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RHJH track breaks two school records at state meet

By JOSH BROWN
| May 18, 2022

EAST PEORIA –– Two of three entries placed and two of three set school records for Red Hill’s junior high track teams at the IESA Class 2A State Finals over the weekend, but they were not the same two entries in both instances.

Red Hill High School senior Kamee Lytle was the lone qualifier from Crawford County for the girls' track state finals, as she finished second in the discus at the IHSA Class 1A Altamont Sectional last week. Lytle will compete at the IHSA Class 1A State Finals at Eastern Illinois University's O'Brien Stadium in Charleston Thursday. Contributed photo

Red Hill’s Lytle is lone qualifier for state meet

By JOSH BROWN
| May 18, 2022

ALTAMONT –– Only one female athlete from Lawrence County’s two track teams remains after the first round of the postseason.

LHS boys win meet

By JOSH BROWN
| May 18, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE –– One final tune-up resulted in a win for Lawrenceville High School’s boys’ track team late last week.

Lawrenceville's Leyton Ivers gets his secondary lead from first base during Monday's IHSA Class 2A Regional game against Robinson at Unit 20 Ballpark. Ivers led the Indians with two singles and two runs scored, but Lawrenceville lost the game, 5-4, to end their season with a 15-9 record. Josh Brown | Daily Record

Season ends for Indians, Lady Indians in first round of regionals

By JOSH BROWN
| May 18, 2022

Postseason play was short-lived for Lawrenceville High School’s baseball and softball teams, as both teams dropped their opening round games in their respective regionals Monday.

Lady Indians, Lady Salukis wrap up regular seasons

By JOSH BROWN
| May 18, 2022

The final week of the regular season was a busy one for Lawrence County’s high school softball teams, as both played multiple games in the season’s final days.

Indians, Salukis close out regular seasons

By JOSH BROWN
| May 18, 2022

County rivals squared off in the final week of the regular season, while Red Hill High School and Lawrenceville High School’s baseball teams also got a few more games in last week as well.

PJHS track teams compete at Shelbyville Sectional

By JOSH BROWN
| May 18, 2022

SHELBYVILLE –– The season came to an end for Parkview Junior High School’s track teams at the IESA Class 3A Shelbyville Sectional Saturday, as none of the entries for the Braves or Lady Braves were able to qualify for the state meet.

Postseason to start for baseball, softball teams

By JOSH BROWN
| May 10, 2022

With the regular season winding down this week, focus will quickly shift toward the postseason, which starts next week for local baseball and softball teams. Lawrenceville High School’s baseball and softball teams will compete in Class 2A regionals, while both Red Hill teams are in their respective Class 1A brackets.

Five members of the Red Hill Junior High School seventh grade boys' track team qualified for the IESA State Finals following their performances at the Class 2A Effingham St. Anthony Sectional Saturday. Pictured are: (front L-R) Logan Rodrick and Clayton Roney. In back are: (L-R) Zadyn Loudermilk, Jeryn Tarr and Colby Crutchfield. Tarr won the shot put to advance to state, while the other four were members of the 400 relay team that finished fourth, but qualified on time. They will compete at the IESA Class 2A State Finals in East Peoria Friday and Saturday. Contributed photo

Red Hill qualifies 2 individuals, one relay for IESA state finals

By JOSH BROWN
| May 10, 2022

EFFINGHAM –– A total of six athletes from Red Hill Junior High School were able to continue their seasons over the weekend after qualifying for the IESA Class 2A State Finals following their performances at the Class 2A Effingham St. Anthony Track Sectional Saturday.

Indians win two of three recently

By JOSH BROWN
| May 10, 2022

It has been an interesting stretch of baseball to say the least for Lawrenceville High School’s baseball team recently.

Salukis win one, lose one recently

By JOSH BROWN
| May 10, 2022

Two games both resulted in shutouts for Red Hill High School’s baseball team recently, but only one ended with a win.

