Without discussion, the Bement school board unanimously approved six cooperative sports contracts with the Cerro Gordo school district at a special meeting on April 25.
FORSYTH – All season long, the Monticello softball team was able to get the big hit when needed.That timely hitting led to another 20-win season for the Sages. But on a picturesque day Saturday in the Class 2A regional championship, the big hit never came and Monticello fell to conference ri…
The Monticello softball team scored six runs in three of the four innings they batted, swatting aside the visiting Decatur MacArthur Generals with ease 24-8 on Friday.
The Monticello softball team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday, April 7 to St. Joseph-Ogden.The Sages responded to that defeat with a win three days later.
The Blue Ridge softball team didn’t let a rough Friday effect its play Saturday as the Knights swept a double-header with Argenta-Oreana 5-0 and 4-3 the day after a 10-0 loss to Tuscola.On Saturday, Megan Tsevelekos had two hits and one RBI for Blue Ridge in the first game victory.
The Monticello softball team had been winning by large margins over its opponents early in the season. The Sages showed that once the competition cranks up, they can win the tight ball games as well.
All season long, this Monticello softball team didn't shy away from big moments.And why would it? With five seniors and a lineup chalk full of experience, the Sages had already experienced anything that could be thrown at them.Except a trip to the state tournament.
Blue Ridge scored six runs in its final two at bats Saturday to defeat Argenta-Oreana 8-5 and capture the regional softball championship at St. Thomas More High School in Champaign.