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  • SHS Baseball Team Celebrates Its Season During First Week Of June

    Jun 12, 2024

    The SHS Baseball team celebrated its season last week. Seniors on the team included Victor Buehler, Brady Gillen, and Dillon Pritchett. The following awards were presented: All-Conference (Second-Team): Carter Legendre and Dillon Pritchett; Pitching Award: Drake Billings; Team MVP: Dillon Pritchett...

  • 2024 SCC All-Conference Softball Results

    Jun 5, 2024

    First-Team All-Conference: Gillespie: senior pitcher, Emma Gipson; junior catcher, Delaney Taylor; sophomore infielder, Ava Parish; junior outfielder, Macie Wright; and sophomore DH/Utility, Paxton Reid; Staunton: junior infielder, Ele Feldmann; senior outfielder, Taylor Nolan; and junior outfielder, Lilly Troeckler; Carlinville sophomore pitcher, Hallie Gibson; and junior infielder, Isabella Tiburzi; North Mac: senior outfielder, Alexis Bowman Second-Team All-Conference: Gillespie: senior infielder, Wrigley Releford; and sophomore outfielder,...

  • 2024 SCC All-Conference Baseball Results

    Jun 5, 2024

    First-Team All-Conference: Gillespie’s: senior pitcher Bryce Buhs; senior infielder, Tristen Wargo; and senior outfielder, Jesse Berry; Southwestern’s: senior pitcher, Marcus Payne; senior infielder, Rocky Darr; and senior outfielder, Hunter Nowelll; Litchfield’s: senior catcher, Carson Saathoff; sophomore infielder, Mathew Bywater; and senior outfielder, Jake Gasperson; North Mac’s: junior infielder, Aiden Hatalla; Greenville’s: junior DH/Utility, Benjamin Hutchison; Vandalia’s: senior DH/Utility, Kale Konrad. Second-Team All-Conference: Gille...

  • 2024 Girls Soccer SCC All-Conference

    Jun 5, 2024

    First-Team All-Conference: Staunton: junior, Samantha Fulton; and senior, Jessica Futrell. Greenville: senior goalkeeper, Shayna Henderson; senior, Katie Campbell; junior, Ayson Bearley; and senior, Natalie McCullough. Litchfield: sophomore, Chloe Law; and freshman, Kyndal Law. Gillespie: freshman, Sloane Brawner. Carlinville: junior, Jordyn Lovless. Hillsboro: sophomore, Kinley Richardson. Second-Team All-Conference: Staunton: senior, Alexis Hester; and senior, Jessica Futrell. Litchfield: senior goalkeeper, Haley Bryant; junior, Daphney...

  • SCC Ladies Golf League

    Jun 5, 2024

    The women of the SCC Women’s Golf League enjoyed a beautiful day of golf on Thursday, May 30, despite the cicada’s joining them. All teams had great scoring however we had two teams that excelled. The team of Bev Kramer, Martha Riley, Sue Stiegemeier and Cynthia Albrecht Tipler finished with the low gross score of 37. The team of Linda Best, Karen Crosslin and Linda Rohe had the low net score of 13, including a birdie on Hole Number One, a chip-in on Hole Number Six and a low putts score of 9. Afterwards, the league enjoyed lunch together as...

  • SHS Sports: Timelines From The Sidelines Tradition Everlasting

    Jun 5, 2024

    Overview Of 1960-1969 The decade of the 1960’s saw the baseball program continue its dominance, as well as football’s return to prominence. Combined, the two sports won fourteen of twenty possible conference titles in the decade. Unfortunately, the basketball program fell on hard times and, in fact, failed to secure even one winning season in the 1960’s. While no new sports were added during the era, golf did disappear as an option for SHS Students. The 1960s witnessed numerous changes to the South Central Conference. The first two years of th...

  • SBSL Opening Day Ceremony

    May 29, 2024

    Staunton Baseball Softball League (SBSL) held an opening day ceremony on May 11, 2024 at the baseball park for all the players and their families. The ceremony included announcing the teams and sponsors, activities such as a dunk tank and face painting, and also scrimmage games. Game schedules can be found on the SBSL website: sbsleague.com. GGames...

  • SCC Ladies Golf League

    May 29, 2024

    The SCC Thursday Ladies Golf League was back in action after missing the last two weeks due to the rain. On Thursday, May 23, the girls were ready and had some great games. The team of Barb Augustine, Kim Meyer and Kathryn Young finished as the gross winner with a score of 37. The gross winner team also had a chip-in on hole number four and finished with two team birdies on holes four and seven. The next high scoring team consisted of Mary Best, Gloria Paolino, Sue Stiegemeier and Cynthia Albrecht Tipler as they ended the day with a score of...

  • Lady Bulldogs' Soccer Team Made Massive Strives In 2024 Season

    May 29, 2024

    The 2024 season has come to an end for the Lady Bulldogs. They end with a 14-9 record, which is the third best in Staunton Girl’s Soccer history. They finished in third place in the conference with a 5-3 record, which is a significant improvement over the 2-6 record from last year. This was one of the girls’ goals, to beat out the conference record. They achieved this goal. They also had goals of winning conference and winning regionals, and just missed reaching those goals. They also won the...

