Parker wickham – Robins Island http://robins-island.org/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 14:34:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://robins-island.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-25T005401.436.png Parker wickham – Robins Island http://robins-island.org/ 32 32 FRIDAY PREP ROUNDUP: Levitt powers St. Anthony baseball to defeat BSE; Willenborg and Martelli shoot 75s on day one of Mattoon Invite | local sports https://robins-island.org/friday-prep-roundup-levitt-powers-st-anthony-baseball-to-defeat-bse-willenborg-and-martelli-shoot-75s-on-day-one-of-mattoon-invite-local-sports/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 23:56:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/friday-prep-roundup-levitt-powers-st-anthony-baseball-to-defeat-bse-willenborg-and-martelli-shoot-75s-on-day-one-of-mattoon-invite-local-sports/ FALL BASEBALL St. Anthony 10, Brownstown St. Elmo 0 St. Anthony beat Brownstown St. Elmo, 10-0, on Friday. The Bulldogs scored two runs in first, one in second, four in third and three in fourth. Eli Levitt hit a double and a home run and had two RBIs for St. Anthony. Brock Fearday hit a […]]]>

FALL BASEBALL

St. Anthony 10, Brownstown St. Elmo 0

St. Anthony beat Brownstown St. Elmo, 10-0, on Friday.

The Bulldogs scored two runs in first, one in second, four in third and three in fourth.

Eli Levitt hit a double and a home run and had two RBIs for St. Anthony. Brock Fearday hit a double and a triple and had an RBI. Will Hoene scored a brace. Connor Roepke doubled and had two RBIs. JC Trupiano doubled and had an RBI. Nick Ruholl singled and had an RBI, and Brock Jansen singled.

Fearday and Sam Link pitched for the Bulldogs. Fearday pitched four innings and allowed two hits and had seven strikeouts; Link pitched an inning and allowed a hit and had one strikeout.

As for the Bombers (5-6, 1-4 National Trail Conference), Adam Atwood, Wyatt Forbes and Josiah Maxey had one hit.

Altamont 9, North Clay 0

Altamont beat North Clay, 9-0, on Friday.

The Indians scored one in the first, three in the second and five in the third.

Mason Robinson hit two singles and a triple and had an RBI for Altamont. Jared Hammer hit two singles and had two RBIs. Nathan Stuemke hit a triple and had two RBIs. Nathan Shepard hit a single. Kaidyn Miller hit a single. Keinon Eirhard scored a brace. Wyatt Phillips hit a double and an RBI, and Logan Cornett hit a single.

Aden McManaway pitched for the Indians. He pitched seven innings and allowed two hits and two walks with 12 strikeouts.

As for the Cardinals, Logan Fleener and Carder Walden hit singles.

Alex Boose and Keegan Sullens pitched for North Clay. Boose pitched 2 2/3 innings and allowed eight hits, six earned runs and four walks; Sullens pitched 4 1/3 innings and allowed two hits and three walks with two strikeouts.

Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg 4, Neoga 0

Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg beat Neoga 4-0 on Friday.

The Hatchets scored three runs in the first and one in the sixth.

Austin Wittenberg hit three singles for WSS. Kendall Morris hit a single and a double and had an RBI. Tyler Wetherell hit a single. Jordan Wittenberg hit a single. Jackson Gurgel doubled and had an RBI. Connor Manhart hit a single and Ben Bridges had an RBI.

Austin and Jordan Wittenberg pitched for the Hatchets. Austin pitched five innings and allowed three hits with six strikeouts; Jordan pitched two innings and had three strikeouts.

As for Neoga, Brady Reynolds, Ryan Koester and Quintin Richards hit singles.

Malachi Staszak, Reynolds and Trey Sheehan pitched for Neoga. Staszak pitched four innings and allowed five hits, three earned runs and two walks with four strikeouts; Reynolds pitched 1 1/3 innings and allowed four hits and an earned run with one strikeout, and Sheehan pitched 2/3 innings.

South Central 15, Cowden-Herrick Beecher City 0

South Central beat Cowden-Herrick Beecher City, 15-0, on Friday.

Maddox Robb hit two singles and had an RBI. Aidan Dodson hit a single and had two RBIs. Anthony Buonaura doubled and had three RBIs. Ethan Watwood hit a home run and had two RBIs. Andrew Magnus hit a single. Colton Smith hit a single and had two RBIs. Chase Thompson had two RBIs. Brody Markley had one RBI and Calaway Smith had two.

Buonaura and Coen West pitched for the Cougars. Buonaura pitched three innings and allowed one hit and one walk with nine strikeouts; West pitched an inning and had one strikeout.

As for the Bobcats, Clayton Wojcik hit a single.

VOLLEYBALL

Northern Clay 2, Neoga 0

North Clay defeated Neoga in straight sets on Friday.

North Clay won the first set 26-24 and the second 25-20.

Andrea Burcham had one kill, six kills and six digs for Neoga. Klowee Conder had four kills, one block and five digs. Allison Worman had four kills and three blocks. Haylee Campbell had two kills and five blocks. Sydney Richards had nine kills and seven digs. Natalie O’Dell had three blocks, nine assists and three digs, and Sydney Hakman had six digs.

South-Central 2, Patoka Odin 0

South Central defeated Patoka Odin in straight sets on Friday.

The Lady Cougars (7-4) won the first set 25-20 and the second 25-16.

Sierra Arnold had an ace and seven digs for South Central. Olivia Brauer had five kills, nine assists, four aces, three digs and one block. Brooklyn Garrett had seven kills and 14 digs. Sidney Shumate had five kills, an ace and three digs. Chloe Smith had a block. Brooke Cowger had five kills, two aces, two digs and a block. Rayna Hall had three searches. Emma Jenne had two kills and Emma Runge had three digs.

St. Elmo Brownstown at Lincolnwood Volleyball Tournament

St. Elmo Brownstown finished 0-2 at the Lincolnwood Volleyball Tournament on Friday.

The Eagles lost their first game against Hillsboro in three sets (25-21, 11-25, 11-15) and lost the second game against South County in straight sets (16-25, 21-25).

No information was available on SEB’s third game against Roxana.

The Eagles are now 4-4 this season.

GOLF BOYS

Mattoon Invitational

St. Anthony, Teutopolis and Effingham took part in the two-day Mattoon Invitational Friday.

The Bulldogs finished with a team score of 302, the Wooden Shoes finished with a team score of 362, and the Hearts finished with a team score of 378.

Jonathan Willenborg and Michael Martelli shot 75, and Lane Ludwig and Preston Phillips shot 76.

The scores that didn’t count were Joey Trupiano’s 78 and Dakota Flaig’s 80.

Ethan Thoele shot 83 for Teutopolis. Kole Ohnesorge and Brody Thoele shot 92, and Gabe Schlink shot 95.

The scores that didn’t count were Adam Lustig’s 96 and Hayden Jansen’s 100.

Finally, for Effingham, Colby Haynes shot 85. David Splechter shot 95. Cannon Bockhorn shot 98 and Rayden Schneider and Brody Boehm shot 100.

The only score that didn’t count towards the team total was Evan Pryor’s 105.

North Clay at Clay County Country Club

North Clay competed at Clay County Country Club on Friday.

Riley Poe shot a 50, Jacob Arnold shot a 51 and Kennedy Jones shot a 63.

Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg Boys Golf Invitational

Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg finished fourth at the Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg Boys Golf Invitational on Friday.

The Hatchets finished with a team score of 439. Shelbyville finished first with a team score of 406.

Rylan Rincker shot a last round of 103. Briar Smith shot a last round of 110. Nathaniel Gracey shot a last round of 111 and Brody Hendrickson shot a last round of 115.

