The Mulberry Grove Aces defeated Beecher City 10-1 on
Thursday. James Lynch was the winning pitcher as he
struck out 9. Chris LaMacchia had 3 RBIs for the Aces.
The Kaskaskia College Blue Devils are ranked 11th in
the first NJCAA nationwide poll of the season. KC is
off to a 23-4 start and have outscored their opponents
182-59 and are batting .340 as a team. The Blue Devils
were ranked as an honorable mention in the pre-season
The Comets notched 77 points and finished 2nd to Litchfield.
Metro East Lutheran was 3rd and Carlinville 4th. First
place finishers for Greenville were Brian Atchison,
Long Jump; D.J. Walter, Triple Jump; Mitch Willman,
High Jump; Lance Ward, 800 meter; and the 4 x 4 team.
The Comets go to Carlinville
The Lady Comets are hosting Carlinville
The Lady Aces go to Beecher City
ON THIS WEEK-END
Shoal Creek Volunteer Firefighters fish fry is coming
up on Friday March 31st. It's from 4-7PM in the Panama
St. Augustine Parish Center in Breese is having a Rummage
& Bake Sale. . The actual sale is Friday March 31st
10AM to 3PM and on Saturday April 1st from 9AM to 1PM
with a $2 brown bag sale all day. There is a bake sale
on Thursday and Friday. Lunch and soda will be available.
annual St. Lawrence fish dinners will be held on Fridays
from March 3rd through April 7th. Serving is from 4pm
until 7pm in the main hall. Carryouts are available
in Posch Hall. Cost is $7 for adults and $3.50 for kids
12 and under.
Helvetia Sharpshooters are hosting a dance on Saturday
April 1 from 8 to 11:30PM at Lindendale Park in Highland.
Music by "The San Antones"
story time at the Greenville Public Library will be
held this Saturday April 1 at 10AM. The title of this
program is "April foolishness" and reader
Rebecca Nehrt has planned a fun filled session.
Mulberry Grove Lions Club are having a pancake &
Sausage day on Saturday April 1 from 7AM until 2PM in
the Mulberry Grove Lions Club building. Adults $5.00,
Children 5-10 eat for $3.00 and children under 5 eat
Teresa's Church of Marydale is having a chicken dinner
on Sunday (4/2) from 11am until 5pm. Carry-outs will
be available. Along with fried chicken there will be
homemade bread, desserts, and dressing. The church is
located on Route 127 five miles north of Carlyle.