  • IHSA Class 1A TRB Sectional No. 12 In Carlinville

    May 29, 2024

    The Mens Varsity Finals was held on Wednesday, May 15, 2024, all State Qualifiers are noted as (Q), the results are as follows: 100 Meters Ninth place: Staunton’s Senior Cody Kapp, 12.02a Twenty-first place: Gillespie’s Senior Logan Bethard, 12.77a Twenty-fifth place: Gillespie’s Freshman Clayton Bethard, 13.32a PR Twenty-seventh place: Bunker Hill’s Freshman Avery Steward, 13.52a PR Thirtieth place: Mt. Olive’s Sophomore Jonah Ferris, 14.13a 200 Meters Fourth place: Staunton’s Senior Trace Trettenero, 23.63a PR Twelfth place: Gillespie’s...

  • GHS Cross Country

    May 22, 2024

    Gillespie High School Cross Country would like to invite Gillespie High School students to join one of their fitness models. The “Multi-Sport Athlete” Model is designed to make you faster and more powerful, while improving endurance in other sports. This model only meets two or three times per week over summer and fall season. It is coordinated and adaptable to other sport schedules. There will be no crazy long runs, and its focus is on speed and speed endurance. This model is directly usable and beneficial to other sports. The “Be...

  • Staunton Sports League

    May 22, 2024

    Staunton Baseball/Softball League announced the baseball season has officially started. Games will run from Monday, May 27 through Wednesday, July 3 for the 2024 season. Equipment and training will be provided: Player Pitch Training is Monday, May 16 at 7 p.m.; Pitching Machine Training is Friday, May 17 at 5:30 p.m.. If you are interested and unable to attend, please contact the SBSL at [email protected] or contact Kara Corby at (618)979-2014 or Jennifer May (936)443-3654....

  • Gillespie Invitational For Men's Track And Field

    May 22, 2024

    On Friday, May 10, 2024, Gillespie High School Hosted the Gillespie Invitational for Men’s Varsity in Track and Field. Of the 14 teams participating here are the final scoring of the event as well as the results for Staunton, Gillespie, Bunker Hill, and Mt. Olive: 100 Meters Third place, Staunton’s Trace Trettenero, J11.82a Seventh place, Staunton’s Cody Kapp, 12.06a Twenty-first place, Gillespie’s Logan Bethard, 13.10a Twenty-second place, Bunker Hill’s Avery Steward, 13.98a Twenty-fourth place, Mt. Olive’s Jonah Ferris, 14.38a Twenty-fift...

  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete

    May 22, 2024

    Senior, Kylie Lucykow was selected as this year’s St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete from Staunton High School. In its 58th year, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete program honors one student from every area school, a requirement being that they participate in athletics and excel in the classroom. Kylie was honored at the Cardinal baseball game on May 7, 2024....

  • Staunton Lady Bulldogs Cap Off The Season With A High Note

    May 22, 2024

    Your phenomenal futbol playing Lady Bulldogs strolled on over to Greenville this afternoon for the Greenville Regional Final Match vs, you guessed it, Greenville. These two teams are so evenly matched. They have played twice this year and are 1-1. This is the rubber match, and for the Regional hardware. The weather nearly got the better of the match, but the thunderstorms and heavy rain stayed away. To spare the details, this match was sooooo close. The Red and White dominated possession through...

  • SHS Sports: Timelines From The Sidelines Tradition Everlasting

    May 22, 2024

    Overview Of 1960-1969 The decade of the 1960’s saw the baseball program continue its dominance, as well as football’s return to prominence. Combined, the two sports won fourteen of twenty possible conference titles in the decade. Unfortunately, the basketball program fell on hard times and, in fact, failed to secure even one winning season in the 1960’s. While no new sports were added during the era, golf did disappear as an option for SHS Students. The 1960s witnessed numerous changes to the South Central Conference. The first two years of th...

  • Camp Sign-Ups

    May 22, 2024

    Litchfield High School and Mt. Olive softball is holding a Kids Camp on June 4 thru June 6, for ages 5 to 14 years old. If anyone would like to sign up, this can be done by filling out the form 2024 LHS Softball Youth Clinic Registration form, this can be found at https://www.mtoliveschools.org/project-two-255h9, once filled out, please turn in form to the Mt. Olive High School office....

  • Staunton Bulldogs Run Away With First Place At Gillespie Quad Meet

    May 15, 2024

    On Tuesday, May 7, 2024 Staunton and Gillespie’s Men Varsity Track and Field teams competed in the Gillespie Quad Track meet at GHS. Here are the following standings and results for said event: 1.) Staunton, 123; 2.) Carlinville, 121; 3.) Pana, 89; 4.) Gillespie, 87; 5.) Piasa, 66; 6.) Greenville, 65. 100 Meters Second place, Staunton’s Nathan Oller, 11.60a Tenth place, Gillespie’s Logan Bethard, 12.89a Fifteenth place, Gillespie’s Jack Bulla, 13.15a Seventeenth place, Gillespie’s Clayton Bethard, 13.36a PR Twentieth place, Staunton’s Joseph Sm...

