Zack Carpenter

Armstrong-Potomac spring sports year-in-review

Armstrong-Potomac

Baseball

Highlights

Hands-down the highest point came for A-P in a 1-0 upset win over Salt Fork. Trojans pitcher Rylee Showalter got the job done during a complete-game effort, and Austin Keen’s chopper down the third-base line plated Dalton Loschen for the walk-off run.

Lowlights


Fisher spring sports year-in-review

Fisher

Baseball

Highlights


Rantoul spring sports year-in-review

Rantoul

Baseball

Highlights


Rantoul Press All-Area Softball Team

Rantoul Press All-Area Softball Team

Pitcher

Sydney Eichelberger, Fisher


Rantoul Press Softball Awards

Most Valuable Player

Becca Clanton, Fisher

For the past two seasons, Clanton has taken the Rantoul Press area (and The News-Gazette area) by storm as one of the best all-around catchers in central Illinois.


Rantoul Press All-Area Baseball Team

Rantoul Press All-Area Baseball Team

Pitcher

Nolan Roseman, Rantoul


Rantoul Press Baseball Awards

Most Valuable Player

Luke Jones, Rantoul


Woods named Eater principal/bilingual director

RANTOUL — Rantoul J.W. Eater Junior High has a new voice to lead it.

Dr. Scott Woods has been named Eater’s principal and bilingual director, replacing Ryan Green, who resigned in April after serving as Eater’s principal for four years.


Brotherton’s walk-off rallies Bulldogs past Rantoul

MAHOMET — The game plan was executed well, and the final strategic decision of the game was sound. But it still wasn’t enough for the Rantoul softball team.

The Eagles fell 6-5 to the host Bulldogs in a Class 3A Mahomet-Seymour Regional semifinal game last Wednesday when Kameryn Brotherton belted a two-out, two-RBI double in the bottom of the seventh inning to win in walk-off fashion.


Eagles take down Centennial on walk-off to advance in postseason

RANTOUL — Chad Vermillion almost didn’t take off.

With the scored tied at 5 and Rantoul baseball teammate John Frerichs facing an 0-2 count with two outs in the eighth inning of a Class 3A Champaign Central Regional game, Vermillion stood at third base as part of a bases-loaded opportunity.




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