Sports

Area roundup: Blazer men shut out Lincoln Land

By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF
Posted: Sep. 11, 2019 12:20 am

Men's soccer

John Wood 2, Lincoln Land 0: The John Wood Community College men's soccer team earned a victory over Lincoln Land in Springfield, Ill., Tuesday.

After neither team managed to score in the first half, Jonathan Deck got the Blazers on the board with a penalty kick in the 58th minute.

John Wood's Julius Duwiger picked up the Blazer's second goal in the 82nd minute.

Goalkeeper Carson Provenzano earned the shutout for John Wood.

Women's soccer

Culver-Stockton 3, William Woods 0: Emma McKinstry scored two goals to lead the Culver-Stockton College women's soccer team to a shutout victory in Fulton, Mo.

McKinstry gave the Wildcats (5-1) their first lead thanks to an assist from Montse Caparros in the 21st minute.

Caparros aided McKinstry again, this time in the 60th minute to give the Wildcats a 2-0 lead.

Jody Ellis scored C-SC's final goal in the 73rd minute.

College Volleyball

William Penn 3, Culver-Stockton 0: The Culver-Stockton College women's volleyball team lost in straight sets 25-23, 25-20, 25-19 in a Heart of America Conference game in Oskaloosa, Iowa.

The Wildcats (5-4, 0-2) were led by Madison McClain's seven kills and nine digs. Maryanna Catrine and Kat Schimsa each added eight digs for the Wildcats.

Prep Golf

Southeastern wins Triangular: Judd Daniels led the Southeastern boys golf team to a win over Central and Liberty in Camp Point, Ill., Tuesday.

Daniels was the match medalist with a score of 42.

Southeastern won the match with a team score of 183 while Central and Liberty both tied with a score of 215. Central's Connor Hughes and Liberty's Blake Arnold tied for second with a score of 44.

Quincy Notre Dame wins quad match: The Raiders boys golf team shot a score of 147 to defeat Jacksonville, Chatham Glenwood, and Springfield Southeast in Jacksonville, Ill. Alex McCulla was the match medalist, shooting a 33, while QND's David Hutson, Luke Siebers, and Jack Leffers each shot a 38.

Quincy Notre Dame girls shoot 1 425: The Raiders golf team finished with a team score of 425 in a quadrangular golf match in Kirksville, Mo.

Kirksvile won the match, finishing with a score of 388. QND's Hannah Drier placed seventh with a score of 94. The match medalist was Kirksville's Abby Boyer, who shot a 75.

QHS girls win triangular: The Quincy High School girls golf team took a triangular victory over West Hancock and Central on Tuesday with a score of 173 in Camp Point, Ill.

Avery Scott was the co-meet medalist with her round of 40, while Paige Cain and Laci Novosel each shot a 44. The Panthers were second with their score of 203, and Natalie Dearwester led the way with her co-medalist round of 40. The Titans shot a 227 paced by Erin Mudd's 48.

Pittsfield places takes top spots: The Pittsfield boys golf out-shot Beardstown 182-258 Tuesday night in the front nine of the Rolling Greens Golfcourse. Pittsfield's Cade Tomhave medaled with a score of 38 to lead Pittsfield to victory.

TJ Reel came in second place with a score of 46 while Abe Welbourne came in third with a 46. Beardstown's lowest score came from Austin Looker who scored a 49 to finish in fourth place.

Pittsfield girl's golf wins triangular match: The Pittsfield, Brown County, and Beardstown girls golf teams met up Tuesday night at Rolling Greens Golf Course with Pittsfield coming out on top after shooting a 224. Kara Williams was meet medalist with a score of 50 to lead the Saukees. Brown County came in second with 256 while Beardstown followed only a point behind with 257. Grace Groesch led Brown County with a 57.

Prep Cross Country

West Hancock boys take third: The West Hancock boys cross country team placed third in the Rushville-Industry Cross Country Invitational at Scripps Park Golf Course Tuesday with a score of 76. Miles Shepard won the meet for the Titans in a time of 15 minutes, 16 seconds, a full 30 seconds ahead of Wyatt McIntyre from Athens in second. Illini West's ELi Newton finished in third with a time of 16:32 and the Chargers took sixth on the team standings.