Palestine-Hutsonville's boys' track team earned a share of the Red Hill Invitational championship Wednesday, as they won eight events and scored 135 points to tie with Red Hill for first place in the six-team event.
The first home match of the season was near-perfection for Robinson High School's boys' tennis team.
Robinson rolled to another victory, blanking Newton 9-0 and winning every match in straight sets in less than ideal conditions (April 11).
" I am super proud of how we handled the wind tonight," RHS head coach Tom Buchanan said. " With 25 mph and gusts up to 35, the wind can really mess with the ball and a player's game. The ball was getting blown all over the court, but we stayed really focused and moved our feet well to get in the right position."
A close game got away from Oblong High School's baseball team late and resulted in another lopsided loss.
The Panthers were right in the game until the bottom of the fifth, when a six-run outburst sent OHS to a 12-2 loss at the hands of Heritage-Villa Grove in a Little Okaw Valley Conference Southeast Division contest (April 10).
Yet another test was passed with flying colors for Robinson High School's baseball team.
The Maroons faced their toughest challenge of the season to date Tuesday (April 9) and were able to come through with another victory, as they rallied past highly-regarded Teutopolis for a 5-3 victory in the non-conference contest.