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Mount Carmel Daily Republican Register (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Mount Carmel, IllinoisPage 4 Friday november 30, 2007 daily Republican Register it. Carmel in sport next week s schedule the following Are the events scheduled for area Varsi athletic teams for the week of dec. 2-8. All events Are subject to weather conditions. Monday dec. 3 basketball it. Car me i High school lady aces at red Hill tuesday dec. 4 basketball chs Gollen aces Host red Hill Wabash Vauney College warriors at Danville area College wrestling chs at North Knox Frt Oay dec. 7 basketball chs hosts Vincennes wac warriors at Southeastern Illinois College classic saturday dec. 8 basketball chs lady aces at Jasper wac warriors at Southeastern Illinois College classic wac lady warriors at Parkland College wrestling chs at big eight five Way eau says Spoo will be Back for 2008 season Charleston 111. Apr Eastern Illinois football coach Bob Spoo will be on the sidelines again in 2008 for the panthers. Spoo is Eastern Illinois career Leader in wins with a record of 127-102-1 Over 20 seasons. He missed All of 2006 after having surgery for a medical condition. This season Spoo led Eastern Illinois to a third straight Mcaa pcs playoff berth with an 8-4 record. Spoo holds a 60-20 record in Ohio Valley games and those 60 conference wins tie him for second place with Tennessee tech s Don Wade. The University administration announced thursday that Spoo will continue As head freshman cagers take wins at Vincennes lady aces take win from North Posey Vincennes ind. The it. Carmel freshman basketball teams played at Vincennes thursday the Quot a Quot team played a full game and won 39-34. The Quot a Quot team played two Sec minute quarters and won 25-22. It. Carmel had a 10-7 Lead at the Quot a Quot game s Quarter but the game was tied at halftime 14-14. Vincennes led after three quarters 26-25. Marcotte had 10 for it. Carmel. Brown had 15 for Vincennes in the Quot a Quot game it. Carmel led at the Quarter 11-9. Grant had seven for it. Carmel. Alvarez had seven for Vincennes. Box scores Quot a Quot game it. Carmel 4-0-1-9 Hale 1-1-2-7 Grant 4-0-0-p Marcotte 4-0-2-10 Carpenter 2-0-1-5 totals 15-1-6-39 Vincennes Bright 2-0-0-4 Braman 0-0-1-1 Brown 3-0-3-15 Hess 1-0-0-2 Bolenbaugh 2-0-1-5 Blinn 1-0-5-7 totals 9-3-7-34 Quot a Quot game my. Carmel Witsman 0-0-0-0 Hale 1 0-2-4 Anderson 0-0-0-0 Marriott 1-1-0--5 Beau 2-0-3-7 Hayes 1-0-2-4 Marcotte 2-0-1-5 Carpenter 0-0-0-0 totals 7-1-8-25 Vincennes Alvarez 2-1-0-7 Chanley 1-1-0-5 Mccray 1-1-0-5 Weinmiller 0-0-0-0 Hancock 0-0-0-0 Goodwin 1-1-0-5 Hess 0-0-0-0 totals 5-4-0-22 Sims boys defeat new Hope the st. Mary s school boys basketball teams both claimed wins thursday from new Hope. The 8th-Grade team won 62-27, after the 7th-Grade squad claimed a 49-19 Victory st. Mary s held a 23-6 Lead at the 8th-Grade game s Quarter and was in front at halftime 34-13. St. Mary s took a 48-19 advantage into the fourth Quarter Pete Condol had 24 for st. Mary s with Alex Kieffer adding 14. Alec Draper had 14 for new Hope. It was 10-7, st. Mary sat the 7th-Grade game s Quarter and 24-14 at halftime. St. Mary s led after three quarters 39-18. Nate Jackson had 18 and Austin Thompson 12 for st. Mary s while c. Simpson had seven for new Hope. Box scores 8th-Grade game new Hope Draper 3-2-2-14 Stanley 0-0-2-2 Taylor 2-0-0-4 Gomez 1-0-0-2 Murphy 1-0-0-2 Halley 0-0-0-0 Owen 1-0-0-2 Simpson 0-0-0-0 Jolley 0-0-0-0 Dunn 0-0-0-0 Gregory 0-0-1-1 Bailey 0-0-0-0 totals 8-2-5-27 st. Mary s Condol 12-0-0-24 a. Kieffer 6-0-2-14 Deisher 2-1-0-7 Bogard 0-0-0-0 Steckler 1-0-1-3 Ritz 0-0-0-0 Mitchell 1-0�?2casaleggi, 0-0-0-0 blk la 0-0-0-0 Vargo 1-0-0-2 Jackson 1-0-0-2 Willis 2-0-0-4 c. Kieffer 2-0-0-4 totals 26-1-3-62 7th-Grade game new Hope Simpson 1-1 -2-7 Jolley 0-0-0-0 Bailey 3-0-0-6 Gregory 2-0-0-4 Owen 1-0-0-2 major 0-0-0-0 Dunn 0-0-0-0 Musselle 0-0-0- Medler 0-0-0-0 totals 7-1-2-19 st. Mary s Vargo 0-0-1-1 Jackson 9-0-0-18 Willis 2-0-2-6 c. Kieffer 1-0-0-2 n. Thompson 4-0-0-8 a. Thompson 6-0-0-12 Sievers 1-0-0-2 totals 23-0-3-49 by Bob Livingston Register sports editor it was t a thing of Beauty but the it. Carmel lady aces claimed a 58-so w in thursday night Over the North Posey lady Vikings. Quot the object of this game is to win Quot said coach tim wikis. Quot How you do it does t matter was it the Best played game no. But the kids did what they had to do to get the a Quot Quot that s Why they practice hard that s Why they work hard that s Why we coach that s Why