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LeROY - While the Panther girls were dominating the diamond next door, the Blue Ridge boys were handling those of LeRoy by a 9-0 margin.
DOWNS - When Ally Wiegand took the mound for Tri-Valley against Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley Monday, the Falcons didn’t stand a chance.
The LeRoy Panthers fell to 2-2 on the year with a loss to Roanoke-Benson last week on the road. They later topped FCW on the road to pull back ahead of .500 at 3-2.
The Blue Ridge Knights began the season hot, but have since cooled off despite the return of slugging left fielder Dylan Trent.
The Tri-Valley Baseball team hurled their way to a 1-0 start Tuesday, topping the Clinton Maroons in their season opener by a score of 4-1.
Seniors Michael Plunk, Will Duggins and Nick Aupperle have grown accustomed to facing off in the past four years, but the trio teamed up for the HOIC vs. SVC all-star game last weekend in Gibson City.
(From Friday, March 28 paper) The Blue Ridge boys are off to a hot start this year, jumping out to a 4-1 record and allowing runs to score in just two games.
In the past eight years, LeRoy wrestling has come a long way.
The box score was not pretty last Friday when the Panthers fell to the Hornets in the farmer City regional championship, but the team helped lay a new groundwork for success at LeRoy High School, according to head coach Mark Edmundson.
After all 14 matches had been wrestled, the LeRoy-Tri-Valley Panthers and the Sherrard Tigers were knotted at 33 points apiece Saturday at the state wrestling duals in Bloomington.