Feb. 5 Prep Roundup


Front row, from left, Christopher Wilhelm, Isabelle Wilhelm, Rosanne Wilhelm. Back row, from left Sacred Heart head coach Travis Cairer, Fr. Mark Miller, Assistant Principal Holly Wilson, Athletic Director David Fall.


Front row, from left, Christopher Wilhelm, Isabelle Wilhelm, Rosanne Wilhelm. Back row, from left Sacred Heart head coach Travis Cairer, Fr. Mark Miller, Assistant Principal Holly Wilson, Athletic Director David Fall.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_IMG_0021-1.jpgFront row, from left, Christopher Wilhelm, Isabelle Wilhelm, Rosanne Wilhelm. Back row, from left Sacred Heart head coach Travis Cairer, Fr. Mark Miller, Assistant Principal Holly Wilson, Athletic Director David Fall.

Lady Gremlin signs soccer letter of intent

Isabelle Wilhelm, a forward at Sacred Heart signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play soccer at Benedictine College, in Atchinson Kansas. Wilhelm is set to play her fourth year for the Lady Gremlins.

She plans to Major in Criminology and has selected Psychology as a Minor.

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

Otterville 76, Calhoun 40

LATE TUESDAY RESULTS

Sacred Heart 57, Tipton 26

Micah Tanguay led the Grems with 14 points Tuesday in a 57-26 win over Tipton.

Will Prenger added nine and Trent Lyles scored eight.

Windsor 104, Otterville 70

Windsor defeated Otterville 104-70.

Trenton Johnson led the Greyhounds with 39 points. Josh Nichols scored 20 and Jakob Erdmann added 16.

LATE WEDNESDAY RESULTS

Windsor 85, La Monte 42

La Monte lost to the visiting Windsor Greyhounds Wednesday by a score of 85-42.

Tristan Hackworth led in La Monte in scoring by with nine points, followed by Trenton Johnson with eight.

Trevor Ulm led the Vikings with 7 rebounds to go with his 5 points.

Blake Clancy and Jonathan Astabie led Windsor with 15 points apiece.

GIRLS

Otterville 64, Calhoun 35

LATE WEDNESDAY RESULTS

La Monte 45, Windsor 18

The La Monte Lady Vikings defeated Windsor 45-18 Wednesday.

La Monte limited the Lady Greyhounds to five points in the second half.

Sandra Arroyo scored 17 points, had 10 rebounds and seven steals.

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