St. Elmo Sports

Eagles claim second place at EIC Tourney

After going 1-2 in the NTC Tournament throughout the week, the St. Elmo/Brownstown Eagles bounced back for a better showing at the EIC Tournament over the weekend, finishing in second place. They kicked things off with a win over Ramsey 13-4 and then lost to eventual champions Mulberry Grove 8-5. They finished the day strong…

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Eagles soar to 4-2 record on very busy week

The St. Elmo/Brownstown Eagles had an extremely busy week with six games in six days due to a couple of weather cancelled make up games from earlier in the season.  They survived this tough stretch and did rather well, winning four of the six games to move to an even record on the season at…

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Bombers track has good showing at Altamont meet

The Brownstown/St. Elmo Bombers track team competed in a meet at Altamont last Tuesday as one of five participating schools. In addition to the Bombers, Altamont, Patoka, Windsor/Stew-Stras, and Christ Our Rock Lutheran participated at the meet. The Bombers put up a good showing, taking fourth place in the girls competition and third in the…

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Lady Eagles sweep Round Robin, lose in extra innings to Vandalia

The St. Elmo/Brownstown Lady Eagles went 2-1 this past week as their bats were working overtime, scoring a total of 40 runs across their three games. They kicked off the offensive explosion last Saturday when they played in a round robin with Martinsville and Alden-Hebron. The Eagles won both contests, knocking off Alden-Hebron 12-2 and…

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Bombers struggle at the plate, lose to Cougars

The Brownstown/St. Elmo Bombers have struggled on offense so far during the spring baseball season without Landon Feezel’s bat in the lineup. The case was made again on Wednesday afternoon when the team traveled to Kinmundy to face the Cougars of South Central. With the bats going cold, and sloppy defense, the Bombers lost by…

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