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December 4, 2013, By Josh Komnick, The Chester East Lincoln boys basketball team hosted Greenview on Tuesday night. The 8th grade team won 51-18, making there record a perfect 10-0. Isaiah Bowers wa the leading scorer with 20pts, Sam Birnbaum 16pts, Jordan Jacobs and Josh Vinson had 8pts and 7pts for Will Ewald. The bulldogs can away with the 7th grade win by a score of 40-33. Nate Arnold led the panthers with 18pts, Jace McIntosh 9pts, Will Ewald and Xavier Miller finished with 2. CEL will host Delavan on Thursday night at 6pm.
December 3, 2013, By Todd Spellman, St. Louis, MO - The Lincoln Christian University (LCU) women’s basketball team traveled to St. Louis Monday evening to face the Eutectics of St. Louis College of Pharmacy. The Red Lions were outrun late in the first half when the Eutectics went on an 11-0 scoring run. LCU Head Coach Amanda Bowman said, "this was the decisive turn in the game, that ended with us on the short end of the 52-64 final score." (Click for more)
December 3, 2013, By Josh Komnick, The CEL panthers traveled to CCS,NH-M, Zion on Monday night and split the 7th and 8th grade boys basketball game. The Crusaders improved to 8-2 in the 7th grade game by a score of 54-26. The Crusaders were led by Brayton Brown 12 pts, Denver Hoffert 11, Jayden Graham and Drew Singleton with 9, Dylan Singleton had 8. The panthers were led by Nate Arnold with 13 pts, (Click for more)
December 3, 2013, LJHS Basketball results (Click for more)
December 1, 2013, By Jamie Anderson, At Decatur Holy Family - The Mt. Pulaski Honeybears (19 - 0) won the regional championship game 45 - 13 against Decatur Our Lady of Lourdes. Skylar Hayes led all scorers with 14 points. Abigail Fitzpatrick scored 9 points; Ainsley Chandler scored 9 points; Callie Anderson Scored 7 points; Madison Thomas scored 4 points and Lily Fuhrer added a basket. Next up for the 7th grade Honeybears will be a sectional championship game against the Springfield Christian Wildcats (21 - 1). The game will be played Wednesday evening at Springfield Little Flower.
Photo information - Provided by Dee Jason Front row (left to right) - Hannah Stewart, Maddie Roberts, Makayla Stewart, Isabella Wade, Kaylee Wilham, and Reagan Kirk. Back row (left to right) - Coach Steven Hayes, Carissa Brocaille, Skylar Hayes, Callie Anderson, Lily Fuhrer, Madison Thomas, Ainsley Chandler, Abigail Fitzpatrick, and Coach Jamie Anderson.
November 28, 2013, Slideshow By Dan Hemenway, Wednesday night was the 2nd round of the Eaton tournament. LCHS defeated a strong Morton team in a low scoring affair, 32-24. This Friday at 8:00 the Railers take on reigning 3-A state champ Cahokia High School. So come on out to the game and be a part of Railer Nation. Happy Thanksgiving everyone
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November 27, 2013, By Jamie Anderson, At Decatur Holy Family - The Honeybears (18 - 0) beat Holy Family/St. Pats 46 - 17 during the second round of regionals. Skylar Hayes led all scorers with 18 points; Ainsley Chandler scored 15 points; Abigail Fitzpatrick scored 7 points; Callie Anderson scored 4 points and Isabella Wade added a basket. The Honeybears will now face #2 Our Lady of Lourdes during the regional championship game tonight at Holy Family.
November 27, 2013, By Joel Vinson, Chester East Lincoln swept a pair of games from Heyworth Tuesday night. The 7th grade squad took a 5 point lead into halftime and came away with a 42-34 victory to get their 3rd win of the season. Nick Toft had 14 points and 5 rebounds. Dean Harris pitched in 14 points and 3 rebounds. Will Ewald, Nate Arnold and Jace Macintosh all had 4 points. Thomas Morris rounded out the scoring with 2 points and 3 rebounds. (Click for more)
November 27, 2013, Andrew Jordan, JoVaughn Gaines, and Chris Davis all chipped in 12 points also, Darren Davidson with 10 points.
