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Nov 3, 2016

Jersey's Ben Flowers runs away from field, Panthers advance to sectional

Class 1A Freeburg Regional at Smithton Community Park in Smithton. The host Midgets won the team title with 18 points, followed by Breese Mater Dei (65), the Shells (98), Columbia (137), the Oilers (150), Trenton Wesclin (172) and New Athens (188) to round out the advancing teams. Belleville Althoff (233), MEL-Madison (238), Breese Central (249), McGivney Catholic (319), Dupo (355) and Marquette Catholic (402) were eliminated as teams, but the Knights did have one runner advance as an individual. James Henseler led the Shells with a 12th-place finish (17:08), with Brandon Isom taking 16th (17:21), Dakota Sumpf 18th (17:25), Cree Stumpf 20th (17:32) and Will Cotter 32nd (18:28) to round out the scoring; Gage Robinette took 56th (19:21) and Jazz Richardson 65th (19:39). For the Oilers, Brendan Springman led the team with a 23rd-place finish (18:02), followed by Jake Roustio in 26th (18:19), Ryne White in 28th (18:22), Chase Wallendorf in 34th (18:30) and Andrew Noack in 39th (18:39) to finish the scoring; Jacob Mustain finished 46th (19:00) and Ausin Brimer took 78th (20:20). MEL-Madison's Javon Watkins qualified for the sectional with an eight-place finish, covering the course in 16:53; following Watkins was Darion Brooks (38th in 18:36), Joshua Jacobson (55th in 19:11), Jonah Wilson (60th in 19:23) and Nathaniel Perry (87th in 21:04) to round out the scoring for the Knights; Eli Harding took 89th in 21:36 and Ian Key finished 102nd in 24:53. For the Griffins, Daniel Jones led the way with a 43rd-place finish in 18:53; Zachary Brasel was 59th in 19:22, Elijah Burns was 65th in 19:33, Derek Shearer finished 81st in 20:18 and Franklin McClimans rounded out the scoring with a 84th-place finish in 20:27; also running for McGivney were Jarod Silhavy (91st in 22:26) and Jacob Kraus (92nd) in 22:32. The Explorers had Adam Sanders leading their pack with a 52nd-place finish in 19:09, with Seth Cox taking 88th in 21:27, Nick Hamm 94th in 22:45, Jaylen Bey finishing 97th in 23:21 and Jackson Dooling rounding out the scoring with a 100th-place finish in 24:07; also running for Marquette was Chris Hellrun, who took 103rd in 25:31. Freeburg runners took four of the regional's top five spots on the day; the Midgets had the individual champion in Charlie Parrish (15:42), followed by Freeburg's Corbin Schwable (16:07), Breese Mater Dei's Luke Goebel (16:26), the Midgets' Carson Smith (16:36) and Drew Wilkerson (16:36) rounding out the top five for the meet. GIRLS: Freeburg's girls took five of the top 12 places to win the team crown, scoring 33 points to defeat Breese Mater Dei, who had 42 points; the other qualifying teams were Belleville Althoff (83), New Athens (96), Roxana (125), Breese Central (199) and Dupo (200). Columbia (223) and Metro East Lutheran-Madison (225) did not advance. Marquette Catholic's freshman Riley Vickery, running as an individual (the Explorers did not have enough runners to field a team), qualified for next Saturday's MEL-Madison Sectional at SIU-Edwardsville's cross-country course with an eighth-place finish in 20:07. Michaela Tarpley led the Shells with a 14th-place finish in 20:50; Shalyn Edwards (19th in 21:09), Lette Palen (34th in 22:40), Victoria Tarpley (39th in 22:54) and Alyssa Mendoza (42nd in 23:13) rounded out the scoring for Roxana. Jaidyn Peebles (45th in 23:37) and Meg Bosse (46th in 23:38) also ran for Roxana. Kate Muravjova was MEL-Madison's top runner, finishing 41st in 22:58, with Nura Freese taking 44th in 23:35, Kate Weber taking 62nd in 26:30, Olivia Badalamenti finishing 63rd in 26:54 and Kristina Robinson 73rd in 31:23. Competing as individuals other than Vickery for Marquette, Kennedie Koetzle was 58th/...

Nov 3, 2016

PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Jersey's Flowers repeats as sectional champ

Class 1A field led by Freeburg competed for state trips to Peoria. Freeburg placed five in the top 16 to win with 42 points. Pinckneyville (108), Breese Mater Dei (122) and Steeleville (129) followed with the Roxana Shells (160) earning the fifth and final state berth. Sophomore Cree Stumpf led the Shells, placing 17th in 18:04. Seniors James Henseler (25th in 18:14), Brandon Isom (28th in 18:26), Dakota Stumpf (32nd in 18:36) and Will Cotter (58th in 19:22) completed the top five for Roxana. MEL junior Javon Watkins (14th in 17:45) and East Alton-Wood River senior Brenden Springman (16th in 17:49) qualified for state as individuals. Effingham St. Anthony Class 1A Sectional – The Carlinville Cavaliers are headed to state for the first time since 2010 after placing fourth in Effingham. Robinson won the sectional with 106 points, with St. Joseph-Ogden (113), Lawrenceville (139), Carlinville (158) and Champaign St. Thomas More (161) claiming the sectional’s five state berths. Junior Samuel Mock (26th in 17:11), sophomore Bailey Lippold (27th in 17:11), junior Jason Landon (28th in 17:15), junior Charles Helton IV (32nd in 17:23) and junior Grayson Armour (45th in 17:36) scored for Carlinville. GIRLS Edwardsville Class 3A Sectional – Edwardsville scored 100 points to place third in the team standings at SIUE and earned its fourth successive state appearance. Minooka swept the top four individual places and won the sectional with 24 points. Yorkville (36) was second, followed by Edwardsville, O’Fallon (124) and Lincoln-Way East (154) as state qualifiers. The Tigers scored sophomore Abby Schrobilgen (13th in 19:46), junior Melissa Spencer (15th in 19:56), freshman Abby Korak (20th in 20:06), senior Julianna Determan (24th in 20:25) and sophomore Jayce Hudson (32nd in 20:33). Metro East Lutheran Class 1A Sectional – Marquette Catholic freshman Riley Vickrey ran fourth in 20:09 to qualify as an individual next Saturday at Detweiller Park in Peoria. Benton freshman Amelia McLain won in 19:48. Ben Flowers Report prep results by email: [email protected] Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. comments powered by Disqus ... (Alton Telegraph)