The two scores that didn’t count were Clayton Carey’s 116 and Jack Holland’s 129.

GOLF GIRLS

Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg Girls Golf Invitation

Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg’s Bailey Owens finished with a final round of 142 at the Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg Girls Golf Invitational.

Okaw Valley won the event with a team score of 463.

SOCCER

Altamont 2, Carlyle 1

Altamont beat Carlyle, 2-1, on Friday.

Javian Schlanser and Martin Cook scored goals for the Indians.

SOCCER

Lawrenceville 34, Newton 7

Newton fell to Lawrenceville, 34-7, on Friday.

Max Meinhart completed 14 of 28 passes for 144 yards and a touchdown for the Eagles.

Trevor Haarman had two catches for 58 yards and a touchdown. Parker Wolf had seven catches for 50 yards. Jack Kinkade had four catches for 28 yards and Austin Moore had one catch for eight yards.

Meanwhile, on the floor, Newton finished with 11 carries for under a yard.

Dawson Deitz had seven carries for three yards. Wolf had a run for under seven yards and Meyer Tarr had two runs for three yards.

Defensively, Braxton Griffith and Tarr totaled 10 tackles. Riley Hart had seven tackles. Evan Zumbahlen and Evan Baltzell had six tackles. Gus Bierman had five tackles. Gage Reynolds, Austin Moore, Dominik Utley, Cole Phillips and Cole Elmore had four tackles. Kohlten Barthelme had two tackles and Haarman, Jacob Wickham and Payton Harris had one.

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WEEK 3 FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Effingham looking to get back on track against Charleston; Cumberland aims for first win, Newton for second | local sports https://robins-island.org/week-3-football-preview-effingham-looking-to-get-back-on-track-against-charleston-cumberland-aims-for-first-win-newton-for-second-local-sports/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 01:25:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/week-3-football-preview-effingham-looking-to-get-back-on-track-against-charleston-cumberland-aims-for-first-win-newton-for-second-local-sports/ Below is this week’s Effingham Daily News high school football preview – an article detailing the clashes for Effingham, Newton and Cumberland. CHARLESTON TO EFFINGHAM Last year: Effingham defeated Charleston 42-0 in Charleston Last week: Effingham lost to (Class 5A, No. 4) Mahomet-Seymour, 35-14. Effingham’s remarks: Effingham finally found the end zone twice last week […]]]>

Below is this week’s Effingham Daily News high school football preview – an article detailing the clashes for Effingham, Newton and Cumberland.


CHARLESTON TO EFFINGHAM

Last year: Effingham defeated Charleston 42-0 in Charleston

Last week: Effingham lost to (Class 5A, No. 4) Mahomet-Seymour, 35-14.

Effingham’s remarks: Effingham finally found the end zone twice last week against state-ranked Mahomet-Seymour, but in another losing effort. However, fans shouldn’t worry too much about this Flaming Hearts team, as Effingham could very well have lost to Class 2A State Champion Decatur St. Teresa and Class 5A State Champion Mahomet-Seymour in consecutive weeks. One area of ​​concern, however, continues to be attack. This side of football hasn’t been looking great for two weeks, and without main running back John Westendorf – who didn’t feature against Mahomet-Seymour in Week 2 due to an undisclosed injury – it could be a problem down the road. But it could also open the door for others to come in and make a name for themselves. One of those names is second-year running back Weldon Dunston. Last week, Dunston racked up 27 yards on 16 carries, scoring the first touchdown of the campaign. Look for it to see the same, if not more, workload this week as the match may demand it. Last year against the Trojans, Effingham had 318 yards on 47 carries and three scores. Would it be deja vu in 2022?

Opponent Notes: Charleston comes in 0-2, losing Week 1 to Herscher (41-30) and Week 2 to Lincoln (20-0). Over the past two weeks, the Trojans have totaled 449 yards to the 718 total yards they are giving up. Charleston had 55 passing yards and 98 rushing yards against the Railsplitters and gave up 70 passing yards and 201 rushing yards. Junior quarterback Brett Spour leads the team behind center. Spour threw two touchdowns and two interceptions on 16 passes for 33 and 172 yards in two weeks. He also has a rushing touchdown and 85 yards on 18 carries. His weapons are senior running back Jeremiah Hayes (23 carries for 149 yards and three catches for 17 yards); junior wide receiver Langdon Kind (five carries for 31 yards and four catches for 38 yards); junior running back Cody Bell (five carries for 15 yards and three catches for 16 yards); junior running back Malik Perry (three carries for nine yards); junior wide receiver Jacob Roe (two catches for 28 yards); junior running back Aidan Burnett (one run for minus four yards); second-year running back Ben Coffey (one rush for minus eight yards); junior wide receiver Luke Nelson (two catches for 29 yards); junior wide receiver Chet Shrader (two catches for 25 yards and a touchdown) and junior wide receiver Scott King (one catch for five yards).

NEWTON TO LAWRENCEVILLE

Last year: Newton lost to Lawrenceville, 34-19

Last week: Newton beat Casey-Westfield, 11-8

Notes on Newton: Newton will be looking for two straight wins after his thrilling 11-8 victory over Casey-Westfield in Week 2. Parker Wolf was the star player of the night against the Warriors, catching seven passes for 126 yards and a touchdown. . So far this season, Wolf has eight catches for 130 yards, as well as three carries for 32 extra yards and a score. The pass to him will mostly be Max Meinhart, who threw for 124 yards on 7 of 15 passes last week. Meinhart completed 11 of 28 passes for 182 yards and two scores against an interception in two weeks. Besides Wolf, Meinhart also has a trio of running backs behind him. First up is Wade Wickham, who didn’t play in Week 2 but rushed for 112 yards on 14 carries with a touchdown in Week 1. Second up is Dawson Deitz, who has 22 carries for 71 yards and four receptions for 11 yards, and third is Meyer Tarr, who has a touchdown and 58 rushing yards on 11 carries and a catch for three yards.

Opponent Notes: Lawrenceville did not send any statistics by press time.

NIANTIC SANGAMON VALLEY IN CUMBERLAND

Last year: Cumberland defeated Niantic Sangamon Valley, 44-8

Last week: Cumberland lost to Tuscola, 40-22

Cumberland Notes: Cumberland lost Week 1 to Shelbyville (38-14) and Week 2 to Tuscola (40-22), both games away from Pirate Field. The Pirates now head home for a Week 3 game, hoping to crack the win column. Bryant Weber has completed 32 of 60 passes for 334 yards and three touchdowns for four interceptions over the past two weeks. He also rushed the ball five times for minus nine yards and a score. His top targets on the outside are senior wide receiver Maddox McElravy, who has 11 catches for 132 yards, and senior tight end Trevin Magee, who has 10 catches for 112 yards. Junior Blake McMechan can also be a threat out of the backfield, as shown by his nine catches for 89 yards and a score this year. McMechan, however, will serve as more of a runner. This year, he has nine carries for 55 yards. Ross McBride leads the team in this category with 22 carries for 67 yards and two touchdowns.

Opponent Notes: Niantic Sangamon Valley arrives in Toledo with an 0-2 record but a pair of tight losses. The Storm fell to Tremont in Week 1 (14-8) and Warrensburg-Latham in Week 2 (19-16). Sangamon Valley has a solid running game, led by Walters and Hardy. Walters has 167 rushing yards in two games to mate with 39 passing yards, while Hardy has 156 rushing yards to mate with 20 passing yards. Other players to watch will be Dougherty (32 rushing yards, three receiving yards), Weatzel (59 rushing yards, three passing yards), Cramer (24 rushing yards, 59 receiving yards) and Hill (eight yards on the ground).

