Cumberland Beats St. Anthony, Altamont, T-town Fall

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Published on May 28 2013 12:43 pm
Last Updated on May 28 2013 12:43 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham St. Anthony fell to Cumberland in the Class 1A Moweaqua Central A&M Sectional championship game Monday. The game was postponed from Saturday due to rain.

And rain didn't stay away in this one either. But this time around it came in the seventh inning and ended the contest. Cumberland was leading 16-10 in the top of the seventh but when the game was called, the score reverts back to the previous inning and the Pirates were 14-10 winners.

Cumberland took a 1-0 first inning lead then had a four-run third. The Bulldogs clawed back with four runs to pull within 5-4 in the fourth. Cumberland then brought home five runs in the top of the fifth to lead 10-4. But here came the Bulldogs again.

This time around St. Anthony tallied six runs to knot the score at 10-10. Then the Pirates scored four more in the top of the sixth.

Cumberland had 14 hits in the game led by Audrey Casey with three singles, Kyla Thornton with two singles and an RBI, Taylor Layton with two singles and an RBI, Olivia Titus with a single, double, home run and three RBI and Jasie McMechan with a single, double and four RBI.

St. Anthony had 11 hits in the game but served up four errors. Meghan Woltman had a single, double and five RBI, Morgan Gardewine a double, Makayla Walsh a triple and three RBI, Kate Richards a double and Paige Koester two singles and an RBI.

The Bulldogs end the season with a 15-10 record. Cumberland advances to the super-sectional which has been moved to Vandalia, today. The Pirates will face Hardin Calhoun at 4:30 p.m.

Moweaqua Central A&M Sectional

Cumberland          104    054    --    14-14-0

St. Anthony           000    460    --    10-11-4

WP  -- Carlen. LP -- Woltman.

Cumberland -- Thornton, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Caesy, 3 singles; Seibert, 1 RBI; Layton, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Titus, single, double, home run, 3 RBI; McMechan, single, double, 4 RBI; Greger, single; Plummer, single, 1 RBI

St. Anthony -- Koester, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Gardewine, double; Walsh, triple, 3 RBI; Niebrugge, single; Schuette, single; Richards, double; Woltman, single, double, 5 RBI; Nuxoll, 2 singles

 

Class 1A Johnston City Super-Sectional

Despite some outstanding pitching, Altamont High School fell to Goreville 4-2 in the super-sectional.

Altamont had one bad inning and that was the first when Goreville tallied three of its runs. The Indians scored a run in the fourth but Goreville came back to recoup that run in the fifth. The Indians then had a final run in the top of the seventh.

Deidre Ledbetter suffered the loss going six innings, allowing eight hits, four runs, two walks and striking out seven. Sydnee Rushing was the winning pitcher on a four-hitter with two walks and a whopping 16 strikeouts.

Goreville was led by Taylor Odom with a home run and three RBI, Haley Darnell with a double and Rushing with two singles.

Altamont was led by Lauren White with a home run and an RBI, Lauren Ohnesorge with a double and an RBI and Alex Teasley with a double.

Class 1A Johnston City Super-Sectional

Altamont           000    100    1    --    2-4

Goreville           300    010    x    --    4-8

WP -- Ledbetter. LP -- Rushing.

Altamont -- M. Ohnesorge, single; L. Ohnesorge, double, 1 RBI; White, home run, 1 RBI; Teasley, double

Goreville -- Rushing, 2 singles; Pritchett, single; Odom, home run, 3 RBI; Darnell, double; Webb, single; Schaede, single; Allred, single

 

Class 2A Ina Super-Sectional

Maci Ingram proved to be just too much for Teutopolis High School as the Nashville sophomore pitcher no-hit the Wooden Shoes, striking out 16 for a 3-0 victory Monday.

And that's not to say Kadi Borries didn't have a good game on the mound for the Shoes. Borries pitched a four-hitter with six strikeouts.

Nashville tallied a run in the second as Hannah Yung lifted one over the left field fence to start the inning. Borries toughened up and got the next two on strikeouts and the final out on a ground out.

The Shoes got the bat on the ball in the opening inning when Anni Borries hit a pop up to first base. Danielle Repking hit a fly ball to centerfield in the third. A. Borries finished the game as the only Wooden Shoe player not to strike out. She had two pop flies and a ground out.

Nashville, the defending state champion, advances to the Class 2A State Tournament Friday where it will face Kankakee McNamara at 5:30 p.m. The other game will have Peru St. Bede against either Sherrard or Tremont at 3 p.m. Sherrard and Tremont square off today in the Biggsville West Central Super-Sectional.

The third place game is set for Saturday at 3 p.m. while the championship will take place at 5:30 p.m.

Class 2A Ina Super-Sectional

Teutopolis          000    000    0    --    0-0-2

Nashville            010    020    x    --    3-7-0

Ingram and Winchester; K. Borries and A. Borries

Teutopolis -- no hits

Nashville -- Deering, single; Winchester, single, 1 RBI; Yung, home run (second, none on), 1 RBI; Snead, single; Liske, 2 singles; J. Harre, single