, and we re- IC Catholic 49, St. Edward 3
Fair Grove 28, Strafford 22
Illini West (Carthage) 58, Peoria Heights 29
QUINCY The Quincy University away with our finishing. covered all right, Carpenter said of Johnsburg 53, Burlington Central 0 Farmington 17, Sikeston 12
Festus 70, Windsor (Imperial) 49
mens soccer team took a 2-0 lead Reis got the scoring started less the tying goal. We had a few oppor- Johnston City 20, Chester 2
Fort Osage 21, North Kansas City 6
Joliet West 25, Plainfield East 0
on Friday night but settled for a 2-2 than four minutes into the game af- tunities to clear the ball and put it out Kankakee 37, Rich East 33 Fox 40, Oakville 14
Francis Howell North 43, Francis Howell
draw with visiting Missouri S&T in a ter taking a pass from David Geer- of danger, but we couldnt do it. Kankakee (McNamara) 46, Leo 14
Central 40
Knoxville 36, Lewistown 34, 2OT
Great Lakes Valley Conference game. ling and pushing the ball home from The Hawks had two corner kicks in Lake Forest 28, Libertyville 14 Fredericktown 14, DeSoto/Kingston 8
Ft. Zumwalt East 57, Liberty (Wentzville) 40
QU (3-2-2, 1-2-2 GLVC) got goals about 5 yards out. Emini scored in the the first overtime, and Reis bounced Lake Zurich 35, Gurnee Warren 6
Ft. Zumwalt North 63, Holt 7
Lakes Community 14, Grant 7
from Taylor Reis and Artan Emini in 15th minute. As he was being pushed a shot high at the 96-minute mark. Lanark (Eastland)-Pearl City 21, Galena 6 Ft. Zumwalt South 47, Washington 34
Ft. Zumwalt West 27, Francis Howell
the first half, but Missouri S&T (2-0- to the ground, Emini deflected the The Miners were outshot 17-11. Larkin 27, Geneva 24
High 20
Lawrenceville 50, Casey-Westfield 20
4, 1-0-3) tied it late in the second half. ball with his heel past Missouri S&T Griffin had three saves. Lemont 34, Oak Forest 0 Gallatin 14, Milan 6
Grain Valley 19, Harrisonville 7
The Hawks missed several quality goalie Aaron Hohenstein. Maybe we were unlucky, maybe Lena-Winslow 35, Dakota 0
Grandview 24, Oak Park 6
LeRoy 42, Fieldcrest 7
scoring chances in the extra periods. About three minutes later, the Min- its not taking it very well, or maybe Leyden 34, Addison Trail 19 Greenfield 74, Oswego, Kan. 18
Hannibal 75, Fulton 22
At least we got a draw and at least ers got on the board when Felipe An- its a combination of both, Carpenter Lincoln Way Central 54, Thornridge 21
Harrisburg 44, Missouri Military Academy
Lincoln-Way East 42, Harvey Thornton 6
we didnt lose, but it wasnt the result drade deflected the ball past Hawks said of the feeling the team had after Lisle (Benet Academy) 35, Nazareth 7 42
Herculaneum 22, Grandview (Hillsboro) 12
we really wanted, QU coach Mike goalie Nate Griffin. the game. Lockport 42, Andrew 16
Hillsboro 44, North County 22
Loyola 52, Fenwick 21
Machesney Park Harlem 46, Belvidere Jackson 41, Poplar Bluff 27
North 28 Jefferson City 61, Rock Bridge 21
Macomb 46, Stanford Olympia 24 Joplin 30, Waynesville 15
Mahomet-Seymour 14, Illinois Valley Kearney 23, Belton 21
Central 7 Kennett 56, Central (New Madrid County)
Maine South 56, Niles North 14 23
{ PREP ROUNDUP } Maine West 41, Maine East 12 King City/ Union Star 58, Leeton/Chil-
Marengo 21, Harvard 7 howee 8
Kirksville 35, Boonville 13

Allensworths two goals spark Hannibal


Marion 62, Mount Vernon 13
Marist 49, Marian Catholic (Chicago Knox County 40, Salisbury 7
Heights) 0 Ladue Horton Watkins 52, Parkway West
Maroa-Forsyth 49, Petersburg PORTA 0 22
Marshall 7, Paris 0 Lafayette County 21, Holden 13
Mattoon 27, Charleston 0 Lamar 56, McDonald County 0
By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF Hannibal (7-7) scored three PHILADELPHIA, MO. on Friday. Lathrop 46, North Platte 0
McHenry 33, Algonquin (Jacobs) 28
second-half goals. Caleb Ket- Seven-run second in- Twelve runs in the first Milledgeville 36, River Ridge 6 Lawson 64, East Buchanan 14
Minooka 56, Plainfield Central 28 Lees Summit 55, Lees Summit North 28
CAMDENTON, Mo. Cory senburg got the scoring started three innings, along with 10
Allensworth scored twice Friday from a Nathan Destesang assist.
ning carries Canton walks from Mustangs pitchers,
Montini 21, Marmion 11 Lees Summit West 36, Park Hill 29, OT
Lexington 57, Knob Noster 0
Morris 20, Yorkville 13
Morrison 47, Riverdale 35 Liberty (Mountain View) 33, Mountain
at the Camdenton Tournament to Allensworth went to work after The Canton softball team allowed the Tigers to limit the Grove 20
Morton 21, Dunlap 9
help the Hannibal soccer team that scoring two more quick used a seven-run second inning game four innings. Mt. Carmel 42, Washington, Ind. 7 Lighthouse Christian 49, NOAH, Okla. 7
Mt. Sterling (Brown County) 36, Concord Lincoln 58, Tipton 18
beat Lebanon 3-0. goals. to help beat Marion County 15-0 Laken Hugenberg had theee Lincoln College Prep 48, KC Northeast 12
(Triopia) 30
hits and scored three runs. Mt. Zion 25, Taylorville 0 Lockwood 20, Pierce City 18

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Naperville Central 43, Wheaton Warren- Lutheran North 35, Lutheran South 24
Sydnee Hoewing had two hits Macon 56, South Shelby 14
ville South 42
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New Trier 38, Evanston Township 17 Maysville 58, Princeton 30
Niles Notre Dame 25, St. Patrick 7 Mexico 34, Centralia 8
Niles West 38, Glenbrook South 27 Mid-Buchanan 35, Plattsburg 21
Nokomis 41, Bunker Hill 32 Miller 29, Liberal 28
Normal Community 68, Richwoods 28 Moberly 56, Marshall 21
North-Mac 15, Auburn 14 Monett 21, Cassville 20
OFallon 56, Alton 28 Montgomery County 22, Bowling Green 20
Oak Lawn Richards 54, Oak Lawn Com- Mound City-Craig 78, East Atchison 30
munity 13 Mt. Vernon 42, East Newton 6
Oblong 33, Tri-County 13 Neosho 34, Republic 14
Orion 37, Rockridge 21 Nevada 54, Central (Springfield) 6
Oswego 42, Romeoville 22 North Andrew 64, Stanberry 26
Oswego East 21, Plainfield North 14 North Callaway 46, Wright City 7
Ottawa Marquette 42, Alden-Hebron 20 North Nodaway 52, DeKalb 0
Palatine 49, Hoffman Estates 13 Northwest (Cedar Hill) 41, Seckman 13
Pana 41, Piasa Southwestern 0 Orchard Farm 28, St. Charles West 21
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 56, Momence 27 Osage 42, Versailles 6
Pekin 51, East Peoria 6 Owensville 46, Pacific 6
Peoria (H.S.) 68, Bloomington 34 Ozark 28, Willard 24
Peoria Notre Dame 34, Urbana 21 Palmyra 59, Louisiana 0
Peotone 34, Lisle 28 Paris 28, Fayette 20
Plainfield South 35, Joliet Central 0 Park Hill South 15, Liberty North 14
Plano 46, Manteno 21 Pattonsburg 42, North Shelby 14
Polo 42, Warren 28 Pattonville 28, Rockwood Summit 13
Prairie Ridge 48, Bartlett 7 Pembroke Hill 38, Van Horn 0
Princeville 28, Monmouth United 6 Penney 42, West Platte 6
Prospect 24, Buffalo Grove 14 Platte County 38, Liberty 30
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Any ideas for how to stop the Patriots?


T
ake away draft picks. cant be much worse than Matt Wonder how hed do with a and changing their name to the
Suspend their star Cassel, who somehow led the ball that is inflated to 0.0 pounds Ravens, while then-owner Art
quarterback. Noth- Patriots to an 11-5 mark the year per square inch? He should give Modell gloriously decreed that
ing seems to faze Brady had a knee injury. that a try when he returns from to get to the next level, a change
the New England Since Brady will be back in one his suspension, no doubt with at head coach is necessary.
Patriots, who just keep on win- more game anyway, time is run- the Patriots sitting at 4-0. Maybe its time to banish
ning no matter what obstacles ning short. Heres a few ideas to Belichick back to Cleveland. It
are thrown their way. get the conversation started: Old School worked before.
OK, its time to get serious.
Lets come up with something, PAUL NEWBERRY Spies, Lies and Videotape The Patriots roster could be Going to the Mailbag
anything to bring these guys capped at 11 players, forcing
Associated Press Columnist
down. In the first of his Gate scan- everyone to play both offense Actually, since we dont have
All suggestions accepted. dals, Belichick was caught video- and defense, just like the good time for everyone to mail in their
Clearly, these are desperate Belichick installed something re- taping an opponents defensive ol days. Better yet, in footballs letters, lets hit up social media
times for the rest of the NFL. sembling the wishbone with only signals in violation of NFL rules formative years, touchdowns for a few suggestions.
The Patriots are off to a 3-0 start three days to prepare. Brissett, back in 2007. Spygate led to a counted for only five points Defensive linemen must count
even though Tom Brady is stuck naturally, guided the Patriots half-million-dollar fine against instead of six. Sounds like a good one Mississippi, two Mississippi,
at home with his perfect family, to a 27-0 shellacking of a team the coach and the Patriots losing way to even things up. Oh, wait, three Mississippi before rush-
serving out a four-game suspen- with one of the NFLs top-ranked their first-round pick. That was the Patriots still wouldve won ing. Belichick has to coach in a
sion for an unhealthy obsession defenses. about as effective as Brangelinas their last two games and gone to suit, tie and houndstooth hat in-
with football air pressure and Look, we just try to go out marriage counseling. overtime in the season opener at stead of the latest fashions from
hastily downgrading his cell- there every week and win, Maybe we should allow oppos- Arizona. Next. the Hobo Collection. The train-
phone before the contract was up. Belichick said during a confer- ing teams to sit in on Belichicks ing table gets catered by Dunkin
New England didnt even ence call Friday, his voice dron- film sessions, so they at least Mistake by the Lake Donuts or Krispy Kreme.
have its backup quarterback for ing somewhere between con- have a sneak preview while hes Field goals can only be at-
Thursday nights game against tempt and superiority. Try to go formulating his latest Coppola- Belichick wasnt always the tempted after a pile of snow is
the formerly unbeaten Hous- out there and put the best game like game plan. evil genius of the NFL. Remem- dumped on the spot, in honor of
ton Texans. Jimmy Garoppolo plan together with the players we ber when he coached the perpet- another Belichick classic (why
was sidelined with a shoulder have against the opponent were Letting the air out ually hapless Cleveland Browns? wasnt that called Plowgate?).
injury, so Bill Belichick surely playing against and win. Remember when he got fired? No Patriots player is allowed to
thumbing his nose at the rest of Not long after Belichick hung Deflategate revealed that For five seasons in the early use his hands, like that sport
the league sent out somebody up the phone came a report Brady is very particular about 1990s, Belichick and his hoodie known as football to the rest of
named Jacoby Brissett to run the that Brissett injured the thumb how much air is in the footballs compiled a record of 36-44 with the world.
offense. on his throwing hand and may he throws, and his actions before only a single trip to the playoffs. Or maybe we could ... ahh,
While the rest of us were surf- need surgery. If so, we can only an AFC playoff game after the It didnt even help to have soul who are we kidding?
ing the web, trying to make sure assume Steve Grogan will be 2014 regular season showed that mate Nick Saban as his defen- It doesnt matter what you do
this supposed third-stringer suiting up for the Patriots next hes not above skirting the rules sive coordinator. The Browns to the Patriots. Belichick & Co.
wasnt just Brady in disguise, game. Heck, hes only 63 and to get a better grip. wound up moving to Baltimore will find a way to keep winning.

Two aces,
one double
eagle scored
in Quincy
By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF

QUINCY One
Quincy golfer recorded
a double eagle and two
others carded holes
in one on Quincy golf
courses earlier this
month.
Jeff Smith recorded a
double eagle on the par
5 sixth hole at Westview
Golf Course on Sept.
15. He used a 3 hybrid
from 220 yards out to
hole his shot. His play-
ing partners were Mark
Eickleschulte and Bob
Schonhoff.
Matt Ehrhart record-
ed an ace on the third
St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny, second from right, appeals to first base umpire Jim Reynolds that Mike Leake, left, was hit by a pitch from Chicago Cubs hole at Quincy Country
starting pitcher Jake Arrieta during the third inning of Fridays baseball game in Chicago. Leake was not granted first on the appeal. | AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast Club on Sept. 15. He
used a 6 iron from 190
VICTORY | FROM 1B yards away. Witnesses
for his shot were Jim
Magic number for clinching home field in playoffs is now 1 Grant, John Ernst and
Jim Rinella.
Kent Schnack record-
him all year based on what Leake (9-11). chasing Rizzos first-inning call, Leake said. It could two wild-card berths and ed an ace on the seventh
he did last year, Maddon Pedro Strop came off the double and Matt Adams have turned into a turn- then winning the single- hole at Quincy Country
said. But to his credit, I disabled list to work the getting picked off first. ing point if we would have elimination game for a spot Club on Sept. 15. He
think hes handled that eighth, and Travis Wood Leake gave up five runs, capitalized. in the division series. used a 4 iron from 205
very well. and Carl Edwards Jr. fin- seven hits and three walks. Video review is not al- The Cubs, who have won yards away. Witnesses
With veteran Miguel ished the five-hitter. Manager Mike Matheny lowed on that type of play. four straight, have so much were Trent Lepper, Dan
Montero back catching Rizzo, Zobrist and Chris used six relievers. I would like to see them depth as they seek their Kies, Jeff Tweedell and
him, Arrieta (18-7) allowed Coghlan drove in runs in After Jhonny Peralta and change anything thats at a first World Series title since Devin Cashman.
five hits and walked one. the first off Leake, who Kolten Wong led off the pivotal point in the game 1908 that Arrieta is likely
Anthony Rizzo had three lasted 3 1/3 innings and is third inning with singles, and can be reviewed, Ma- the No. 3 playoff starter Dont just search
hits and Ben Zobrist drove winless in four starts since Leake was struck by a pitch theny said. behind Jon Lester and Kyle for any job.
in two runs as the Cubs recovering from shingles. in a bunt situation, only to The Cardinals are hoping Hendricks.
tied a team record with I couldnt locate early. I have plate umpire CB Buck- to return to Wrigley Field But Arrieta feels if he can Find one thats
their 56th home win. They was slightly erratic, Leake ner rule a swinging strike. in two weeks. But that re- control his effort, hell be right for you!
moved within one victory said. I just started out on After Matheny debated the quires earning one of the at his best come October.
or one Washington loss of the wrong foot. call with Buckner and first-
clinching home-field ad- Leake allowed another base umpire Jim Reynolds
vantage throughout the NL run on one of two wild briefly, the pitcher bunted
playoffs. pitches. Cardinals gaffes into a double play and Matt
Chicago scored four runs included Kolten Wong Carpenter struck out.
in the first inning off Mike face-planting into the turf I was surprised at the
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THE

FAST
THE
and

SMART
Understanding schemes
allows QUs Leonard to
create havoc defensively
By MATT SCHUCKMAN Baptist as one of the most
Senior Writer | 217-221-3366 stout units in the Great
mschuckman@whig.com
@SchuckWHIG Lakes Valley Conference.
The Hawks are allowing
QUINCY Cody Leon- just 50 yards rushing per
ards hard-hitting nature game and recently enjoyed
and aggressive pursuit of a stretch of more than five
the football got him no- consecutive quarters in Quincy University linebacker Cody Leonard, shown making a tackle against Mayville State on Sept. 10, has 9.5 tackles for loss and
ticed. which they held opponents two sacks this season. | H-W Photo/Michael Kipley
It wasnt enough to make to negative total yardage.
him an every-down player. Thats the result of play- they have 25 tackles for tion fits him well. has helped us. You have to make it harder
The Quincy University ing fast and smart. loss and seven sacks. In I have a role on the team Its allowed defensive co- for the offense to get first
sophomore linebacker had Thats true, said Leon- 10 games last season, they to go out there and make ordinator Khanis Hubbard downs.
to be as smart as he was ard, named the GLVC De- had just 48 tackles for loss plays and really open up to make adjustment with- Leonard doesnt have a
fast, which meant pay- fensive Player of the Week total. things for the defense, out changing the tempo problem sticking his hel-
ing attention to details after last weeks 40-14 vic- The 5-foot-11, 192-pound Leonard said. Its not 100 and pace of play. met in there to make those
throughout spring practice tory over Lincoln. As a de- Leonard is at the heart of percent what I wanted it to Coach Hubbard and the type of plays.
and summer workouts to fense, we really swarm to the aggressive nature of be, but I like it. Im playing. defensive staff have done a I finally got to know
ensure he understood the the ball well. We play our this team. He has 9.5 tack- Were having fun. Were great job of changing and the defense really well, he
defensive scheme. assignments. If the offense les for loss and two sacks winning. You cant beat it. tweaking week to week, said. Thats allowing me to
All I really knew how makes one mistake, were as an outside linebacker The aggressive nature Pajic said. This week, we do my thing and handle my
do was play fast, Leonard really going to capitalize on who often walks up to be a of QUs scheme means no have to stop the run. So we responsibilities.
said. I really didnt know it. stand-up defensive end. defenders ever get caught have to figure it out with As QU has shown, when
the defense all that well. The Hawks have forced Thats different, he said. back on their heels. our schemes, with our per- everyone does that, good
He knows it now. eight turnovers, limited An all-state linebacker We are an attacking sonnel. We have to keep things happen.
Leonards play has been opponents to a 21.6 percent at Carrollton, Leonard was front, QU coach Tom Pajic them behind the sticks, As a whole, theres a
at the heart of a revitalized conversion rate on third viewed as a middle-of-the- said. Were trying to move make them face second much better feeling with
defense that comes into downs and allowed less field type of run-stopper the line of scrimmage back and 10 or third and 7 or this team, Leonard said.
Saturdays homecoming than 4 yards per play. coming out of high school. to play on their side. That worse. Everyone is a lot more
game against Southwest Through three games, However, this hybrid posi- aggressive style and nature Those are big stops. confident and happier.