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Madison County Property Transfers – Oneida Dispatch https://robins-island.org/madison-county-property-transfers-oneida-dispatch/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 17:12:31 +0000 https://robins-island.org/madison-county-property-transfers-oneida-dispatch/ The following deeds were among those recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office from May 30, 2022 through June 10, 2022: Harper Trust to Kevin Martyn Jr; 1504 Delphi Rd, Cazenovia for $420,000 Charles Campbell to Gary Meyerson; 121 Prospect Street, Canastota for $236,000 Kathleen Brandt/poa to Christine Rich; 230 Allen Park Pl, Oneida for […]]]>

The following deeds were among those recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office from May 30, 2022 through June 10, 2022:

Harper Trust to Kevin Martyn Jr; 1504 Delphi Rd, Cazenovia for $420,000

Charles Campbell to Gary Meyerson; 121 Prospect Street, Canastota for $236,000

Kathleen Brandt/poa to Christine Rich; 230 Allen Park Pl, Oneida for $98,000

Cody Rooney to Alexis Newbury; 237 Park Avenue, Oneida for $191,500

Tracy Hilts to Amy Merlos; 401 Peck Road, Kirkville for $160,000

Eva Fera/tutor of Louis Fera; 1110 Middle Rd, Oneida for $94,000

Maxine Sweatman to Michael Sweatman; Glenwood Avenue, Oneida for $1

Alan Booth/ref to MTGLO investors; 3366 Erieville Road, Erieville for $120,500

Adriana Fratini to Jason Williams; 6076 Lebanon Reservoir, Lebanon for $30,000

Eulalia Wickham in Penny Witchley; 2997 Waterbury Rd, Canastota for $75,000

Duane Havener to Kathleen Mahon; Parker Hill Rd, Georgetown for $146,000

Stephen Henry/ref at Limestone Ridge; 1084 Smith Ridge Road, Bridgeport for $91,500

Rebecca Degeilh to Andrew Degeilh; 3902 Nelson Hgts Rd, Cazenovia for $20,000

Rose Taranto to Bethany Huffstutler; 67 E Main St, Earlville for $73,000

Richard Streeter to Kelly Barrett; 9069 North Rd, Bridgeport for $1

Theresa Stile to Christopher Wisnoski; 6536 Armstrong Road, Hamilton for $355,000

Elaine Mason to Brenda Campbell; W Main St, Lebanon for $1

Karen Devaul-Turner to Jack Turner; Hart Rd, Eaton for $1

William Fallon Trust to Sheila Fallon; 4775 Ormonde Dr, Cazenovia for $1

Joseph Koen to Christine Rossi; 8225 Hill Rd, Hubbardsville for $53,000

Robert Fox Jr to Donald Coling; Hall Road, Erieville for $140,000

Gregory Kukulski to Alyssa Paduano; 1941 Hickory St, Chittenango for $220,000

Robert Scribner to George Wright Sr; Madison St, Oneida for $50,000

Joyce Crandall/Adm to Patricia Moro; Utica Street, Deruyter for $52,500

Miranda Tiller to Michael Tianello Jr; Will New Blvd, Canastota for $264,000

Richard Macumber to Larry MacLaury; 26 Fayette Street, Earlville for $127,000

Gary Goodfellow to James Bourne; 2238 Erieville Road, Erieville for $171,500

Francis Bartholomew/director of CAAJJ LLC; Washington Avenue, Oneida for $25,000

James Rinaldo/exr to Seth Sullivan; 221 Maple Dr, Oneida for $119,000

Hyland Partners Inc to Lawrence Pavese; 104 Seneca Ave, Canastota for $69,500

Jeffrey Shepard to Sean Malloy; 3985 Benedict Hill Road, Erieville for $245,000

Marguerite Troup to Nathaniel Houck; 350 Stone St, Oneida for $126,500

Mari Snyder at 18, rue du Liban; Main Street, Hamilton for $145,000

John Osborne to James Goodfellow; 5325 Nelson Rd, Cazenovia for $4,500

Patrick Sullivan Jr to Nicholas Baran; 1815 Hillside Avenue, Leonardsville for $185,000

ESA Properties at Dale Hines; Cedar St, Oneida for $169,500

Morris Baker Jr to Aaron Walker; 413 Wilbur Street, Oneida for $230,000

Nicole Perez to Jacob Lipke; 210 Spencer St, Canastota for $162,500

Kenneth Mitchell to Christopher Phillips; North St, Morrisville for $22,000

Jean Vickery to Garrett Ayotte; 603 Tuscarora Road, Chittenango for $161,500

Peter Hopsickert to Ned Jaquish; 1795 Route 8, Leonardsville for $217,000

Susanne Hunt at the Altschul group; 51 Payne Street, Hamilton for $486,000

Kirk Palmer to Michael Geruntino; 1597 River Road, Hamilton for $125,000

Joel Arsenault to Allen Kime; New Yorker Avenue, Canastota for $7,500

Edna Haldenwang to Douglas Case; 6043 Creek Rd, Oneida for $6,000

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FRIDAY PREP ROUNDUP: Newton’s football earns its first victory with a win over Casey-Westfield; Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg Baseball defeats St. Anthony | local sports https://robins-island.org/friday-prep-roundup-newtons-football-earns-its-first-victory-with-a-win-over-casey-westfield-windsor-stewardson-strasburg-baseball-defeats-st-anthony-local-sports/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 02:13:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/friday-prep-roundup-newtons-football-earns-its-first-victory-with-a-win-over-casey-westfield-windsor-stewardson-strasburg-baseball-defeats-st-anthony-local-sports/ SOCCER Newton 11, Casey Westfield 8 Newton defeated Casey-Westfield, 11-8, in a Little Illini Conference game in Week 2. Max Meinhart threw for a touchdown and completed 7 of 15 passes for 124 yards in the Eagles victory. Parker Wolf caught seven passes for 126 yards and a touchdown in the game, helping a passing […]]]>

SOCCER

Newton 11, Casey Westfield 8

Newton defeated Casey-Westfield, 11-8, in a Little Illini Conference game in Week 2.

Max Meinhart threw for a touchdown and completed 7 of 15 passes for 124 yards in the Eagles victory.

Parker Wolf caught seven passes for 126 yards and a touchdown in the game, helping a passing offense that needed explosiveness after a tough week for the backfield.

Newton had just 28 yards on 24 carries.

As for the defensive side of football, Riley Hart finished with 10 tackles, one tackle for loss and one sack.

Gus Bierman and Meyer Tarr finished second on the team with six tackles, with Bierman adding two tackles for the loss. Braxton Griffith and Dominik Utley had five tackles – Utley with three tackles for loss – and Cole Elmore and Jacob Wickham had four tackles. Elmore had two sacks and Wickham had a sack and two tackles for loss.

Overall, the Eagles defense totaled 61 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and six sacks.

FALL BASEBALL

Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg 6, St. Anthony 4

Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg beat St. Anthony, 6-4, on Friday.

The Hatchets scored one in first, two in third, one in fifth and two in sixth.

Austin Wittenberg hit three singles for WSS (6-1, 4-1 National Trail Conference). Tyler Wetherell hit two singles and had an RBI. Jordan Wittenberg singled and had three RBIs. Carter Chaney hit a single. Jackson Gurgel hit a single. Ben Bridges singled and Rhett Rincker had an RBI.

