Surprise, Surprise, SOV Girls Will Take a Ride

Submitted Pictured are those SOV athletes that competed at the Pana sectional last Thursday. Front row, Emily Neuhauser; second row, from left to right, Cadisen Nuzzo, Alyssa Marshall, Carlin Nuzzo,  Amanda McClain, Mollie Bowman, Karley Hamm, and Jasmine Miller; third row: Rachel Stutzman, Ashlynd Risley, Mackenzie Mosier, coach Kali Taylor, Caity Ohm, Megan Dash, and Brooke Mitchell.

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Pictured are those SOV athletes that competed at the Pana sectional last Thursday. Front row, Emily Neuhauser; second row, from left to right, Cadisen Nuzzo, Alyssa Marshall, Carlin Nuzzo, Amanda McClain, Mollie Bowman, Karley Hamm, and Jasmine Miller; third row: Rachel Stutzman, Ashlynd Risley, Mackenzie Mosier, coach Kali Taylor, Caity Ohm, Megan Dash, and Brooke Mitchell.

Charleston the destination Thursday and hopefully Saturday

by Keith Stewart
keith@newsprogress.com

No one should be guilty of disbelief here. Many if not most felt from the beginning of this year’s girls’ track season that Sullivan-Okay Valley would be sending, once again, a solid share to Charleston this coming weekend for the state track meet.

They didn’t disappoint.

Competing at the Pana sectional last Thursday, SOV took third place behind Decatur St. Teresa and Central A&M, marking it the third straight year of the top three finish.

And with it is the stamped ticket for five girls in seven events to Eastern Illinois University later this week.

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