Allie Dunn JR CAM***
Zoie Bowman SO Meridian***
Ashtyn Clark SR Tuscola***
Isabelle Shelmadine SR Tuscola***
Brooke Friesner SR CAM
Olivia Sanders SR Clinton
Jesse Damery SO Meridian
Peyton Latham SO Meridian
Joselyn Lewis SO Shelbyville
Jada Wilson JR W-Latham
Mikayla Denton SO CAM
Savanah Clifton FR Clinton
Anna Enlow FR Meridian
Abby Robinson SO St. Teresa
Savanah Marty SR Shelbyville
Gwen Diepholz SO Sullivan
Alexis Koester SR Tuscola
Ashton Smith JR Tuscola
Jackie Watson JR Tuscola
Jaycie Edwards SO W-Latham
Morgan Nelson SR W-Latham
Channing Reed SO CAM
Allison Schuricht SO Shelbyville
Sydney Trainor SR Shelbyville
Irie Dulin JR Sullivan
Madison Wall SR Sullivan
Allison Clark JR Tuscola
Claire Ring JR Tuscola
Kendyl Ring FR Tuscola
Baylee Closs SR W-Lathem
St. Teresa 0-13
*** Denotes unanimous selection. ** Co-Champions
The Chicago White Sox placed infielder Matt Davidson on the 10-day disabled list because of back spasms.
Davidson is batting .243 with a team-high 11 home runs and 28 RBIs in 42 games.
Davidson, who hasn't played since May 22, has started 27 games at designated hitter with eight at third base and five at first. The move is retroactive to May 25.
The White Sox purchased the contract of infielder Matt Skole from Triple-A Charlotte. He started at first base Monday while Jose Abreu was the DH.
Right-hander Ricardo Pinto was designated for assignment. Chicago began a three-game series against the Cleveland Indians.
Chicago White Sox catcher Welington Castillo has been suspended for 80 games by Major League Baseball following a positive test for a performance-enhancing substance.
The commissioner's office said Thursday he tested positive for EPO. Erythropoietin is a hormone that stimulates the red blood cell production and often has turned up in the test results for cyclists.
He is the eighth player suspended this year under the major league drug-testing program.
In a game heard on WHOW, the Clinton Lady Maroons fell to the Rochester Lady Rockets by a score of 3-0 on Tuesday afternoon. Olivia Sanders takes the loss pitching 6 innings, allowing 3 runs on 7 hits, allowing one walk, and striking out 12. The Lady Maroons were led at the plate by Amanda Tool who went 2 for 3 with 2 singles.
Rochester was led by Reagan Miles going 2 for 3 with a home run, a double, and 3 RBIs. Miles takes the win pitching 7 innings allowing 5 hits on 0 runs and 14 strikeouts.
Rochester improves to 21-12 and the Lady Maroons end the season 11-19.
The Clinton Maroons fell to Rantoul by a score of 5-3 on Monday afternoon at Rantoul. Jake Wade takes the loss allowing 4 runs on 6 hits and walking none. Parker West as 2 for 4 at bat.
For Rantoul, Adam Crites take the win allowing 2 runs on 4 hits, striking out 10, and walking 2. Nolan Riddle went 2 for 3 with a double and John Frerichs hit a triple.
With the loss, Clinton goes to 9-10 and Rantoul's record is 15-9.
Clinton plays against Paris at home on Wednesday, May 16, at 5:30 pm.
Seven runs in the bottom of the sixth inning propelled Monticello past Danville for another 10-run win, 16-6 Wednesday afternoon in non-conference boys baseball action from Monticello High School.
The Sages drew seven walks in the seven-run inning as the race was on to get the game complete before a round of severe storms rolled into Monticello.
Mitch Carr hit a two-run home run in the first inning. Luke Stokowski jumped missed a home run before Carr and settled for a run-scoring triple off the center field fence.
The Sages jumped out to 5-0 lead after the first.
In the top of the third, the Vikings loaded the bases with two outs and a routine ground ball to second base took a bad hop over the head of Brody Macak and three runs would score on the play.
The Sages would tack on two more in the bottom half of the inning after three straight walks to start the inning. Brock Wade walked in a run and Brett Macak hit a sac-fly to center field to make it 7-3.
The Sages tacked on another two in the fourth.
Alek Bundy, Stokowski and Carr each scored three runs.
Jeff Wileaver reached base four times with a single, double and two walks. Wileaver also scored twice.
The Macak brothers each walked twice and scored twice.
Cam Wittig capped the Sages five-run first inning with a two-run double.
Illinois football commit, Caleb Griffin, reached base three times and scored twice. He reached base all three times on infield bunt singles. He finished 3-for-4 to lead the Vikings offense. Logan Spicer had a two-run single in the third and Cayden Spires hit a home run to start the sixth inning and singled and scored in the third inning. He finished 2-for-3.
Each team hit into a double play.
The Sages are 23-3 overall. Danville drops to 8-10.
Taylor Wunderlich allowed four base runners across seven shutout innings, Delaney Hilderbrandt hit a two-run home run and Monticello beat Mahomet-Seymour 7-0 in non-conference girls softball action Tuesday afternoon from Monticello High School.
The Lady Sages used a big four-run fourth inning to push a 1-0 lead to 5-0 and Hilderbrandt’s two-run shot to left in the sixth inning pushed the margin to 7-0 and capped a 3-for-4 afternoon on Senior Day.
Wunderlich struck out seven and allowed two hits and two walks.
The Lady Sages are 13-10 overall on the season.
In a game heard on WHOW, the Clinton Lady Maroons fell to the Meridian Lady Hawks by a score of 1-0 on Tuesday evening. The Country Financial representative Brad James Maroons Player of the Game Olivia Sanders takes the loss, allowing 1 run on 5 hits, and striking out 6 while walking 2. At the plate, Mackenzie Armstrong was 1 for 3 and Destiny Schlesinger was 1 for 3.
For Meridian, Peyton Latham takes the win, pitching for 7 innings, allowing 0 runs on 2 hits, striking out 2, walking 0. Latham lead the Lady Hawks at the plate 1 for 2 with an RBI.
With the loss, the Maroons fall to 5-15 overall and 3-6 in CIC play. Meridian with the win improve to 18-4 on the season and 10-2 in conference action.
The Lady Maroons' next broadcast is May 19 as the take on U-High. Tune in Wednesday, May 9, as the Maroons take on Monticello. You can hear the game live on the Big 1520 AM/92.3 FM WHOW, 95.9 FM WEZC, online at dewittdailynews.com, and on the WHOW app.
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