Shelbyville Daily Union

Local News

April 26, 2013

Shelby Area Prep Results

Monday, April 22

BASEBALL

Shelbyville 8, Clinton 1; Shelby JV lost, 8-7, extra innings

Windsor/Stew-Stras 7, Neoga 3

Okaw Valley 8, Martinsville 4

Tolono 5, Central A&M 0

Ramsey 7, Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick 2

Piasa 11, Pana 4

SOFTBALL

Shelbyville 5, Argenta 1

Windsor 11, Beecher City 0

Okaw Valley 15, Martinsville 11

Stew-Stras 4, St. Elmo 1

TRACK

At Tuscola: GIRLS-1. Central A&M 87, 3. Sullivan-Okaw Valley 80, 5. Neoga 63; Adcock (CAM) 1st 200, 2nd 100 hurdles; McClain (SOV) 1st 400, 2nd 200, 2nd long jump; Croy (NEO) 1st long jump, 3rd 200; Dash (SOV) 1st high jump; Stringer (CAM) 1st discus; Cole (CAM) 1st pole vault; CAM 1st 4x1; SOV 1st 4x2; BOYS-2. Neoga 80, 5. Central A&M 51. 9. SOV 29.5; Williamson (NEO) 1st 200, 2nd 100; Pokalsey (CAM) 1st 400, 2nd 200, 3rd 100; O’Brien (CAM) 1st high jump; Kersey 1st triple jump, 2nd long jump; Neoga 1st 4x2

TENNIS

St. Teresa 8, Shelbyville 1

Tuesday, April 23

SOFTBALL

St. Anthony 7, Windsor 6

BASEBALL

Cerro Gordo 3, Okaw Valley 2

Wednesday, April 24

BASEBALL

Central A&M 3, Warrensburg 1

TENNIS

Mt. Zion 8, Shelbyville 1; Vasko (SH) def. Roberts (MZ), 6-2, 6-3

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