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home : sports : sports May 24, 2016

Coach Cork honored
Coach Cork honored
Robinson High School principal Troy Hickey presents track coach Tony Cork with the new traveling trophy that renames the Robinson Invitational the Coach Cork Invitational. Cork was honored in a ceremony during the meet, as he is retiring as RHS track coach at the end of the season.


Statesmen eliminated at Region tourney
The season came to an abrupt and heartbreaking end for Lincoln Trail College's baseball team over the weekend.

The Statesmen started strong in their NJCAA Region 24 Tournament first-round series at Rend Lake, but dropped the final two games of the three-game set to bring their season to a close.


Friday, May 13, 2016


Lady Maroons finish 3rd at Sectional
Another strong performance for Robinson High School's girls' track team resulted in a handful of athletes qualifying for the state meet after their efforts at the IHSA Class 1A Altamont Sectional Friday.

The Lady Maroons had five entries - three individual and two relays - advance to state after finishing first or second in their event and Robinson totaled 80 points in the meet to finish third overall in the team standings.


Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Lady Maroons whip Lawrenceville, 15-0, to close out regular season
Runs in every inning allowed Robinson High School's softball team to finish the regular season on a positive note Friday.

The Lady Maroons scored at least once in all four of their at-bats on their way to a 15-0 whipping of Lawrenceville in Little Illini Conference play. The game was played at Lawrenceville due to wet field conditions, but Robinson was the home team.


Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Maroons drop pair over the weekend
A small break in the weather allowed Robinson High School's baseball team to get in a pair of games over the weekend, but the results were not what the Maroons were hoping for.

Robinson closed out the regular season with a pair of losses, falling 11-5 at Casey-Westfield Friday in a non-conference contest, then dropping a 7-5 decision at Lawrenceville in Little Illini Conference play.


Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Robinson boys' tennis team finishes third at Little Illini Conference Meet
All four entries for Robinson High School's boys' tennis team won at least two matches Saturday, helping the Maroons to a third-place finish at the Little Illini Conference Meet in Paris in less than ideal conditions.

"It was really bad conditions to play tennis," RHS head coach Tom Buchanan said. "Temperatures were in the 50s with 20-plus mile per hour crosswinds. The wind could move the ball two feet off its trajectory on hard-hit balls and even more on slower balls. It was a day you had to stay mentally tough and we did a good job staying focused."


Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Lady Maroons lose at Teutopolis, 16-3
One bad inning proved too much for Robinson High School's softball team to overcome Thursday.

The Lady Maroons appeared to be locked in a pitcher's duel early, but an 11-run third inning by Teutopolis put Robinson in a hole they could not climb out of on their way to a 16-3 loss.


Tuesday, May 17, 2016

PH 6th, 8th, OHS 7th, 8th at LOVC track meet
All county teams finished in the middle or toward the back of the pack Monday at the Little Okaw Valley Conference Track Meet in Arcola.


Friday, May 13, 2016

Short-handed RHS boys' tennis team loses match at Matoon, 8-1
Being short-handed proved costly for Robinson High School's boys' tennis team Tuesday.

The Maroons were without several of their regular players and it showed in the results, as they lost at Mattoon, 8-1.

"We were a little short handed tonight," RHS head coach Tom Buchanan said. "With the band and chorus concerts tonight, we were missing over half the team. However, it gave a few players a chance to get in varsity action. Lukas (Baird) and Lucas (Blunier) each played their first singles matches of the season - they are usually in the doubles lineup. It took each of them a bit to get comfortable on the singles court, but they played well. We played well at times during doubles, but could not stay consistent enough to win a set."


Friday, May 13, 2016

Lady Maroons falter late in Little Illini Conference loss at Flora, 4-3
A chance to get over the .500 mark slipped away late for Robinson High School's softball team Monday.

The Lady Maroons led nearly throughout in their Little Illini Conference game at Flora, but the home team rallied for three runs with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to send Robinson to a tough 4-3 loss.


Friday, May 13, 2016

Offense for Lady Tigers stymied in 3-0 LOVC SE loss at Cumberland
A lack of offense for Hutsonville-Palestine's softball team resulted in their six-game winning streak coming to an end Monday.

The Lady Tigers lost for the first in a couple of weeks, dropping a 3-0 decision to Cumberland in Little Okaw Valley Conference Southeast Division play. It was the second shutout loss to Cumberland for Hutsonville-Palestine, as they also lost 11-0 on April 22.


Friday, May 13, 2016

Tigers drop twinbill at Cumberland
Struggles continued for Hutsonville-Palestine's baseball team Monday.

The Tigers combined to score just four runs in their Little Okaw Valley Conference Southeast Division doubleheader, resulting in a pair of losses.

Hutsonville-Palestine dropped the first game 6-2, then lost the nightcap 11-1.


Friday, May 13, 2016


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