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Lynx soccer team wins at East Peoria
6, 2000] Lincoln
College’s Lady Lynx soccer defeated Illinois Central in East
Peoria yesterday, 5-0. Franci Noreiul and Rebecca Kostal each scored
two goals. Amy Stoelinga scored one goal. Two of Lincoln’s
teammates assisted: Rebecca Kostal and Jackie Maddox.
Congratulations Lady Lynx!
golfers compete in Quincy Regional
5, 2000] Lincoln
High School’s men’s golf team competed in the Quincy Regional
Tournament on Tuesday afternoon at the par-71 Westview Golf Course.
Aaron Freesmeier qualified for the individual sectionals with an 80.
The other players scores’ were as follows: Josh Specketer 83, J.T.
Ashley 84, Bradon Fults 86, Jason Fitzpatrick 95 and Blinn Bates 97.
Lincoln’s team score was 333, and they will not advance to the
girls make waves over Peoria Manual
5, 2000] In
a tidal wave at Stanford on Tuesday, Oct. 3, it was Olympia 145,
Peoria Manual 19 in high school girls swimming. Individual and relay results follow.
medley relay – Olympia: Mary Clark, Emily Melick, Katie Fraher,
Emily Dare, 2:23.94
freestyle – Olympia: Deanna Fluty, 2:37.53
intermediate medley – Olympia: Jessica Legner, 3:00.06
freestyle – Peoria Manual: Baker, 32.65 sec.
– Olympia: Rebecca Alberts, 160.85
butterfly – Olympia: Ashley Mahaffey, 1:28.94
freestyle – Olympia: Fraher, 1:06.95
freestyle – Olympia: Melick, 6:06.45
freestyle relay – Olympia: Erin Canopy, Jen Nafziger, Melick, Laci
backstroke – Olympia: Mahaffey, 1:24.87
breaststroke – Olympia: Katie Hentzen, 1:26.59
freestyle relay – Olympia: Gina Rawlins, Smith, Jennifer Bell,
volleys with Illini Central
5, 2000] Hartsburg-Emden
High School’s girls volleyball team defeated Illini Central 15-1,
15-5. The game was at Hartsburg on Tuesday afternoon. Hartsburg-Emden’s
top players were Kate Wrage with 17 service points, Tasha Williams
with nine kills, Carrie Rayburn with eight blocks, and Beth Guy with
20 assists. Hartsburg-Emden’s overall record is now 15-5, and their
Tomahawk Conference record is 3-0. Hartsburg Emden’s junior
varsity players also defeated Illini Central’s junior varsity team
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College volleys with Lincoln Land
5, 2000] Lincoln
College’s Lady Lynx volleyball played Lincoln Land yesterday at
home. Lincoln Land beat Lincoln College 15-7, 15-9, 15-9. Lynx Coach
Tina Rogers-Smith said, "We actually played pretty well. We had
been going backwards; however, we had a good practice Tuesday and
played well tonight. I think we are going to surprise some people. I
certainly haven’t given up on them."
Sheley was a huge asset to the Lady Lynx with nine kills, two
blocks, five digs and two aces. Some of the other girls also made
significant contributions to the game. Christine Lott made seven
kills and four blocks. Adie Harmon had four kills, three digs and
two aces. Amanda Pikert helped with five kills and four blocks.
Bonnie Brown assisted 21 times.
College’s record now stands at 1-19. They will compete in a
tournament at Parkland on Friday and Saturday.
required for parents of LCHS winter athletes
5, 2000] All
LCHS winter athletes are required to have their athletic permit card
on file in the activity director’s office before they may try out
or practice for any sports. All parents/guardian of all athletes
must attend a mandatory meeting Monday, Oct. 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the
LCHS auditorium. This 15-minute meeting will cover the
athletic permit card, extracurricular code and parent/coach
involvement. No athletes will be allowed to try out or practice
until their parents/guardian attend this meeting. If you attended
the fall parents meeting in August, you do not need to attend this
meeting. If you cannot attend, please call Darrell Hanslow, activity
director, to set up an appointment with him, (217) 732-4131, Ext.
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swimming, Nov. 20
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Pulaski defeats Pleasant Plains in volleyball
4, 2000] Mount
Pulaski High School volleyball team defeated Pleasant Plains 15-9,
9-15 and 15-10. Mount Pulaski’s Lindsay Clements served up 12
points and blocked four shots. Mary Olson also blocked four shots.
Sarah Stratton made 12 kills, and Tiffany Conaway assisted 36 times!
Pleasant Plains’ top scorer was Allison Sweet, with eight service
points. Alex Liveratore made eight kills. Mount Pulaski’s new
record is 16-4. Pleasant Plains’ record is now 20-4. Mount Pulaski
also beat Pleasant Plains in junior varsity play, 15-1, 15-7.
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Lincoln vs. SH-Griffin
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