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FARMER CITY — Gibson City resident Kevin Weaver gained his 300th career late model feature victory Friday.
He did so with a first-place finish at the Farmer City Raceway, beating second- and third-place finishers McKay Wenger and Scott Bull, respectively.
WEDNESDAY, July 1
MONTICELLO MARLINS 350, PAXTON AQUATIC WILDCATS 190
Boys team scores
Monticello 158, Paxton 112
Girls team scores
Monticello 192, Paxton 78
100-meter medley relay
BUCKLEY – The Buckley Dutchmasters’ offense produced in a big way last weekend.
On Sunday, the Dutchmasters combined for 21 runs en route to a 10-3 win in game one and an 11-1 triumph in game two.
PAXTON – What a difference a week makes.
WATSEKA – The Buckley Dutchmasters won both games of a Saturday doubleheader against the Watseka Angels, each by a score of 11-0.
In game one, the Dutchmasters scored one run in the first and second innings each before a six-run outburst in the third inning. Buckley added three runs in the fifth inning and produced nine hits while allowing only two hits defensively.
GREENVILLE – The Ford-Iroquois Indians Post #432 baseball team lost 7-0 Saturday to Mattoon Red in the Greenville Tourney.
Payton Stiers collected two of the Indians’ five hits.
Cole Eshleman struck out two batters in five innings pitched for the Indians (10-4). Logan Davis pitched two innings as he fanned one batter as the two pitchers gave up a combined seven runs on 14 hits.
GREENVILLE – The Ford-Iroquois Indians Post #432 baseball team won 6-0 Saturday over Highland in the Greenville Tourney.
Andrew Zenner pitched a complete game, striking out two batters and allowing no runs on two hits.
Jaxson Coplea and Logan Davis each had two hits and drove in two runs. Dalton Coplea also produced two hits and Zenner recorded an RBI.
GREENVILLE – The Ford-Iroquois Indians Post #432 baseball team won its first two games at the Greenville Tourney on Friday.
The Indians first defeated Mattoon Red 4-0.
Payton Stiers pitched a complete-game shutout, striking out three batters while allowing three hits.