Shelbyville Daily Union

Sports

May 13, 2014

Shelby Area Sports Results

Thursday, May 8

Maroa 5, Shelbyville 4

Windsor/Stew-Stras 12, ALAH 2

Argenta 11, Central A&M 1

Sullivan 3, Meridian 2

Neoga 13, Arcola 0

Louisville 14, BCCH 1

Greenville 16, Pana 0

SOFTBALL

Sullivan 11, Shelbyville 9

Clinton 8, Central A&M 1

Greenville 4, Pana 2

TRACK

Teutopolis Invite: BOYS-1. Teutopolis 192, 2. Altamont 106, 3. Stew-Stras 73, 6. CHBC 15, 8. Windsor 8; Fry (SS) 1st shot put, 1st discus; Blythe (SS) 3rd 100, 3rd 200; GIRLS-1. Teutopolis 227, 2. Altamont 78, T3. Windsor 61, T7. Stew-Stras 13, CHBC 13; Williamson (W) 1st discus, 2nd shot put; Hostetter (W) 1st high jump

Friday, May 9

BASEBALL

Okaw Valley 17, Mt. Pulaski 6

Sullivan 14, Cumberland 5

Taylorville 7, Pana 3

SOFTBALL

NTC Tourney

Stew-Stras/Windsor 10, St. Elmo/Brownstown 1

Neoga 11, South Central 1

Altamont 9, St. Anthony 0

Dieterich 8, BCCH 2

TRACK

OVC Girls: 1. St. Teresa 102, 2. Central A&M 85, 3. Monticello 82, 4. SOV 79, 8. Shelbyville 23; Neuhauser (SOV) 1st 100, 1st 200; McClain (SOV) 1st 400, 1st long jump, 2nd 200; Dooley (CAM) 1st 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles; Miller (SH) 1st high jump; SOV 1st 4x2 relay; Maples (CAM) 2nd discus, 3rd shot; Bowman (SOV) 2nd triple jump; Sparrgrove (CAM) 2nd 400; M. Powers (SH) 3rd 800

Saturday, May 10

BASEBALL

Okaw Valley 5, Villa Grove/Heritage 3

Okaw Valley 3, Villa Grove/Heritage 2

Neoga 7, Tolono 5

Tolono 11, Neoga 6

SOFTBALL

CIGS Showcase

Casey 6, Shelbyville 4

Coal City 6, Shelbyville 4

Tri-Valley 9, Shelbyville 1

Coal City 4, Central A&M 2

Tri-Valley 12, Central A&M 6

Casey 11, Central A&M 5

EIC Tourney

St. Elmo/Brownstown 12, BCCH 2

Championship: Mulberry Grove 9, St. Elmo/Brownstown 0

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