Lady Indians split recent games

By JOSH BROWN
| May 10, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE –– Two recent home games resulted in a win and a loss for Lawrenceville High School’s softball team as the Lady Indians start to wind down their season.

Lawrenceville's Parker Hardiman flies through the air on one of his long jump attempts during the Fairfield Invitational Monday. Hardiman finished sixth in the long jump and triple jump to earn two of the Indians four points in the meet. Hardiman also finished sixth in the triple jump and 10th in the long jump at the Little Illini Conference Meet in Casey last week, where the Indians finished eighth out of nine teams. Photo courtesy Brian Turner | Wayne County Press

Lady Salukis 7th, Indians 8th, Salukis, Lady Indians 9th at Little Illini meet

By JOSH BROWN
| May 10, 2022

CASEY –– Track teams from Lawrence County finished toward the back of the pack at the annual Little Illini Conference Meet in Casey May 4.

PJHS 7th girls 6th, 8th girls 7th, boys’ teams 8th at LEIC track meet

By JOSH BROWN
| May 10, 2022

TOLEDO –– After being delayed a few days by rain, track teams from Parkview Junior High School competed in the annual Little Eastern Illini Conference Meet May 3 at Cumberland High School in Toledo and all of them finished toward the middle or back of the pack.

Lady Salukis blanked by Casey-Westfield

By JOSH BROWN
| May 10, 2022

BRIDGEPORT –– Playing against the No. 1 team in the state is never an easy task and it’s one that Red Hill High School’s softball team experience first-hand Monday.

Red Hill's Bryce Gross slides safely across home plate as the ball gets away from the Robinson catcher during Friday's Little Illini Conference game. Gross was one of two runs to score on a double by Anthony Jerrell than broke a scoreless tie ijn the third inning and spurred the Salukis to a 10-1 win. Josh Brown | Daily Record

Salukis split handful of games

By JOSH BROWN
| May 5, 2022

Hovering around the .500 mark has been a theme for Red Hill High School’s baseball team this season and that trend continued recently, as they went 2-2 over a four-game stretch.

Lawrenceville's Logan Angle runs across the plate with what turned out to be the winning run after the Indians executed a double-steal in the top of the seventh with two outs to break a 1-1 tie in their 2-1 win over Robinson in a Little Illini Conference contest Monday. Angle was responsible for both LHS runs, as he also hit a solo home run to account for the first run of the game. Josh Brown | Daily Record

Indians win three of five games recently

By JOSH BROWN
| May 5, 2022

Several close games and a couple of blowouts led to a 3-2 record for Lawrenceville High School’s baseball team during a recent busy stretch.

Lawrenceville's Erin Harris slides safely across home plate as the Hutsonville-Palestine catcher awaits the throw during Saturday's Robinson Invitational. The Lady Indians beat Hutsonville-Palestine, 9-8 and Fairfield, 7-3, to finish 2-1 and place fifth out of eighth teams. Josh Brown | Daily Record

Lady Indians 5th at Robinson Invitational, have won four of last six

By JOSH BROWN
| May 5, 2022

A busy stretch has been mostly positive for Lawrenceville High School’s softball team, as they went 4-2 over their past six games, including winning their last three.

Red Hill's Presley Havill connects with a pitch during a Little Illini Conference game at Robinson last week. Havill recorded a base hit and two runs scored in the game, but the Lady Salukis lost, 10-3. Josh Brown | Daily Record

Lady Salukis drop four, skid extended to seven games

By JOSH BROWN
| May 5, 2022

Struggles continued for Red Hill High School’s softball team recently, as they dropped four more games to see their losing streak reach seven games.

Indians, Salukis finish at back of field at Newton Invitational

By JOSH BROWN
| May 5, 2022

Points were hard to come by for Lawrence County’s high school boys’ track teams Friday at the annual Newton Eagle Invitational. The two local squads combined for just one point, as Lawrenceville finished 17th and Red Hill tied for 18th out of 21 teams in the deep and competitive field.


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