Jenkins in crosshairs of Hawks defense { COLLEGE PREVIEW }


Southwest Baptist at QU
GLVC FOOTBALL: Running back once was QU recruit, totaled 258 yards and five TDs in last years game
When: 1 p.m. Saturday
By MATT SCHUCKMAN Where: QU Stadium
Senior Writer | 217-221-3366 Records: Southwest Baptist 3-0 (1-0
mschuckman@whig.com | @SchuckWHIG
Great Lakes Valley Conference). QU 3-0
(1-0 GLVC).
QUINCY What Southwest Baptist Radio: NewsTalk 105.1 FM
junior tailback Bubba Jenkins has accom- Last meeting: Sept. 26, 2015 Southwest
plished comes as no surprise to the Quincy Baptist 56, QU 33. Hawks quarterback Nick
University football coaching staff. Lonergan threw for 384 yards and three
They recruited the Great Lakes Valley touchdowns, but the QU defense couldnt
Conferences leading rusher coming out of stop the Bearcats Bubba Jenkins, who
high school. rushed for 258 yards and five touchdowns in
He was on our recruiting board, QU Bolivar, Mo.
coach Tom Pajic said. It didnt work out Scouting the Bearcats: For only the
one way or the other, us or him. fourth time in program history, Southwest
Its worked out well for the Bearcats. Baptist received votes in the NCAA Division
Southwest Baptist is off to a 3-0 start and II national poll after beating Indianapolis
became the first GLVC school to hand four- 41-37 last week. The Bearcats rank in the
time reigning league champion Indianapo- top 20 nationally in six offensive categories,
lis a road loss, winning 41-37 last Saturday including total offense and third-down
as Jenkins ripped off a 41-yard run for the conversions. Its the versatility on offense
go-ahead touchdown. that is leading to success. Junior running
Jenkins, a prep standout at Springfield back Bubba Jenkins is averaging 148.7 yards
(Mo.) Parkview, finished with 158 yards rushing per game, which is fifth nationally,
rushing and three touchdowns. He ranks while sophomore quarterback TJ Edwards is
fifth nationally in NCAA Division II with 11th in the country in total offense and 12th
148.7 yards rushing per game. He averages in passing efficiency. The Bearcats are aver-
4.9 yards per carry and has fumbled only aging 40.3 points and 525.3 yards per game.
once in 91 carries. Scouting the Hawks: Off to its best start
Hes the guy we need to stop, QU sopho- Bubba Jenkins, a junior running back at Southwest Baptist, was named the Great Lakes Valley Con- since 1993, Quincy will continue to lean on
more linebacker Cody Leonard said. Hes a ferences offensive athlete of the week after he rushed for 158 yards and three touchdowns last week a balanced offense that should get an extra
great player. Hes quick. Hes a hard runner. against Indianapolis. | Photo Courtesy of Southwest Baptist University boost this week with the return of junior tail-
If we continue doing what weve done the back Chris Harris. The teams leading rusher
last couple of games and even improve on and 16 touchdowns, averaging 120.1 yards wards is averaging 287.3 yards passing per each of the past two seasons, Harris missed
that, I think we can stop him. per game and 5.9 yards per carry. game while completing 69.7 percent of his the first three games with an injury but is
That hasnt been so easy in the past. Hes a good, solid player consistent, passes. He has eight touchdowns against expected to take some of the load off fresh-
The Bearcats rolled to a 56-33 victory last tough, physical, Pajic said. People might two interceptions, and hes rushed for 61 man running back Jaylan James. Dominique
year over the Hawks in Bolivar, Mo. Jen- say hes not this or hes not that. Well, I yards per game with two scores. Bobo, a redshirt freshman running back who
kins set single-game school records with dont know what hes not. He can run. Hes If they run it and throw it like they did transferred from Valparaiso, is expected to
258 yards rushing and five touchdowns. fast enough. In the open field, people cant last year, I dont know how we win, Pajic see his first action as well. Defensively, the
They kept on feeding him, and he kept catch him. And he runs behind his pads. said. So our defense is better, but there are Hawks are allowing just 50 yards rushing per
on wearing us out, Pajic said. He benefits for having a quarterback ca- going to be third-down situations where we game and opponents are converting just 21.6
Jenkins did that to a lot of people. He fin- pable of busting loose, too. have to be better. If we can get off the field, percent on third down.
ished last season with 1,201 yards rushing Bearcats sophomore signal-caller TJ Ed- we have a chance at slowing them down. Matt Schuckman

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2 0 0 1.000 42 30
Fourth Quarter
U-P Kelly 5 pass from Dunker (Dunker
FIVE-DAY PLANNER Ch. 102 is on Comcast Cable in Quincy
Green Bay 1 1 0 .500 41 40 kick), 7:11
MLB Standings Detroit
Chicago
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0 2 0 .000 28 52
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Individual Statistics SAT. SUN. MON. TUE. WED.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
West Rushing Unity-Payson, James Logsdon
East Division
W L T Pct PF PA 8-33, Brodie Dunker 11-24. Central, Devon
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
San Francisco 1 1 0 .500 55 46 Buss 50-187, Cole Williams 8-8, Noah Stro- Cubs Cubs Reds Reds Reds
Boston 90 64 .584 9-1 W-9 46-32 44-32
Toronto 84 69 .549 512 5-5 W-1 43-32 41-37
Los Angeles 1 1 0 .500 9 31 hkirch 4-12, Brody Bivens 3-8, Zach Rankin 12:05 7:08 7:15 7:15 7:15
Arizona 1 1 0 .500 61 30 3-(-1).
Baltimore 83 71 .539 7 12 4-6 W-1 48-31 35-40
Seattle 1 1 0 .500 15 19 Passing Unity-Payson, Dunker 12-21-0- FOX ESPN FSM FSM FSM
New York 79 74 .516 1012 4 3-7 L-2 44-31 35-43
Thursdays Games 282. Central, Rankin 1-4-0-26.
Tampa Bay 65 88 .425 24 2
1
18 5-5 L-1 36-43 29-45
New England 27, Houston 0 Receiving Unity-Payson, Cory Miller
Central Division
Sundays Games 6-123, Taylor Klusmeyer 2-24, Todd Kelly 4-97, Cardinals Cardinals Pirates Pirates Pirates
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Cleveland 90 63 .588 7-3 W-4 53-26 37-37
Washington at N.Y. Giants, 12 p.m. Logsdon 1-42. Central, Eric Jones 1-26. 12:05 7:08 6:05 6:05 6:05
Cleveland at Miami, 12 p.m.
Detroit 83 70 .542 7 6-4 W-5 43-32 40-38
Detroit at Green Bay, 12 p.m. Athens 55, Pittsfield 20
FOX ESPN CSN CSN CSN
Kansas City 77 77 .500 1312 612 3-7 L-4 45-30 32-47
Minnesota at Carolina, 12 p.m. PIT ATH
Chicago 72 81 .471 18 11 3-7 L-6 41-33 31-48
Denver at Cincinnati, 12 p.m. 13 First Downs 19
Minnesota 55 99 .357 3512 2812 2-8 L-7 29-50 26-49 Indians Indians Rays Rays Rays
Arizona at Buffalo, 12 p.m. 19-81 Rushes-Yards 38-410
West Division
Baltimore at Jacksonville, 12 p.m. 7:10 7:10
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Oakland at Tennessee, 12 p.m.
244 Passing Yards 159 6:10 12:10 7:10
Texas 91 63 .591 6-4 W-1 50-25 41-38 325 Total Yards 569
San Francisco at Seattle, 3:05 p.m. 9-16-2 Comp-Att-Int 4-6-2 CSN No TV Ch. 102 Ch. 102 No TV
Seattle 81 72 .529 912 2 6-4 W-2 42-35 39-37
Los Angeles at Tampa Bay, 3:05 p.m. 0-0 Fumbles-Lost 2-2
Houston 81 73 .526 10 212 6-4 L-2 41-35 40-38
San Diego at Indianapolis, 3:25 p.m. Pittsfield 0 6 14 020
Los Angeles 68 86 .442 23 15 2
1
5-5 W-3 35-40 33-46
Oakland 66 87 .431 2412 17 5-5 L-4 33-46 33-41
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 3:25 p.m. Athens 26 21 8 055 Tigers Tigers Twins Twins
N.Y. Jets at Kansas City, 3:25 p.m. Scoring Summary
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. 12:05 12:10 OFF 6:15 6:15
East Division First Quarter
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Mondays Games ATHNick Hanner 16 pass to Dratin Davis FOX FSKC FSKC FSKC
Atlanta at New Orleans, 7:30 p.m. (Kick), 11:17
Washington 89 64 .582 4-6 L-1 46-28 43-36
ATHHunter Maxwell 2 run (Kick), 7:19
New York
Miami
82
76
72
78
.532
.494
712
1312

512
6-4
5-5
W-2
L-3
43-36
38-38
39-36
38-40 Prep Summaries ATHNathan Rife 6 run (Kick fail), 0:53
ATHMaxwell 34 run (Kick fail), 0:00
All Cardinals games on WGEM NewsTalk 105.1; all Cubs games on ESPN 1440
Home Game
Philadelphia 69 85 .448 2012 1212 5-5 L-2 36-42 33-43
Atlanta 63 91 .409 2612 1812 7-3 W-7 26-49 37-42 Quincy 52, Rock Island 37 Second Quarter
RI QHS ATHHanner 26 pass to Devin Richmond
Central Division
20 First downs 27 (Kick), 10:22

x-Chicago
St. Louis
W
98
80
L
55
73
Pct
.641
.523
GB

18
WCGB

1
L10
6-4
5-5
Str
W-4
L-2
Home Away
56-23 42-32
33-41 47-32
26-220
191
Rushes-yards
Passing yards
63-482
53
ATHHanner 76 pass to Richmond (Kick),
7:31
LOCAL SCHEDULE
411 Total yards 535 PITNoah Mendenhall 91 pass to James
Pittsburgh 77 76 .503 21 4 7-3 W-1 37-38 40-38 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
13-20-0 Comp-Att-Int 2-3-0 Gwartney (Kick fail), 3:00
Milwaukee 70 84 .455 2812 1112 6-4 W-2 41-38 29-46 College football: Southwest Baptist at QU, 1 p.m.; Avila at C-SC, 1 p.m.; Western Illinois at
8-73 Penalties-yards 13-89 ATHMaxwell 20 run (Kick), 1:30
Cincinnati 63 90 .412 35 18 2-8 L-4 37-41 26-49 Northern Illinois, 2:30 p.m.
1-1 Fumbles-lost 0-0 Third Quarter
West Division Prep volleyball: Decatur St. Teresa at QND, 1 p.m.; Calhoun at Unity, 11 a.m.; Hannibal at Troy
Rock Island 7 14 0 1637 PITMendenhall 1 run (Kick), 6:36
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Tournament, 9 a.m.
Quincy 7 17 14 1452 ATHInterception 38 return (Two point try
Los Angeles 87 66 .569 6-4 W-2 50-28 37-38 Prep softball: Palmyra at Centralia Tournament, 9 a.m.; Louisiana at Montgomery County Tour-
Scoring Summary good), 1:41
San Francisco 81 72 .529 6 4-6 W-1 40-35 41-37 nament, 10:30 a.m.; Mark Twain at South Callaway Tournament, 9 a.m.; Scotland County, Knox
First Quarter PITMotley 33 pass to Gwartney (kick), 1:19
Colorado 73 80 .477 14 8 4-6 L-1 41-37 32-43 County at Schuyler County Tournament, 9 a.m.
QJirehl Brock 3 run (Avery Wilson kick),
Arizona 64 89 .418 23 17 5-5 L-1 30-48 34-41 Boys soccer: QND at Jacksonville, 11 a.m.; Hannibal at Camdenton Tournament
8:12
San Diego 64 89 .418 23 17 5-5 L-2 35-40 29-49
RAlek Jacobs 11 run (Nickolas Roessler
Illini West 58, Peoria Heights 29 Prep cross country: QND at Monmouth-Roseville Invitational, 10 a.m.; Liberty at Springfield
x-clinched division PH IW Invitational, 9:45 a.m.
kick), 6:22
17 First Downs 22 Boys golf: QHS, QND at Galesburg Invitational, 8 a.m.; Brown County, Unity, Illini West, Western,
Second Quarter
16-24 Rushes-Yards 53-543 Pittsfield, Southeastern, West Hancock at Rushville-Industry Invitational, 9 a.m.; Central at
QBrock 6 run (Wilson kick), 11:55
430 Total Yards 598 Porta Invitational, 9 a.m.
RCorey Comodore 47 pass from Jacobs
31-54-2 Comp-Att-Int 2-5-0 Girls tennis: Hannibal Tournament, 9 a.m.
AMERICAN LEAGUE Ti.Andr ss 4 1 2 0 A.Almnt lf 0 0 0 0 (Roessler kick), 10:17
1-1 Fumbles-Lost 5-2 Mens soccer: C-SC at Baker, 8 p.m.
Thursdays Games Me.Cbrr lf 3 1 2 2 Lindor ss 3 1 0 1 QBrock 19 run (Wilson kick), 6:20
15-110 Penalties-Yards 9-55 Womens soccer: C-SC at Baker, 6 p.m.
Detroit 9, Minnesota 2, 1st game Coats lf 0 0 0 0 E.Gnzlz ss 0 0 0 0 QWilson 33 FG, 2:36
Peoria Heights 6 0 17 629 Womens volleyball: Southern Indiana at QU, 3 p.m.; Benedictine at C-SC, 6:30 p.m.
Boston 5, Baltimore 3 Abreu 1b 4 0 0 0 Napoli 1b 5 3 3 2 RJacob Ellis 9 pass from Jacobs (Roessler
Illini West 8 8 20 2258
Cleveland 5, Kansas City 2 Morneau dh 4 0 0 0 Aguilar 1b 0 0 0 0 kick), :41.4
Scoring Summary SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
Tampa Bay 2, N.Y. Yankees 0 T.Frzer 3b 3 1 2 0 Jose.Rm 3b 5 3 2 4 Third Quarter
First Quarter Mens soccer: Drury at QU, 2:30 p.m.
Detroit 4, Minnesota 2, 2nd game Av.Grca rf 4 1 1 2 Chsnhll rf 4 0 1 0 QBrock 70 run (Wilson kick), 9:41
IWConnor Artman 10 run (Artman run), Womens soccer: Drury at QU, noon
L.A. Angels 2, Houston 0 Narvaez c 3 0 0 0 Crisp lf 4 0 3 3 QBrock 17 run (Wilson kick), :28.2
6:43 Mens golf: C-SC in Mid South Classic at Newton, Kan.
Fridays Games K.Smith c 0 0 0 0 MMrtnz lf-2b 0 0 0 0 Fourth Quarter
PHJalen Hughes 65 pass from Blake Womens golf: C-SC in QU Lady Hawk Invitational at Spring Lake
Toronto 9, N.Y. Yankees 0 C.Snchz 2b 3 0 0 0 Naquin cf 4 0 1 0 QBrock 6 run (Logan Ross run), 10:16
Begner (Pass fail), 0:12
Boston 2, Tampa Bay 1 R.Perez c 4 0 0 0 RJacobs 63 run (Ellis pass from Jacobs),
Second Quarter
Cleveland 10, Chicago White Sox 4 A.Moore c 0 0 0 0 9:25
IWNick Vorhies 5 run (Jace Norman pass
Detroit 8, Kansas City 3 Totals 32 4 7 4 Totals 37 10 13 10 QDrake Green 19 pass from Ben Schroeder
from Jackson Porter), 10:18
L.A. Angels 10, Houston 6 Chicago 200 020 000 4 (kick failed), 6:53
Third Quarter INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 27. (6) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 132.688.
Seattle 10, Minnesota 1 Cleveland 000 244 00x 10 ROliver McDowell 4 run (McDowell run),
PHHughes 15 pass from Begner (Quinn RUSHINGLouisiana, Jake Sencenbaugh 28. (34) Chris Buescher, Ford, 132.618.
Texas 3, Oakland 0 ET.Frazier (11), Av.Garcia (2). DP 4:27
Miller pass from Begner), 10:45 12-34, Dalton Oberhaus 10-21, Damian Burse 29. (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 132.595.
Saturdays Games Cleveland 1. LOBChicago 3, Cleveland
IWJoe Adkisson 33 run (Pass fail), 8:15 2-10, Cameron Henderson 1-2, RJ Branham 30. (7) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 132.586.
Kansas City (Ventura 11-11) at Detroit (Norris 8. 2BMe.Cabrera (38), T.Frazier (18), INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PHJos Perez 20 field goal, 5:20 1-(minus 3), Palmyra, Hudson 4-85, Alexander 31. (13) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 132.485.
3-2), 12:05 p.m. C.Santana (28), Jose.Ramirez (44), Crisp (27). RUSHINGRock Island, Jacobs 14-61,
IWArtman 45 run (Adkisson pass from 1-66, Plunkett 1-61, Compton 9-55, Begley 32. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 132.177.
Texas (Darvish 5-5) at Oakland (Alcantara 3BTi.Anderson (4). HRMe.Cabrera (13), McDowell 5-34, DeAngelo Horne 2-18, Tavion
Porter), 2:44 2-45, Jacob Kroeger 4-36, Dalton Perkins 33. (83) Matt DiBenedetto, Toyota, 131.952.
1-1), 3:05 p.m. Av.Garcia (12), Jose.Ramirez (11). SBNapoli Brooks 5-7. Quincy, Brock 31-304, Deven
IWAden Trout 30 pass from Porter (Pass 1-10, Brock Malone 3-7, Tommy Hendren 1-4, 34. (38) Landon Cassill, Ford, 131.624.
N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 8-12) at Toronto (Stro- (5). CST.Frazier (5). SFLindor (14). Smith 21-107, Cameron Woodard 9-69, Jake
fail), 2:26 Cooper Hinkle 2-0, Tucker Aeschliman 1-0, 35. (46) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, 131.528.
man 9-9), 3:07 p.m. IP H R ER BB SO Kelley 1-3, Schroeder 1-(minus 1).
Fourth Quarter Braxton Long 2-(minus 2). 36. (98) Cole Whitt, Chevrolet, 131.510.
Boston (Porcello 21-4) at Tampa Bay (Andri- Chicago PASSINGRock Island, Jacobs 13-20-191-0.
IWArtman 91 run (Vorhies run). 11:37 PASSINGLouisiana, Oberhaus 5-15-37-0-1, 37. (15) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 131.031.
ese 8-7), 5:10 p.m. Gonzalez L,4-8 4 1-3 8 5 4 0 2 Quincy, Schroeder 2-3-53-0.
PHTyler Hines 3 run (Run fail), 9:37 Henderson 1-3-13-0-1, Palmyra, Malone 38. (55) Reed Sorenson, Toyota, 130.693.
Chicago White Sox (Quintana 12-11) at Minaya 1 2 2 1 0 1 RECEIVINGRock Island, J. Ellis 9-91, Co-
IWArtman 65 run (Adkisson run), 9:24 1-1-17-0. 39. (30) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, 129.503.
Cleveland (Anderson 2-4), 6:10 p.m. Jennings 1-3 3 3 3 2 1 modore 2-80, Ben Ellis 2-20. Quincy, Woodard
IWAdkisson 24 run (Pass fail), 3:37 RECEIVINGLouisiana, Philip Francis 5-45, 40. (32) Jeffrey Earnhardt, Ford, 127.701.
L.A. Angels (Chacin 5-8) at Houston (Peacock Ynoa 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 0 1-28, Green 1-19.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Zach Ellsworth 1-5, Palmyra, Brock Boulware
0-0), 6:10 p.m. Turner 1 0 0 0 0 0
RUSHINGPeoria Heights, Adrian Hinton 1-17.
Seattle (Miranda 5-1) at Minnesota (Duffey Cleveland West Hancock 56,
8-11), 6:10 p.m.
Sundays Games
Bauer W,12-8
McAllister
7 2-3 7 4 4 2 6
1 1-3 0 0 0 0 2 Quincy Notre Dame 42
10-25, Jalen Hughes 1-9, Tyler Hines 3-1,
Blake Begner 4-(minus 3), Illini West, Connor
Artman 14-274, Nick Vorhies 15-110, Dominick
Knox County 40, Salisbury 7 SOCCER
N.Y. Yankees at Toronto, 12:07 p.m. HBPby Gonzalez (Kipnis). WPGonzalez. QND WH KC SAL
Boston at Tampa Bay, 12:10 p.m.
Chicago White Sox at Cleveland, 12:10 p.m.
UmpiresHome, Brian Knight; First,
Jim Wolf; Second, Bill Miller; Third, Tony
18
29-98
First downs
Rushes-yards
12
46-439
Foster 15-79, Joe Adkisson 3077, Luel
Palmer 1-5, Jace Normal 1-3, Jackson Porter
17
43-503
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
14
38-160
College Summaries
Kansas City at Detroit, 12:10 p.m. Randazzo. 385 Passing yards 0 4-(minus 5). 0 Passing Yards 96 Men
483 Total yards 439 PASSINGPeoria Heights, Begner 30- 503 Total Yards 256 Quincy 2, Missouri S&T 2
L.A. Angels at Houston, 1:10 p.m. T3:02. A18,937 (38,000).
25-39-2 Comp-Att-Int 0-4-1 52-391-2, Tyler Webb 1-2-5-0, Illini West, 0-4-2 Comp-Att-Int 10-24-0 QU MST
Seattle at Minnesota, 1:10 p.m.
2-1 Fumbles-lost 2-1 Jackson Porter 2-5-55-0. 8-65 Penalties-Yards 9-55 17 Shots 11
Texas at Oakland, 3:05 p.m. Tigers 8, Royals 3 9-87 Penalties-yards 6-70 RECEIVINGPeoria Heights, Hughes 11-187, 0-0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3 Saves 9
NATIONAL LEAGUE Kansas City Detroit QND 14 8 12 842 Ryan Hamilton 8-128, Rylee Miller 4-42, Salisbury 0 7 0 07 5 Corners 3
Thursdays Games ab r h bi ab r h bi West Hancock 8 14 8 2656 Adrian Hinton 3-23, Tyler Gregory 3-10, Jared Knox County 12 16 0 1240 1 Offsides 1
Atlanta 6, Miami 3 J.Dyson cf 5 0 1 2 Kinsler 2b 3 3 2 0 Scoring Summary Crew 1-5, Tyler Webb 1-1, Illini West, Aden Scoring Summary 3 Fouls 2
N.Y. Mets 9, Philadelphia 8, 11 innings Mrrfeld 2b 5 1 2 0 McGehee 3b 0 0 0 0 First quarter Trout 1-30, Jace Norman 1-25. First Quarter Missouri S&T 1 1 0 02
Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 1 Hosmer 1b 4 0 1 0 Maybin cf 5 1 1 2
L.A. Dodgers 7, Colorado 4 QJarrett Bryson 3 run (kick failed), 6:52 KHayden Miller 70 punt return (Pass Quincy 2 0 0 02
Nava 1b 0 0 0 0 Mi.Cbrr 1b 3 1 1 0 WWill Fox 49 run (Bryce Buckert run), 5:03
San Francisco 2, San Diego 1 Morales dh 4 0 2 0 Mchdo pr-ss 0 0 0 0
Brown County 36, Triopia 30 Failed), 9:31 QUTaylor Reis (David Geerling), 3:51
Fridays Games QMitchell Maas 1 run (Jacob Mayfield Brown County 0 6 16 1436 KHunter Klocke 51 run (Pass Failed), 6:06 QUArtan Emini (Taylor Reis), 15:02
Orlando rf 4 0 1 1 V.Mrtnz dh 2 1 2 2 pass from Landon Peters), 0:32
Chicago Cubs 5, St. Louis 0 Triopia 8 14 8 030 Second Quarter S&TFelipe Andrade (Unnar Ulfarsson),
A.Grdon lf 4 1 1 0 Moya ph-dh 1 0 0 0 Second quarter
Pittsburgh 6, Washington 5, 11 innings Scoring Summary KNoah Talton 82 run (Klocke pass from 17:39
A.Escbr ss 3 0 1 0 J..Mrtn rf 4 0 0 1 WRiley Langford 47 run (run failed), 11:10
Atlanta 3, Miami 2 First Quarter Miller), 3:12 S&TWill McIntyre (Unnar Ulfarsson), 17:39
Mondesi ss 1 0 0 0 J.Upton lf 4 1 2 2 WFox 11 run (Bryce Wilson run), 6:18
N.Y. Mets 10, Philadelphia 5 TBlake Lawson 1 run (Austin Martin run), SSpencer Bloss 14 Pass from Francis
Cthbert 3b 3 1 1 0 Aybar 3b-2b 3 0 0 0 QReed Hyer 62 pass from Peters (Hyer
Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 4 Butera c 4 0 1 0 Sltlmcc c 4 0 0 0 pass from Peters), 4:58
0:50 (Bloss kick), :39 Women
Colorado at L.A. Dodgers, night Second Quarter KTalton 29 run (Zeke Schieferdecker from
J.Iglss ss 3 1 1 0 Third quarter BCTynan 30 run (run failed), 7:17 Miller), :08.2
Quincy 2, Missouri S&T 0
San Francisco at San Diego, night ARmne ss-1b 1 0 0 0 QU MST
Saturdays Games WLangford 37 run (Langford run), 9:19 TAustin Martin 40 run (run failed), 5:26 Fourth Quarter
Totals 37 3 11 3 Totals 33 8 9 7 QHyer pass from Peters (pass failed), 6:54 19 Shots 6
St. Louis (Reyes 3-1) at Chicago Cubs (Ham- TJared Milby 35 pass from Isaac Werries KTalton 55 run (Pass Failed), 10:34
Kansas City 000 001 002 3 QBryson 8 run (pass failed), 2:17 6 Saves 4
mel 15-9), 12:05 p.m. (Lawson run), 0:00 KMiller 28 run (Pass Failed), 4:36
Detroit 202 202 00x 8 Fourth quarter 8 Corners 4
Washington (Ross 7-5) at Pittsburgh (Nova Third Quarter
EDuffy (3), Cuthbert (16), Butera (6). WFox 2 run (run failed), 11:55 5 Fouls 8
12-7), 6:05 p.m. BCDarian Drake 50 run (Garret Bowne Brookfield 21, Monroe City 8
DPDetroit 1. LOBKansas City 8, Detroit WLangford 27 run (Fox run), 10:06 0 Offsides 0
Atlanta (Blair 1-6) at Miami (Chen 5-4), 6:10 run), 10:36 MC BRO
9. 2BKinsler (27), J.Upton (25), J.Iglesias WFox 4 run (run failed), 5:16 Missouri S&T 0 00
p.m. T Milby 10 pass from Werries (Lawson 14 First Downs 8
(23). 3BJ.Dyson (7). HRMaybin (4), WBuckert 43 interception return (run Quincy 0 22
Cincinnati (Straily 13-8) at Milwaukee (Jung- run), 5:05 53-318 Rushes-Yards 12-149
V.Martinez (26), J.Upton (27). SFJ.. failed), 4:57 QUCassidy Foley (Mo Rooney), 48:45
mann 0-4), 6:10 p.m. BCDrake 50 run (Tynan run), 3:55 25 Passing Yards 81
Martinez (4). QMayfield 18 pass from Peters (Mayfield QUKatie Heiligenstein (Rooney), 88:46
Philadelphia (Asher 1-0) at N.Y. Mets (Gilmar- Fourth Quarter 343 Total Yards 230
IP H R ER BB SO pass from Peters), 3:28
tin 0-0), 6:10 p.m.
San Francisco (Bumgarner 14-9) at San Diego
Kansas City
Duffy L,12-3 3 2-3 7 6 6 4 4
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHINGQND, Bryson 16-73, Peters 7-13,
BCTynan 39 run (run failed), 6:46
BCTynan 70 run (Lewis pass from Hen-
2-5-0
Monroe City
Comp-Att-Int
0 8 0
5-7-0
08 Prep Summary
(Cosart 0-4), 7:40 p.m. dricker), 2:34 Brookfield 0 7 7 721 Camdenton Tournament
McCarthy 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Maas 4-9, Luke Shierling 2-3, West Hancock,
Colorado (Bettis 13-7) at L.A. Dodgers Moylan 1 1 2 0 2 1 Scoring Summary Hannibal 3, Lebanon 0
Fox 24-208, Langford 24-188, Wilson 4-31,
(Kershaw 11-3), 8:10 p.m. Young 2 1 0 0 1 3 Kolton Johnson 1-15, Buckert 3-(-3).
Macon 56, South Shelby 14 Second Quarter LEB HAN
Sundays Games Detroit MAC SS MCLogan Minter 1 run (Zach Osborn run) 5 Shots 19
Atlanta at Miami, 12:10 p.m. PASSINGQND, Peters 25-39-385-2, West B Jimmy Gunn 6 pass from Bryce Hower-
Fulmer W,11-7 7 8 1 1 0 9 10 First Downs 4 6 Saves 1
Philadelphia at N.Y. Mets, 12:10 p.m. Hancock, Buckert 0-4-0-1. ton (Brandon Delana kick)
Hardy 1 1 0 0 0 1 34-222 Rushes-Yards 30-167 1 Corners 6
Washington at Pittsburgh, 12:35 p.m. RECEIVINGQND, Hyer 11-155, Mayfield Third Quarter
Lowe 2-3 2 2 2 1 1 282 Passing Yards 33 10 Fouls 5
Cincinnati at Milwaukee, 1:10 p.m. 7-108, Zach McDonald 3-62, Bryson 1-34, BCale Horton 43 pass from Howerton
Greene 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 469 Total Yards 170 4 Offsides 2
Colorado at L.A. Dodgers, 3:10 p.m. Drew Klauser 1-13, Brady Gilliland 1-13. (Delana kick)
WPDuffy, Moylan. 11-12-0 Comp-Att-Int 3-7-0 Lebanon 0 00
San Francisco at San Diego, 3:40 p.m. UmpiresHome, Laz Diaz; First, Bob 0-0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Fourth Quarter Hannibal 0 33
St. Louis at Chicago Cubs, 7:08 p.m. Davidson; Second, Dan Iassogna; Third, Hannibal 75, Fulton 22 5-35 Penalties-Yards 3-30 BHorton 35 run (Delana kick) HCaleb Ketsenburg (Nathan Detsesang)
INTERLEAGUE Lance Barrett. HANN FUL Macon 13 22 14 756 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS HCory Allensworth (Kabren Robinson)
Fridays Games T3:10. A29,480 (41,681). 22 First downs 16 South Shelby 14 0 0 014 RushingMonroe City, Cody Porter 20-94, HAllensworth (Collin Poage)
Baltimore 3, Arizona 2, 12 innings 51-405 Rushes-Yards 30-164 Scoring Summary Cole Pennewell 6-56, Minter 15-48, Zach
Saturdays Games
Arizona (Ray 8-13) at Baltimore (Miley 8-13), Wild Card Standings 81
486
Passing yards
Total yards
239
403
First Quarter
SOUBrock Wood run 41 (Dorren kick), 8:20
Osborn 8-32, Brice Falls 1-(-1), Blake Hays
3-(-2), Brookfield, Cale Horton11-132, Khalil
6:05 p.m.
Sundays Games
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct WCGB
5-5-0
0-0
Comp-Att-Int
Fumbles lost
22-36-0
0-0
SOUWood 30 run (Dorren kick), 5:30
MACNolan Bright 12 pass to Collin Welch
Walker 1-18.
PassingMonroe City, Hays 2-5-25-0,
SOFTBALL
Arizona at Baltimore, 12:35 p.m. Hannibal 21 13 27 1475 Brookfield, Howerton 5-7-81-2.
Toronto
Detroit
84
83
69
70
.549
.542

