Mt. Vernon’s boys golf team finished second at the South Seven Conference meet held in Carbondale on Thursday.
Marion won the conference title and shot a 296. Mt. Vernon followed with a 306. Other team scores were: Belleville Althoff 318, Centralia 337 and Carbondale 364.
Four individuals finished in the top 10 for the Rams. Jonathan Stowers led Mt. Vernon with a 73 and placed second overall. Marion’s Jaret Brewers was the individual medalist with a 69.
Trevor Flota shot a 77 and finished sixth. Matthew Williams was seventh with a 78, and Hayden Poninski was ninth overall with a 78.
Other Mt. Vernon scores were: Nick Meyer 82 and Jackson Horton 82.
Woodlawn 167, Johnston City 175
Taylor Fauss led Woodlawn and was the match medalist with a 39.
Other Woodlawn scores were: Gabe Owens 43, Ronnie Brake 44, Brett Harris 48, Dallas Quarterman 49, Logan Wollerman 51 and Adam Mundrell 59.
Mt. Vernon 186, Waltonville 193
Whitney Warner led Mt. Vernon with a 44.
Other Mt. Vernon scores were: Paige McDonald 47, Chelsea Sprinkle 47, Rachel Bolerjack 48, Paetyn Hayes 49, Colleen Ashby 50, Alexandria Pigg 58 and Kelsey Shannon 70.
Carbondale 2, Mt. Vernon 1 OT
The Terriers scored five minutes into the first overtime to win the game.
Carbondale scored its first goal about six minutes into the game on a header. Mt. Vernon tied the game early in the second half. Zach Swinnen took a corner kick and knocked a ball into the box, and Anthony Reitz’s shot found the back of the net.
Mt. Vernon is 5-8 this season and travels to Anna-Jonesboro on Monday.
Mt. Vernon 9, Centralia 0
Marisa Uhls won at No. 1 singles 10-3. Jade Knox won 10-7, and Katie Wall was victorious 11-9. Kayla Burk won 10-2, and Gauri Kaushal beat her opponent 10-7. Liz Hurst won at No. 6 singles 10-5.
The doubles team of Uhls and Wall won 10-8. Knox and Kaushal were victorious 10-7. The team of Burk and Hurst won 11-10 (7-4).
“I’m very happy with how our girls played tonight,” Mt. Vernon coach Randy Knox said. “I think it was our best match of the season so far.”
Mt. Vernon is 8-3 this season.
Mt. Vernon’s Marquette Moore was named Defensive Player of the Week in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin.
He had nine tackles and fumble recovery returned for a touchdown in Millikan’s 44-20 win against Aurora.
Mt. Vernon’s Darrell Mitchell blocked an extra point against Aurora.