Kendall Morris and Jordan Wittenberg pitched for the Hatchets. Morris pitched 3 2/3 innings and allowed three hits, four earned runs and five walks with three strikeouts; Wittenberg pitched 3 1/3 innings and had three strikeouts.

As for the Bulldogs, they scored one in first, one in third and two in fourth.

Brock Fearday hit a single and home run and had an RBI for St. Anthony (10-1, 3-1 National Trail Conference). Eli Levitt singled and had two RBIs, and Aiden Lauritzen had an RBI.

Fearday and Nick Ruholl pitched for the Bulldogs. Fearday pitched five innings and allowed six hits, two earned runs and three walks with four strikeouts; Ruholl pitched an inning and allowed three hits and two earned runs.

Teutopolis 11, Odin Patoka Sandoval 1

Teutopolis defeated Odin Patoka Sandoval, 11-1, on Friday.

The Wooden Shoes scored three in first, five in second, one in fifth and two in sixth.

Caleb Siemer hit a single and a double and had two RBIs for Teutopolis (3-4). Mitch Koester hit a single. Conner Siemer hit a single. Ben Goeckner doubled and had three RBIs. Caleb Bloemer doubled and had an RBI. Brett Kreke singled and had an RBI, and Bennet Thompson had an RBI.

Logan Lawson and Zac Niebrugge pitched for the Wooden Shoes. Lawson pitched five innings and allowed two hits, no earned runs and a walk with seven strikeouts; Niebrugge pitched an inning and allowed a hit with two strikeouts.

Altamont 14, Dieterich 4

Altamont beat Dieterich, 14-4, on Friday.

The Indians scored two runs in first, five in second, one in fourth, four in sixth and two in seventh.

Nathan Stuemke hit three singles and had an RBI for Altamont (5-2, 2-2 National Trail Conference). Mason Robinson hit a single and a double and had an RBI. Wyatt Phillips hit two singles and had three RBIs. Eli Miller hit two singles and had an RBI. Logan Cornett hit two singles and had an RBI. Keegan Schultz hit a single. Carter Siebert hit a single. Dillan Elam hit a single and had an RBI. Aden McManaway had an RBI and Keinon Eirhart had one.

Jared Hammer and McManaway pitched for the Indians. Hammer pitched six innings and allowed four hits, two earned runs and four walks with five strikeouts; McManaway pitched an inning and had two strikeouts.

As for the Movin’ Maroons, they scored two points in the first and two in the second.

Noah Dill hit a single and a double and had an RBI for Dieterich (6-4, 2-3 National Trail Conference). Garrett Niebrugge singled and Andrew Hall singled and had two RBIs.

North Clay 13, Cowden-Herrick Beecher City 3

North Clay beat Cowden-Herrick Beecher City, 13-3, on Saturday.

The Cardinals scored five runs in the first, one in the second, two in the third, two in the fifth and three in the sixth.

Alex Boose had a brace and two RBIs for North Clay (4-3-1, 2-1 National Trail Conference). Logan Fleener hit a single. Cody Zimdars hit a single and had an RBI. Gavin Hosselton singled and had three RBIs. Daniel Warren hit a double and had an RBI. Carder Walden had an RBI and Ayden Jones had one.

Walden, Jack Compton and Zimdars pitched for the Cardinals. Walden recorded no outings and allowed two hits, two earned runs and three walks; Compton pitched four innings and allowed one hit and one walk with seven strikeouts, and Zimdars pitched two innings and allowed two hits and two walks with five strikeouts.

As for the Bobcats, they scored two runs in the first and one in the fifth.

Conner Nowitzke hit two singles for CHBC (0-4, 0-2 National Trail Conference). Carson Evans singled and doubled, and Clayton Wojcik singled and had an RBI.

South Central 11, Brownstown St. Elmo 0

South Central beat Brownstown St. Elmo, 11-0, on Friday.

The Cougars scored two runs in the third and nine in the fifth.

Chase Thompson had two hits for South Central (7-1, 3-0 National Trail Conference). Aidan Dodson had one. Ethan Watwood had two, including a double. Andrew Magnus had one. Calaway Smith had one, a double. Maddox Robb had one and Brody Markley had one.

Dodson pitched for the Cougars. He pitched five innings and walked two with six strikeouts.

As for the Bombers (4-4, 0-3 National Trail Conference), Wyatt Stine and Josiah Maxey tied.

Adam Atwood pitched for BSE. He pitched 4 1/3 innings and allowed six runs, eight hits and two walks with five strikeouts.

GOLF BOYS

Ramsey 177, Altamont 179

Altamont fell to Ramsey, 177-179, on Friday.

Avery Jarhaus shot a final round of 33. Tyler Ruffner shot a 45. Zeke Rippetoe shot a 48 and Daniel McCammon shot a 53.

The two scores that didn’t count were Charlie Goeckner’s 59 and Justin Kollmann’s.

Altamont also sent two participants. Sophia Pearcy shot a 62 and Gabby Weishaar shot a 72.

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FRIDAY PREP ROUNDUP: Dieterich baseball beats CHBC; Newton football falls to Sullivan | local sports https://robins-island.org/friday-prep-roundup-dieterich-baseball-beats-chbc-newton-football-falls-to-sullivan-local-sports/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 03:03:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/friday-prep-roundup-dieterich-baseball-beats-chbc-newton-football-falls-to-sullivan-local-sports/ BASEBALL Dieterich 14, Cowden-Herrick Beecher City 4 Dieterich beat Cowden-Herrick Beecher City, 14-4, on Friday. The Movin’ Maroons scored two runs in the first, one in the second, eight in the third and three in the fourth. Pete Britton hit a single and a double and had three RBIs for Dieterich (3-1, 2-1 National Trail […]]]>

BASEBALL

Dieterich 14, Cowden-Herrick Beecher City 4

Dieterich beat Cowden-Herrick Beecher City, 14-4, on Friday.

The Movin’ Maroons scored two runs in the first, one in the second, eight in the third and three in the fourth.

Pete Britton hit a single and a double and had three RBIs for Dieterich (3-1, 2-1 National Trail Conference). Andrew Hall hit a single and a double and had two RBIs. Sam Hardiek hit a single and had two RBIs. Dane Curry hit a single. Lucas Westendorf hit a single. Jaxon Funneman singled and had an RBI. Garrett Niebrugge had an RBI and Mason Lidy had one.

Westendorf and Hall pitched for the Movin’ Maroons. Westendorf pitched 4 2/3 innings and allowed one hit, four earned runs and eight walks with five strikeouts; Hall pitched 1/3 inning and allowed a hit.

As for the Bobcats, they scored one in the third and three in the fifth.

Drake Davis hit a single and had an RBI for CHBC (0-3, 0-2 National Trail Conference). Conner Nowitzke hit a single. Clayton Wojcik had an RBI and Jacob Doty had one.

Doty and Layne Jones pitched for the Bobcats. Doty pitched two innings and allowed four hits, seven earned runs and four walks with one strikeout; Jones pitched two innings and allowed four hits, three earned runs and three walks with one strikeout.

Saint-Antoine 11, Neoga 0

St. Anthony beat Neoga, 11-0, on Friday.

The Bulldogs scored one in first, one in third, two in fifth, four in sixth and three in seventh.

Eli Levitt hit a single, a double and a homer and had three RBIs for St. Anthony (8-0, 2-0 National Trail Conference). Beau Adams hit a single and a double and had an RBI. Elliot Frisbie doubled and had two RBIs. Brock Fearday singled and had an RBI. Will Hoene doubled and had an RBI. JC Trupaino singled and had two RBIs, and Brock Jansen singled.