Fulton 14 8 0 022
(Kolten Underberg kick) 4:10
MACBright 4 pass to Welch (kick failed), ReceivingFalls 1-15, Minter 1-10, Brook- Prep LInescore
NL Box Baltimore
Seattle
83
81
71
72
.539
.529
12
2
Scoring Summary
First Quarter
1:50
Second Quarter
field, Horton 1-43, Gunn 2-27, Walker 1-6.
Canton 15, Marion County 0
Cubs 5, Cardinals 0 Houston 81 73 .526 212 FAlec Fleetwood 8 run (Run failed), 10:02 MACBright 79 run (Brock Emanuel run), Canton 174 315 14 0
South Callaway 28, Mark Twain 6 Marion County 000 00 4 4
St. Louis Chicago New York 79 74 .516 4 HShamar Griffith 65 run (Trevor Watson 11:55 South Callaway 7 14 0 728
ab r h bi ab r h bi NATIONAL LEAGUE kick), 9:48 MACJared Savage 1 run (Underberg Hultz and Collins; Corey and Hays.
Mark Twain 6 0 0 06 WPHultz. LPCorey. 3BCanton 1
Crpnter 2b 4 0 0 0 Fowler cf 4 1 0 0 W L Pct WCGB HWatson 1 run (Watson kick), 05:43 kick), 3:45 Scoring Summary
Gyorko ss 4 0 0 0 Bryant 3b 4 1 2 0 New York 82 72 .532 FFleetwood 20 pass from Devin Masek MACBright 53 pass to Cody Roth (Under- (Hugenberg).
First Quarter
Pscotty rf 4 0 0 0 Rizzo 1b 5 1 3 1 San Francisco 81 72 .529 (Makygh Galbreath pass from Masek), 2:52 berg kick), 1:20 SCPeyton Leeper 16 pass from Landon
M.Adams 1b 2 0 1 0 Zobrist 2b-lf 3 0 1 2 St. Louis 80 73 .523 1 Second Quarter Third Quarter Hortsman (kick)
Molina c 3 0 1 0 Russell ss 4 0 0 0
Grichuk cf 3 0 0 0 Heyward rf 3 1 0 0
Pittsburgh
Miami
77
76
76
78
.503
.494
4
5 2
1
HBilly Smashey 8 run (Waston kick), 1:34
FGalbreath 15 pass from Masek (Masek
MACBright 14 pass to Savage (Underberg
kick), 8:54
MTCaleb Hirner 65 run (kick failed)
Second Quarter
TENNIS
J.Prlta 3b 2 0 1 0 Coghlan lf 2 0 1 1 run), 0:35 MACBright 1 run (Underberg kick), 5:50 SCBennett Kroeger 26 run (kick)
Wong lf 3 0 1 0 J.Baez 2b 0 0 0 0 HWyatt Waelder 15 pass from Watson Individual Statistics SCLandon Hortsman 41 run (kick) College Results
FOOTBALL
Leake p 1 0 0 0 M.Mntro c 3 0 0 0 (Watson kick failed), 0:09 RUSHINGMacon, Bright 8-135, Travis Fourth Quarter
Kkhefer p 0 0 0 0 Soler ph 1 0 0 0 Third Quarter Wood 8-46, Nash Waller 3-18, Savage 10-17, SCBraden Belcher 2 run (kick) Men
Sclvich p 0 0 0 0 Strop p 0 0 0 0 HGriffith 47 run (Watson kick fail), 9:51 Kevin Edwards 3-5, Tynan Mitchell 2-1. South Emporia State 9, Quincy 0
G.Grcia ph 1 0 1 0 T.Wood p 0 0 0 0
Rsnthal p 0 0 0 0 Edwards p 0 0 0 0
NFL Standings HGriffith 7 run (Watson kick), 8:31
HSmashey 6 run (Watson kick), 6:46
Shelby, Brock Wood 7-104, Cody McKenzie
14-59, Daniel Burke 6-12, Alec Patterson
Singles

RACING
Lukas Winkler (ESU) def. Erik Elgasden,
Tvilala p 0 0 0 0 Arrieta p 3 1 1 0 AMERICAN CONFERENCE HKevin Campbell 23 run (Watson kick), 3-(minus-13). 6-2, 6-3
Duke p 0 0 0 0 Cntrras c 1 0 1 0 East 1:08 PASSINGMacon, Bright 11-12-282-0. Patrick Cameron (ESU) def. Danyil Vayser,
Fourth Quarter
Moss ph 1 0 0 0
J.Wllms p 0 0 0 0
W L T Pct
New England 2 0 0 1.000
PF PA
81 45 HBraden Schlueter 2 run (Watson kick),
South Shelby 3-7-33-0.
RECEIVINGMacon, Roth 3-123, Welch NASCAR Lineup 6-2, 7-6 (7-5)
Matheus Mota (ESU) def. Daniel Lozier,
Totals 28 0 5 0 Totals 33 5 9 4 N.Y. Jets 1 1 0 .500 59 54 12:00 2-84, Reece Dwiggins 1-40, Savage 2-26,
St. Louis 000 000 000 0 Miami 0 2 0 .000 34 43 HJordan Kinsel 1 run (Watson kick), 8:34 Bradley Butner 2-16, Emanuel 1-3. South
Sprint Cup 6-1, 6-0
Gerard Pont (ESU) def. Wyatt Pauley, 6-1, 6-1
Buffalo 0 2 0 .000 38 50 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Bad Boy Off Road 300
Chicago 400 100 00x 5 Shelby, Ranson Chapin 1-18, Cruz Lewis 1-8, Oliver Dixon (ESU) def. Ryan McMillan, 6-2,
South RUSHINGHannibal, Griffith 23-289, Kinsel After Friday qualifying; race Sunday
DPChicago 3. LOBSt. Louis 3, Chicago Noah Terry 1-7. 6-2
W L T Pct PF PA 6-55, Kevin Campbell 4-38, Smashey 6-32, At New Hampshire Motor Speedway
10. 2BRizzo 2 (42), Coghlan (12). SB Farhan Sadique (ESU) def. Patrick Anderson,
Houston 2 1 0 .667 42 53 Fulton, Trenton Clines 2-84, Masek 11-47, Loudon, N.H.
Zobrist (6), Heyward (9). Palmyra 59, Louisiana 0 6-1, 6-1
Tennessee 1 1 0 .500 32 40 Travis Dean 7-18, Galbreath 1-13. Lap length: 1.058 miles
IP H R ER BB SO LOU PAL Doubles
Indianapolis 0 2 0 .000 55 73 PASSINGHannibal, Watson 5-5-81-0, (Car number in parentheses)
St. Louis 7 First Downs 13 Cameron and Mota (ESU) def. Elgasden and
Jacksonville 0 2 0 .000 37 65 Fulton, Masek 21-33-228-0, Clines 1-3-11-0. 1. (19) Carl Edwards, Toyota, 135.453 mph.
Leake L,9-11 3 1-3 7 5 5 3 1 26-64 Rushes-yards 31-367 McMillan, 8-5
North RECEIVINGHannibal, Will Whitaker 3-61, 2. (78) Martin Truex Jr, Toyota, 135.212.
Kiekhefer 0 1 0 0 0 0 114 Total yards 384 Dixon and Pont (ESU) def. Vayser and Lozier,
W L T Pct PF PA Waelder 1-15, Griffith 1-5, Fulton, Fleetwood 3. (31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 134.896.
Socolovich 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 6-18-2 Comp-Att-Int 1-1-0 8-5
Pittsburgh 2 0 0 1.000 62 32 5-97, LTrevion Vaughn 4-35, Travis Dean 7-18, 4. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 134.858.
Rosenthal 1 0 0 0 1 1 2-2 Fumbles-lost 0-0 Winkler and Sadique (ESU) def. Pauley and
Baltimore 2 0 0 1.000 38 27 Isaac Franklin 3-50. 5. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 134.796.
Tuivailala 2-3 0 0 0 2 0 7-60 Penalties-yards 10-95 Anderson, 8-0
Cincinnati 1 1 0 .500 39 46 6. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 134.682.
Duke 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Louisiana 0 0 0 00 7. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 134.477.
Williams 1 1 0 0 0 1 Cleveland 0 2 0 .000 30 54 Unity-Payson 28, Central 14 Palmyra 28 17 7 759 8. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 134.363. Women
Chicago West U-P CEN Scoring Summary
Arrieta W,18-7 7 5 0 0 1 10 W L T Pct PF PA 15 First downs 19
9. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 134.221. Emporia State 8, Quincy 1
First Quarter 10. (24) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 133.901. Singles
Strop 1 0 0 0 1 1 Denver 2 0 0 1.000 55 40 19-57 Rushing 68-206 PTrenton Manning interception return
Kansas City 1 1 0 .500 45 46 11. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 133.694. Tawni Griffey (ESU) def. Amy Kuhle, 6-2, 6-3
Wood 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 282 Passing 26 (Noah Mencer kick), 10:37
San Diego 1 1 0 .500 65 47 12. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 133.445. Tahlia Walsh (ESU) def. Sydney Lynch, 6-0,
Edwards 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 339 Total yards 232 PClayton Hudson 10 run (Mencer kick),
Oakland 1 1 0 .500 63 69 13. (41) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 134.359. 6-0
Kiekhefer pitched to 1 batter in the 4th 12-21-0 Comp-Att-Int 1-4-0 8:09
NATIONAL CONFERENCE 14. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 134.354. Sarah Durham (ESU) def. Elizabeth Kuenzi,
WPLeake 2. 1-0 Fumbles-lost 0-0 PPeyton Plunkett 61 run (Mencer kick),
East 15. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 134.184. 6-4, 6-3
UmpiresHome, CB Bucknor; First, Jim 4-43 Penalties-yards 3-22 5:37
W L T Pct PF PA 16. (21) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 134.108. Kaley Clark (ESU) def. Rebecca McIsaac, 6-3,
Reynolds; Second, Fieldin Cubreth; Third, Unity 7 14 0 7 28 PHudson 10 run (Mencer kick), 1:38
N.Y. Giants 2 0 0 1.000 36 32 17. (47) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 134.032. 1-6 (10-6)
Manny Gonzalez. Central 0 8 0 6 14 Second Quarter
Philadelphia 2 0 0 1.000 58 24 18. (88) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 133.750. Amy Fugit (ESU) def. Rita Kanaeva, 6-1, 6-2
T2:53. A40,791 (41,072). Scoring Summary PDrew Begley 40 run (Mencer kick), 10:33
Dallas 1 1 0 .500 46 43 19. (4) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 133.717. Shannen Meyer (ESU) def. Morgan McGinnis,
First Quarter PJarom Alexander 66 run (Mencer kick),
AL Boxes Washington 0 2 0 .000
South
39 65 U-P Cory Miller 13 pass from Brodie
Dunker (Dunker kick), 9:11
8:11
PMencer 41 FG, 3:55
20. (95) Michael McDowell, Chevrolet,
133.133.
6-3, 6-2
Doubles
21. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 133.031. Kuhle and Kuenzi (QU) def. Clark and Durham
Indians 10, White Sox 4 W L T Pct PF PA Second Quarter Third Quarter 22. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 132.980.
Chicago Cleveland Tampa Bay 1 1 0 .500 38 64 U-P Todd Kelly 29 pass from Dunker 8-5
PBegley 84 kickoff return (Mencer kick), 23. (23) David Ragan, Toyota, 132.776. Griffey and Walsh (ESU) def. Lynch and
ab r h bi ab r h bi Carolina 1 1 0 .500 66 48 (Dunker kick), 9:31 11:44
Atlanta 1 1 0 .500 59 59 24. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 131.815. McGinnis, 8-1
Eaton cf 3 0 0 0 C.Sntna dh 4 2 3 0 U-P Miller 18 pass from Dunker (Dunker Fourth Quarter 25. (44) Brian Scott, Ford, 132.966.
Le.Grca cf 1 0 0 0 Kipnis 2b 4 1 0 0 New Orleans 0 2 0 .000 47 51 kick), 4:08 Meyer and Fugit (ESU) def. McIsaac and
PDakota Compton 3 run (Mencer kick), 9:49 26. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 132.887. Kanaeva, 8-2
| SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2016

