Shepherd girls hoops opens with wins
Shepherd’s seventh grade and eighth grade girls basketball teams opened with wins over Pontiac. The 7s won, 30-10, (Ashlyn Ganiere 16 points, Reese Purcell eight points), while the eighth grade Rams were victorious, 18-16 (Mary Stisser eight points, Belle Markey five points).
Streator Youth Soccer Week 5 results
Here are Week 5 scores and standout players (as submitted by coaches) from Streator Youth Soccer:
Feken Trucking 4, Yuhas Flooring 3: standouts – Dylan Brown, Eliza Renken, Veronica Vaughn
SCCU 5, Streator Rotary 1: standouts – Deken Doty, Cam Tutko
Vietti Concrete 4, All-Type Fence 1: standouts – Wesley Lemrise, Augustine, Jacelyn Wachowksi, Snow
Edward Jones 2, Danchris Nursery 2: standouts – Zerrina Flores, Oliver Biros
Alloy Specialties 4, Dream Machines 1: standouts – Collin Schumacher, Kaedyn Brown
First State Bank 5, Central Church of Christ 1: standouts – Sydnie Taylor, Aaliyah Durbin
Countryside Animal 8, Sunbelt Rentals 5: standouts – August Baron, Mackenna Davies, Andrew Cunningham, Elizabeth Reel
Green Financial 5, Joe’s Station House 1: standouts – Austen Henson, Easton Defenbaugh, Kiera Knox, Jayce Loudenbach
SCDC 5, Midland States Bank 2: standouts – Kesleigh Carter, Hayden Flori, Kali Muncy, Alexandria Pedelty
Firefighters 3, Vactor 3: standouts – Hunter Nettlingham, Danny Murphy, Brodie Benstine, Kole Yuhas
Crossfit Virago 5, Frank’s Pet Shop 4: standouts – Cece Lynch, Olivia Brandenburg, Zayden Gallick, Deandre Lopez
Hatzer and Son 2, More On Main 1: standouts – Mason Decker, Jude Wiesbrook, Kane Burton, Clayton Shinkey
SOCU 7, Heritage Health 3
Sunbelt Rentals 3, Crossfit Virago 0
Ottawa City Rec Softball results
In Tuesday and Thursday Night Men’s League play in Ottawa:
Berta’s Tap 12, Allison Asphalt 2: For Allision, Jason Gaughan had two hits. For Berta’s, Kray Wheeler and Andrew Mathis both had three hits, with Brazon Wheelerand Hunter Sutton contributing two hits each. Matt Lambert ended the game with a walk-off homer.
Hometown National Bank 10, J.F. Brennan 11: Alex Koziel, Troy Yeager, Ken Hicks, Jeff Demoss, Elliot Kowalski, Jake Less and Bryce Robert had two hits, while Clay Caputo homered for Hometown. For Brennan, Jason Kennedy led the way going 4 for 4. Spencer Smith and Kyle Kokrada each had three hits, with Eric Farmer, Caleb Smith and Taylor Morgan contributing two including Morgan’s homer.
J.F. Brennan 9, Korte Turpin Tree Service 4: Camry Sarver and Justin Switeck each had two for Korte Turpin. As for J.F. Brennan, Josh Stillwell and Caleb Smith each had three hits, with Taylor Morgan, Curt Linn and Mickey Armstrong adding two, including an Armstrong round-tripper.
Hometown National Bank 21, Berta’s Tap 9: Hometown National Bank’s Adam Demoss and Elliot Kowalski each had four hits, with Alex Koziel chipping in three. Jake Less, Ryan Fuchs, Ken Hicks and Bryce Roberts each contributed two hits. Berta’s Tap took its first loss despite Andrew Mathis’ three hits, with Kray Wheeler, Matt Lambert, Hunter Sutton, Tyler Carson, Kipp Caputo and Drew Johnson all adding two hits.
J.F. Brennan 19, Allison Asphalt 9: Tic Allison, Dave Dillard, Dan Dillard and Jovan Lynch each contributed two hits in the loss. Morgan Taylor and Mickey Armstrong each slammed a pair of home runs, while Nick Allegretti added three hits, including a homer. Steve Johnson also had a three-hit night.
Allison Asphalt 18, Korte Turpin Tree Service 2: For Korte Turpin, Austin Stewart had two hits. Javon Lynch had the hot bat for the winners, going 3 for 3 with a solo homer. Jim Fultz added three hits, and Jim Snell collected two.