Aiden Lauritzen and Henry Brent pitched for the Bulldogs. Lauritzen pitched 5 1/3 innings and allowed four hits and two walks with five strikeouts; Brent pitched 1 2/3 innings and allowed one hit and one walk with two strikeouts.

As for the Indians (1-2, 1-2 National Trail Conference), Brady Reynolds, Ryan Koester, Malachi Staszak and Micah Staszak all hit singles.

Bryar Hennesay, Quintin Richards, Kaden Will and Carter Young pitched for Neoga. Hennesay pitched four innings and allowed three hits, two earned runs and two walks with two strikeouts; Richards pitched an inning and allowed three hits, four earned runs and one walk; Will pitched 2/3 of an inning and allowed three hits, two earned runs and a walk, and Young pitched 1 1/3 innings and allowed two hits, no earned runs and a walk. balls with a strikeout.

Centre-Sud 8, Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg 4

South Central beat Windsor Stewardson-Strasburg, 8-4, on Friday.

The Cougars scored three runs in first, one in second, one in fifth and three in sixth. Ethan Watwood hit two singles and a home run and hit four homers for South Central (4-1, 2-0 National Trail Conference). Anthony Buonaura hit a single and a double and had two RBIs. Andrew Magnus hit a single and a double. Calaway Smith hit a single and a double and had two RBIs. Chase Thompson doubled and Maddox Robb singled.

As for the Hatchets, they scored one in first, one in second and two in sixth.

Kendall Morris scored twice for WSS (2-1, 1-1 National Trail Conference). Jackson Gurgel hit a single. Connor Manhart singled and had two RBIs. Ben Bridges hit a single and Carter Chaney had an RBI.

Austin Wittenberg, Chaney and Tyler Wetherell pitched for the Hatchets. Wittenberg pitched two innings and allowed six hits, three earned runs and a walk; Chaney pitched two innings and allowed two hits and two walks with three strikeouts, and Wetherell went two innings and allowed three hits, one earned run and three walks with three strikeouts.

North Clay 17, Brownstown St. Elmo 5

North Clay beat Brownstown St. Elmo, 17-5, on Friday.

The Cardinals scored one in first, three in second, four in third, four in fourth, one in sixth and four in seventh.

Alex Boose hit two singles and a double and had four RBIs for North Clay (3-0-1, 1-0 National Trail Conference). Ian Jones hit two singles and had three RBIs. Jesse Weidner hit two singles and had an RBI. Logan Fleener doubled and had two RBIs. Ayden Jones singled and had an RBI. Carder Walden singled and had an RBI. Jack Compton singled and Cody Zimdars singled and had an RBI.

Boose, Cayden Craig, Trenton Ingram, Keegan Sullens and Fleener pitched for the Cardinals.

Boose pitched 3 1/3 innings and allowed three hits, two earned runs and three walks with five strikeouts. Craig pitched 2/3 of an inning and allowed one hit, one earned run and three walks. Ingram pitched 1 1/3 innings and allowed two hits and an earned run. Sullens pitched 2/3 of an inning and allowed four hits and an earned run with one strikeout, and Fleener pitched an inning and walked one with two strikeouts.

As for the Bombers, they scored three runs in the fourth and two in the sixth.

Adam Atwood had a hit for ESB (1-3, 0-2 National Trail Conference). Wyatt Forbes had three hits and two RBIs. Cade Schaub had two hits. Wyatt Stine had two hits. Kyle Behl had a hit and an RBI. Calin Chandler had a hit and Josiah Maxey had an RBI.

SOCCER

Sullivan 33, Newton 27

Newton fell to Sullivan, 33-27, in a non-conference game Friday night.

Wade Wickham led the Eagles on the ground with 112 rushing yards on 14 carries and a touchdown.

Newton (0-1) had 292 yards rushing and 69 yards through the air.

Dawson Deitz rushed for 68 yards on 14 carries. Meyer Tarr rushed for 57 yards on nine carries and a touchdown, and Parker Wolf rushed for 32 yards on two carries and a touchdown.

As for the passing game, Max Meinhart completed 1 of 4 passes for 58 yards and a touchdown to Austin Moore, while Lain Burgener completed 1 of 1 passes for 11 yards.

While Moore caught the lone passing touchdown, Deitz led the team in the passing game, catching two passes for 11 yards. Moore had a catch for 10 yards.

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Blog: Searching through an 18-inch brick wall, Frank Casey escaped from the Cape Pokey (8/23/22) https://robins-island.org/blog-searching-through-an-18-inch-brick-wall-frank-casey-escaped-from-the-cape-pokey-8-23-22/ Tue, 23 Aug 2022 05:04:38 +0000 https://robins-island.org/blog-searching-through-an-18-inch-brick-wall-frank-casey-escaped-from-the-cape-pokey-8-23-22/ Edward F. Regenhardt built the combined fire and police headquarters for Cape Girardeau in 1909 at the northwest corner of Independence and Frederick streets. Today it houses the newly renovated River Heritage Museum. In June, curator Charlotte Slinkard and her husband, Bill, were kind enough to give me an exclusive tour of the building. The […]]]>

Edward F. Regenhardt built the combined fire and police headquarters for Cape Girardeau in 1909 at the northwest corner of Independence and Frederick streets. Today it houses the newly renovated River Heritage Museum.

In June, curator Charlotte Slinkard and her husband, Bill, were kind enough to give me an exclusive tour of the building. The tour was thorough – upstairs and downstairs, addition after addition.

I shopped around, thinking I might find evidence of the layout of the building’s interior when it opened on June 9, 1909, particularly the layout of the second floor prison. But, aside from a fire hydrant that once allowed firefighters to quickly descend from the second-floor dorms to the first floor, the only remnant I could see of the original building was a seedy cell in the basement. Newspaper clippings often refer to a “drunken tank” in the basement. They also mention that one of the leaders kept a diary of those housed in the basement cell, either sleeping after binge eating or providing brief shelter for the homeless.



The basement cell, June 1922. (Sharon Sanders ~ Southeast Missourian)

What sparked my interest in the museum was my research into escapes from the city jail from its opening in 1909 until the pokey was moved in 1959 to the former Grace Methodist Church, a block away. of houses.

Here are the escapes I found in the Southeast Missourian archives:

September 16, 1910: Two prisoners managed to fight their way to freedom overnight. One of them, a federal prisoner, escaped despite his wooden leg.

April 15, 1921: Ralph Brashear, who was being held in connection with the murder of police officer Willis Martin and for a number of thefts, escaped at 3:20 a.m. by sawing off the bolt holding the bottom hinge of the door leading to the cage, operating the bolt with his fingers, pushing the door from below and squeezing through the opening. He then walked to the front window in the southeast corner of the main hallway, where he sawed through two of the bars above the window. He folded them back and climbed through them, using a blanket as a rope to slide down to the floor. (It was revived in July 1921.)

September 20, 1925: A burglary suspect was released from an unlocked jail cell.

January 2, 1926: A 21-year-old man, arrested the same day for forged checks, escaped during the night. Taking advantage of the freedoms granted to “loyal” prisoners, the man opened a door to the “bullpen” before being locked in his cell for the night. He went down the stairs and escaped through the side door of the prison. (He was captured days later in Cairo, Illinois.)

February 22, 1926: Frank Casey escaped by digging a hole in the brick wall on the south side of the building, under a second-story window. He jumped onto the pediment above the main entrance and from there onto the ground. (He was captured at Poplar Bluff, Missouri, in August 1926.)

October 31, 1926: A smuggler from Belleville, Illinois, who was serving time in the city jail for transporting whiskey. When his escape was discovered the following morning, the locks on his cell and “bullpen” doors were intact. There was no evidence that he had escaped through the bars above the second-story window or fought his way through the brick wall.