1B | SPORTS
SPORTS EDITOR DAVID ADAM, 217-221-3376 | SUBMIT SCORES SPORTS@WHIG.COM | ONLINE AT WHIG.COM/SPORTS
Sunday Conversation
with IDNR director
Wayne Rosenthal. 2B

Montero
comes
through
in pinch
DODGERS 4
CUBS 8

By JAY COHEN
AP Sports Writer

CHICAGO Miguel Mon-


tero snapped an eighth-inning
tie with the third pinch-hit
grand slam in postseason his-
tory, and the Chicago Cubs
beat the Los Angeles Dodgers
8-4 in their NL Championship
Series opener Saturday night.
Pinch-hitter Chris Coghlan
was intentionally walked with
two outs in the eighth, load-
ing the bases and bringing up
closer Aroldis Chapmans spot
in the batting order.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon
Quincy High School midfielder J.D. Sohn, center, shares a laugh with his parents Chad, left, and Stevee at Flinn Stadium during Senior Night ceremonies before sent up Montero, who drove
the Blue Devils soccer game on Thursday against Jefferson City, Mo. | H-W Photo/Jake Shane an 0-2 slider from Joe Blanton

SCORING ON A RESTART
into the right-field bleachers
for his first hit of the playoffs.
The crowd of 42,376 at Wrig-
ley Field roared as Montero
rounded the bases and kept
cheering until the veteran
catcher popped out of the dug-
out for a curtain call.
After bouncing around foster homes as child, QHS soccer Dexter Fowler homered on
the next pitch as the Cubs re-

standout J.D. Sohn finds stability, love with adoptive parents bounded quickly from a shaky
performance by their bullpen.
Hector Rondon allowed An-
drew Toles RBI double in the
By MATT SCHUCKMAN old, and his 5-year-old sister, I definitely have a few of those ninth before Chase Utley lined
Senior Writer | 217-221-3366
mschuckman@whig.com | @SchuckWHIG
Jocee, met their aunt and uncle moments where I will be sitting into a game-ending double play.
also their soon-to-be adoptive Jon Lester pitched six sol-
parents for the first time. J.D.
there and Ill just look around id innings, Javier Baez stole

J
QUINCY and Jocee were part of the foster and be like Im lucky. Not every home with a daring dash to
.D. Sohn leaned back care program at the time and kid can have a parent that loves them as the plate and Fowler busted
in the patio chair, tilted needed stability, nurturing and his belt on a flashy catch in
his head slightly and the love Chad and Stevee wanted
much as these two do. center field to help Chicago
sized up the house that to provide. Quincy High School soccer player J.D. Sohn
take a 3-1 lead after seven in-
became his home nine Being family, you cant let nings. But the Dodgers rallied
years ago. family go elsewhere, Chad said. in the eighth, when Maddon
Weve definitely had a lot An immediate connection he did not know that yet. So I son or daughter, but not every brought in Chapman with the
of house changes, he said. It simply reaffirmed this was the said, Do you have a nickname? kid gets that. I got that. It defi- bases loaded and no outs.
didnt look like it does now. right move. And he says, My friend, Dalton nitely means a lot. It means so Chapman struck out Corey
His parents, Chad and Stevee J.D. and Chad hit if off right Gilbert, calls me J.D. Weve much. Seager and Yasiel Puig before
Sohn, both laughed. away, tossing a ball back and pretty much called him J.D. ever Hes reminded of that every Adrian Gonzalez lined a 102
Weve remodeled since then, forth the entire time we talked to since. time he steps on the field for the mph fastball back up the mid-
Chad said. him, Stevee said. Life has been different ever Quincy High School boys soccer dle for a tying, two-run single.
That process began before any It was more than a meet-and- since that day, too. team. Gonzalez clapped his hands at
drywall was hung or any con- greet. It was the chance to bond. I dont think its explainable Chad and Stevee are a con- first after delivering Los Ange-
crete was poured. I asked him what his friends how much it meant, J.D. said of stant presence in the stands, les first hit in 12 at-bats with
It started in a meeting room call him, Stevee said. He said, being adopted. Any kid would whether the Blue Devils play the bases loaded in the playoffs.
inside the Quincy Senior Cen- James. We knew his last name ask for two parents to love them
ter when J.D., then just 8 years was going to change to Sohn, but like they would love their own RESTART continues on 6B MONTERO continues on 3B

Hawks flex muscle with running game Knox County


INDIANAPOLIS
QU comes up short
20
33

By MATT SCHUCKMAN
Senior Writer | 217-221-3366
mschuckman@whig.com
in pitchers duel
@SchuckWHIG
KNOX COUNTY 0
QUINCY Having relied SALISBURY 1
on its defense to build a four-
point halftime lead Saturday By MAT MIKESELL
night, the Quincy Univer- Sports Writer | 217-221-3365
mmikesell@whig.com | @MikesellWHIG
sity football team needed a
heavy dose of ground-and-
pound to create a signature EDINA, Mo. Knox County pitcher Katie
victory. Hamlin hit her spot, but Salisbury freshman
That meant no more fancy Brooke Stefankiewicz just had a better swing.
footwork from the Hawks Stefankiewicz fought off an inside pitch on a
trio of running backs. 3-2 count and hit a two-out RBI walk-off single
Coach kind of gave us to right field in the bottom of the seventh inning
some tough love in the lock- as Salisbury beat the Knox County softball team
er room, redshirt freshman 1-0 in the Class 1 quarterfinals Saturday after-
running back Jaylan James noon. Her single was the second of the inning and
said. They told us, No more Quincy Universitys Theo Hopkins looks to pick up a fumble during the first quarter of Saturday nights third in the game for the Panthers (19-3), who
east and west. Once we game against Indianapolis. Hopkins ran 62 yards with the fumble and scored a touchdown on the play. | move on to play Van Buren (19-5) in the Class 1
found out running north and H-W Photo/Jake Shane state tournament on Friday in Springfield.
south worked, they couldnt Knox Countys season ends at 17-5 as it tried to
stop it. They didnt want to 34 seconds remaining in football as a varsity sport in Its a huge step for us and reach its first state tournament since 2012.
tackle us. We took advantage regulation, gaining 94 yards 1986, and it is arguably the for this program. I was going for the inside, Hamlin said. She
of it and went forward. of that drive on the ground most significant victory in The Hawks (5-2, 3-2 just hit it to the right side and did what she had
It left four-time defending as they beat the Greyhounds Tom Pajics five seasons as GLVC) played big when it to do. You just have to take your chances on an
Great Lakes Valley Confer- for the first time with a 33- head coach. mattered most. inside pitch.
ence champion Indianapolis 20 victory under the lights at Its a huge accomplish- QU led 21-13 when a short Hamlin was in a tough spot facing Stefankie-
flat on its back. QU Stadium. ment, said junior running punt gave Indianapolis pos- wicz, Salisburys ninth hitter, with Marchya
The Hawks marched 98 It was the first night game back Chris Harris, who had session at the Hawks 46- Jackson on third base as the game-running run.
yards for a back-breaking played at the venverable fa- 34 of his 95 yards rushing
touchdown with 3 minutes, cility since QU brought back on the game-deciding drive. MUSCLE continues on 5B DUEL continues on 3B
2B | SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2016 HERALD-WHIG | WHIG.COM

Illinois Department of Natural


Resources director Wayne
Rosenthal speaks at the
Illinois Monarch Butterfly
Conservation Summit at the
IDNR Building in Springfield in
September.

Wayne Rosenthal is rooted in


the fields and forests of central
Illinois.
A Macoupin County native
who served 30 years in the Il-
linois Air National Guard before
retiring in 2001 as a brigadier
general, Rosenthal began farm-
ing his family property in 1990
and helped establish the Wild
Rural Park Hunting and Fishing
Preserve, which was designed
to promote youth hunting and
teach conservation. He has
served on the Macoupin County
Soil and Water Conservation
District Board and was elected
to the Illinois House of Repre-
sentatives in 2011.
Rosenthal was appointed the
director of the Illinois Depart-
ment of Natural Resources in
January 2015 by Illinois Governor
Bruce Rauner. Although the
state budget crisis made his first SUNDAY CONVERSATION WITH
18 months on the job a struggle,

WAYNE ROSENTHAL
Rosenthal believes Illinois is still
a destination state for outdoors-
men and wants to continue
to create wildlife habitat that
sustains that.

With so many outdoor activi-


ties happening right now, how
exciting of a time is this for the
DNR?
Most of the people are here The director of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources talks about bowhunting, hunting rabbits and pheasants as a kid,
because they like the outdoors. the challenge of maintaining state parks with fewer people, the DNRs biggest challenge and his favorite thing to do outdoors
Were getting to the point where
the hunting seasons are starting, I N T E R V I E W BY S E N I O R S P O R T S W R I T E R M AT T S C H U C K M A N P H O T O C O U R T E SY O F I L L I N O I S D E PA R T M E N T O F N AT U R A L R E S O U R C E S
and you do a lot of work on the
habitat. Thats something we
work on all year. Everybody is Once we shoot a couple of bucks from the office? the people. To them, thats their want the parks there and realize Im a deer hunter. Thats what
eternally optimistic about the of pretty good size, we dont I do, and the great thing is I park, and they take a lot of pride the economic benefit to having I like to do. We have turkeys. We
big buck they are going to shoot have much trouble with meat in get to go out to all of the state in maintaining it. The word I get them open. We have thank all have a preserve where we raise
in the fall when they are deer the freezer. We have 30-some parks and visit them. I hike on when I come back is they are re- those vendors who supported us pheasant and quail and release
hunting. You have this optimism heads on the wall, but the last six their trails occasionally, not as ally happy that I stopped to see statewide. They would send us those. We started that to have
going into the season where or seven we put up there, we had often as I should and need to, but them but theyre disappointed shutoff notices, but they would youth hunts, and its grown from
youre like, This is going to be multiple opportunities to harvest I get to visit a lot of them. I spend that I saw them at probably their work with us and we managed there. Were more concerned
the year. Everybody has done them in previous years and we a lot of time on the road out and worst. Im saying, to me, theyve to get through the whole year about habitat than anything else.
the work to get the habitat in didnt. We gave them the op- about. I still farm, too. That is the done extremely well under the without anything closing down. Thats the thing we work on.
place. They have their food plots portunity to mature. The goal is relaxing part, to get outside and circumstances. We are $750- Thats a compliment and tribute I still farm. Everything is con-
out there. Theyve been working to get bucks 4 1/2 years old and see whats going on. I stop every $800 million behind in deferred to the local people. servation tillage. What I want
on getting their stands up. Thats give them the chance to grow. morning on the drive over at our maintenance on our parks to do is continue to improve
the way my boys are and a lot of hunting club. You never know statewide. You can absorb some Can you imagine not having water, air quality. One of the big
their friends are. Thats the way I know you grew up farm- what youre going to see in the of that for a while, but eventually state parks to go to or drive issues right now is the monarch
our archery and shotgun hunters ing. Did you also grow up as a mornings. the buildings, gazebos, picnic through? butterfly. I was at national
are, for sure. The early part of hunter? tables, the docks at some of the People like myself, I have my meetings and I was saying, I
dove season has come and gone. I grew up hunting rabbits I know budgets have made lakes, those things deteriorate own land so I get to live that have monarchs on my farm.
Duck season, everybody is look- and pheasants and throwing it a challenge, but are our state over time. Eventually, we need to every day. People who live in And I come to find out I have
ing forward to saying this year is lead at quail. We never really parks still a quality resource? put money back into the parks. the cities, live in the towns and the habitat and the milkweeds
going to be better than last year. had any deer or turkey until the Knowing the lack of resources small villages, going to the state they need. Thats something that
Theyve got their blinds drawn 1980s where I hunted. I didnt weve had over the last 12-14 Outdoor organizations have park is their opportunity to get needs to be expanded across
and their blinds in. Everybody start deer hunting until the 80s years, since 2002 especially helped fund some projects in out in nature and get out in the Illinois and across our landscape
is optimistic about the hunting because there was no place to because weve been cut out 74 the state parks. That says a lot open spaces and forests and the so we dont allow the monarch to
season and the opportunity to go in central Illinois. I started percent within the agency, it about what outdoorsmen value trees. They dont have that on become an endangered species
get outdoors. The important bowhunting because I could get amazes me how well the parks about the opportunities in Il- their own. Its important for the listed. Its not only a state and
thing is we continue to provide a tag. For gun season, it was a are maintained with the person- linois, doesnt it? state to continue to provide that. local issue, but its a national and
the opportunities for people to lottery, and you may or may not nel we have. Essentially, we Another big indicator of that: international issue. I just enjoy
enjoy the outdoors through the be lucky enough to get a tag. have half as many people work- With the budget impasse we What is the biggest challenge watching the changing seasons.
facilities and the things we do at The other thing, archery hunting ing at the parks as we did at one had last year where we werent the DNR faces? We have a lot of different ground
the DNR. allowed me to go outside and get time. There was a time we had paying our bills and didnt have To me, the biggest challenge in different conservation pro-
outdoors. I didnt care necessar- about 560 acres per individual the ability to pay our bills, in is still trying to figure out what grams. We have three wetlands
Are you a bowhunter? ily about shooting a deer, but it per employee. Now, were up to particular our utilities and we can do with what we have. weve restored. We have 50-60
I am. We were just talking gave me the opportunity to just more than 1,100 acres per em- people who supply fuel to do I tell people we dont worry acres of trees weve replanted
about this morning, and we dont be outside and learn more about ployee because weve acquired the mowing and other things, about what we dont have. Lets in the bottomlands. Weve put
ever really go out until after the the deer and how they react to more property, but we have any vendors who dealt with the figure out what we can do with dry dams in to control erosion.
weather gets a little colder. If things. less people. To me, its pretty parks that didnt get paid, they what we do have. The challenge All those things work together
you happen to wound one, we amazing how well they maintain carried us for the whole year. continues to be how can we le- for air quality, water quality, and
want to make sure we recover it I realize your job is political, those parks with the lack of Theyve all been paid now, but verage and utilize our resources, it becomes part of sustainable
without the meat going bad. We but do you still get the opportu- resources. What it really comes that goes back to the support we utilize our partners in the public agriculture.
are pretty much trophy hunters. nity to get outside and get away down to is personal pride and have from the local people who and the private sector to work
together to provide the best op- Can you imagine if you hadnt
portunities for our state. grown up in an area or in a
family that didnt appreciate the
What sets Illinois apart from outdoors?
other states with great outdoor It would definitely be differ-
opportunities? ent. I was an aviator by trade. I
We have the Illinois River and flew F-4s, but I was always close
the Mississippi River. We have to home and close to the farm.
the Shawnee National Forest I spent 30 years doing that and
in southern Illinois, so we have lived at home and got to do both.
a lot of different opportunities My three sons grew up on the
not all states have. They all have farm and in the outdoors. They
their own special things that are all deer hunters because
they like to highlight. If you go there was no upland game when
to Starved Rock State Park or they were growing up in the 80s
Pierre Marquette or Giant City, and early 90s. There just wasnt
we have these incredible lodges any. They became deer hunters
that were built in the 1930s. We because there was a deer and
have the forests and the well- turkey population that was a
maintained trails for hiking and success story of our agency. Its
biking. We have the opportunity a life we love.
to get out. Were centrally locat-
ed and have the good interstate Is Illinois still a destination
systems and roadway systems state for hunters?
to connect different parks. We Yes, it is. Thats the way wed
have the lakes the Army Corps like to keep it. We got hit with
of Engineers built Rend Lake, EHD (epizootic hemorrhagic dis-
Shelbyville, Carlyle which ease) in 2008, and it took three
are all sources for recreation on or four years until you saw the
the water. There are opportuni- quality and trophy type deer to
ties everywhere throughout reappear. It took that long for the
the state, and I think people herd to recover. So I expect in
just need to know. One of our Pike County and Calhoun County
challenges is to let people know and the areas that got hit by EHD
the opportunities are available in 2012 will see the quality of
to them. deer starting to recover. Maybe
this year, but definitely next year
Whats your favorite thing to for sure.
do in the outdoors?
WHIG.COM | HERALD-WHIG SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2016 | 3B

{ PREP TENNIS ROUNDUP }

QND wins first girls tennis sectional


By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF and Claire Moore 4-6, 6-3 to set up Thats exactly what we talked about The Blue Devils scored 16 points and
in singles to the an all-QND final. after we got done today, Arns said. finished tied for third with Champaign
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. The hardest Class 1A state In singles play, The next step is make some noise at Centennial. Normal Community won the
part of Ethan Arns day was watching tournament next QNDs Claire state. sectional team title with 25 points, and
his Quincy Notre Dame girls doubles week in Buffalo Moore finished in Ottawa was second with 17.
teams play each other for the sectional Grove. fourth place. She CHAMPAIGN, ILL.
championship. Its one goal fell to Rochesters Petty finishes in second SPRINGFIELD, MO.
That was tough having to coach accomplished, Kelsey Finley 6-1, Palmyra doubles team
both of those teams in the final, Arns Arns said. Weve Stella Tracy 6-1 in the semifi-
at Class 2A sectional
said. But I think thats a good problem all been working Defeats teammates Gabi Davis and nals. In the third- Quincy High Schools Alexis Petty
places eighth in Class 1
to have. for this. Its a nice Allison Steinkamp to win doubles title place match, she finished in second place at the Class The Palmyra girls tennis doubles
The doubles team of Lucy Stella and accomplishment, fell to Macombs 2A girls tennis sectional tournament at team of Kendra Maples and Emmy
Sam Tracy defeated teammates Gabi really. Ericka Dawson 6-2, 6-2. Centennial High School, losing 6-4, 6-0 Griesbaum finished in eighth place at
Davis and Allison Steinkamp 6-0, 6-2 to QND secured the five berths in the They just showed a tremendous to No. 1 seed Lauren Ellis of Danville on the Class 1 state tournament at the
win the doubles title, but together they state tournament after Fridays perfor- amount of determination, Arns said. Saturday. Cooper Tennis Complex on Saturday.
helped QND win the Class 1A Spring- mance, but the Lady Raiders still hoped They never gave up. They fought no Play on Saturday was delayed until In the consolation semifinals, Maples
field Sacred Heart-Griffin Sectional to grab the sectional crown. matter what the score was, and did noon because of fog. Petty opened play and Griesbaum lost to the Barstow
championship Saturday afternoon. QND Stella and Tracy defeated Roches- everything a coach could ask for and in the semifinals, defeating No. 2 seed doubles team of Emma Shapiro and
finished with 28 points. ters Kalisa Goertz and Meara Gietl the results showed. Madison Vail of Normal Community 7-6, Lena Wencker 6-1, 6-0.
Its the Lady Raiders first team sec- 6-1, 6-1, while Davis and Steinkamp Its the kind of performance that 1-6, 6-2. Petty was the only Blue Devil to In the seventh-place match, the duo
tional championship in program history. defeated Greenvilles duo of Noell makes QND believe it can capture med- qualify for the state tennis tournament lost to Sydney Lister and Mady Duncan
QND is sending the two doubles teams Beans and Chloe Schaufelberger 7-5, als at the state tournament. next week. from John Burroughs 6-2, 6-4.

