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Wednesday, September 9, 2009 Trenton Sun Page 8 - Sports i i!iiiii i!ii! iii i iii iiii i iiii!iii i iiiii! !i!iii ii i ii! i!i i! ! i!i ii iii Wesclin's golf team lost its only match last week, 161- 221 against Columbia at An- nbriar Golf Course in Water- loo. Freshman Grant Weber was low player for Wesclin with 52. Chad Klein shot 55, Andrew Martiszus 56, and Justin Groennert 58. Kristen Zgonina, playing for the boys junior varsity team, turned in a 49 from the red tees... The Warrior split a pair of matches on the week, beating Salem 5-0 at home on Tuesday be- fore falling to Mater Dei 3-1 later in the week... The Lady Warriors' volleyball team beat Valmeyer and fell to DuQuoin and Mehlville, Missouri in the Marissa tournament last week, falling to 2-2 on the sea- son... Clinton County native Josh Thole of Breese made his major league debut last week with the New York Mets when he was called up from the mi- nors. A catcher, Thole had a single, a double, and stole a base in his first game, includ- ing a hit in his first major league at-bat. Thole is a 2005 Mater Dei graduate, and he son of Mike and Donna Thole of Breese, He played American Legion ball with Aviston and in the Clinton County Baseball League with Breese. Two other Clinton County players have been in the major leagues in the past 20 years or so, includ- ing Wesclin graduates Brent Brede (now a Wesclin teacher and basketball coach) and Aaron Rakers, who is playing overseas in his mission to re- turn to the majors. WESCLIN'S SEAN DEPPER brings'down a Red Bud ballcarrier in the early going of Friday's night's 36-8 Wesclin loss to the visiting Musketeers. After playing its first two games at home, the Warriors travel to Chester on Friday. e e e What a difference a week--and an opponent--can make. Seven days after a 43-0 white- wash of Metro East Lutheran, Wesclin's football team stepped into Cahokia Conference play Fri- day and came out on the short end of a similarly lopsided score. Red Bud dealt the homestand- ing Warriors a 36-8 defeat behind 181 passing yards and two touch- down throws from Jake Hoffman. The Warriors tossed an inter- ception on their first play from scrimmage, and standout line- man Dustin Grosinske went down with a broken arm early in the first quarter. Wesclin scored its only points in the second quarter, briefly tying things at 6-6 on Nate Schreiber's six-yard touchdown gallop and pulling within 20-8 on a safety by Justin Lovelace with just over a minute remaining in the first half. The safety would be Wesclin's final points, as Red Bud tacked on touchdowns in each of the third and fourth quarters. Schreiber carried 22 times for 76 well-earned yards in the game, and quarterback Josh Campbell picked up 46 yards on the ground. Andy Silva picked off two passes in the game, one setting up Wes- clin's lone touchdown. Michael Bateman registered two quarterback sacks in the game and recovered a fumble, and freshman Justin Lovelace was a bright spot from the defen- sive line, leading the team with five solo tackles. Schreiber, Caleb Kirkland, and Ronny Senyard also had sacks for Wesclin. Bateman had three solo tackles and four assists, and Caleb Kirkland and Sean Depper had three soloes and three assists each. Jared Tucker registered three solo tackles and two assists. Wesclin travels to Chester this Friday. AREA REPORT: Mater Dei's grid team bounced back from an opening night shutout loss to Ef- fingham with a convincing 41-13 win over Nashville. Tyler Det- mer, son of former Trenton resi- dent Tom Detmer and grand- son of Bernadette and the late Joe Detmer of Trenton, had a big night at quarterback for the Knights, throwing three touch- down passes and running for an- other score. Other local players for the Knights include Cory At- entsen, Adrian Garcia, Drew Dumstorff, and Kane Wein- berg. Big game debut ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, six lucky New Baden students all took part in the St. Louis Rams football game. From, left Quinn Jasper, Noah Eherenman, Troy Calvert, Jack Petz, and Brenden Riggs all played a 10 minute game at half-time while Leah Eheren- man cheered the team to a victory. The six took part in on-field pre-game activities, played and cheered at half-time and then re- ceived a standing ovation when finished. NB youth bowling I sign-up Saturday ! The New Baden youth bowling sign-ups will be- gin this Saturday, Septem- m n - Thus Week ! Sports Septembe 9 : : Golf at Bud 9 Junior Higl BBtSBvs! Fatlon-Fulton 10 Volleyball at Freeburg 10 Soccer vs. Centralia 10 Freshman Football at Red Bud 10 Jtmior High BB/SB at O'Fallon-Fulton 11 Vat i1 .Junio High: BB/SB at Carlyle it-12Volleyball at Wood River Tourney Soccer at Alton 14 vs: Lebanon 14 Soccer vs. 14 Golf vs. Freeburg 14 : Junior 14 16 Golf at Carlyle 16 Soccer atC t Our Rocl :::(Centr.) 16 Junior BB/SB Failon-Carriel ber 12. Kids ages six to 18 years can sign-up from 10 a.m. to noon at the Baden Bowl. Trenton youth baseball, softball portraits here Trenton youth league baseball and softball portraits have arrived at the Sun office and are available to parents who purchased them this past summer. Our office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more reformation, please call 224-9422. SATURDAY MORNING CLINIC AT THE HEALTHPLEX Athletes Advantage medical director David Neighbors, M.D., is board-certified in sports medicine. He will see injured athletes at the St. Joseph's Hospital HealthPlex Clinic Saturday mornings at 8 a.m. on a first-come, first- served basis. The Clinic is inside the HealthPlex. which is located in Breese just north of the hospital at 14160 Jamestown Road. Questions? Call 618-526-2603. BREESE' ST, IOSEPH'S HOSPITAL HEALTHPLEX 8 A.M. ON SATURDAY MORNINGS STARTING 8/29 ATHLETES - BE AT THE HEALTHPLEX CLINIC AT 8 A.M.