Jan 8, 2016

Mary Hess, 91

Elizabeth Catholic Cemetery in Marine. Arrangements are being handled by Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home in Marine. She was born on July 9, 1924 in Breese to Paul and Verena (Krebs) Fischer. On Sept. 6, 1947, she married Vincent Paul Hess. He passed away on Feb. 13, 2000. Mrs. Hess grew up in both Breese and Carlyle. She attended Sacred Heart Academy School in Belleville, earning a degree in English. She taught for a year before she was married. She and her husband moved northeast of Marine, where she lived ever since. She was happy to be a farmer’s wife, taking pride in raising more than 500 chickens at one time. She was an avid reader and spent many hours helping her children and grandchildren with their education. She loved to grow flowers and talk politics and was a St. Louis Cardinals baseball fan. She was a member of St. Elizabeth Catholic Church in Marine and the church Altar Society. She was also a member of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Becker-Reding American Legion Post 702 and the Madison County Farm Bureau. Survivors include sons, Vincent P. (Carol Sue) Hess Jr. of Alhambra and Gerard W. “Jerry” (Marie) Hess of Marine; daughters, Mary E. (Stephen) Haarmann of Edwardsville and Catherine A. “Kay” (Mark) Wingate of Huntley, Ill.; grandchildren, Cory M. (Sheryl) Hess of Alhambra, Eric C. (Carissa) Hess of Edwardsville, Sasha M. (David) Keiser of Marine, Jill K. (Jim) Klostermann of Highland, Christopher J. Haarmann of Hamel, Crystal M. (Keith) Bradley of Marine, Lindsay A. (Rob) Eakin of Glen Carbon; step-grandchildren, Kelli... (Belleville News-Democrat)

Nov 1, 2015

PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Jersey's Flowers runs to first at sectional meet

Peoria. The Shells finished ahead of sixth-place DuQuoin in the race for the final team spot. Herrin won the team title with 71 points, followed by Breese Mater Dei with 81 points, Freeburg third with 127, Carterville 153 and Roxana 162. DuQuoin finished with 220 points. Shells advancing include Kyrston Scifres, who finished ninth overall with a time of 20:30. She was followed by teammates Shalyn Edwards in 21:46, Michaela Tarpley 21:57, Victoria Tarpley 22:46, Alexis Stumpf 23:14, Sarah Stover 24:05 and Jaidyn Peebles 24:23. East Alton-Wood River senior Haley Kerpan qualified for state as an individual with a time of 20:43. Kara Marton of Herrin was the individual champion in 19:37. In the boys 1A sectional at SIUE, Pinckneyville won the team title with 56 points, followed by Freeburg, Nashville, Steeleville, Benton, Mater Dei, Herrin, Sparta, Red Bud, McLeansboro, Columbia and Murphysboro. Harrison Thomas of Carterville was the individual champion. CLASS 3A The Edwardsville girls team grabbed their final spot in the team race as well. The Tigers outdistanced Lincoln-Way North 125-167 at the Normal Sectional Meet. Minooka was the team champ with 20 points, followed by Lincoln-Way Central 113, O’Falon 116, Lincoln-Way East 116 and Edwardsville. Following Lincoln-Way North were Normal, Rock Island, Joliet West, Moline, Joliet Central and Belleville East. Edwardsville runners included Maddie Miller, who was 11th overall in a time of 18:45, Rachel Schoenecker 18:55, Colleen Corkery 19:22, Kirara Delgado 19:28, Julianna Determan 19:36, Melissa Spencer 19:37 and Victoria Vegher 19:45. Reach Pete Hayes at 463-2500 or Twitter @HayeserPete ... (Alton Telegraph)

Oct 28, 2015

CROSS COUNTRY: Jersey's Ben Flowers wins 2A regional title

Marquette’s Natalie Halliday and Southwestern’s Ashley Moore. Roxanas finished third in the team race behind winner Breese Mater Dei and runner-up Freeburg, Shells finishers included Kryston Scifres second, Michaela Tarpley 14th, Victoria Tarpley 23rd, Shalyn Edwards 26th, Alexis Stumpf 32, Sarah Stover 36th and Jaidyn Peebles 38th. CLASS 2A GIRLS Civic Memorial’s Alex Singleton was 20th overall and will advance as an individual, along with Jersey’s Kiara Chapman and Kaleigh Grace. Rochester won the team title. CLASS 3A GIRLS At Edwardsville, the hosts joined their make counterparts as regional champions. O’Fallon was second, followed by Belleville East, Quincy, Belleville West, Collinsville and Alton. Edwardsville finishers included Rachel Schoenecker second, Maddie Miller third, Colleen Corkery fourth, Julianna Determan seventh, Kiara Delgado eighth, Melissa Spencer ninth and Victoria Vegher 14th. Alton’s Tayton Kuebli was 36th and will advance as an individual. Jersey junior Ben Flowers, shown in action earlier this season, was first overall at the Jacksonville Class 2A Regional Cross Country Meet on Saturday. Report prep results by email to: [email protected] ... (Alton Telegraph)