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Local Sports Roundup -- 4/29/10
High School Baseball

Galesburg (14-9) scored seven runs in the first inning and smacked five home runs in an 18-8 non-conference victory at Peoria Richwoods

Monmouth-Roseville defeated Knoxville 17-6

ROWVA downed Princeville 11-7. The Tigers are now 12-0 in Lincoln Trail Conference play and 18-3 overall.

United beat Annawan-Wethersfield 17-6

Galva-Williamsfield won a slugfest against Midland 18-12

Midwest Central beat Lewistown 9-5

Macomb downed Farmington 18-2

West Hancock beat South Fulton 12-2

High School Softball

Galesburg split a Western Big Six doubleheader against Quincy. The Silver Streaks (8-10, 1-5) won the first game 3-0 on a five-hit shutout by Jessica Davison, who struck out six. Kelsey McKillip had two hits. Sydney Edwards and Amber Fields each drove in a run in the victory. Quincy won the second game 2-0, holding Galesburg to just one hit - by Katie Van Hootegem.

Abingdon beat Illini Bluffs 4-2

Princeville edged ROWVA 3-2

United crushed Annawan/Wethersfield 23-1

Bushnell-Prairie City/Avon defeated Rushville-Industry 18-5

Lewistown got by South Fulton 6-4

Farmington blanked Macomb 15-0

Canton beast East Peoria 5-3

College Sports


Carl Sandburg College lost a baseball slugfest against Moraine Valley 20-17 in the first game of a doubleheader.

The Chargers trailed by 10 runs in the third inning before fighting to get back in the game. CSC had 23 hits, including eight players with at least two and eight who drove in runs.

The second game ended in a tie at 14-14 because of darkness after five innings. CSC banged out 14 more hits in the finale and used five pitchers on the day.


Knox College is first and Monmouth College is second after the first day of the Midwest Conference Men's Golf Championship. The Prairie Fire lead is by one stroke. Carroll College is third, 12 shots off the pace. Individually, Knox College's Jamie Jang and Monmouth's Rodney Clayton finished the first day tied for the lead.
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