Knights, Timberwolves Place in LOVC Golf Tourney

•September 30, 2015•

The LOVC conference golf tournament at the Kaskaskia Country Club in Arcola was Saturday, Sept 26 with Decatur LSA shooting 315 for team lead followed by Arcola/Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hamond with 317 and Okaw Valley 345.

Arcola/ALAH golfer Clayton Miller was conference champion shooting two over par with a 72. He was followed by LSA teammates Dylan Ground and Mitch Creamer shooting 73 apiece for the runner-up spot.

Blake Lindenmeyer of the Arcola/ALAH team shot a 76 for fourth with Shandon Herschberger tallying a 77 for fifth.

Bailey Conner of Arcola/ALAH was girls champion with a 99.

Oblong was fourth in team play with a 357; Tri-County scored a 370 for fifth with Villa Grove rounding out the field with a 449. Read More

Sullivan Golfers Take Second at Iron Horse

•September 30, 2015•

Sullivan golfers played at Iron Horse in Tuscola Sept. 24 with Monticello posting the low team score of 171.

Sullivan finished with a 182 followed by Tuscola at 186 and St. Teresa shooting a 203.

Sullivan is now 17-5, and 11-0 in the CIC conference.

There were no team scores for the Lady Redskin golfers. Brooke Tuttle shot a 48; Tatum Ellis a 52 and Irie Dulin a 63. Read More

Hawks Edge Past Redskins Volleyball Team

•September 30, 2015•

Meridan edged out the Redskin volleyball team at home on Sept. 24. The varsity Sullivan team scored 28-26 in the first game but lost 21-25 and 20-25 in the next two.

“Tonight the Sullivan Redskins came out strong, fought hard in the first game and pulled out a win,” coach Krista Smith said.

“The team had a few mental errors but stayed strong as a team in the second and third,” she continued. “Abby Elzy provided some great aces, and Chloe Riley had several outstanding hits and well-timed plays at the net.” Read More

Road Win for Okaw Valley

•September 30, 2015•

Okaw Valley’s volleyball team traveled to Ramsey Sept 22 and came home with a win.

Okaw Valley started off with a 25-20 win over the home team and followed up with a 25-17 match win. This brings the Okaw Valley team’s record to 9-5-0. Read More

Redskins Win Over Marshall at Arcola

•September 30, 2015•

The Redskins volleyball team played at the Arcola Invitational Tournament Saturday, Sept 26.

The team earned their first win against Marshall in the first match of the day. The Redskins looked their best in the third game of this match against Marshall. They earned the win with great energy and 100% teamwork. In the next match, they lost to Tri-County in two and gave Arcola a good run in the third match-- going three games.

“If the Redskins had pulled out a win in the match against Arcola, they would have been in the championship match; instead they played Altamont later in the day and lost in two,” coach Krista Smith said. Read More

ALAH Celebrates Homecoming With Styles

•September 30, 2015•

Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond high school students are spending this week celebrating homecoming. It’s a week that ends with the a dance on Saturday, Oct. 3 with the coronation ceremony at 9 p.m.

Friday starts with red, gold and black styles showing team support. By 10:30 a.m. students will be participating in the homecoming games. Parade lineup begins at 1:15 p.m. Oct. 2 with the parade in Arthur kicking off at 2 p.m.

Coronation practice follows the parade in the old gym, all leading up to the 7 p.m. football game between the Cerro Gordo Broncos and ALAH Knights. Read More

ALAH Wins Over LSA

•September 30, 2015•

Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond Knights volleyball team travelled to Decatur Lutheran School Association (LSA) Sept. 24 winning both games 25-17 and 25-19. This brings the varsity Knight record to 8-5 and 1-0 in conference play.

The Knights action included Makayla Brown with one kill; Chelsey Chupp one kill and one dig; Hannah Leal provided one kill and three digs. Read More

Knight Volleyball Competes in Arcola Tournament

•September 30, 2015•

The Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond Knights traveled to the Arcola Invitational Saturday, Sept 26 placing fifth. The volleyball team has a 9-7 overall record and is 1-0 in the conference.

The Knights first faced Central A&M who won 13-25 and 20-25. In the second match Robinson dominated 17-25 and 26-28.

By the third round ALAH Knights were on their game beating Altamont 25-13 and 25-23. The ALAH team took the match with Tri-County 25-18 and 25-23. Read More