MONTERO | FROM 1B DUEL | FROM 1B

Lester was lifted for pinch hitter after 77 pitches Double play in sixth
But everything changed ruins Eagles best hope
in the bottom half of a
crazy eighth, leaving both Walking her meant bring- on an infield single on the
managers to answer for ing leadoff hitter Mikayla next at-bat, but she was
a couple of difficult deci- Sturm to the plate. stranded after a ground
sions. Lester was lifted for We talk about those out.
a pinch hitter after just 77 situations a lot, Hamlin I really thought we
pitches. said. Weve worked on could get something go-
Blanton relieved to start that a lot. (Salisbury) did ing, Knox County coach
the eighth and gave up Ben their job, and I give that Becky Barnhill said.
Zobrists leadoff double. credit to them. (McCabe) thought the
Addison Russell ground- Jackson led off the bot- ball was going to get down
ed to third, and Dodgers tom of the seventh with a and went ahead and went.
manager Dave Roberts had bloop single down the left- If she could think about
Blanton intentionally walk field line. She advanced to it now, she probably
left-handed hitting Jason second on a sacrifice bunt wouldnt have gone again,
Heyward to bring up righty before moving to third on but I dont think it was
Javier Baez against the a one-hopper back to the that one thing that didnt
right-handed Blanton. mound for the second out. get us going.
You got to walk Hey- Stefankiewicz worked a Knox Countys Haleigh
ward with the open base, full count and fought off a Miller led off the fifth with
Roberts said. few pitches before knock- a single. She advanced to
Baez flied to right, and ing in Jackson to give the second on a sacrifice and
lefty swinging Coghlan hit Panthers their second to third on a groundout.
for righty David Ross, and state tournament appear- However, a strikeout end-
Roberts decided to inten- ance in three seasons. ed the frame.
tionally walk him to load She just shortened her Salisbury freshman
the bases bringing up Chicago Cubs catcher Miguel Montero, right, celebrates after hitting a grand slam during the eighth swing, gritted her teeth pitcher Bryn Woodridge
Chapmans spot in the bat- inning of Game 1 of the National League Championship Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers on and got the job done, threw a complete-game
ting order. Saturday in Chicago. | AP Photo/David J. Phillip Salisbury coach Nate shutout, allowed four hits
Obviously Im looking King said. and struck out five. Ham-
at the card and I see Chap- love the matchups against sending up Montero, who came back with another She doesnt play like a lin allowed just three hits
mans still in the game, Chapman, anyway. fouled off a slider and slider on the 0-2 pitch, and freshman. Just calm and in 623 innings, and she
Roberts said. Its hard to Maddon responded by missed another. Blanton Montero drove it 402 feet. cool. struck out three.
The Eagles were lim- The Eagles just couldnt
ited to just four hits. Knox get the base hit it needed.
Countys best chance to The Panthers did.
break the deadlock came I knew it was going
{ PREP GOLF ROUNDUP } in the sixth inning when to come down to one hit
senior shortstop Madi- because were so evenly

Rough final day for Blue Devils at state son McCabe led off with
a single to center, but
she was doubled off two
matched, Barnhill said.
I didnt think it was go-
ing to end that way.
By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF Weibring Golf Club at Illinois two-day score of 175. She had day score of 350, and finished pitches later when senior I told the girls it was
State University on Saturday six pars but had no birdies. 100 strokes over par. Charleston Lindsey Hubble lined out going to come down to
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. The afternoon. Charleston won the team beat out Nashville by seven to right field. Sophomore one thing, and thats what
second day of the Class 3A state Hoebing finished with a two- championship with a second- shots. Savannah Mauck reached happened.
golf tournament wasnt kind to day score of 165.
the Quincy High School boys golf Normal University won the
team. team championship after shoot-
Entering the day tied for ing a 308 and finished 56 shots
10th out of 12 teams with a 323, over par for the tournament.
the Blue Devils shot a 341 on Normal University beat Aurora
Saturday afternoon at the Den at Marmion Academy by six shots
Fox Creek Golf Course to finish for the championship.
88 strokes over par and in 12th Luke Armbrust from Wheaton
place. QHS finished 11 strokes St. Francis won the individual
behind 11th place Mundelein. championship after carding a
Hinsdale Central won its sixth 2-over par 73. He finished with a
consecutive state champion- two-day score of 147, and beat
ship, shooting a 302 to finish 17 Mundelein Carmels Tyler An-
shots over par for the tourna- derson and Normal Universitys
ment. It was 25 shots better than Dallas Koth by one shot.
runner-up New Trier. Hoebing had one birdie on the
Hinsdale Centrals Brendan par-4 No. 3. He had four bogeys
OReilly won the individual title and four pars.
after firing a 1-over par 73 to
win with a 2-under par 172 for DECATUR, ILL.
the tournament, winning by five Totsch tied for 22nd,
shots.
Cooper Larson shot the
Hawley tied for 47th
lowest round for QHS with an Illini West girls golfer Mor-
11-over par 83. His lone birdie gan Totsch fired her second
came on the par-4 No. 7, but he consecutive 84 in the Class 1A
finished the front nine 7-over par. state tournament at Red Tail Run
Jimmie Patterson carded an Golf Course, which concluded
84 with two birdies on his round, Saturday afternoon.
while Parker Campbell shot an Totschs final round helped
86. T.J. Wensing finished with her finish tied for 22nd with a
an 86. two-day score of 168. She was
The Blue Devils carded 12 19 shots behind Charlestons
triple bogeys or worse in the Lauren Chappell, who won the
round and had just seven birdies. individual championship after
shooting a 3-over par 75.
NORMAL, ILL. Totsch had one birdie on her
QNDs Hoebing ties round, coming on the par-3 No.
5. She followed that with two
for 59th place bogeys and two pars to close out
Quincy Notre Dames Nathan the front nine.
Hoebing shot an 11-over par 82 Pittsfields Lauren Hawley
to finish tied for 59th in the Class carded a second-day score of 90
2A state golf tournament at the to finish tied for 47th. She had a
4B | SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2016 HERALD-WHIG | WHIG.COM

{ COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD }

Scores SE Louisiana 58, Stephen F. Austin 34


Two Gators picks returned for TDs
Sam Houston St. 48, Abilene Christian 21
EAST UTSA 14, Rice 13 MISSOURI 14 mentum shift for the whole team, sprained left knee. And the Gators
Amherst 41, Colby 0 West Virginia 48, Texas Tech 17 Tabor said. I felt like I did that for were flagged for eight false starts.
Army 62, Lafayette 7 FAR WEST
FLORIDA 40
Ball St. 31, Buffalo 21 Arizona Christian 29, Texas College 22 my team today. Knee felt great, Del Rio said.
Buffalo St. 27, Alfred St. 0 Cal Lutheran 34, Claremont-Mudd 0 By MARK LONG Tabor, widely considered a first- Brett Favre said it: Playing injured
Colgate 27, Bucknell 7 Cal Poly 55, Portland St. 35
Dartmouth 20, Towson 17 Idaho 55, New Mexico St. 23 AP Sports Writer round pick in the 2017 NFL draft, or hurt is not an excuse for playing
DePauw 69, Allegheny 21 Montana 68, Sacramento St. 7 squatted on a short pass by Drew poorly. The knee didnt affect me
Fordham 44, Yale 37 Montana Tech 34, Carroll (Mont.) 15
Franklin & Marshall 25, McDaniel 7 N. Arizona 52, Idaho St. 7 GAINESVILLE, Fla. When Lock and went untouched for a 39- at all. It was just bad decisions, bad
Holy Cross 27, Harvard 17 New Mexico 45, Air Force 40 Steve Spurrier spoke to No. 18 Flor- yard score in the second quarter. throws.
Illinois 24, Rutgers 7 Pacific (Ore.) 55, Lewis & Clark 0
Juniata 38, Ursinus 27 Rocky Mountain 21, Montana St.-Northern ida earlier in the week, he talked It was Tabors second Pick Six in as Floridas defense once again bailed
Lehigh 35, Georgetown 3 13 about how one player can affect the many years against the Tigers (2- out a less-than-sharp offense, which
Maine 20, Albany (NY) 16 Southern Cal 48, Arizona 14
Mass. Maritime 24, Westfield St. 21 UC Davis 34, N. Colorado 21 entire team. 4, 0-3). Not to be outdone, Wilson has become an all-too-often occur-
Mass.-Dartmouth 42, Worcester St. 26 Utah 19, Oregon St. 14 The message stuck with Jalen Ta- stepped in front of Sean Culkin on the rence in Gainesville.
Merchant Marine 16, RPI 13 Weber St. 45, Montana St. 27
Middlebury 49, Williams 23 bor, who wanted to be and was ensuing possession, picked off Locks Missouri went three-and-out on its
Muhlenberg 43, Gettysburg 7
North Carolina 20, Miami 13
Summaries that guy Saturday. pass and went 78 yards the other way first six possessions, and Lock threw
Norwich 28, Anna Maria 7 Florida 40, Missouri 14 Tabor and Quincy Wilson returned for his first career touchdown. for a meager 39 yards. The result was
Penn 35, Columbia 10 Missouri
Florida
0
0 20 6
0 7 7 14
14 40
interceptions for touchdowns, help- When youve got two great corners a ninth consecutive conference loss
Pittsburgh 45, Virginia 31
Princeton 31, Brown 7 Second Quarter ing No. 18 Florida beat Missouri 40- like that, theyve got to pick one side for the Tigers.
Sacred Heart 31, Cornell 24 FLAFG Pineiro 53, 11:56
FLAFG Pineiro 24, 5:45
14 and move into first place in the of the field, Gators coach Jim McEl- Its definitely one of the worst feel-
Salisbury 77, William Paterson 19
Salve Regina 52, Nichols 14 FLATabor 39 interception return (Pineiro Southeastern Conferences Eastern wain said. Its like pick your poison. ings as a quarterback when you cant
St. Francis (Pa.) 38, Bryant 3 kick), 3:25
FLAQ.Wilson 78 interception return
Division. The cornerback tandem Where you going to go with it? hold up your end, Lock said. Its on
Stony Brook 14, Rhode Island 3
Syracuse 31, Virginia Tech 17 (Pineiro kick), 1:14 provided nearly as many highlights Florida, at least early, looked like it you. You force your defense back out
SOUTH Third Quarter
MIZAugusta 1 run (McCann kick), 12:32
as either offense and saved the Gators might need both of them on a rainy on the field and they can barely get
Alabama 49, Tennessee 10
Alabama A&M 40, Ark.-Pine Bluff 7 FLACleveland 20 pass from Del Rio (pass (5-1, 3-1) from a fourth homecoming day in the Swamp. off the field because theyre so tired.
Alabama St. 56, MVSU 24 failed), 3:47
Fourth Quarter
loss in the last seven years. Playing for the first time in a Were out there making them play for
Albany St. (Ga.) 26, Morehouse 21
Alcorn St. 23, Texas Southern 20 FLAScarlett 33 run (Pineiro kick), 11:43 Anytime you get a defensive score month, Luke Del Rio threw three 10 minutes at a time, and thats not
Butler 20, Davidson 17 MIZWitter 1 run (McCann kick), 1:23
FLACallaway 44 kickoff return (Pineiro
or a non-offensive score, its a mo- interceptions in his return from a right.
Cent. Arkansas 35, McNeese St. 0
Clemson 24, NC State 17, OT kick), 1:17
Coastal Carolina 17, Gardner-Webb 7 A88,825.
Dayton 36, Jacksonville 16 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
E. Illinois 30, Tennessee Tech 24 RUSHINGMissouri, Crockett 14-145,
Emory & Henry 27, Randolph-Macon 20 Witter 15-82, Zanders 8-31, Lock 3-18,
FIU 27, Charlotte 26 Augusta 2-3, A.Ross 2-(minus 3), (Team)
Florida 40, Missouri 14 2-(minus 11). Florida, Perine 11-106, Scarlett
Florida A&M 41, Delaware St. 27 12-101, M.Thompson 10-65, B.Powell 2-14,
Florida St. 17, Wake Forest 6 Cronkrite 3-6, Del Rio 1-(minus 5).
Furman 52, ETSU 7 PASSINGMissouri, Lock 4-18-2-39, Zan-
Georgia Tech 35, Georgia Southern 24 ders 3-4-0-59. Florida, Del Rio 18-38-3-236.
Jacksonville St. 34, Austin Peay 14 RECEIVINGMissouri, Mason 2-20,
Louisiana Tech 56, UMass 28 Floyd 1-34, J.Reese 1-24, J.Moore 1-15,
Marist 44, Morehead St. 41 J.Johnson 1-4, Crockett 1-1. Florida,
Marshall 27, FAU 21 B.Powell 4-38, Cleveland 3-79, Goolsby
Maryville (Tenn.) 42, Ferrum 19 3-40, Callaway 3-28, Perine 1-31, Lewis
Mercer 38, W. Carolina 24 1-13, Cronkrite 1-11, Fulwood 1-(minus 2),
Minnesota 31, Maryland 10 Herndon 1-(minus 2).
Mount Ida 13, Gallaudet 12 MISSED FIELD GOALSFlorida, Pineiro
NC A&T 52, Bethune-Cookman 35 32.
NC Central 33, Savannah St. 3
NC Wesleyan at Methodist, ppd. Illinois 24, Rutgers 7
North Greenville 31, Tusculum 7 Illinois 0 7 10 7 24
Pikeville 59, Cincinnati Christian 0 Rutgers 0 0 0 7 7
Richmond 23, Villanova 0 Second Quarter
Rowan 17, S. Virginia 7 ILLFoster 5 pass from Crouch (McLaugh-
The Citadel 22, Chattanooga 14 lin kick), 8:47
Troy 31, Georgia St. 21 Third Quarter
Valparaiso 21, Stetson 18 ILLFoster 5 run (McLaughlin kick), 11:48
Vanderbilt 17, Georgia 16 ILLFG McLaughlin 37, 7:54
W. Kentucky 44, Middle Tennessee 43, 2OT Fourth Quarter
Washington & Lee 48, Guilford 34 RUTArcidiacono 3 pass from Rescigno
William & Mary 24, Delaware 17 (Bonagura kick), 14:56
MIDWEST ILLMosely 78 interception return
Alma 38, Aurora 14 (McLaughlin kick), 9:23
Ashland 63, Lake Erie 6 A42,640.
Augsburg 27, St. Olaf 9 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Bemidji St. 52, Minot St. 28 RUSHINGIllinois, Foster 21-108, Corbin
Bethel (Minn.) 32, Gustavus 17 8-90, Crouch 11-25, M.Turner 1-5, Vaughn
Buena Vista 48, Luther 24 1-2, (Team) 1-(minus 2). Rutgers, R.Martin
Carthage 37, Elmhurst 28 16-95, Goodwin 13-51, Rescigno 12-37,
Case Reserve 48, Thiel 21 Laviano 7-15, Harris 2-5, Denman 0-0.
Cent. Michigan 34, N. Illinois 28, 3OT PASSINGIllinois, Crouch 6-14-1-92.
Chicago 33, Rhodes 26 Rutgers, Laviano 7-12-0-62, Rescigno
Concordia (Moor.) 34, Hamline 14 10-18-1-120.
Defiance 20, Anderson (Ind.) 13 RECEIVINGIllinois, M.Turner 2-18, Foster
Doane 27, Hastings 19 2-8, Vaughn 1-61, Hardee 1-5. Rutgers,
E. Michigan 27, Ohio 20 Patton 5-90, Tsimis 5-39, Harris 3-9, Arcidi-
Ferris St. 45, N. Michigan 23 acono 2-3, Agudosi 1-23, Goodwin 1-18.
Grand Valley St. 41, Truman St. 3 MISSED FIELD GOALSIllinois,
Grand View 38, Graceland (Iowa) 14 McLaughlin 51, McLaughlin 42.
Illinois Wesleyan 62, Carroll (Wis.) 10
Iowa 49, Purdue 35
Lake Forest 35, Macalester 14
Western Illinois 38,
Mac Murray 59, Greenville 46 Missouri State 35 Illinois running back Kendrick Foster is chased by Rutgers linebacker Trevor Morris, left, during the first half of Saturdays college
Marietta 66, Wilmington (Ohio) 23 W. Illinois 10 7 14 7 38
Missouri St. 0 7 7 21 35 football game in Piscataway, N.J. | AP Photo/Mel Evans
Mary 26, Minn.-Crookston 13
First Quarter