  • Staunton Bulldogs Women's Track And Field Team Tie For Eighth Place At Virden Sectional

    May 15, 2024

    On Thursday, May 9, 2024 Virden (North Mac) hosted the IHSA Class 1A TRG Track and Field Sectional for women’s varsity. Here are the following standing’s and results for said event. 1. Glen Carbon (Father McGivney), 140.5; 2.) Virden (North Mac), 110; 3.) Carlinville, 70; 4.) Litchfield, 68; 5.) Alton (Marquette), 59; 6.) Gillespie, 44; 7.) Carrollton, 33; T8.) Piasa (Southwestern), 29; T8.) Staunton, 29; 10.) Auburn, 22; 11.) Mt. Olive, 20; 12.) Waverly, 17; 13.) Bunker Hill, 15; 14.) Gre...

  • SHS Sports: Timelines From The Sidelines Tradition Everlasting

    May 15, 2024

    Class of 1957 Football Fred Brenzel’s third year as coach of the Bulldogs saw dramatic improvement in the program in 1956. The Bulldogs played .500 football, finishing the year 5-5 overall, including a 3-3 mark in the South Central Conference. The turnaround was led by seniors Noel Bond; Tom Coyne; Bernard Gaudi; Ted Hancock; Wayne Helm; Ralph Jacobs; John Lesich; Wayne Masinelli; Russ Schuette; and Marlin Valent. All-Conference members include Gaudi and Masinelli, as well as juniors Chuck Frey; Leroy Luketich; Jim Oettel; and Wayne Zude. J...

  • Staunton Star Times Sports

    May 8, 2024

    Men's 100 Meters Varsity Finals: First place, Staunton's Ethan Rantanen, 11.56; Second place, Staunton's Trace Trettenero, 11.92; Fifteenth place, Gillespie's Logan Bethard, 13.03; Eighteenth place, Gillespie's Deshaunta Cooper-Jackson, 13.39. Men's 200 Meters Varsity Finals: First place, Staunton's Ethan Rantanen, 23.56, P.R.; Fifth place, Staunton's Trace Trettenero, 24.60; Eighteenth place, Gillespie's A.J. Reisinger, 27.27; Twentieth place, Gillespie's Jack Bulla, 29.71. Men's 400 Meters...

  • Local Schools' Softball Seedings For Regionals

    May 8, 2024

    Pleasant Plains Sectional (22T) Sub-Sectional A 1. Piasa (Southwestern) 2. Gillespie 3. Litchfield [Coop] 4. Auburn 5. Shelbyville 6. Pana 7. Virden (North Mac) 8. Sullivan 9. Hillsboro 10. Carlinville 11. Macon (Meridian) Sub-Sectional B 1. Pleasant Plains 2. Springfield (Sacred Heart-Griffin) 3. Williamsville 4. New Berlin [Coop] 5. Pittsfield 6. Petersburg (Porta) [Coop] 7. Quincy (Notre Dame) 8. Athens 9. Beardstown 10. Riverton 11. Buffalo (Tri-City) [Coop] Greenville Sectional (22T) Sub-Sectional A 1. Effingham (St. Anthony) 2....

  • Brittany Shooting Park Spring Schedule

    May 8, 2024

    Brittany Shooting Park, is currently participating under their Spring Team Schedule of 2024, for trap and skeet. The organization funding and running these teams is Staunton High School Trapshooting Club, Inc. All practices begin at 11 a.m. If competing members must wear their jersey to every practice and events when representing the team. No one is allowed on the fields without their jersey. Competition weeks moving forward the fourth week is May 12 and the fifth week for competitions is May 19. May 26 is an off week before State tournament,...

  • The Lady Bulldogs Soccer Team Win Over Cavies Leads To Great Momentum For Regional Play May 10

    May 8, 2024

    The Lady Bulldogs kicked off last week at home on Wednesday May 1. The Lady Dogs faced off with the Lady Cavaliers of Carlinville. The Lady Dogs needed to win this match to help push them towards a 2nd place finish in the SCC. The Lady Dogs came into the match in 5th place in the SCC at 10-7, while the Lady Cavaliers came into the match at 9-7-2 The spring weather had not been cooperating, the field was messy and both teams would be wet and muddy by the end of the match. The Lady Dogs had played the Cavies earlier in the year in the Route 66...

  • SHS Sports: Timelines From The Sidelines Tradition Everlasting

    May 8, 2024

    The information in this column is provided by the book “The History of Staunton High School Sports (1908-2012)” which was researched and written by local resident and School Board member, Steven F. Moore. “Covering over 100-years of multiple sporting events of a local area is quite a daunting task,” and it is important to note that Moore acknowledges that he could not find everything that he wanted to include in the book. The Star-Times releasing and publishing the information as a weekly news column is intended to educate, connect, and pot...

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