Tuesday prep update: Cavaliers shutout Staunton 3-0

Tuesday prep update: Cavaliers shutout Staunton 3-0

CARLINVILLE (April 11, 2018) – It was a busy Tuesday as all Carlinville spring teams were in action at various events.

The soccer Cavaliers got a 3-0 home win at Loveless Park against visiting Staunton.

The Cavaliers stayed unbeaten in conference play at 3-0 and are 8-1 overall heading to Gillespie on Thursday.

The Cavaliers got on the board midway through the first half.

A scramble in front of the net had Lexi Egelhoff assisting on a goal by Taylor Wills, who got the ball past the Bulldog defense at 20:48 to make it 1-0.

Carlinville got two goals in the second half, both assisted by Egelhoff and both scored by Skylar Nickel. The goals came at 51:17 and 60:32, making it a 3-0 game.

Egelhoff finished with three assists for Carlinville, which outshot Staunton 14-0.

Staunton had eight fouls to two for Carlinville; and the Cavies had five corner kicks to one for Staunton.

Southwestern 5, Pana 4 (PK)

At Piasa, the improving Piasa Birds improved to 3-1-2, 1-0 in the conference by holding off the Panthers in penalty kicks.

Southwestern led 3-0 early in the second half on goals by Trinity Swift and Ryleigh Baker in the first 12 minutes. Baker had a goal in the 46th minute to make it 3-0.

Pana rallied to tie the game with three straight goals, then took a 4-3 lead after the first overtime.

Southwestern tied the game 4-4 on Swift’s goal in the second overtime, then won in penalty kicks after five rounds.


CARLINVILLE – A rare sunny day for a home event had the Cavaliers hosting Litchfield and Roxana in a triangular track meet.

Carlinville won the boys meet with 74 points; ahead of Litchfield at 55 and Roxana at 48.

Litchfield edged Roxana 61-58 in the girls competition, with Carlinville third at 46.

Boys results for Carlinville are as follows:

100 meters – 1. Max Rogers 11.89; 8. Cameron Rainey 12.86.

200 meters – 5. Rainey 27.72.

400 meters – 1. Jason Landon 52.37; 2. Tyler Hughes 5.33; 4. Briley Roper 56.59.

800 meters – 6. Caden Barkley 2:38.33.

1600 meters – 2. Jacob Landon 5:04.11; 5. Bailey Lippold 5:16.22.

3200 meters – 2. Lippold 11:12.38; 3. Cale Williams 11:26.14.

300 hurdles – 1. Michael Douglas 49.84.

4 x 200 relay – 3. Carlinville 1:38.19.

4 x 400 relay – 1. Carlinville 3:36.67.

4 x 800 relay – 1. Carlinville 9:08.30.

Shot put – 2. Gabe Long 41-feet-2 inches; 7. Chance Pointer 25-feet-9 inches.

Discus – 2. Daniel Card 132-feet-5 inches; 3. Tyler Emmons 124-feet-8 inches; 4. Long 124-feet-3 inches.

Pole vault – 1. Isaac Daugherty 12-feet-6 inches; 2. Dustin Roberts 12-feet.

Long jump – 1. Rogers 20-feet; 4. Rainey 18-feet.

Triple jump – 1. Rogers 40-feet-4.5 inches; 2. Douglas 39-feet-7.5 inches.

Results on the girls side for Carlinville:

100 meters – 4. Ashley Williams 15.55.

200 meters – 4. Abby Way 34.64.

400 meters – 3. MacKenzie Moyer 1:09.51; 5. Patty Walch 1:11.

800 meters – 3. Mackenzie Harris 2:59.16; 5. Elsa Mefford 3:11.66.

100-hurdles – 2. Cara Emery 20.36.

300-hurdles – 2. Emery 59.83.

4 x 100 relay – 2. Carlinville 1:00.07.

4 x 200 relay – 2. Carlinville 2:14.84.

4 x 400 relay – 2. Carlinville 5:05.06.

Shot put – 2. Haley Wills 30-feet; 5. Emma Smith 22-feet-8 inches; 7. Cheyenne Hackwith-Work 19-feet-7 inches.

Discus – 2. Macy Walker 91-feet-2 inches; 5. Wills 78-feet.

High jump – 1. Mefford 4-feet-2 inches.

Pole vault – 1. Smith 11-feet.

Long jump – 3. Moyer 13-feet-3 inches.

Triple jump – 1. Moyer 30-feet-0.5 inch.


Hillsboro 4, Carlinville 1

HILLSBORO – Alex Schreiber produced all the runs the Hiltoppers would need as they beat Carlinville 4-1 on Tuesday afternoon.

Schreiber had three hits, including a double, and drove in four runs.

Kaden Lemon led off the third inning against Garrett Campbell getting hit by a pitch, moved to second on a stolen base.

Griffin King singled, as did Schreiber to make it 1-0.

Schreiber cleared the bases one inning later with a two-out double which scored three runs to make it 4-0.

Carlinville’s run came in the sixth inning. Aidan Naugle had a one-out walk, moved to second on a ground out and scored on a two-out single by Kyle Dixon.

Dixon had two hits and an RBI for Carlinville. Tucker Hughes and Campbell added hits, with Hughes having a double.