they play Quot he added. The lady aces jumped out Early and held a 16-4 Lead after a 12-0 first Quarter run. It was 17-6 at the Quarter it. Carmel went up by As Many As 15 in the second Quarter on Sabrina Dougherty s three Pointer 27-12. A balanced North Posey attack Cut it Back to eight on two occasions the last at 1 01 on Sydney Thurman s two free throws but chs led at halftime 36-25. Both teams were in the super Bonus before the half time Buzzer. It. Carmel stayed in a Dou ble digit Lead for most of the third Quarter but As the Frame wound Down the lady Vikings Cut the margin to six 44-38, after three quarters. That was As close As North Posey would come but the game was still interesting. Down the stretch the lady aces went to the line 14 times and hit nine of the Charity tosses. That kept North Posey from gaining on the it. Carmel team. One example was Emily Williams who picked up two Quick fouls in the opening Frame and had to sit out. She got her third and fourth personal fouls in the third Quarter Quot she did t play a whole lot in the first few quarters and she s upset Quot Willis said. Quot i understand that. In the fourth Quarter when i put her Back in 1 said i need three rebounds from you and we she got five. Kids doing that those Are the special kids that make for special Quot she played Well for the time she was out there she just was t out there very Long. But when we needed her she came through for the team and that s something we can count on game in game out with Emily Quot he added. North Posey pressed full court most of the game but Willis Felt the lady aces handled it we. Staff photo by Bob Livingston Dougherty helped in Victory Sabrina Dougherty drove the left Side Baseline with 3 00 left in the third Quarter thursday night and scored on this Short shot to give the it. Carmel lady aces a 44-32 Lead. Defending for the North Posey lady Vikings were Olivia eisterhold 3 and Erin Maile 23. Quot our guards Are Good Quot he said. Quot once we get the Ball in our hands we re in pretty Good shape. We struggled getting the Ball in Bounds there in a couple of stretches. But we set up a press break strictly for what they were "1 thought Lauren Bobbitt and Jessica Schur Anonce we got the Ball in played really Well. I thought Sara Stoltz played really Well. Haley Kennard did her usual thing. Courtney Dunkel was Tough inside Quot Willis said. Quot it was just an ugly game because of the Way it was officiated. That does t make the officiating bad it was just the Way they called it. The kids and coaches have to adjust to it. Whichever team adjusts first has the Best Chance to win Quot said Willis. Bobbitt led chs with 17 while Schurman added 14. The lady warriors hit 24 of 38 free throws for 63.1 percent. Nicole Perry hit 15 and Thurman had 10 for North Posey. The lady Vikings hit six of 10 free throws for 60 percent. Bobbitt had six of it. Carmel s 25 rebounds. The lady aces turned it Over 16 times. Box scores varsity game North Posey Maile 3-0-0-6 Moore 1-0-2-4 Rynkiewich 1-0-0-2 like 1-1-0-5 Plouchard 3-0-0-6 Thurman 4-0-2-10 eisterhold 1 -0-0-2 Goedde 0-0-0-0 n. Perry 5-1-2-15 totals 19-2-6-50 it. Carmel Kennard 0-1-6-9 Schurman 2-1-7-14 Dunkel 2-1-2-9 Dougherty 1-1-0-5 Brown 0-0-0-0 Zimmer 0-0-0-0 Bobbitt 5-0-7-17 a Williams 1-0-0-2 Stoltz 0-0-2-2 totals 11-4-24-58 fouled Cut North Posey Moore. Plouchard technical foul North Posey Bench 2 Jav game to Jorth Posey n. Perry 4-0-1-9 Esche. 1-0-0-2 Goedde 2-0-0-4 Thurman 1-c-0-2 Durcholz 2-0-0-4 eisterhold 1-0-0--2 Ahrens 0-0-0-0 Garris 4-0-0-8 Mayer 1-0-0-2 k. Williams 0-0-0-0 totals 16-0-1-33 it. Carmel Saxe 0-0-0-0 Fitch 0-0-0--0 Nettleton 1-0-1-3 Belt 0-0-0-0 ral ferry 2-0-0-4 Brown 0-1-0-3 Williamson 0-0-0-0 h. Perry 0-0-0-0, Hooker 0-0-0-0 Wallbaum 1-0-0-2 totals 4-1-1-12 wac fans can get sneak preview of sic Alabama Booster beats Mcaa Scottsboro Ala. Apr a jury awarded $5 million to a former University of Alabama football Booster who claimed the Mcaa defamed him when it imposed penalties on the Crimson tide in 2002. The state court i awarded Ray Keller $3 million in punitive damages $1 million for mental anguish $500,000 for economic loss and $500,000 for damage to reputation. Keller a Timber dealer and fan whom the University severed ties with because of the probe argued that the Mcaa slandered and lib eled him during the announcement of penalties by referring to him and others As Quot rogue boosters Quot Quot parasites Quot and for kids help us make the holidays brighter for Wabash county children Between now and december 18th, we Are accepting