Illini force five turnovers in victory


Miami (Ohio) 18, Kent St. 14
Minn. Duluth 33, Northern St. (SD) 19 WILMcShane 3 run (Knuffman kick),
Minn. St.-Mankato 42, Augustana (SD) 35 9:42.
Missouri Valley 40, Cent. Methodist 13 WILFG Knuffman 33, 2:28.
Mount Union 45, Capital 0 Second Quarter
Muskingum 14, Baldwin-Wallace 13 MIZSTFurmanek 6 pass from Lambert,
Nebraska 27, Indiana 22 (Drake kick), 7:41. ILLINOIS 24 ning the football game, son opener. within 17-7.
WILLesure 3 pass from McGuire (Knuff-
North Dakota 45, S. Utah 23
man kick), 0:06. RUTGERS 7 yes, Smith said. About The Illini defense forced It wasnt enough to pre-
Northwestern 54, Michigan St. 40
Ohio Wesleyan 28, Hiram 21 Third Quarter this one game. You have five turnovers, recover- vent the Scarlet Knights
MIZSTHolliman 32 pass from Lambert
Olivet 31, Albion 14
(Drake kick), 9:48. By TOM CANAVAN to celebrate every game to ing four fumbles and get- from losing their fourth
Rose-Hulman 44, Manchester 9
S. Dakota St. 19, N. Dakota St. 17 WILGilmore 1 run (Knuffman kick), 7:11. AP Sports Writer feel good about it. Sense of ting the game-clinching, straight game.
WILGilmore 3 run (Knuffman kick), 0:48.
SW Baptist 51, William Jewell 28
San Diego 38, Drake 7 Fourth Quarter relief? Yeah. You can give fourth-quarter 75-yard Rescigno had Rutgers
Sioux Falls 41, Winona St. 30 MIZSTStewart 49 pass from Lambert PISCATAWAY, N.J. it a few different descrip- interception return for a at the Illini 25 with a first
(Drake kick), 13:00.
South Dakota 33, Indiana St. 30, 2OT
St. Cloud St. 41, Minn. St.-Moorhead 38 MIZSTHoover 3 pass from Lambert Riding a four-game losing tions. There definitely was touchdown from Mosely, down on the next series,
St. Francis (Ind.) 44, Concordia (Mich.) 6 (Drake kick), 11:43. streak, all Illinois coach a lot of excitement. Theres who also had a fumble re- but Mosely intercepted his
MIZSTHolliman 11 pass from Lambert
St. Johns (Minn.) 62, Carleton 0
Taylor 21, Siena Heights 14 (Drake kick), 4:22. Lovie Smith wanted was nothing like seeing a locker covery. short pass to the left side.
Toledo 42, Bowling Green 35 WILMoore 1 run (Knuffman kick), 0:43. for a couple of his players room after a big win and We started him for the The clincher came after
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Upper Iowa 41, Concordia (St.P.) 21
W. Illinois 38, Missouri St. 35 RUSHINGW. Illinois, S. McShane 17-63, to make some big plays. thats what we had today. first time at the nickel posi- play was delayed a couple
W. Michigan 41, Akron 0 J. Gilmore 12-42, S. McGuire 12-31, L. Halfback Kendrick Fos- Foster, who rushed for tion and that was probably of minutes for an injury
Lenoir 1-8, D. Moore 1-1. Missouri St., J.
WV Wesleyan 21, Urbana 20
Wabash 24, Kenyon 3 Randall 7-91, C. Crowder 8-16, P. Johnson ter did it early, Darius 108 yards on 21 carries, ran the play of the game, that Scarlet Knights lineman
Wartburg 20, Simpson (Iowa) 6 2-1, C. Clanton 1-1, B. Lambert 5-(minus 4). Mosely came through 5 yards for a touchdown long interception return, J.J. Denman.
PASSINGW. Illinois, S. McGuire 24-41-1-
Wayne (Mich.) 47, Walsh 14
William Penn 13, Peru St. 9 323. Missouri St., B. Lambert 24-43-3-290. late and the Illini defense and caught a 5-yard scor- Smith said. ... Times like It didnt work out the
Wis.-Oshkosh 13, Wis.-Stevens Pt. 3 RECEIVINGW. Illinois, L. Lenoir 7-142, J. stepped up all game in forc- ing pass from first-time when you have a four game way we thought it would,
Borsellino 5-66, J. Gilmore 4-45, A. Conrady
Youngstown St. 14, N. Iowa 10
SOUTHWEST 2-22, S. McShane 3-20, I. Lesure 2-20, T. ing five turnovers in a 24-7 starter Chayce Crouch in losing streak going you but it happens, Rescigno
Arkansas St. 17, South Alabama 7 Harper 1-8. Missouri St., L. Stewart 4-95, D. win over mistake-prone helping the Fighting Illini need someone to elevate said. You have to get over
Holliman 4-59, E. Furmanek 5-47, J. Esters
Baylor 49, Kansas 7
Mary Hardin-Baylor 59, E. Texas Baptist 22 1-37, Z. Hoover 6-35, W. Chambers 2-12, C. Rutgers 24-7 Saturday. (2-4, 1-2 Big Ten) win for their game. He did. it and move on to the next
Oklahoma 38, Kansas St. 17 Crowder 1-3, J. Randall 1-2. We feel good about win- the first time since the sea- Gio Rescigno, who re- play.
placed Chris Laviano at The first half was domi-
the start of the second half, nated by mistakes.
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{ PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP } { COLLEGE SOCCER ROUNDUP }

Minus Stanford, OT goal runs HLGU streak to eight


Payson Seymour By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF victory in a Heart of America Athletic Confer- into the game. That would be all the scoring in

loses title match HANNIBAL, Mo. An overtime goal allowed


the Hannibal-LaGrange University mens soccer
ence mens soccer game against Culver-Stock-
ton College.
Harrington scored the first of his three goals
the game. Lyon outshot the Trojans 13-8.

CULVER-STOCKTON WOMEN 2,
By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF team to run its winning streak to eight games in the 31st minute with an assist from Etienne MIDAMERICA NAZARENE 1
in a 2-1 American Midwest Conference victory Proult as the Pioneers took a 1-0 advantage. The Wildcats hang on to upset
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. The Payson Seymour volleyball over Lyon Saturday afternoon. lone goal for the Wildcats (6-6-3, 3-5-1 Heart)
team, minus junior hitter Josie Stanford, lost 25-22, HLGUs Ignacio Garrido scored an unassisted came from the foot of Alejandro Mentasti two
No. 25-ranked Pioneers
25-8 to Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin on Saturday goal in the 99th minute, which game on the minutes later. CANTON, Mo. Heather Pendegraft as-
in the championship match of the St. Thomas More Trojans 22nd shot. In the second half, Nazarene (10-2-1, 7-1-0 sisted on both goals for the Culver-Stockton
Tournament. The Trojans (8-3-2, 7-0 AMC) had to rally from Heart) scored four goals within a 10 minute, 40 College womens soccer team in a 2-1 victory
Sophomore Riley Epperson had eight kills against a one-goal deficit after Lyons Ignacio Zuniga second span with two more coming from Har- over No. 25-ranked MidAmerica Nazarene
SHG. Kayla Mellon had 15 assists for the Indians. scored in the 37th minute. HLGUs Isaac Lehm- rington. on Saturday afternoon in a Heart of America
Phenomenal. The girls played great all day. We kul tied the game when he scored on an assist Athletic Conference match.
played some really solid teams today, Indians coach by Hugo Lopez in the 62nd minute. HLGU WOMEN 1, LYON 0 It was Senior Day for the Wildcats (8-5-2,
Teresa Loos-Tedrow said. HGLU outshot Lyon 22-6, and the Trojans took Goal in games first minute 5-4-0 Heart), and senior Kira McGrotty to get
Payson Seymour (27-5) won three games in pool 10 corner kicks. the scoring going in the 12th minute of play
play, defeating Danville 25-15, 25-9, Decatur MacArthur
all Trojans need to win with her sixth goal of the season with an assist
25-15, 25-20 and Mahomet-Seymour 17-25, 25-21, 15-7. MIDAMERICA NAZARENE 5, HANNIBAL, Mo. It didnt take long for from Pendegraft. Sophomore Makkel Parrott
The Indians faced St. Thomas more in the semifinals CULVER-STOCKTON MEN 1 Hannibal-LaGrange Unviersity defender Cara scored in the 30th minute on another assist from
and lost the opening set 25-19. They also lost Stanford Four-goal barrage too much Cook to find the back of the net on Saturday Pendegraft.
to an ankle injury in that set. However, they rallied to afternoon in a 1-0 victory over Lyon in an Ameri- MidAmerica Nazarene (7-3-4, 5-2-1 Heart) got
win the next two sets 25-20, 15-13. The Indians took a
for Wildcats to overcome can Midwest Conference match. one goal in the 57th minute from Lauren Koker,
10-6 lead in the third set when Paige Perrine went on a CANTON, Mo. Dominic Harrington of Cook found the back of the net with an assist but C-SC goalkeeper Kehley Bitzas stopped 10
six-point serving run. MidAmerica Nazarene had a hat trick in a 5-1 from teammate Kylee Hamilton just 39 seconds shots to earn the victory.
Stanford and junior Melina Tedrow were named to
the all-tournament team.

WAVERLY, ILL.
Central takes fourth at Waverly MUSCLE | FROM 1B

Despite losing three games, Central finished fourth


in the Waverly Tournament Saturday.
QU puts game away with 14-play, 98-yard TD drive
Centrals lone victory came in a 25-8, 25-12 victory
over Pittsfield in the Lady Panthers third match of the yard line. Behind redshirt thats something big, Pajic
day. Brey Genenbacher had six kills, while Alexis Wil- freshman quarterback Bryce said as the Hawks finished
liams dished out 13 assists. Stancombe, who was mak- with 273 yards rushing. (Of-
Central had a 25-20, 21-25 tie over Greenfield-North- ing his first career start, the fensive coordinator Gary)
western in the second match of the day. Genenbacher Greyhounds (2-5, 1-3 GLVC) Bass said to me, It looks like
led with 14 kills. drove to the 1-yard line where weve got a group that can
The Lady Panthers opened with a 25-16, 25-17 loss to they faced third and goal. pound the rock for us, Coach.
Calhoun, and Lauren Gille led with five kills. However, Stancombe fum- Its not when you have to, but
Central lost its final two matches. The first one was bled the ball at the line of when you want to.
a 26-24, 13-25, 15-13 loss to New Berlin, and the second scrimmage, and the Hawks To do it the way we did it,
was a 25-23, 25-11 loss to Jacksonville Routt. Genen- Cody Leonard emerged with thats a big statement for us.
bacher had nine kills against New Berlin and four kills the ball at the 2-yard line. The Hawks forced the
against Routt. It was the fourth fumble Greyhounds to turn the ball
the QU defense forced and over on downs at midfield,
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. recovered, three of which led and three plays later while
Blue Devils lose in two sets on road directly to points. facing third and 1, James
We studied film all week, ran over the right side of the
Quincy High School suffered a 25-23, 25-18 loss to said QU linebacker Theo Hop- line, powered through India-
Jefferson City Helias Saturday afternoon. Sidney Heck kins, who returned a fumble napolis linebacker Alex Par-
led the Blue Devils (20-10) with three kills and two 62 yards for a touchdown sons and ripped off a 41-yard
blocks. Kailey Owsley had seven digs, while Ali Spohr in the first quarter. With touchdown run with 1:06 to
dished out five assists. coaches, without coaches, we play.
studied film so wed be in the Id say I surprised myself
SHERRARD, ILL. right position to stop them. on that one, said James,
Unity upsets United, places third We knew we had to get turn- who had 110 of his 112 yards
overs. We had to make (Stan- rushing in the second half.
Unity placed third in the Sherrard Tournament Satur- combe) discombobulated. QUs Dominique Bobo is tackled by Indianapolis Aeneas White during At first, it was just to get the
day by handing Monmouth United its second loss of the After Leonards fumble Saturday nights game at QU Stadium. | H-W Photo/Jake Shane first down. After (Parsons)
season 25-19, 20-25, 15-13. recovery, the Hawks ran the met me in the hole and after
The Lady Mustangs went 3-1 in pool play to finish in ball 11 times on a 14-play before Robbie Kelley con- It padded the lead to 27-13. I bounced off, I saw touch-
a three-way tie for the pool championship. Unity beat drive, picking up a pair of nected with Owen Schoenen- To do it in the fashion we down. Once I saw green
Farmington 25-14, 25-13 before losing to Sherrard 21- third downs and marching to berger on a 4-yard touch- did, knowing weve tried to grass, I tried to take off as
25, 25-22, 15-10. the Greyhounds 4-yard line down pass on third and goal. be that way for five years now, fast as I can.
In its next match, Unity trailed Prophetstown 24-20
in the second set before rallying to win 22-25, 27-25,
15-10. The Lady Mustangs won their final pool match by
beating Kewanee 24-26, 25-14, 15-11.
Kaylee Kuhn, who was selected to the all-tour- { PREP ROUNDUP }
nament team, led Unity (21-8) with 46 kills. Jordan
Hildebrand added 42 kills.

BUSHNELL, ILL.
Robbins helps Liberty place second in Peoria
West Hancock loses three of four By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF Grainger finished in 23rd place in 16:28.5. QNDs Hannibal finished the regular season with a
Zach Haley finished in 18th in 16:13.5. 14-10 record.
West Hancock opened play at the Bushnell-Prairie PEORIA, Ill. Katelyn Robbins finished in
City Tournament with a 25-19, 22-25, 15-6 victory over fourth place to help the Liberty girls cross coun- HANNIBAL, MO. SHELBYVILLE, MO.
host Bushnell-Prairie on Saturday. However, the Titans try team to a second-place finish at the Patriot Marshall routs Pirates North Shelby cant keep up
lost the remaining three matches. Invitational on Saturday at Detweiler Park.
Against Bushnell-Prairie City, Emma Knipe had eight Robbins crossed the line in 18 minutes, 9.3
to finish unbeaten in NCMC with undefeated Greenfield
kills, Krisma Greer had 16 digs and Allison McMillan seconds. Libertys Megan Barry finished 17th The Hannibal boys soccer lost its regular North Shelby scored a touchdown in the first
had eight assists. in 19:04.8. Liberty finished with 125 points. St. season finale to Marshall 6-0 in a North Central quarter but was held scoreless the rest of the
West Hancock lost to Biggsville West Central 25-16, Joseph-Ogden won the team title with 68 points. Missouri Conference game. way in a 72-6 loss to Greenfield on Saturday
25-19, and followed with a 26-24, 25-16 loss to North Ella Borrowman finished in 44th in 20:05.7 to Marshall finished the regular season 12-0 in afternoon in an eight-man football game.
Fulton. The Titans ended the day with a 25-20, 25-20 help Quincy Notre Dame finish 10th. Illini West NCMC play, the first team to do so since Han- Greenfield (9-0) scored 22 points in the open-
defeat to Havana, which won the tournament title. finished 33rd. nibal finished the regular season undefeated in ing quarter and led 44-6 at the half. Greenfield
Knipe had 21 kills in the tournament. On the boys side, Libertys Lucas Booher 2012. racked up 237 rushing yards and 126 passing
finished seventh in 15:53.8 as the Eagles finished Marshall scored four goals in the first half and yards. North Shelby (5-4) had just 102 yards of
16th. Illini West finished in sixth place as Clayton added two more goals in the second half. offense.

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Longo unhappy with level of play in finale


CHAMINADE 2 dium. ing Mark Cleveland in the ninth ing at the level theyre capable of. had missed four games with a
QHS 0 Its frustrating because in the minute. Sometimes you just have to do it. foot injury and one for yellow
second half we made some plays, That first goal was just a lack That move may have caused cards, but he returned to the
By BRYAN GIBBONS and their keeper just stood on his of effort as far as communicat- a spark. The starters returned lineup on Saturday.
Sports Writer | (217) 223-5100 head, so it wasnt like we didnt ing, Longo said. Thats been a with 20 minutes left in the game It was exciting to be able to
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have the opportunities, QHS problem all year ... just simple and Chaminade leading 2-0. The come back for our last home
coach Matt Longo said. Weve little talking where we should Blue Devils had seven corner game, Sohn said. Once I got out
QUINCY The Quincy High gone 20 games this year and sev- have forced the guy to the outside kicks in the final 19 minutes and here I enjoyed every bit of it.
School boys soccer team hoped en games last year scoring goals, where it would have been much forced Dreher to make three ath- The team captain admitted
to fine tune things during Sat- so its disappointing to come away more difficult to score. letic saves to keep Quincy off the that the Blue Devils communica-
urdays regular-season finals be- from today with a goose egg. Longo later benched his en- scoreboard. tion was not up to par.
fore regional play starts Tuesday. Quincy (12-5-4) got off four tire starting 11 for a 10-minute When I put them back in, they We dont do it often, so hope-
Instead, the Blue Devils were shots in the first half but none stretch in the second half. were a little bit better. They were fully this is something we can
shut out for the first time in 27 got past Chaminade keeper Ja- The heart and the desire just more aggressive to the ball, and just put in the past and look for-
games. cob Dreher. The Red Devils had wasnt there at the level that I we had more opportunities, ward to the postseason, Sohn
QHS took 10 shots and had better luck on the other end. Nick thought it needed to be to pre- Longo said. That keeper made said.
eight corner kicks, all in the sec- Lennartz tallied the only goal of pare for postseason play, Longo three outstanding saves that The Blue Devils open postsea-
ond half, but could not break the first half when he streaked said. It was more of a frustra- should have been pretty good son at 5 p.m. Tuesday when it
through in a 2-0 loss against up the right side before cutting tion thing that you had kids out goals. plays Belleville East at OFallon.
Chaminade (Mo.) at Flinn Sta- through the defense and beat- there just playing and not play- Senior midfielder J.D. Sohn

