HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
The Greenville Comets varsity football team will play Marquette Catholic High School tonight at 7PM. The game will be broadcast live on WGEL Radio. The Comets are 1-0 on the season.
The Highland Bulldogs will travel to Marion tonight for a game at 7PM; the game will be rebroadcast on WGEL Radio following the Greenville Comets game.
GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL GOLF
The Lady Comets golf team took third place in a four-way match on Thursday. The Greenville squad shot a combined 212, and the low individual scorer was Stephanie Hoffmeier with a 46. The Comets boys’ team will play at Carlyle today.
GREENVILLE JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL
The Bluejays baseball A and B teams both posted wins against Staunton on Thursday. The A team won 7-0, and improved their record to 10-1; while the B team won 2-0, and post a record of 6-0. The Bluejays will next play today at South Central Middle School.
GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER
The Comets soccer team beat Teutopolis 2-1 on Thursday. Dwight Sanders and Kyle Dannaman scored the two goals. The junior varsity team also won 2-1.
GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
The Lady Comets volleyball team defeated Roxana on Thursday; scores of the two game match were 21-19 and 21-15.
MULBERRY GROVE JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL
The Mulberry Grove team will play at Patoka today at 4PM.
JAMES F. HORTON
James F. Horton, 84 of Holiday, FL, formerly of Olney, IL and Greenville, passed away Tuesday, August 21st at Gulf Side Regional Hospice in New Point Richie, FL. Funeral services for 84 year-old James F. Horton will be held Sunday at 4PM at the Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Greenville. Full Military Honors will be accorded by the American Legion and VFW of Greenville. In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Greenville Free Methodist Building Fund. The Donnell-Wiegand Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.
Saturday: Sunny High: 86 Low: 56
Sunday: Sunny High: 92 Low: 59
Join us this Sunday for WGEL’s Public Affairs Program. Our guest this week Gary Hisel, a crew member for the LST-325. The 64 year-old Landing Ship Tank, that was part of the second wave on D-Day during WWII, will be docked in Alton, on the Mississippi River, next weekend. Gary will talk about the history of the ship, the group that brought it back to the states and how you can get a tour of this piece of history. That's Public Affairs this Sunday following our noon Bond County Area News here on WGEL.