Coach Lepper’s Comments: “This took a total team effort. I’m proud of our team’s togetherness. ” (Click for more)
November 27, 2013, Lincoln Junior High basketball results (Click for more)
November 26, 2013, Slideshow By Dan Hemenway, The Annual Eaton/Railer Basketball tournament began on Monday. The Railers opened the tournament and their season with a victory over the Champaign Centennial Chargers, 49-40. The Railers trailed the Chargers by 4 going into the final quarter, but stepped up offensively and defensively to secure the victory. It is always great to start the season with a victory, and the fans enjoyed it, especially the student section. (Click for more)
November 26, 2013, By Dan Horn, WLB traveled to Greenview tonight to face the Bulldogs and came away with a split. The 7th grade (3-6) dropped the first game 47-35. Shane Shumard led the Wolverines with 9 points and 12 rebounds. Also getting into the scoring column were Justin Long (6) Kameron Whiteman (6) Payton Batley (6) Kaden Froebe (2) Joe Dalpoas (2) Draden Pozgai (2) and Blaine Robbins (2). (Click for more)
November 26, 2013, By Jamie Anderson, At Bement - Last Thursday evening, the 7th and 8th grade Honeybears took on the Bement Bulldogs for their last regular season game. The 7th grade Honeybears finished their season undefeated (17 - 0) and won their contest 59 - 8. Skylar Hayes scored 17 points; Abigail Fitzpatrick scored 10 points; Ainsley Chandler scored 8 points; Carissa Brocaille scored 7 points; Isabella Wade scored 6 points; Callie Anderson scored 4 points; Kaylee Wilham scored 3 points and Makayla Stewart added a bucket. (Click for more)
November 26, 2013, The Lincoln College women’s basketball team defeated MacMurray College JV 70-61. Leading scorers for the Lynx were Cassidy Jennings and Edraniel Tookes with 10 points each. Tookes and Nikki Nichols each pulled down 7 rebounds while Demetria Watson dished out 7 assists.
November 25, 2013, The Lincoln College wrestling team traveled to St. Charles, MO. this weekend to compete in the Joe Parisi Open hosted by Lindenwood University. This was a very tough tournament with teams from division 1 through junior college. The team had its ups and downs throughout the day but overall it was a successful outing. (Click for more)
November 25, 2013, By Todd Spellman, Pheonixville, PA - The Lincoln Christian University (LCU) Red Lions couldn’t hold onto their leads over the Saints of Hillsdale Freewill Baptist College in the final day of the Tip-Off Classic at Valley Forge Christian College.
Both men’s and women’s teams saw action in the last day of the four team classic, and both watched their leads dissolve as the Saints of Hillsdale Freewill Baptist College surged over them. (Click for more)
November 23, 2013, Slideshow By Dan Hemenway, The Lincoln Women's Basketball Team is donating all the proceeds from Friday's nights game and Monday nights game (6:00 tip off). Friday night's game saw the Lady Lynx lose by just one point in a see saw battle, 72-71. The Lynx just missed making a shot at the buzzer which would have won the game. Every offensive position was hard fought, and defensively challenged. by both squads. (Click for more)
November 23, 2013, By Kari Froebe, The West Lincoln Broadwell Lady Wolverine Basketball team helped organize a supply drive for the victims of the Washington Illinois tornado . Adam Osborn uncle to two Lady Wolverine players Morgan and Kennedy Lolling, resides in Washington and was directly effected by this tornado . Adam was able to tell the girls what some of the families from his church needed because they had lost everything . (Click for more)
left to right : Ali Wilson, Emerie Wieber, Grant Osborn, Morgan Lolling,Adam Osborn, Kruz Froebe, Autumn Hoffert, Kennedy Lolling, Haley Hicks, Kaelyn Froebe
November 23, 2013, The Lincoln College women’s basketball lost a close one to Lindenwood-Belleville JV 72-71. Leading scorers for the Lynx were Emily Johnson with 17 points followed by Shannon Hall with 14, Kaitlin Snyder with 13 and Olivia Chiapetto with 11. Chiapetto and Nikki Nichols pulled down 8 rebounds apiece.
November 23, 2013, By Todd Spellman, Pheonixville, PA - The Lincoln Christian University (LCU) men's basketball team continues to manage their game and their opponents at the Hersha Classic as they triumphed over the Knights of Kentucky Christian College 85-73 on Friday afternoon. (Click for more)
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