RESTART | FROM 1B

Soccer ball was like a security blanket for Sohn when he was growing up
near or far, as are the change. I cant say it was was just having an aw-
aunts, uncles and grand- hard to get used to because ful night, J.D. said. Dad
parents who complete the it was what we wanted, but came down and all he
Sohn cheering section. its still an adjustment. said was, Life goes on.
Knowing that someone But no matter what, we In your worst moments,
cares enough to come out wouldnt change it for the you cant let things get
there, record the games world. to you. Theres always a
sometimes, watch it, cheer J.D. wouldnt either. tomorrow. You just have to
for me, it makes me feel It wasnt bad, because look past whatever youre
special, J.D. said. for a while I was just going through and go from
What he does on the bouncing from foster home there.
field is something special to foster home, J.D. said. Its not easy to do when
as well. When I realized I was youre 8 years old, but
going to live somewhere somehow J.D. did that. Its
Game he loves for good, I was rather ex- because he found a family
cited and happy, especially that loves him.
During that initial visit, because I was going to be It may be a long time or
Stevee caught a glimpse of with my family. a short time, but there is
what made J.D. smile. The entire process took always someone out there
Ill never forget this nearly two-and-a-half who will care for you, J.D.
either, she said. I asked years to complete. Chad said. Youll know when
him what he liked to do, and Stevee first had to someone cares for you. You
and he said, Play soccer. Quincy High Schools J.D. Sohn, shown juggling a soccer ball before a game against Moline at Flinn complete foster parents can just tell. I would tell
It wasnt just a game for Stadium on Sept. 27, has scored 10 goals and collected 11 assists this season. | H-W Photo/Jake Shane courses, then go through (kids in a similar situation)
him. It was an emotional the legal part of finalizing to wait on it because theyll
release, the one thing he Soccer.com, J.D. has dealt No, just practice as usual. could have derailed that the adoption. get that unconditional love
did where he didnt have to with the challenges of be- Of course he was with if not for the determina- The wait was well worth from someone.
think about the challenges ing a marked man as well Dalton, and you could hear tion of Chad and Stevee to it. Chad and Stevee would
life creates. as having a stress fracture him ask Dalton, Anything make this happen. I definitely have a few encourage couples to give
Whenever I needed in his right foot that side- happen at practice today? The social workers who of those moments where their love and attention to
something to do or to get lined him for four games So Chad called Longo set up the adoption sched- I will be sitting there and a kid in need.
my mind off things, Id during his senior season. back. uled additional visits after Ill just look around and be Go for it, Stevee said.
find myself out in the side He is second on the QHS Longo was like, Well, the initial meeting with like Im lucky, J.D. Said. You have nothing to lose.
yard just kicking a ball, team with 10 goals and he made all-state, Chad the children. However, the Not every kid can have a You can make a little kids
J.D. said. third with 11 assists, while said. He had known since date given to Chad and parent that loves them as life better just by love.
That ball was like a secu- controlling play from the 9 a.m. that morning. Stevee for the second visit much as these two do. Money doesnt matter.
rity blanket. midfield. J.D. just goes about his didnt match the social Those things dont mat-
Always, no matter Its helped the Blue business without much workers calendar. Life changes again ter. I cant believe how
where we went, he always Devils go 12-6-3 heading regard for those outside They had the wrong much these kids grew. Its
had a soccer ball with into the Class 3A OFallon influences. day, Chad said. They had J.D. will go through amazing how much love
him, Stevee said. Regional. Its something like that it a day or two earlier. They another life-changing and hugs and that physical
It didnt matter if that Hes got a great work where he doesnt get big- brought the kids there, and moment in the coming contact will make a child
was on dry land either. ethic and a great sense headed, Chad said. He we werent there. months as he tries to grow and blossom. Ive
One of the things Chad for the game, QHS coach was just kind of like, OK, It created undue stress. decide where his soccer witnessed it.
and I always like to do is Matt Longo said. Hes a thanks. Hes very ground- I still remember them career is headed. She sees it each time No.
go boating, Stevee said. special player. ed in that sense. saying J.D. was like, See, Several NCAA Division I 5 runs across the field.
The soccer ball was on J.D. hasnt let the ac- Thats because the game I told you nobody wanted schools have expressed in- He amazes me when
the boat. Hed take it over colades or success change means more than any- us, Chad said. terest and inquired about hes out on that field,
to the sand bar and kick it his demeanor or attitude. thing else. There was no way to him making campus visits, Stevee said. He has such
around. In fact, hes stayed quite Im trying to revolve my console him at that point. although the hardcore heart. When hes laughing
Changes in the weather oblivious to the headlines, life around soccer, J.D. That was rough, Stevee recruiting process wont and smiling and out there
didnt bother J.D. either. even when it was some- said. said. It broke my heart. begin until the Blue Devils doing his thing, thats just
Thered be snow on the thing to celebrate. The meeting was post- season ends. awesome. He truly, truly
ground, and hed put his Chad received a call last A long process poned two days. Hed like that to be at the enjoys what he does. Hes
little stocking cap on and Monday from Longo, who That was a long two state tournament. QHS not forced to be on that
play, Chad said. wanted to know if J.D. Soccer helped J.D. and days to wait to see them finished second in the field. He wants to be on
Such passion and com- had told his parents what Chad form a bond. Chad the next time, Chad said. Class 3A state tournament that field.
mitment along with the had happened at practice. played at Quincy Notre After that, the meetings last season, the best finish Chad and Stevee wanted
natural skills of being deft When Chad said they Dame and helped the became more frequent. in school history. to do this, too. Seeing J.D.
with a touch and creative hadnt heard anything, Raiders win a regional title The bonds began to grow. Im hoping we can do and Jocee both blossom
with his feet helped J.D. Longo suggested he give in 1988. Wed meet them at that again, J.D. said. I into spontaneous, fun-
develop into one of the J.D. a call. Being that I played the the park or take them to believe we can. loving, compassionate and
best playmakers the QHS So I called J.D. and sport, seeing him where the mall here and there, And he believes this is respectable teenagers tells
program has produced. asked if anything unusual hes at now, its such an ac- Stevee said. One time, a stepping stone to some- them they did the right
Tabbed a preseason All- happened at practice, complishment, Chad said. we got them for the whole thing bigger. thing.
American by TopDrawer- Chad said. He was like, There were hiccups that weekend. We took them One of my dreams is to Hes such a strong kid,
boating, which is some- go pro, J.D. said. Stevee said. I cant imag-
thing Chad and I love to Chad and Stevee want to ine what his life was like
do, and they fit right in. No afford him the best oppor- going from foster home to
problem wearing the life tunity to achieve that. foster home. Gosh, look at
jacket the entire time. I want him to go him now. That will always
The memories from wherever he can pursue be a part of his past, but
those initial meetings have his dream, whether its 20 gosh, look at his future. Its
never left J.D. hours away or four hours so bright.
I remember a lot of the away, Stevee said. Im so excited to see
things we did at the park, Their faith in him is what his future holds.
tossing the ball and doing unwavering. Hes come so far. I know
some goofy stuff like wear- I know his dream is hes just going to go even
ing those big old goofy soccer, Chad said. You further.
glasses, J.D. said. know hes going to give 100 His story is only going to
Stevee laughed, remem- percent to do what he can get better.
bering every moment. to get there, which I can This is just a small
We bought them each see him doing because he chapter of his life, Chad
disposable cameras and doesnt like to fail. said. At this point, its
let them go crazy, she Chad and Stevee have maybe the second chap-
said. Those are memories helped instill that in him. ter, but the chapters are
forever. They refused to fail as unlimited to write.
Those photos, which Ste- parents, not knowing all Thats because two peo-
vee still has, are treasures. the challenges that awaited ple showed him he could
They are reminders of a but meeting them head-on be loved unconditionally.
process that changed all and providing the physi- Just being able to stay
their lives for the better. cal and emotional support in one home and be with
We had to adjust our two young kids desperately my sister in a house where
normal life, Chad said. needed. both parents love us and
We were used to do- The lessons theyve are going to take care of
ing what we wanted, go taught J.D. and Jocee us, J.D. said. Thats one
boating when we wanted wont be forgotten. of the best things in life.
and everything else. Its a I remember one night I
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Thursday, Oct. 13 PGA Scores Chicago 16-12-836.
Power-play opportunitesNashville 1 of 2;
Prep volleyball: West Hancock at Southeastern, 7 p.m.; North Greene at Brown County, 7
p.m.; PCC Tournament at Brussels; Class 4 District 8 Tournament at Wentzville Holt Han-
San Diego 21, Denver 13 Safeway Open Chicago 2 of 3. nibal vs. Battle, 7:15 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 15: Cleveland 2, Toronto 1 Prep cross country: South Shelby at Salisbury, 4:30 p.m.; Clark County at Mexico Invitational,
Sunday, Oct. 16 Saturday GoaliesNashville, Mazanec 0-1-0 (27
Monday, Oct. 17: Cleveland (Bauer 12-8) at 3:45 p.m.
Cincinnati at New England, 12 p.m. At Silverado Resort, North Course shots-22 saves). Chicago, Darling 1-0-0
Toronto (Stroman 9-10), 7:08 p.m. Mens golf: C-SC in NAIA National Preview at Silvis, Ill.
Pittsburgh at Miami, 12 p.m. Napa, Calif. (36-33).
Tuesday, Oct. 18: Cleveland (Clevinger 3-3) at Womens golf: QU at Arkansas State Classic
Philadelphia at Washington, 12 p.m. Purse: $6 million A21,665 (19,717). T2:28.
Toronto (Sanchez 15-2), 7:08 p.m.
Baltimore at N.Y. Giants, 12 p.m. Yardage: 7,166; Par: 72 RefereesTom Kowal, Frederick LEcuyer.
x-Wednesday, Oct. 19: Cleveland at Toronto,
Jacksonville at Chicago, 12 p.m. Second Round LinesmenLonnie Cameron, Steve Miller.
3:08 p.m.
Carolina at New Orleans, 12 p.m. Scott Piercy 62-67 129 -15
x-Friday, Oct. 21: Toronto at Cleveland, 7:08
Los Angeles at Detroit, 12 p.m. Johnson Wagner 65-67 132 -12
p.m.
x-Saturday, Oct. 22: Toronto at Cleveland,
San Francisco at Buffalo, 12 p.m.
Cleveland at Tennessee, 12 p.m.
Paul Casey
Troy Merritt
64-68 132
66-67 133
-12
-11 RACING { SPORTS BRIEFS }
TBA
Kansas City at Oakland, 3:05 p.m. Martin Laird 67-68 135 -9
National League
Chicago 1, Los Angeles 0
Saturday, Oct. 15: Chicago 8, Los Angeles 4
Atlanta at Seattle, 3:25 p.m.
Dallas at Green Bay, 3:25 p.m.
Patton Kizzire
Bill Haas
64-71 135
66-70 136
-9
-8 NASCAR Lineup NORMAL, ILL.

Sunday, Oct. 16: Los Angeles (Kershaw 12-4)


Indianapolis at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Derek Fathauer 68-68 136 -8 Sprint Cup Quincy runner wins state championship
Open: Tampa Bay, Minnesota Cody Gribble 67-69 136 -8 Hollywood Casino 400
at Chicago (Hendricks 16-8) (FS1), 7:08 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 17 Trey Mullinax 69-67 136 -8 Fridays qualifying; race Sunday
Tuesday, Oct. 18: Chicago (Arrieta 18-8) at Los Fiker Rosen, a seventh-grader at St. Peter School in Quincy, won
N.Y. Jets at Arizona, 7:30 p.m. J.J. Spaun 70-67 137 -7 At Kansas Speedway
Angeles (Hill 3-2) (FS1), 7:08 p.m.
Jon Rahm 66-71 137 -7 Kansas City, Kan. the IESA Class 2A boys cross country state championship Saturday
Wednesday, Oct. 19: Chicago (Lackey 11-8) at
Los Angeles (FS1), 7:08 p.m. College Summary Kevin Na
Vaughn Taylor
71-66 137
70-67 137
-7
-7
(Car numbers in parentheses)
1. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 192.089 mph. at Maxwell Park.
x-Thursday, Oct. 20: Chicago at Los Angeles
(FS1), 7:08 p.m. Quincy 33, Indianapolis 20 Ryan Blaum 69-68 137 -7 2. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 192.082. Rosen ran the two-mile course in a time of 10 minutes, 4.4 seconds.
UI QU Phil Mickelson 69-69 138 -6 3. (19) Carl Edwards, Toyota, 191.015.
x-Saturday, Oct. 22: Los Angeles at Chicago The was 22 seconds better than the second-place finisher, Piyush
17 First downs 22 Tag Ridings 68-70 138 -6 4. (78) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 190.786.
(Fox or FS1), TBA
23-71 Rushing 51-273 Mackenzie Hughes 69-69 138 -6 5. (88) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 190.315. Mekla of Willowbrook Westview Hills.
x-Sunday, Oct. 23: Los Angeles at Chicago
396 Passing 101 Will MacKenzie 69-69 138 -6 6. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 190.221.
(Fox or FS1), TBA Abby Menkhaus of St. Peter placed 136th in the Class 2A girls race
467 Total yards 374 John Huh 70-68 138 -6 7. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 190.188.

