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  • If you were making out the lineup card for the Mac-Murray College Highlander baseball team the last four years, you wanted Brett Mammenga in that lineup.
  • Wesclin’s volleyball team dropped its first conference game last week, to Freeburg, before winning two of three in the East Alton-Wood River Tournament, good for second  place.
  • Clinton County Cats claim bronze at ISO softball tourney
    THE CLINTON COUNTY CATS Special Olympic softball team competed in the Illinois Special Olympic State Softball tournament held August 4, 2018 at the Land of Lincoln Sports Complex in Springfield, Illinois.
  • Wesclin product Meddows wraps up collegiate career
    There is no “Mr. Consistency”  award for most athletic teams, including baseball.

    But if there were, Wesclin graduate Ryan Meddows might have one. Or two or three.
  • Wesclin’s volleyball team won its first two games of the New Athens-Marissa Tournament  this past week, but closed out the bracket with three consecutive losses, two to Pinckneyville. Wesclin players Alyssa Faulkner and Faith Wyman were named to the all tournament team.
  • Wesclin’s offense played well in rolling up nearly 500 total yards Friday night at Red Bud, but for the second consecutive week a sieve-like  defensive performance plagued the Warriors, who lost 47-28 to the homestanding  Musketeers.
  • Grid Warriors beat Dupo in a shootout
    Wesclin’s football team won its opener on the road at Dupo, but needed three interceptions and a prolific offensive output in order to do so. The Warriors used a 20-6 third quarter advantage  to beat the Bulldogs in a shootout, 48-38.
  • Wesclin wins Carlinville Classic over weekend

    Wesclin’s volleyball team picked up three victories in four matches in their first week of play, including the championship  of the Carlinville Classic over the weekend.
  • Two members of the Trenton Miners Baseball Team were recognized at the Clinton County Baseball  League (CCBL) championship  game Sunday, August 19 in Centralia. Chase Klein was named the Trenton Miners Most Valuable  Player for the 2018 season  and Ryan Meddows was named the Trenton Miners Most Valuable Pitcher.
  • Trenton Miners pitcher Ryan Meddows was honored as the Most Valuable Pitcher in the Clinton County Baseball League after compiling a 2.02 earned run average and fanning 54 in 59 innings pitched this season.
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