June 23, 1929: One of the three people detained in connection with the shooting of police officer Robert Wilson in Cape Girardeau a week earlier escaped in the evening. Immediately after the discovery of the escape, a detachment consisting of all city police and county officers, led by Chief of Police H. F. Wickham and Sheriff Nat M. Snider, scoured the town and countryside surrounding in vain.

October 15, 1930: A 25-year-old, four-time convicted thief made a daring escape, sawing through two bars above a second-floor prison cell window and gliding to freedom by means of an improvised rope made from blankets . Despite an intense manhunt throughout southeastern Missouri, he was not caught.

January 29, 1932: An hour after sawing two bars above a second story window and escaping, police captured the 30-year-old fugitive and brought him back to jail. He was escaping in a taxi, when he was picked up on South Sprigg Street by patrolman Morris Huckstep outside the Blue Hole Garden barbecue stand.


Of all these escapes, the one I find most interesting is that of Frank Casey in 1926. According to later newspaper reports, Casey’s fame was for being the first man to establish a roadhouse in Cape Girardeau County . It was located on “the Bend Road” north of Cape Girardeau. Like most Prohibition-era truck stops, Casey’s didn’t have a good reputation.

Published February 22, 1926 in southeastern Missouri:

CASEY TUNNELS THROUGH THE WALL AND Escape THE JAIL
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The owner of Roadhouse, detained on state warrant for theft, flees during the night; drills a hole in the south side of the building

Cutting a hole (measuring 18 inches, according to the Cape County Post. – Sharon) in the wall of the city jail here late Sunday evening or early this morning, Frank Casey, the only prisoner in the Bastille, escaped through the opening. Cape Girardeau police had no information as of this afternoon on the whereabouts of the escaped man.

Casey, charged with various offenses including theft, was arrested on a state warrant on Saturday and held in the Cape Girardeau City Jail pending action by state authorities.

The prisoner, who owns a roadhouse on Bend Road, according to police headquarters officials, had been left alone in the bullpen, he was the only person detained at the time.

Police Captain HF Wickham, who is in charge of the station at night, left headquarters around midnight to have lunch at a nearby restaurant and drive through town to see that no unusual problems were occurring. When he returned, having been gone less than an hour, he learned that Casey had won his freedom.

Casey had removed four layers of brick from the heavy wall beneath a second-story window of the building facing Independence Street, made an opening wide enough for his body to fit through, and crawled out. From the stone above the building’s main entrance, he probably jumped down. We don’t know what kind of tool he had to work with.



Frank Casey made a powerful leap from the top of the pediment over the entrance doors of police and fire headquarters to the sidewalk below in 1926, escaping. (Sharon Sanders ~ Southeast Missouri)


It wasn’t the Illinois native’s first brush with the law. In 1922, at the age of 33, Casey, then a resident of Anna, Illinois, was fined $200 and served 90 days in the Vermillion County Jail in Danville, Illinois by Federal Judge George W. English, after pleading guilty to unlawful possession. and the sale of alcohol. In an interesting detail, Casey asked English if he could serve his sentence in the Cairo, Illinois prison, which would have been closer to his family. However, the English refused saying, “I will not send a man to Cairo prison because I do not consider it an institution suitable for human habitation. Prisoners sentenced to longer terms in this prison often catch malaria and otherwise fall ill and then ask for clemency are made because of this ill health I will not be complicit in the inhumanity of locking up a prisoner in an unsanitary place.


On August 18, 1926, the fugitive was arrested at Ash Hill near Poplar Bluff, Missouri, on charges of jailbreak (from Cape Girardeau), burglary, theft and safe-blowing, the charges additional stemming from burglaries of the Missouri River and Good Land Station (Missouri); Frisco Railroad Station in Festus, Missouri; the Missouri Pacific station in Pevely, Missouri, and three “oil filling stations” in Festus. These arrests took place after the testimonies of several accomplices.

Casey was returned to Cape Girardeau County in November 1926, but this time he was incarcerated in Jackson County Jail. Book Z of the Cape Girardeau County Circuit Court Record – provided by Director Marybeth Niederkorn of the Cape Girardeau County Records Center – says Casey pleaded guilty to jailbreak and was sentenced to two years in the Missouri State Penitentiary on January 3, 1927. The sentence was to run until October 3, 1926, but he was released on December 2, 1927, for good behavior.

This good behavior apparently did not follow Casey on the outside, as he was again arrested during a raid on a truck stop near Benton, Missouri, in March 1928. This time he was charged with being one of three bandits who robbed the Bank of Qulin, Missouri. However, these charges were dropped in May by the prosecutor for lack of evidence.

In August of that year, Casey was again arrested in Poplar Bluff, along with another man and a woman, for violating federal narcotics laws. It was alleged that they operated a drug ring, selling cocaine and morphine from a room at the Marion Hotel. Casey pleaded guilty again in federal court in Cape Girardeau to selling narcotics. He was sentenced to four years and six months in Leavenworth Penitentiary.



River Heritage Museum, June 2022. (Sharon Sanders ~ Southeast Missourian)

Casey’s name resurfaced in southeastern Missouri on January 3, 1933, when a savage shooting occurred at a second-floor apartment at 105a Water St. Cape Girardeau police shot and killed two burglars suspected in the apartment belonging to Casey. The latter was arrested, unharmed, at the same time as a man named Edward McBee. McBee, probably in an effort to alleviate his own charges, named Casey as a member of the yegg gang that operated in Illinois and Missouri. Casey’s trial was moved from New Madrid, Missouri to a location change to Caruthersville, Missouri. He was charged with burglary and theft in connection with the burglary of the Frisco Inn, a cafe or truck stop near Morehouse, Missouri. In April 1933, he was sentenced to five years in prison.

However, by April 1936 he was back at Cape Girardeau and again in trouble. On the night of April 29, 1936, Casey, brothers Clarence “Rusty” Benson and Ruel “Happy” Benson, and sisters Evelyn Jackson and Edna Parker were arrested for theft. Southeast Missourian described the crime: “Three men and two women were in jail today, facing robbery charges, following an investigation into a heist reported Wednesday night on South Main Street of Henly K. Gentry, 47, of St. Paul, Minnesota, a man with only one leg Gentry was on crutches when two men grabbed him, threw him on his back and searched him his pockets, he told the police… He was robbed of $17 and a pocket watch….”

Once again Casey pleaded guilty and was sentenced in May 1936 to five years in prison.

Frank Casey died on March 10, 1939, at Missouri State Prison in Jefferson City of pulmonary tuberculosis at the age of 49. The body was brought back to Cape Girardeau, where it rests in an unmarked grave in Fairmount Cemetery.

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Why Moneyfields’ FA Cup trip to Wimborne Town brings up embarrassing memories for boss Glenn Turnbull https://robins-island.org/why-moneyfields-fa-cup-trip-to-wimborne-town-brings-up-embarrassing-memories-for-boss-glenn-turnbull/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 08:33:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/why-moneyfields-fa-cup-trip-to-wimborne-town-brings-up-embarrassing-memories-for-boss-glenn-turnbull/ Moneys travel to Dorset this weekend to take on Southern Leaguers Magpies for a place in the FA Cup first qualifying round. Victory would see them claim their first top division scalp in the world’s biggest club knockout competition since a 2-1 win over Gosport in 2011. Moneys management and team will arrive in Wimborne […]]]>

Moneys travel to Dorset this weekend to take on Southern Leaguers Magpies for a place in the FA Cup first qualifying round.

