Shelbyville Daily Union


October 4, 2012

Molly Yockey, Boys Win

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — The Shelbyville Ram cross country team won another meet on Tuesday at Tabor Park in Sullivan and Lady Ram Molly Yockey won the girls race.

Shelbyville boys worked through the meet and still scored just 24 points. Myles Foor was back from injury and led the Rams, finishing 3rd (17:57). Alex Matlock was 4th (18:00), Neil Yockey was 5th (18:02), Seth Applegate was 7th (18:09) and Marcus Skinner was 9th (18:13).

On the girls side, the two leading Ram harriers, Molly Yockey and Morgan Powers, took two of the top three spots. Yockey finished 1st (20:32) and Powers finished 3rd (22:53).

Finishing 2nd was SOV’s top female runner, Hannah Robinson (22:17). Megan Martin also ran for Shelbyville and placed 21st (27:20).

SOV boys came in 2nd with 48 points, besting 3rd place Tuscola (68). Ethan Lehman led SOV, placing 5th (18:02).

Shelbyville cross country heads to the Prairie Central Invitational on Saturday at 10 a.m.


Tabor Park


Team scores: 1. Shelbyville 24, 2. SOV 48, 3. Tuscola 68, Arthur NS

Shelby, SOV results: 3. Foor (S) 17:57, 4. Matlock (S) 18:00, 5. Lehman (SOV) 18:02, 6. N. Yockey (18:02), 7. Applegate (S) 18:09, 8. Ryan Johnson (SOV) 18:13, 9. Skinner (S) 18:13, 12. Cody Carman (SOV) 19:04, 13. Clayton Waldhoff (SOV) 19:05, 17. Hunter Marshall (SOV) 19:43


Team scores: 1. SOV 19, 2. Tuscola 22, Shelbyville NS, Arthur NS

Shelby, SOV results: 1. M. Yockey (S) 20:32, 2. Robinson (SOV) 22:17, 3. Powers (S) 22:53, 6. Cadisen Nuzzo (SOV) 23:13, 7. Erika Tomczewski (SOV) 23:27, 8. Carlin Nuzzo (SOV) 27:27, 9. Sandra Anders (SOV) 27:47

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