Join the Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation and Lake Land College on Saturday, Sept. 13, for a day of free dental care for children ages five and younger.
Principal of St. Peter Lutheran School Dan Yagow takes part in the ice bucket challenge. Click the image below to watch!
The South Central Lady Cougars dropped their season and conference opening volleyball match to St Anthony 19-25, 17-25.
Maria Brasel had 5 kills and 4 assists to go along with her five points. Emily Chapman added 5 assists and Cassidy Sill and Abbey Garrett combined for 5 kills.
The Lady Cougars will host rival St Elmo on Thursday.
“Beginning Guitar” Class To Be Held in Vandalia
The Kaskaskia College Office of Continuing/Community Education will present a “Beginning Guitar” class through the Vandalia Campus. The class will be held on Mondays, September 8 through October 20, from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. The registration number for the class is COED-8093-VA01E.
Jace Wilkins drove in the winning run in the sixth inning as South Central beat Patoka 10-0 in Kinmundy.
The Cougars used a 2-out, five-run rally in the 2nd inning to extend an already 2-0 lead after the first. Noah Powless blasted his first homer of the fall, a solo shot, in the first inning.
He was also solid on the mound allowing just 2 hits and struck out 10 while not walking a batter in four innings. Powless finished 2-3 at the plate, Wilkins was 2-4 and Gavin Ratermann was 3-3 with an RBI and worked the final two innings on the hill striking out 4 and giving up no hits.
Joe Sturgeon took the loss for Patoka walking 9 in 3 innings. Seth Cain finished the final 2.2 inning. Garrett Belcher and Mark Herrin had the only Warrior hits.
The Cougars are 2-0 and will host Dieterich on Tuesday afternoon. Toby Gullion will have the call on trivillageloop.com.
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Dane and Belinda Harpster, of St. Peter spent the weekend with their daughter, Amanda Eller and family of Jackson, MO. Amy Reiss of St. Peter also accompanied them. On Saturday, the ladies shopped and finalized plans for Mahala Jacquin’s upcoming baby shower. That evening they enjoyed a cookout hosted by the men.
Dru Eller spent the weekend at his Aunt, Mahala Jacquin’s house in Villa Ridge, MO.
On Septemeber 12, 2014, we, the many many friends of Barb Schaal will be doing a cookie/bake sale fundraiser for LeAnn Schroeder, Barb’s sister. Many of Barb’s friends are contributing their bake goods and cookies to this and would love everyone to come out and buy something. All monies made will be give to LeAnn, to help with whatever she needs. Thanks everyone in advance for helping.
FARINA – The South Central Falcons beat down visiting Clay City on Monday evening 20-4 in four innings.
The Falcons scored 20 runs on 15 hits which was more than enough for starting and winning pitcher Jayden Grzegorek who earned the win allowing one run and striking out 7.
South Central will play at Sandoval Tuesday afternoon.
KINMUNDY – The South Central Cougars needed offense in a bad way. It took 6 innings, but senior Dylan Smith provided that offense with one swing of the bat. The shortstop blasted a 1-0 pitch from Altamont starter Klaiton Wolff over the left field wall and lifted the Cougars to a 2-1 victory over the Indians in their conference and season opener.