Lake Shelbyville - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Lake Shelbyville is reporting continued high water conditions at the lake.
Shelby Jr. Legion baseball started strong on Monday against Moultrie Douglas, notched a win, then settled for a split. They won game 1 in a walk-off, 10-9, then were left behind in game 2, 11-6.
Shelby County Jr. Legion baseball hosted the Central Illinois Titans on Tuesday night and swept them out of Shelbyville to go to 3-1 on the young season, winning 14-0, and, 6-3.
This spring at the IHSA Class A Boys State Track Meet, it was all Pana. Pana finished tied for 2nd in Class A as a team, with Sullivan having one athlete place and Shelbyville just one athlete make the prelims.
Two of the best teams in the state played on Monday and only one run was scored, as the Windsor/Stew-Stras Hatchets were shutout for the only time this year. Hardin Calhoun (30-4) knocked WSS out of the playoffs at the Springfield Super-Sectional on Monday, 1-0.
The last time the Windsor/Stew-Stras Hatchet softball team played Meridian, the Hawks put on a late charge, but fell just short. This time, in the Meridian 1A Sectional Championship there was no late comeback. The Hatchets used the power to blast past the Hawks, 8-1.
The Windsor/Stew-Stras Lady Hatchets Softball Team will take on Meridian on Friday, May 24 for the sectional championship at Meridian HS in Macon. The game time as been moved up to a 3:30 p.m. start, due to Windsor Graduation that evening.
Central A&M softball (18-6) finished their season in the Okaw Valley 1A Regional Championship on Friday. They played sometime-2A Meridian (27-4) and made it as close as possible, losing by just one run in extra-innings, 3-2.
Despite cold and windy conditions, the bats of the Windsor/Stewardson-Strasburg Hatchets remained red hot, downing the St. Anthony Lady Bulldogs 9-0 at the IHSA Class 1A Macon Sectional semifinal Tuesday.
The Shelbyville Ram baseball team (21-12) earned their way to the Pana 2A Regional Championship Game on Saturday against a Carlinville team that was a juggernaut this season (22-2). Shelby fell behind, had a comeback, but couldn't contain Carlinville.
Three weeks ago, the Shelbyville Ram softball team had home field advantage and beat Teutopolis, 3-0. On Friday in the regional championship, Teutopolis had the home field advantage and flipped the script on the Rams to end their season, beating them 3-0.
The distance duo of Ailey Mitchell and Gabrielle Spain gave Shelbyville girls track the highest team finish in school history at the IHSA Class A State Track Meet on Saturday, placing 10th with 22 points.
The IHSA Class A Girls State Track Meet preliminaries were held at EIU in Charleston on Thursday. The following results were posted. Those in bold type qualifies for Saturday's finals.
The Shelbyville Ram baseball team (21-11) started as a work in in progress this year. Coach Sam Mehl progressed them right into a 20-win season and an appearance in the regional championship.
Windsor/Stew-Stras baseball (6-10), which had almost as many rain-outs as they did game this year, started and ended their postseason play on Monday. They bowed to Neoga in a reversal of fortunes at the St. Anthony Regional, 4-1.
The state champion Windsor/Stew-Stras softball team reigned on Edinburg's 1A Pawnee Regional appearance on Tuesday. The Hatchets sliced 'n diced the Wildcats in 5 innings, 12-0.
Shelbyville softball (11-14) the #6 sub-sectional seed faced Tuscola (29-5) the #1 seed, who had beaten them twice before, in the Teutopolis 2A Reginal semifinal. The pitching duel went into the 8th innings and the Rams end game upset Tuscola, 3-2.
Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City softball wins were few a far between this season. All that came to an end on Monday at the St. Anthony Class A Regional on Monday. Ramsey eliminated CHBC, 9-1.
Shelby Area small schools took their state track qualifiers to the IESA Class A State Track Meet last weekend. Area athletes earned medals and even 8 state championships.
The Shelbyville Rams softball team took the first step into the postseason and used just enough power to sink #9 seed Sullivan in the Teutopolis Regional on Monday. Shelby used a glimpse of power to get the slim victory, 2-1.
Shelbyville girls pulled off a near coup at the A&M 1A Sectional track meet on Thursday. Decatur St. Teresa still won the meet with 106 points, but Shelbyville vaulted past the rest of the 15-team field to take 2nd place.
Windsor/Stew-Stras moved up Senior Night to Monday night due to the weather forecast for Tuesday. Despite the extra celebration and Nokomis arriving late, the Hatchets were not thrown off their game. They came out swinging and beat Nokomis by 10 runs in 6 innings on a walk-off double, 10-0.
They were expecting a rain out, what they got was a nail-biter. In a game that resembled a state playoff, more then a non-conference regular season game, the State Champion Windsor/Stew-Stras Hatchets (31-0-1) escaped Cumberland with a win, 4-1.
It took a week, due to thunder, lightning and rain, but Central A&M softball finally completed a game at on May 7, that started on April 30 at Shelbyville. The Raiders finished off the Rams in three more innings, 5-0.
The young Ram boys track team, with a majority of underclassmen, earned a individual conference championship and individual all-conference honors as they placed 5th as a team at the 5th annual CIC Meet, on Tuesday.
The Windsor/Stew-Stras baseball team (5-8) had a temporary lead against St. Elmo on Monday, but the Eagles out-scored WSS 7-1 in the next 3 innings to seal their fate. WSS got thumped 9-4.
The Windsor/Stew-Stras Hatchets had just hammered St. Elmo in regular season play. On Monday, WSS (#1) picked up the hammer again in the NTC conference tourney. This time they beat St. Elmo in 5 innings, just 10-0.
In-between the rain drops, Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City claimed the NTC conference championships, sweeping the boys and girls track titles on Tuesday. CHBC boys out-did St. Anthony by 10 points in the title chase, 170 to 160. CHBC girls won going away scoring 210 points with 2nd plqace St. An…
The Shelbyville Ram softball team (9-12) suffered a loss on Friday to Clinton, 4-2, a team that they had beaten earlier. They bounced back with a quality win on Monday, beating Teutopolis, 3-0.
The all-time scoring leader in Shelbyville High School history, Malcolm Miller, is flying off to D-I Illinois State University to play collegiate basketball for the Redbirds.
Shelbyville lineman Noah Trimble is the second Shelbyville Ram lineman to make the jump to collegiate football in two years. Trimble signed recently to play football for Rockford college.
Shelbyville middle hitters go on to play college volleyball and Elizabeth Bowyer is no exception. Bowyer signed recently to go on and play collegiate volleyball at Blackburn College.
Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City softball (2-9) has had few victories this year, but they doubled their win count on Wednesday by beating Dieterich in the NTC tourney consolation bracket, 5-3.
On Wednesday the state champion Windsor/Stew-Stras Hatchets hacked their way past Neoga in the NTC semifinal to get them to the title game on Friday against South Central, 8-2.
The Windsor/Stew-Stras State Champion softball team (26-0-1) blew out St. Elmo on Monday, 15-0,. then was tested by Casey on Tuesday. It took an 8th-inning rally to get the victory, 5-3.
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