NL Playoff Box 22-42-0


4-4
Comp-Att-Int
Fumbles-lost
10-23-1
0-0
Luke List
Chris Kirk
70-68 138
73-65 138
-6
-6
8. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 190.087.
9. (31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 189.927.
with a personal-best time of 13:22.
NLCS Game 1 10-70 Penalties-yards 6-45 Kyle Stanley 65-73 138 -6 10. (47) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 189.840. Three Liberty runners placed in the top 35 of the Class 1A boys
Indy 7 3 3 7 20 Brendan Steele 67-71 138 -6 11. (4) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 189.580. race.
Cubs 8, Dodgers 4 Quincy 7 7 7 12 33 Harold Varner III 71-67 138 -6 12. (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 189.567.
Los Angeles Chicago
Scoring Summary Brian Campbell 68-70 138 -6 13. (24) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 189.954. Carter Holt placed 28th in 11:25.1, Nolton Klingele was 31st in
ab r h bi ab r h bi Emiliano Grillo 69-70 139 -5 14. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 189.940.
Kndrick lf 3 0 0 0 Fowler cf 5 2 21
First Quarter 11:32.4 and Jackson Tenhouse was 34th in 11:35.7.
QU Theo Hopkins 62 fumble recovery Peter Malnati 67-72 139 -5 15. (41) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 189.773.
Utley ph-2b 1 1 0 0 Bryant 3b 4 0 2 1
(Ben Nord kick), 12:45 Tony Finau 70-69 139 -5 16. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 189.760. Clayton Tallcott of Unity placed 98th in 12:09.8.
Ju.Trnr 3b 4 0 1 0 Rizzo 1b 5 0 00 Chez Reavie 69-70 139 -5 17. (21) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 189.540.
C.Sager ss 4 0 1 0 Zobrist lf 3 1 10
UI Tuwan Payton 66 pass from Bryce In the Class 1A girls race, Caydee Kirkham of Carthage placed 25th
Stancombe (Brad Schickel kick), 4:54 Brandon Hagy 72-67 139 -5 18. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 189.387.
Puig rf 4 0 0 0 Russell ss 4 0 0 0
Second Quarter Bud Cauley 72-67 139 -5 19. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 189.241. in 12:28. Shannon ONeil of Liberty was 28th in 12:32.9.
Blanton p 0 0 0 0 Heyward rf 3 2 1 0 Seung-Yul Noh 67-72 139 -5 20. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 189.201.
QU Kody Wood 15 pass from Robbie Kel-
Dayton p 0 0 0 0 J.Baez 2b 4 1 2 1 Richy Werenski 69-70 139 -5 21. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 188.976.
ley (Nord kick), 1:22
Ad.Gnzl 1b 4 0 2 2 D.Ross c 3 0 00 Xander Schauffele 71-68 139 -5 22. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 188.930. JACKSONVILLE, ILL.
UI Schickel 30 FG, 0:29
C.Ruiz c 2 0 0 0 Coghlan ph 0 1 0 0 Jon Curran 68-72 140 -4 23. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 188.094.
Third Quarter
Grndal ph-c 2
Hrnnd 2b-rf 2
0
0
0
0
0
0
Cntrras c
Lester p
0 0 00
0 0 00
UI Schickel 22 FG, 9:30 Nick Watney 71-69 140 -4 24. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 186.034. Daw helps HLGU win at Illinois College
QU Jaylan James 2 run (Nord kick), 1:09 J.J. Henry 68-72 140 -4 25. (6) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 188.376.
Pderson cf 4 1 1 0 Soler ph 1 0 00 John Senden 70-70 140 -4 26. (7) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 187.669.
Maeda p 1 0 1 0 T.Wood p 0 0 00
Fourth Quarter Andrew Daw finished fourth overall to pace the Hannibal-La-
QU Owen Schoenenberger 4 pass from Cameron Smith 70-70 140 -4 27. (83) Matt DiBenedetto, Toyota, 187.578.
Ethier ph 1 1 1 1 Edwards p 0 0 0 0
Kelley (kick failed), 3:34 Kevin Tway 71-69 140 -4 28. (23) David Ragan, Toyota, 187.513. Grange University mens cross country team to a first-place finish in
P.Baez p 0 0 0 0 Mntgmry p 0 0 0 0 Steven Alker 71-69 140 -4 29. (13) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 187.441.
Strplng p 0 0 0 0 Strop p 0 0 00
QU James 41 run (kick failed), 1:06 the Illinois College Invitational on Saturday afternoon.
UI Garrett Willis 13 pass from Stancombe Whee Kim 69-71 140 -4 30. (34) Chris Buescher, Ford, 187.331.
Toles ph-lf 2 1 2 1 A.Chpmn p 0 0 0 0 Ken Duke 69-71 140 -4 31. (15) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 187.246. Daw finished in 28 minutes, 43.61 seconds, and Sean Jones was
(Schickel kick), 0:15
M.Mntro ph 1 1 1 4 Greg Chalmers 71-69 140 -4 32. (44) Brian Scott, Ford, 186.819.
H.Rndon p 0 0 0 0
Individual Statistics ninth in 29:35.72 for the Trojans.
Rushing Indianapolis, Andrew Walker 11- Danny Lee 73-67 140 -4 33. (95) Michael McDowell, Chevrolet,
Totals 34 4 9 4 Totals 33 8 9 7
48, Shakir Paschall 7-26, Bryce Stancombe Michael Kim 73-67 140 -4 186.419. The Trojans won with 34 points, beating out Maryville by 12 points.
Los Angeles 000 010 021 4 Harris English 72-68 140 -4 34. (38) Landon Cassill, Ford, 185.052.
Chicago 120 000 05x 8
5-(-3). Quincy, Jaylan James 15-112, Chris Landon Ayers crossed the line in 32:36.58 for Quincy University,
Harris 16-95, Dominique Bobo 12-66, Robbie Kyle Reifers 71-69 140 -4 35. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 184.824.
DPChicago 1. LOBLos Angeles 6,
Kelley 6-2, Team 2-(-2). Zac Blair 71-69 140 -4 36. (55) Cole Whitt, Chevrolet, 183.163. which finished last with 166 points.
Chicago 7. 2BToles (1), Bryant 2 (4), 37. (46) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, 181.898.
Passing Indianapolis, Stancombe 22-42-
Zobrist (3), J.Baez 2 (2). 3BHeyward (1). 38. (32) Joey Gase, Ford, 180.560.
0-396. Quincy, Kelley 10-23-1-101.
HREthier (1), Fowler (1), M.Montero (1). AURORA, ILL.
SBAd.Gonzalez (1), J.Baez (1).
IP H R ER BB SO
Receiving Indianapolis, Tuwan Payton
6-182, Garrett Willis 9-106, Malik Higgins
6-102, Walker 1-6. Quincy, Eric Poindexter
HOCKEY 39. (98) Reed Sorenson, Toyota, 180.403.
40. (30) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, 179.850.
QU swept in GLVC/GLIAC Crossover
Los Angeles
Maeda 4 4 3 3 3 2
4-63, Kody Wood 1-15, DeCarlos Poole 2-14,
NHL Standings
Baez 2 1 0 0 1 3
Bobo 2-5, Owen Schoenenberger 1-4.
EASTERN CONFERENCE SOCCER Despite Bekah Raebel totaling 23 kills, the Quincy University
Stripling
Blanton L,1-1
1 0 0 0 0 0
2-3 4 5 5 2 0 Prep Scores Atlantic Division womens volleyball team suffered a pair of losses in the GLVC/GLIAC
Dayton 1-3 0 0 0 0 0
Illinois Tampa Bay
GP W L OT Pts GF
2 2 0 0 4 9
GA
6 MLS Standings Crossover Tournament Saturday.
Chicago Ottawa 2 2 0 0 4 9 7 EASTERN CONFERENCE QU (11-10) lost to Michigan Tech 25-19, 25-17, 16-25, 22-25, 15-9
Lester 6 4 1 1 1 3 Alden-Hebron 47, River Valley 6
Cary-Grove 50, South Elgin 6 Florida 2 2 0 0 4 6 2 W D L GF GA Pts in its opening match. Raebel had 11 kills. Rachel Shores and Taylor
Wood H,2 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Montreal 2 1 0 1 3 7 5 Colorado 15 12 5 38 30 57
Edwards H,2 1-3 0 0 0 1 1 Chicago (Clark) 48, Douglass 20
Chicago (Marine Military Academy) 30, Toronto 2 1 0 1 3 8 6 Dallas 16 8 8 48 39 56 McMonagle each had three aces.
Montgomery H,2 1-3 1 1 1 0 1 Boston 2 1 1 0 2 7 7 Los Angeles 11 15 6 53 39 48
Strop 0 1 1 1 1 0 Orr 18 In the second game, Ferris State defeated QU 25-23, 22-25, 25-20,
Chicago (Noble Street Charter/ Muchin) 16, Buffalo 1 0 1 0 0 1 4 Seattle 13 6 13 41 40 45
Chapman W,1-0 BS,2 1 1 0 0 0 2 Detroit 2 0 2 0 0 5 10 Real Salt Lake 12 9 11 43 44 45 25-22. Raebel had 12 kills, while McMonagle had 20 kills and 12 digs.
Rondon 1 2 1 1 0 0 Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Pritzker) 14
Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Comer) 18, Metropolitan Division Kansas City 12 7 13 40 41 43
Montgomery pitched to 1 batter in the 8th GP W L OT Pts GF GA Portland 11 8 13 46 49 41
Strop pitched to 2 batters in the 8th Chicago (Noble Charter/C. Bulls) 15
Chicago (Noble Street Charter/UIC) 22, Pittsburgh 2 2 0 0 4 6 4 San Jose 8 13 11 32 38 37 FAYETTE, MO.
WPMaeda. Washington 2 1 0 1 3 4 4 Vancouver 9 8 15 41 51 35
Chicago (Noble Street Charter) 14
UmpiresHome, Paul Nauert; First, Eric
Cooper; Second, Gary Cederstrom; Third, Corliss 20, Bowen 0 Philadelphia 1 1 0 0 2 4 2 Houston 7 12 13 38 43 33 HLGU volleyball team loses twice
Crete-Monee 50, Chicago Heights (Bloom N.Y. Rangers 2 1 1 0 2 7 6 WESTERN CONFERENCE
Angel Hernandez. Carolina 1 0 0 1 1 4 5 W L T Pts GF GA
T3:37. A42,376 (41,072). Twp.) 7 Khristina Schellentrager had 24 kills, 24 digs and a service ace but
Joliet West 40, Joliet Central 0 New Jersey 2 0 1 1 1 3 5 FC Dallas 16 8 8 56 48 39
Columbus 2 0 2 0 0 5 9 Colorado 14 5 12 54 36 29 the Hannibal-LaGrange University womens volleyball team lost twice
AL Playoff Box Lake Forest Academy 20, DePaul College
Prep 7 N.Y. Islanders 2 0 2 0 0 4 7 Los Angeles 11 6 15 48 53 39 in the Central Methodist Invitational on Saturday.
ALCS Game 2 Loyola 42, Providence 7 WESTERN CONFERENCE Real Salt Lake 12 11 9 45 43 44
Orchard Lake St. Marys, Mich. 28, Wheaton Central Division Seattle 13 13 5 44 41 40 In the first match, HLGU lost to St. Marys of the Woods 25-13, 25-
Indians 2, Blue Jays 1 GP W L OT Pts GF GA Kansas City 12 13 7 43 40 41
Toronto Cleveland
Warrenville South 10 17, 25-17. Schellentrager led with 10 kills and 17 digs.
Payton 21, Chicago Uplift 14 St. Louis 3 3 0 0 6 11 6 Portland 11 13 8 41 46 49
ab r h bi ab r h bi
Sterling Newman 56, Hall 8 Dallas 1 1 0 0 2 4 2 San Jose 8 10 13 37 31 36 HLGU lost 25-9, 25-16, 25-22 to the College of the Ozarks. Schel-
Carrera lf 4 0 0 0 Ra.Dvis cf 4 1 0 0 Minnesota 2 1 1 0 2 6 6 Vancouver 9 15 8 35 41 51
Dnldson 3b 4 0 1 1 Kipnis 2b 4 0 00
Taft 51, Lake View 0 lentrager again led with 14 kills, whie adding seven digs and an ace.
Westminster Christian 27, South Beloit 2 Winnipeg 2 1 1 0 2 8 8 Houston 7 13 11 32 38 43
Encrncn 1b 3 0 0 0 Lindor ss 4 0 21
Wheaton Academy 53, Bensenville (Fenton) Nashville 2 1 0 0 2 6 7 NOTE: Three points for victory, one point Melissa Ryan had an ace while Lindsay Fisher had seven digs.
Butista rf 3 0 0 0 Napoli 1b 3 0 00 Chicago 3 1 2 0 2 9 11 for tie.
7
Tlwtzki ss 4 0 0 0 C.Sntna dh 2 1 1 1 Colorado 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ru.Mrtn c 3 0 1 0 Jose.Rm 3b 3 0 0 0
Sunders dh 2 0 0 0 Guyer lf 3 0 00 Missouri Pacific Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Wednesday, October 12
Seattle 0, Houston 0
Upton ph-dh 1 0 0 0 Chsnhll rf 3 0 1 0 Cleveland NJROTC 32, Principia 6
Greenfield 72, North Shelby 6 San Jose 2 2 0 0 4 5 3 Thursday, October 13
Pillar cf 3 0 0 0 R.Perez c 2 0 0 0 Edmonton 2 2 0 0 4 12 7 Chicago 2, Columbus 2
Barney 2b 3 1 1 0 Hazelwood East 28, McCluer North 20 5 Saves 6 Utility
Hazelwood West 32, McCluer 14 Vancouver 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Colorado 2, San Jose 1
Totals 30 1 3 1 Totals 28 2 4 2 1 Corner kicks 8 Summer Small, Schuyler County
Hogan Prep 42, Central Academy(Kansas Arizona 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sunday, October 16
Toronto 001 000 000 1 9 Fouls 13
City) 24 Anaheim 2 0 2 0 0 4 7 Columbus at New York, 2 p.m.
Cleveland 011 000 00x 2 0 Offsides 0 CLASS 2 DISTRICT 7
Jennings 22, University City 6 Calgary 2 0 2 0 0 7 12 New England at Chicago, 2 p.m.
EHapp (1). LOBToronto 4, Cleveland Chaminade 1 12 FIRST TEAM
KC Schlagle, Kan. 50, KC Northeast 14 Los Angeles 2 0 2 0 0 3 6 New York City FC at D.C. United, 2 p.m.
4. 2BDonaldson (6). HRC.Santana (1). Quincy 0 00 Pitchers
Lutheran North 58, Normandy 0 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for Orlando City at Philadelphia, 2 p.m.
SBRa.Davis (1). CNick Lennartz (unassisted), 9:00 McKenzie West, Monroe City
McCluer North 60, Riverview Gardens 8 overtime loss. Toronto FC at Montreal, 2 p.m.
IP H R ER BB SO CBen Hasara (Joe Cantalin), 44:00 Lauren Merrell, Highland
McCluer South-Berkeley 48, Confluence Colorado at Portland, 4 p.m.
Toronto Lauren VanTress, Palmyra
Academy 0 Saturdays Games Los Angeles at Houston, 4 p.m.
Happ L,1-1 5 4 2 2 1 4 Catchers
Toronto 4, Boston 1 Seattle at FC Dallas, 4 p.m.
SOFTBALL
Biagini 2 0 0 0 1 2 Miller Career 18, John Burroughs 13 Rachel Smith, Monroe City
Perryville 46, Scott City 33 San Jose 3, Columbus 2 Sporting Kansas City at Real Salt Lake, 4 p.m.
Osuna 1 0 0 0 0 0 Carli Scifres, Highland
Vashon 54, Sumner 0 Minnesota 4, Winnipeg 3 Vancouver at San Jose, 4 p.m.
Cleveland Infielders
Tampa Bay 3, New Jersey 2
Tomlin W,2-0
Shaw H,3
5 2-3 3 1 1 2 6
1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Prep Summary Ottawa 4, Montreal 3, SO
Washington 2, N.Y. Islanders 1
College Summaries Prep Linescore Skyler Kauble, Monroe City
Molly Ross, Louisiana
Miller H,3 2 0 0 0 0 5 Pittsburgh 3, Anaheim 2 Men Missouri Class 1 Quarterfinals Jenna Bergman, Clark Co.
Allen S,4-4 1 0 0 0 0 2 Greenfield 72, North Shelby 6 Salisbury 1, Knox County 0 Kara Baker, Highland
GRE NS
Florida 4, Detroit 1 MidAmerica Nazarene 5, Lauren Youngblood, Monroe City
WPHapp. St. Louis 3, N.Y. Rangers 2 Knox County 000 000 00 4 2
UmpiresHome, Jim Wolf; First, Brian 3 First Downs 5 Culver-Stockton 1 Salisbury 000 000 11 3 0 Bailey Lovelace, Palmyra
Chicago 5, Nashville 3 MNU C-SC
Gorman; Second, Jim Reynolds; Third, Mike 27-237 Rushes-Yards 23-26 Hamlin and Winter; Woodridge and Gebhardt. Outfielders
Dallas at Colorado, night 20 Shots 7
Everitt. 126 Passing Yards 76 WPWoodridge. LPHamlin. Raelee Burse, Louisiana
Philadelphia at Arizona, night 4 Saves 7
T2:44. A37,870 (38,000). 363 Total Yards 102 Maggie Schutte, Clark County
Calgary at Vancouver, night
10-15-0
2-1
Comp-Att-Int
Fumbles-Lost
10-18-1
3-3
Sundays Games
Anaheim at N.Y. Islanders, 5 p.m.
11
13
Corners
Fouls
1
10 Prep Scores Brooke Miller,Highland
Utility
0 Offsides 0
Missouri
BASKETBALL
4-30 Penalties-Yards 1-10 Maria Gutierrez, Louisiana
Buffalo at Edmonton, 6 p.m. MNU 1 45
Greenfield 22 22 14 1472 Class 1 Quarterfinals SECOND TEAM
Carolina at Vancouver, 9 p.m. C-SC 1 01
North Shelby 6 0 0 06 Van Buren 4, Hermitage 0 Allison Acklie, Clark County
Mondays Games
WNBA Postseason Prep Pairings San Jose at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m.
Colorado at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m.
MNU Dominic Harrington (Etienne Proult),
31:29
Salisbury 1, Knox County 0
Clopton 11, Vienna 1
Rachel Buschling, Clark County
Tressa Campbell, Clark County
Finals C-SC Alejandro Mentasti (Santiago Dir- Taylor Bringer, Highland
Ottawa at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Conception Junction Jefferson 7, Norbone 1
(Best-of-5) Missouri Boston at Winnipeg, 7 p.m.
rocco), 33:08
Class 2 Quarterfinals Samantha Henderson, Louisiana
Los Angeles 2, Minnesota 1 Class 1 District 5 MNU Johnathan Taylor (Matias Cabello), Lynsie Boling, Mark Twain
Tuesdays Games Festus Jefferson 1, Willow Springs 0
Sunday, Oct. 9: Los Angeles 78, Minnesota 76 Quarterfinals 66:04 McKenzie Lathrom, Mark Twain
Anaheim at New Jersey, 6 p.m. Blair Oaks 1, Pleasant Hope 0
Tuesday, Oct. 11: Minnesota 79, Los Angeles Friday, Oct. 21 MNU Dominic Harrington (Frantzly Lexi Arch, Palmyra
Colorado at Washington, 6 p.m. Centralia 1, Bowling Green 0
60 Game 1 No. 8 Louisiana at No. 1 Mark Zephirin), 69:34
San Jose at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m. Lathrop 4, Trenton 3
Friday, Oct. 14: Los Angeles 92, Minnesota 75 Twain MNU Matias Cabello (unassisted), 76:28 CLASS 4 DISTRICT 8
Florida at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. Class 3 Quarterfinals
Sunday, Oct. 16: Minnesota at Los Angeles, Game 2 No. 5 Knox County at No. 4 MNU Dominic Harrington (Frantzly FIRST TEAM
Pittsburgh at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. Cape Girardeau Notre Dame 7, Union 2
8:30 p.m. Scotland County Zephirin), 76:44 Infielders
Arizona at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Sullivan 8, West Plains 5
x-Thursday, Oct. 20: Los Angeles at Game 3 No. 7 Paris at No. 2 Monroe City Warrenton 15, Incarnate Word 0 Jenny Jansen, Warrenton
Dallas at Nashville, 7 p.m.
Minnesota, 8 p.m. Game 4 No. 6 Schuyler County at No. 3
Los Angeles at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Hannibal-LaGrange 2, Lyon 1 Smithville 3, Oak Grove 2 Olivia Ward, Winfield
South Shelby LU HLGU Class 4 Quarterfinals Olivia Pfeifer, Hannibal
Philadelphia at Chicago, 7:30 p.m.
Semifinals 6 Shots 22 Washington 4, Seckman 3 Amanda Vehlewald, Warrenton
Buffalo at Calgary, 8 p.m.
FOOTBALL
Friday, Oct. 28 10 Saves 2 Blue Springs South 5, Ozark 1 Destinee Frost, Warrenton
Carolina at Edmonton, 8 p.m.
Game 5 Winner Game 1 vs. Winner 1 Corners 10 Troy 15, Francis Howell North 0 Matti Sutter, Hannibal
St. Louis at Vancouver, 9 p.m.
Game 2 14 Fouls 12 Lees Summit West 15, Liberty North 1 Outfielders
NFL Standings Game 6 Winner Game 3 vs. Winner
NHL Summaries 0 Offsides 1 Kelsey Huenefeld, Warrenton

AMERICAN CONFERENCE
Game 4
Championship
Blues 3, Rangers 2
Lyon
Hannibal-LaGrange
1
0
0
1
01
12 Prep Honors Karley Kaiman, Winfield
Pitchers
East Friday, Nov. 4
Game 7 Winner Game 5 vs. Winner
N.Y. Rangers 1 1 0 2
LUIgnacio Zuniga (Omar Fabila), 37:50 Missouri Kaylee Anderson, Warrenton
MacKenzie Robnett, Mexico
W L T Pct PF PA HLGIsaac Lehmkul (Hugo Lopez), 62:49 All-District
St. Louis 2 1 0 3 Desarae Garcia, Hannibal
New England 4 1 0 .800 114 74 Game 6 HLGIgnacio Garrido (Unassisted), 99:21 CLASS 1A DISTRICT 11
First Period1, St. Louis, Tarasenko 3 Catchers
Buffalo 3 2 0 .600 117 87 (Parayko), 1:13. 2, N.Y. Rangers, Kreider 2 FIRST TEAM
N.Y. Jets 1 4 0 .200 92 136 Class 2 District 6
Quarterfinals
(Zibanejad, Girardi), 5:25. 3, St. Louis, Stastny Women Infielders D.J. Aaron-Holman, Mexico
Desirae Loyd, Winfield
Miami 1 4 0 .200 88 119 Madison McCabe, Knox County
South Friday, Oct. 21
2 (Steen, Fabbri), 17:32. PenaltiesGirardi, Culver-Stockton 2, Utility
NYR, (tripping), 7:34; Yakupov, STL, (tripping), Megan Haley, Schuyler County
W L T Pct PF PA Game 1 No. 8 Highland at No. 1 Macon Mid-America Nazarene 1 Saylor Collins, Canton Paytience Lawson-Holman, Mexico
13:11. MNU C-SC
Houston 3 2 0 .600 82 104 Game 2 No. 5 Bowling Green at No. 4 Lindsey Hubble, Knox County
Second Period4, St. Louis, Pietrangelo 1 17 Shots 5
Tennessee 2 3 0 .400 92 101 Palmyra Laken Hugenberg, Canton
(Stastny, Tarasenko), 2:28. 5, N.Y. Rangers,
TRANSACTIONS
Indianapolis 2 3 0 .400 137 148 Game 3 No. 7 Clark County at No. 2 1 Saves 10
Zibanejad 1 (Kreider, Holden), 2:58. Penal- Abi Feeney, Scotland County
Jacksonville 1 3 0 .250 84 111 Centralia 5 Corners 3
tiesMiller, NYR, (high sticking), 2:22; Fast, Outfielders
North Game 4 No. 6 Van-Far at No. 3 Clopton- 9 Fouls 11
NYR, (holding), 8:27; Mcdonagh, NYR, (delay Katie Gaus, Canton
W L T Pct PF PA Elsberry Culver-Stockton 2 02 BASEBALL
of game), 12:51. Tadym Mason, Knox County
Pittsburgh 4 1 0 .800 139 93 Semifinals MidAmerica Nazarene 0 11 Major League Baseball
Third PeriodNone. PenaltiesN.Y. Rang- Jessica Anderson, Knox County
Baltimore 3 2 0 .600 94 88 Friday, Oct. 28 C-SC Kira McGrotty (Heather Pendegraft), MLB Announced Toronto INF Justin
ers bench, served by Kreider (too many men Pitchers
Cincinnati 2 3 0 .400 92 110 Game 5 Winner Game 1 vs. Winner 12:13 Smoak will replace injured INF Devon Travis
on the ice), 5:27; Parayko, STL, (holding), 8:40. Ashleigh Creek, Scotland County
Cleveland 0 5 0 .000 87 148 Game 2 C-SC Makkel Parrott (Heather Pende- on the American League Championship
Shots on GoalN.Y. Rangers 11-7-018. St. Olivia Jarvis, Canton
West Game 6 Winner Game 3 vs. Winner graft), 30:06 Series roster.
Louis 8-12-1535. Katie Hamlin, Knox County
W L T Pct PF PA Game 4 MNU Lauren Koker (unassisted), 57:50 BASKETBALL
Power-play opportunitesN.Y. Rangers 0 of Catchers
Oakland 4 1 0 .800 142 137 Championship Stevi See, Scotland County National Basketball Association
2; St. Louis 1 of 5.
Denver 4 2 0 .667 140 108 Friday, Nov. 4
GoaliesN.Y. Rangers, Lundqvist 1-1-0 Hannibal-LaGrange 1, Lyon 0 Hunter Collins, Canton CLEVELAND CAVALIERS Re-signed G J.R.
Kansas City 2 2 0 .500 83 92 Game 7 Winner Game 5 vs. Winner LYON HLGU SECOND TEAM Smith to a four-year contract. FOOTBALL
(18 shots-15 saves). St. Louis, Hutton 1-0-0
San Diego 2 4 0 .333 173 155 Game 6 8 Shots 13 Infielders National Football League
(35-33).
NATIONAL CONFERENCE A19,197 (19,150). T2:24. 8 Saves 4 Alexa Higgins, Brashear BALTIMORE RAVENS Signed LB Patrick
East Class 4 District 7 3 Corners 4 Sidney Miller, Knox County Onwuasor from the practice squad.
RefereesMike Leggo, Evgeny Romasko.
W L T Pct PF PA Quarterfinals 9 Fouls 6 Savannah Mauck, Knox County GREEN BAY PACKERS Released DT Brian
LinesmenRyan Galloway, Jonny Murray.
Dallas 4 1 0 .800 129 91 Friday, Oct. 21 1 Offsides 4 Chelsea Wood, Scotland County Price. Activated CB Demetri Goodson and DT
Philadelphia 3 1 0 .750 115 51 Game 1 No. 8 Marshall at No. 1 Hannibal Hannibal-LaGrange 1 01 Teagan Wilson, Schuyler County Mike Pennel from exempt status.
Washington 3 2 0 .600 115 122 Game 2 No. 5 Wentzville Liberty at No. Blackhawks 5, Predators 3 Lyon 0 00 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Signed DL
Nashville 1 1 1 3 Brianna Caldwell, Canton
N.Y. Giants 2 3 0 .400 89 108 4 Moberly HLGU Cara Cook (Kylee Hamilton), 00:39 Outfielders Geneo Grissom and DL Anthony Johnson
South Game 3 No. 7 Warrensburg at No. 2 Helias Chicago 3 0 2 5 from the practice squad. Placed LB Jonathan
Abby Blessing, Scotland County
Atlanta
W L T
4 1 0
Pct PF PA
.800 175 140
Game 4 No. 6 Kirksville at No. 3
Warrenton
First Period1, Chicago, Schmaltz 1 (Motte),
6:36. 2, Chicago, Seabrook 1 (Kane, Keith), Prep Summary Sydnee Hoewing, Canton
Emilie Rieffer, Canton
Freeny and TE Greg Scruggs on injured
reserve.
Tampa Bay 2 3 0 .300 91 142 Semifinals 8:19. 3, Chicago, Panik 2 (Hjalmarsson, Keith),
10:19. 4, Nashville, Wilson 1 (Neal), 18:31.
Boys Pitchers COLLEGE
New Orleans 1 3 0 .250 114 130 Friday, Oct. 28 WINTHROP Named John Menken volun-
Game 5 Winner Game 1 vs. Winner PenaltiesRibeiro, NSH, (delay of game), Chaminade 2, Quincy High School 0 Dystine Priebe , Schuyler County
Carolina 1 4 0 .200 123 135 CHA QHS Averi Acton, Brashear teer assistant baseball coach and Eddie Hill
North Game 2 8:13; Tootoo, CHI, (tripping), 14:39. director of baseball operations.
Second Period5, Nashville, Smith 1 11 Shots 10 Catchers
W L T Pct PF PA Game 6 Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Reagan Winter, Knox County