Monthly Archives: October 2015

Class 1 District 10 announces 2015 All-District softball team

It was pretty clear-cut that Cairo and Sturgeon were the top-two teams in this district, as you’ll see below with the All-District list. Even though Cairo won the district, Sturgeon had the most All-District recipients with five players. Harrisburg had … Continue reading

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2015 Lewis & Clark Conference football All-Conference team

The Lewis & Clark Conference released its All-Conference football team for the 2015 season earlier today. There aren’t too many surprises on this list that I came across. There were six total unanimous selections, and most of them were pretty … Continue reading

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2015 Class 1 District 9 softball All-District team

Since I’ve come to Fayette, the Lady Falcons have had a maximum of four players receive postseason honors in a single season in softball. This year, it’s six. And rightly so. Reaching the championship game of the district tournament does … Continue reading

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2015 Lewis & Clark Conference softball All-Conference team

Usually the conference champion claims the most All-Conference players — particularly on the first team — but I think we can agree that Salisbury is a legitimate exception to that unwritten rule this year. Salisbury claimed five of the top-15 … Continue reading

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2015 Central Activities Conference softball All-Conference team

It seems like months ago, but I remember sitting in New Franklin, watching the Lady Bulldogs nearly win the conference title this fall. Literally, New Franklin was one out from beating Cairo to claim first place in the CAC, but … Continue reading

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2015 Central Activities Conference baseball All-Conference team

Sturgeon won the Central Activities Conference championship this fall. As a result, the Bulldogs tied for having the most All-Conference players with five, including four first-teamers. New Franklin had four All-Conference players, all landing on the first team. Glasgow went … Continue reading

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