Sports

Sports scores and schedules for Greenville Illinois and Bond County.

Comets Tennis Tops Granite City

The Greenville High School Comets boys’ tennis team played Granite City Thursday. The Comets won 7-2, winning five singles matches and two doubles matches.

M.G. Student Signs For College Baseball

Congratulations to Mulberry Grove High School senior Michael Sloan who recently signed his letter of intent to play college baseball. Sloan will be playing for Quincy University.

Aces Fall To Bunker Hill

The Mulberry Grove ACES baseball team hosted Bunker Hill Wednesday, April 19. Bunker Hill won the game 3-2.

Comets Sports Tuesday Recap

The Greenville High School softball team picked up a victory Tuesday afternoon, beating Vandalia 9 to 1. Kayla Dannaman banged out four hits for GHS, and Lauren Meadows and Nancy Fritzsche hit home runs. The softball...

Comets Track

The Greenville High School track program hosted three teams in a meet Tuesday afternoon. The GHS boys and girls teams finished first. Also in the meet were Litchfield, Patoka and Christ Our Rock Lutheran. Alexis...

Lady Comets Soccer

The Greenville High School girls’ soccer team earned a South Central Conference win at home Monday afternoon. The Lady Comets beat Gillespie 2 to 0. After a scoreless first half, GHS had goals scored by Moriah...

Comets Weekend Tennis

The Greenville High School Comets boys’ tennis team competed Saturday, April 15, in a four-team tournament in O’Fallon. Comets players won a doubles match against Mascoutah and two singles matches against Champaign Central....

Five Comets Sign For College

Five Greenville Comet seniors will be playing college sports next year. Friday afternoon, the five players and their parents gathered for a signing ceremony. The athletes are Brady Simpson, who will be playing football at Augustana...

GC Weekend Softball

The Greenville College softball team has a 15 and 10 record after winning three of four games this past weekend. The Lady Panthers split two games against Webster U on Friday, and beat Spalding twice...