Victory would see them claim their first top division scalp in the world’s biggest club knockout competition since a 2-1 win over Gosport in 2011.

Moneys management and team will arrive in Wimborne on a fleet of cars on Saturday – meaning there will be no repeat of a day Turnbull has not been allowed to forget.

Current Wimborne striker Lewis Beale, left, scores for US Portsmouth against Downton in the Wessex League on his first loan spell in April 2018. Picture: Chris Moorhouse

“When I was in charge of reserves at Moneyfields, we would go to Wimborne on a Saturday,” he recalls. “It was the day Caino (Tom Cain) was supposed to make his debut.

“We had a good team – Caino, Dec Seiden Ryan Pennery, Callum Glen, George Thomas, Jocko (Cameron Scott).

“I put the wrong fuel in the minibus – I put unleaded instead of diesel – and we crashed on the M27 near Wickham.

“The players were stuck on the side of the highway. We never got there, we had to go back on a Tuesday.

“When I got back to the club later that day it was announced by the tannoy!

“We always used to go to Wimborne and Dorchester midweek, so the only game at Wimborne that was on a Saturday, we never got there!”

A familiar face in Wimborne’s line-up is striker Lewis Beale, who was twice on loan to US Portsmouth from Eastleigh in 2017/18 and 2018/19. He played a few games for Turnbull’s reserve team this past campaign.

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The Magpies also have Luke Burbidge, who scored both goals for Shaftesbury when they beat Moneys 2-1 in a Wessex League game last April.

Moneys centre-half Jack Lee has not played for a fortnight since hitting a hamstring in the FA Cup win at Bemerton.

If not deemed fit to play, Cain, Corey Heath and Harry Birmingham will likely form a three-man central defensive unit.

“It would be nice if Jack Lee was available,” Turnbull said. “The FA Cup is important, but it’s not as important as the league.

“I would rather he miss a game and then be available for the next eight, than play a game and then miss the next eight.”

Young goalkeeper Bailey Neil, just 17 years old, will certainly start what will be the biggest game of his young career.

“Bailey played three games and did very well, I see no reason to change things,” Turnbull remarked.

“Our eyes are wide open. He’s a kid and at some point he will make a mistake – the key is how he and we react when it happens. But for the moment we are 100% satisfied with him.

He added: “It’s a cliché, but we’ll have to play as well as we can, and they’ll have to have the day off.” But we played well, I’m happy with our games so far.

In Wimborne’s goal will be Tom Parker-Trott, who scored last season against Moneys in the FA Cup for AFC Stoneham with a long clearance that bounced off his counterpart Tom Price.

In central defense is former Hawks defender Jordan Rose, who has started both league games so far – a 3-1 win at home to Cinderford and a 1-0 loss last night at Exmouth.

If this weekend’s cup tie is drawn, Moneys – having given up home advantage – will have to return to New Cuthbury for the replay next Tuesday.

Win or lose, they’ll be back to negotiate the A31 roadworks next Tuesday – en route to Bournemouth Poppies in the Hampshire Senior Cup!

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Clongeen in seventh heaven as late breakout secures emphatic victory over Ballyhogue https://robins-island.org/clongeen-in-seventh-heaven-as-late-breakout-secures-emphatic-victory-over-ballyhogue/ Wed, 17 Aug 2022 01:00:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/clongeen-in-seventh-heaven-as-late-breakout-secures-emphatic-victory-over-ballyhogue/ Clongeen 7-13 Ballyhogue 1-17 LONGEEN FINISHED with incredible prowess in the scorching heat of O’Kennedy Park, New Ross on Saturday, scoring an unanswered 3-1 in the final eleven minutes to crush the persistent challenge posed by Ballyhogue in this highly enjoyable Permanent TSB Junior’ A’ final of the hurling championship. They were up 4-11 to […]]]>

Clongeen 7-13 Ballyhogue 1-17

LONGEEN FINISHED with incredible prowess in the scorching heat of O’Kennedy Park, New Ross on Saturday, scoring an unanswered 3-1 in the final eleven minutes to crush the persistent challenge posed by Ballyhogue in this highly enjoyable Permanent TSB Junior’ A’ final of the hurling championship.

They were up 4-11 to 1-16 on the final water break, with Emmet Kent and Shane Byrne continuing to trade points before one of the best goals I’ve seen in a game of this importance inspired this sensational. to end.

When a shrewd cross pass from Michael Dundon found the always dangerous Darryl Murphy in plenty of space down the right, most players in his place would have tapped a point and kept the scoreboard going.

However, Murphy already had two goals to his name and he was determined to score a hat trick. And he did it in marvelous style, blasting his way past three potential challengers before beating Niall Maher to leave Clongeen a significant step closer to the title (5-12 to 1-17).

And any lingering doubt was erased on their next attack when Jamesie Rochford earned a left wing cross from substitute Shane Kilkenny a split second before Maher and was fouled for a penalty.

Midfielder Páraic Cullen had the same killer instinct as Murphy, sending a searing drive into the left corner of the net to secure a very impressive success.

It all happened quickly for Ballyhogue after that, with the brave finalists down to 14 men in unusual circumstances.

Cian Wickham was about to be substituted when linesman Pat Kehoe alerted referee Gearóid McGrath to an ill-timed shot on Michael Dundon after a line ball under the stand, and he was duly dismissed.

It was an unfortunate conclusion for one of Ballyhogue’s best performers throughout this promising campaign, but it had no bearing on the outcome as Clongeen was already home and watered by this stadium after those goals from Murphy and Cullen.

Just for good measure, Shane Kilkenny netted the rebound for number seven after Murphy was inches away from adding his fourth on the kill, capping off a dream afternoon for the champions led by Michael Laffan.

It was a complete contrast to their last final appearance of 2020, when they underperformed on the big day and were comfortably beaten by Kilmore 1-14 0-10. Going 7-13 on their next attempt underscored the improvements made since, and they are the first club to score seven goals in winning an adult hurling championship since St. Martin’s Special Juniors in 1971.

History has repeated itself too, as Clongeen followed last year’s intermediate ‘A’ football title with this win – similar to 2008 when their last adult hurling crown (in the junior category) came a season after the one that has never been forgotten senior football’s only triumph.

Saturday’s win was particularly special for Enda Murphy, Emmet Kent and Shane Cahill, who all starred in that win over Craanford 14 years ago, while Páraic Cullen was on the panel.

The action-packed competition went off at a brisk pace from the start despite the sweltering heat, after the large crowd caused the throw-in time to be briefly delayed.

And Clongeen were in business early on as they scored within three minutes, after Emmet Kent and Cian Wickham traded points before the former provided Cullen to make it 0-2-0- 1.

Seamie Kiely crossed the square at the end of the locker room for Darryl Murphy to hit the net, and there was more to come after another exchange of points between Peter Kelly and the goalscorer.

The game was still under five minutes old when Cathal Murphy’s delivery was missed by a defender, and Jamesie Rochford capitalized on the error to extend Clongeen’s lead to 2-3 at 0-2.

They were rampant as Kent and Kiely pulled away at nine, but Enda and Ronan Minogue (free) did their best to settle Ballyhogue with points before the fire Darryl Murphy fed Seamie Kiely for an answer.

The side relegated from the junior category last year almost got the goal they needed in the eleventh minute, after a hasty clearance from Clongeen’s Ricky Rochford was intercepted.

However, Liam Doyle’s weak drive was halted on the line by full-back Enda Murphy, and they had to settle for a point from Ronan Minogue instead (2-6 to 0-5).