Campbell struck out six and walked two, allowing four runs on six hits over six innings.

Dylan McCammack got the win, allowing four hits and one run over seven inninngs, walking two and striking out three.

Hillsboro is 7-3, 2-0 in the conference; Carlinville is 2-3, 1-1 in the conference.

Greenville 6, Staunton 6 (susp)

STAUNTON – Tuesday’s conference game between Greenville and Staunton was tied 6-6 after seven innings when it was suspended.

The game will resume at a later date.

Gillespie 9, Roxana 7

GILLESPIE – A six-run fourth and a two-run sixth helped Gillespie stop Roxana in prep baseball on Tuesday.

Roxana scored five runs in the sixth to get within 7-6 before two big runs in the bottom of the sixth for the Miners.

Cameron Hailstone had three hits and drove in two runs. Joey Carter and Nick Spencer also had two RBIs for Gillespie.

Adam Boeck got the win striking out 10 over five innings, allowing just three hits and an unearned run.

Greenfield/NW 11, Pleasant Hill 5

GREENFIELD – The host Greenfield/Northwestern Tigers outlasted Pleasant Hill in a conference clash Tuesday afternoon.

GFNW (5-9 overall) trailed 3-0 in the first, but scored four runs of their own to take the lead for good.

They added four runs in the sixth to pull away from a 7-5 lead.

Hayden Lansaw homered and drove home three runs. Devin Chaudoin hit three doubles and drove in three runs. Gavin Roberts had two runs and two RBIs.  Blake Woelfel had a double, single, run and RBI. Matt Walker scored two runs.

Zane Thomson got the win, striking out two over three and a third innings, with three hits and four runs.

Clayton Woods finished up with the final two and two-third innings to get the save, striking out four and allowing just one hit.

Southwestern 4, Vandalia 2

BRIGHTON – Southwestern edged Vandalia Tuesday afternoon in a conference clash at Brighton Park.

The Birds had single runs in the first and third and two runs in the sixth. Vandalia got their runs in the seventh inning.

Eddie Bolin and Brocky Semour both had two hits and an RBI for the Piasa Birds. Luke Golike had a double and RBI and Ryne Hanslow also ddrove in a run.

Brock Seymour got the win, striking out nine and allowing three hits and two runs over seven innings.


Hillsboro 2, Carlinville 1

HILLSBORO – Katie Schaake hit two solo home runs, including a tiebreaker in the sixth inning, to lift Hillsboro past Carlinville 2-1 in South Central Conference action Tuesday afternoon.

Schaake homered in the first before the Cavaliers (3-3, 0-2) tied the game with a run in the third.

Danielle Westnedge had two of the Cavalier four hits in the game.

Alyssa DeSpain struck out seven, walked four and allowed nine hits and two runs to take the hard-luck loss.

Kai Hanner struck out 13 and pitched a four-hitter for Hillsboro (7-1, 3-0).

Southwestern 14, Vandalia 2

PIASA – The host Piasa Birds scored four runs in each of the first three innings, rolling to a conference win Tuesday. Bri Roloff and Haley Edwards both homereed. Roloff had three hits, four runs and two RBIs. Edwards had two runs and two RBIs. Molly Novack also had three hits, including two doubles, scored twice and drove in two. Sydney Baumgartner had a single, double, two runs and two RBIs. Megan Bailey had a single and double and Josie Bouillon had two RBIs.

Bailee Nixon struck out five and allowed two unearned runs over five innings.

Staunton 14, Greenville 0

STAUNTON – Kaleigh Pirok and Ashleigh Painter both drove in three runs as Staunton cruised past Greenville 14-0 Tuesday.

The Bulldogs scored six runs in the first and eight more in the second inning.

Painter had a double and triple with her three RBIs. Pirok had a double and single.

Darian Roberts had two single,s a double, two runs and two RBIs. Rebecca Caldieraro and Makenzy Sorsen both doubled, with Sorsen driving in two runs and scoring twice. Caldieraro had two RBIs.

Kayla Sorsen had two hits and two runs; Madelyn Legendre had two hits.

Grace Nichols struck out nine to get the win for Staunton, pitching a three-hit shutout.

Gillespie 6, Roxana 2

GILLESPIE – Sydney Henrichs hit a grand slam and got the win as Gillespie toppled Roxana Tuesday.

Roxana took a 2-0 first inning lead, but the Miners countered with two runs, including an Ally Clay RBI.

Henrichs’ slam was in the third inning and put Gillespie ahead to stay.

Rylee Jarman had two hits for Gillespie, as did Clay.

Henrichs struck out 13 over seven innings, allowing seven hits.

Greenfield/NW 10, Pleasant Hill 0

GREENFIELD – The Greenfield/Northwestern Tigers ended a four-game losing streak by shutting out the Pleasant Hill Wolves in a conference game Tuesday.

Greenfield/Northwestern (5-4) led 2-0 after two hinnings. They added five runs in the fourth and two in the sixth.

Carlye Ornellas pitched a no-hitter for GFNW, striking out 10.

Kassidy Walters had three hits, including a home run, scoring twice and driving in two runs.

Megan Jones had two hits, including a homer and double, driving in three runs. Taylor Schramm had two hits, including a double; and Kyle Nerone had two hits.