new clothing toys and other gifts for children Ages birth to 18. Gifts can be jewelry perfume after shave razors games Bath products cd a cd players Etc. Clothing for any size and age will be accepted but must be new. This has been an on going project for 32 years and is led by a group of interested and concerned local residents. It is not affiliated with Wadi or the ministerial Alliance. Gifts Are delivered by Santa on Christmas eve to unsuspecting recipients. Items can be dropped off at our offices at 606 Market Street. Please do not wrap items. Just another Way Wabash cents original station helps Wabash county the True oldies channels sad pm 100.5 Wabash Valley College warriors fans have a Chance this weekend to get a sneak preview of what the great Rivers athletic conference season will be like when Southeastern Illinois College participates in the wac classic. Sic is one of three teams coming into the Spencer sports Center the others Are new creations and the Georgetown College Junior varsity Wabash Valley of course is the Host. Southeastern win play at 5 30 . Both today Friday and tomorrow saturday. The Falcons will take on new creations today and Georgetown tomorrow. Southeastern Defeated Western Kentucky tech wednesday 99-54, with Andree Wilson their leading scorer getting 21 Points. Warrior Warmup by Bill Hackler the warriors will play the 7 30 . Game each Day today they take on Georgetown tomorrow it is new creations. Wac comes into the classic at 7-0, with four of Dan Sparks players hitting in double figures. Andre Miller is at 16.4 Points per game with 6.0 rebounds per contest while Robert Glenn is at 15.7 pig and a team High 6.6 Reg. Nick Pope is at 15.3 pig and Andre Quarles is at 12.3 pig. After this weekend the warriors have Only four games remaining in the first semester and they Are All on the Road. Tuesday they Are at Danville then next weekend the wac team will be at the Southeastern Illinois College classic. The semester ends at Southeastern Iowa. Grac play begins in january Quot we have made some Progress since the first of october Quot said coach Sparks. Quot we need to get More mentally prepared for big games. That showed in the Danville Quot Over the seven games i like the Way Quarles Glenn and Mill r have played. Devin Williams and Tamas Cseh have shown spurts of playing Well. 1 am pleased with their efforts in the Danville game Quot he added. Clyde Buck s lady warriors 6-1, have been off since they Defeated Cincinnati state on nov 20. They Are at 6-1. The lady warriors last five games this semester Are also on the Road. This weekend they Are at the three Rivers classic then on dec. 8 they travel to Parkland who handed them their Only loss. After a game at Cincinnati state the lady warriors finish the year at the Forest Park classic in st. Louis. Two co defendants in Vick Federal do fighting Case sent to prison by Larry o Dell associated press writer Richmond a. A two of fallen nil Star Michael Vick s co defendants were sentenced Friday to 18 months and 21 months in prison on Federal do fighting conspiracy charges. Equanis Phillips of Atlanta and Purnell peace of Virginia Beach could have received up to five years in prison a the same maximum Vick faces when he is sentenced dec. 10. Peace Phillips and Tony Taylor of Hampton pleaded guilty last summer and agreed to testify against Vick prompting the suspended Atlanta Falcons quarterback to enter his own plea agree Pargin amp Dillon management Are you on track to retire Stop in for a complimentary retirement review. Mancial and vim Stacy lock part operations Mui Ager pm. 262-2035 328 Market Street it. Carmel in 62863 Cecii Wilim Bohuta do Mih Udipi a member i Nash sip ment a few Days later Taylor will be sentenced dec. 14. Peace was sentenced to 18 months and Phillips to 21 months. Quot you May have thought this was sporting but it was very callous and cruel Quot . District judge Henry Hudson told Philips. Sentencing guidelines called for punishments of 12 to 18 months for peace and 18 to 24 months for Phillips who has a More extensive criminal record. Prosecutors recommended sentences at the Low end of the Range because of the co defendants cooperation. But Hudson said he Felt sentences on the High end of the Range were appropriate because of the nature of the crime. Hudson told peace that he was concerned because a pre sentencing report quoted peace As saying he saw he nothing wrong with do fighting. Featuring thursday december 8-11 . Do music to follow the Milt 502 Market it. Carmel

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