David Hennebry picked up another point for the Enniscorthy District team but they were hit hard once again when a Shane Doyle strike failed and was cleared by Ricky Rochford.

Seamie Kiely hung on on the break and fed Darryl Murphy for his well-worked second goal, leaving Clongeen clear 3-6 at 0-6 before Ronan Minogue netted another point before the water break.

The chance to regroup was fully used by Ballyhogue, as Cian Wickham pointed out when the action resumed before their goal arrived. Liam Doyle delivered the ball from the square and Dylan Dalton was on hand to knock it down from close range, closing the gap to a much more manageable 3-6 to 1-8.

David Hennebry continued his charge with a point after Páraic Cullen converted a free kick at the other end, but there was another twist in this rapidly changing game of fortune.

After a break point from Darryl Murphy, a long delivery from captain Shane Cahill went all the way to the net as the presence of Jamesie Rochford around the square provided the necessary distraction (4-8 to 1-9).

There was a strong response from Ballyhogue, hitting the final three free twos from Ronan Minogue – the second of which jumped off after bouncing off the square – and captain and midfielder Graham Parker.

However, even though they didn’t let up until the end, Clongeen outscored them 3-5 at 0-5 after the break so there were no complaints from the losers.

The first four points of the reboot were shared, with Parker (free) and Ronan Minogue (’65) earning scores that elicited responses from Páraic Cullen (free and play).

Parker and Minogue (free) kept the pressure on, and Clongeen still had a long way to go even after Cathal Murphy scored the final point before the water break (4-11 to 1-16).

Bringing the experienced Emmet Kent into midfield certainly proved a wise move, and he scored a point on the restart before Ballyhogue replacement Shane Byrne fought back.

However, that flurry of goals was imminent, with Murphy, Cullen and Kilkenny tasked with hammering the final nails into their rivals’ coffin after a top-notch game.

Clongin: Ricky Rocheford; Paudie Cahill, Enda Murphy, Jamie Keating; Ger Foxe, Shane Cahill (captain, 1-0), Peter Anthony Wall; Páraic Cullen (1-5, 1-0 pen., 0-3 free), Danny O’Grady; Darryl Murphy (3-2), Seamie Kiely (0-2), Michael Dundon; Jamesie Rochford (1-0), Emmet Kent (0-3), Cathal Murphy (0-1). Subs. – Shane Kilkenny (1-0) for Wall (43), Stephen Dundon for J. Rochford, inj. (51), Cian Murphy-Kehoe for C. Murphy (58), Donal Whelan for Foxe (60), also Cian O’Grady, Robbie Rochford, Patrick Finn, Marty Reville, Adam Ryan, Patrick Whelan.

Ballyhog: Niall Maher; Eddie Galavan, Sean Rochford, Colm Parnell; Shane Doyle, James Parle, Eamon Doyle; Graham Parker (captain, 0-3, 1 free), Enda Minogue (0-1); David Hennebry (0-2), Dylan Dalton (1-0), Cian Wickham (0-2); Ronan Minogue (0-7, 4 francs, 1’65), Peter Kelly (0-1), Liam Doyle. Subs. – Liam Rossiter for E. Doyle, inj. (22), Shane Byrne (0-1) for Dalton (39), Noel Roche for Kelly (47), also Conor Byrne, Murt Levingstone, Shane Roche, Seán Ring, Tadhg Malone, Mick Parker, Cian Rochford, Ronan Byrne, Cian Rodgers, Conor Dawson, Tobias Redmond.

Arbitrator: Gearoid McGrath (St. James’).

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Sanditon Season 2 Episode 3 Recap: Charlotte Heywood’s Love Triangle https://robins-island.org/sanditon-season-2-episode-3-recap-charlotte-heywoods-love-triangle/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/sanditon-season-2-episode-3-recap-charlotte-heywoods-love-triangle/ The Sanditon Season 2 Episode 3 ending included a big reveal about our heroine’s two potential love interests this season – plus a romantic hot air balloon ride over Sanditon Beach. The episode focused on the annual midsummer fair, with Tom Parker (played by Kris Marshall in the Sanditon cast) desperate to get an elephant […]]]>

The Sanditon Season 2 Episode 3 ending included a big reveal about our heroine’s two potential love interests this season – plus a romantic hot air balloon ride over Sanditon Beach.

The episode focused on the annual midsummer fair, with Tom Parker (played by Kris Marshall in the Sanditon cast) desperate to get an elephant as a star attraction to lure visitors.

However, when a rival city outbids Tom, Colonel Francis Lennox (Tom Weston-Jones) comes to the rescue with the loan of a hot air balloon from his regiment and, much to Lennox’s delight, our heroine Charlotte (Rose Williams) was the first brave enough to fly alongside her.

Elsewhere, Esther (Charlotte Spencer) was left alone at Sanditon House with deceitful Clara Brereton (Lily Sacofsky) while servants and Lady Denham (Anne Reid) attended the fair – and unfortunately Clara immediately gave birth after they left, forcing Esther (who had trouble conceiving) to help deliver the child from her enemy.

At the end of the episode, Charlotte revealed to Lennox that she had finally warmed up to her difficult employer, Mr. Colbourne – prompting a seemingly jealous Lennox to reveal a dark connection between him and Colbourne.

Who are Charlotte Heywood’s loves in Sanditon season 2?

Ben Lloyd-Hughes as Alexander Colbourne in Sanditon Joss Barrat

At the end of episode 3 of season 2 of Sanditon, Col. Francis Lennox warned Charlotte about her widowed employer Alexander Colbourne (Ben Lloyd-Hughes), the guardian of his two young proteges.

Colonel Lennox claimed Mr Colbourne ‘stole’ the love of his life, Lucy, from him before ‘destroying’ her – and we know Colbourne’s late wife, the same Lucy, died under mysterious circumstances .

Lennox also claimed that Charlotte was very similar in character to Lucy, implying that both men would find Charlotte equally attractive.

Rose Williams as Charlotte Heywood wearing blankets in Sanditon

Rose Williams as Charlotte Heywood in Sanditon Joss Barrat

Can we trust Colonel Lennox? At the start of Sanditon season 2, the charming soldier seemed the obvious choice for Charlotte, but the seeds of doubt are already sown after Lennox failed to repay his town creditors and also pressured Tom Parker. so that he plays a large sum at the end. of the episode.

Could Colonel Lennox portray the season’s deceitful “Mr. Wickham” figure, while Mr. Colbourne – both prickly and proud, but clearly warming up to Charlotte – portrays the character of “Mr. Darcy “?

Additionally, Sanditon also sets up a Cyrano de Bergerac-esque storyline for Charlotte’s younger sister, Alison (Rosie Graham), with the brave but battle-scarred Captain Fraser overshadowed by the handsome Captain Carter, who uses the poems of Fraser. and war stories to woo Alison into passing off as her own.

Sanditon Season 2 airs weekly on ITV on Fridays, with all episodes on BritBox in the UK – you can sign up for a free 7-day BritBox trial here. Take a look at the rest of our drama coverage or find out what else is on with our TV guide.

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Oswego County Police Public Registry | Oswego County https://robins-island.org/oswego-county-police-public-registry-oswego-county/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 04:15:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/oswego-county-police-public-registry-oswego-county/ Oswego County Police blotter for August 5. Oswego County Sheriff’s Department: Julian B. Aguzar, 36, of 93 Rathburn Rd., Granby, second degree harassment, resisting arrest, July 15, arraigned in PAB court and held at Oswego County Correctional Facility in under an arrest warrant issued by Galveston County, Texas. William L. Davis, 61, of 4519 County […]]]>

Oswego County Police blotter for August 5.

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