Friday, April 17th

Baseball

Pleasant Plains 11
Routt 0
FINAL


Riverton 8
Lanphier 2
FINAL
 

Top Stories
The Black team led by Rochester's Laryn Sapetti and Sydney Lett was able to defeat the Gold team that was coached by Athens' head coach Jay Heriford. 
Springfield's Obediah Church stole the show by throwing down a dozen "Big Nasty" caliber dunks as Lincoln's Gavin Block finally was able to prove he can dunk in a real game. Kind of...
We had the camera rolling and the microphone on when the Cardinals head coach addressed his team after they picked up an 11-1 win over Routt, securing the 600th career victory for Greer in 26 seasons.
This time the Cardinals wouldn't be denied.  A day after blowing a two-run, 7th inning lead, Plains scored early and exploded late for an 11-0 win, securing win #600 for their head coach.

 
For years, Alexis and Lunden Henry were basically just known as "The Twins".  Fast forward a couple of years and it's evident that their tight bond hasn't kept either from making a name for just themselves.
Olivia Carter tossed a complete game as the Cardinals downed the Hawks 6-4. With the victory, the Cardinals move to 6-3 on the season and stay undefeated in Sangamo play.
 
Top Features
Williamsville goalie Cate Buescher, aka Ketchup Head, shows us the A-Stomp as she connects her double chin to her dimples, and she does it all while taking shots at every sorority girl that's ever lived. It's hard to explain. You just have to watch...
 
Hat tricks, game winners and comebacks from deficits that you're not supposed to come back from. All of that an more in this week's #PTP candidate list. 
Broken records, broken bones, and nearly broken faces all make the cut in this week's POTW. The top 5 includes plays from former area standouts Wes Lunt, Malik Turner and Zach Grant, as well as a record breaking high jump from Jamari Drake. 
We've got web gems from Glenwood vs. SHG, Kelly Graves sends a girl flying through the air without ever touching her and we watch Kenzie Trees crash into a fence as many times as Big Nasty regulations allow for this week. 
SHG's Ashton Dyche and her little buddy return for an impromptu interview, Riverton's Morgan Heckman is ready for a BBQ at the Cuffle house, and Williamsville's Farah Abu-Tayeh wants her name pronounced correctly... If she could remember it.

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