ARCOLA -- Cumberland swept Arcola 25-22, 25-18 Tuesday.
Arcola was led by Yessi Ramirez in digs with 10.
Cumberland is to travel to Charleston for a tournament Saturday.
The Lady Riders are to play host to Okaw Valley in a Little Okaw Valley Conference Northwest Division contest Sept. 21.
Sullivan falls in two
MONTICELLO -- Sullivan lost a non-conference match to Monticello 25-10, 25-3 Tuesday, falling to 0-10 on the season.
Laine Cameron led the Lady Redskins in assists with nine.
The Lady Redskins are to play host to Tuscola in a Central Illinois Conference contest.
Neoga falls in NTC battle
NEOGA -- In a National Trail Conference match, Neoga fell to Altamont 25-14, 25-20. Altamont is 9-1 overall and 3-1 in the NTC.
Olivia Titus and Mary Hill had a team-high three blocks, while Hill led in kills with five and Zoe Meadows in kills with three.
Neoga is to travel to Teutopolis Thursday.
WSS loses in last two innings
WINDSOR—South Central defeated WSS 6-4 in a National Trail Conference game Tuesday.
South Central took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, but the Hatchets tied it in the second. After falling behind two runs in the third, WSS came back with one run in the fourth and took the lead 4-3 in the fifth inning.
Then the runs dried up as South Central scored three unanswered in the sixth and seventh innings for the win.
Isaac Kramer took the loss for the Hatchets allowing 5 hits while striking out two batters in two and two-thirds innings of relief pitching.
Logan Greuel, Owen Bridges and Kramer each doubled for the Hatchets.
WSS hosts Beecher City/Cowden Herrick for another conference game Friday.
Neoga drops NTC contest
EFFINGHAM -- Neoga was tied with Effingham St. Anthony in a National Trail Conference baseball game at one after three and a half innings when the Bulldogs took the lead for good with three runs in the fourth. St. Anthony went on to win 8-2 Thursday.
Caleb Hill was 2-for-2 with a triple, a home run and a RBI for Neoga, who fell to 6-5 on the season.
"I am very proud of our boys, who kept fighting tonight," said Neoga coach Adam Stults. "For the first time this season I felt like we finally played as a team. The boys' had each others back and didn't let anyone get down. Our defense stayed strong. If we can continue to do that then we will be a very tough team. Caleb Hill has started to come on strong here of late and having him in the middle of the lineup is huge."
The Indians, 4-3 in the NTC, are to play host to Dieterich in another NTC game Thursday.
ROBINSON—Logan Richardson was medalist again Tuesday shooting a 36 at Oak Glen Golf Course in Robinson to lead Tri-County to a 182-213 win over Oblong. It was Richardson's eighth straight time he earned medalist honors.
Cody Richardson tallied a 45 and Seth Eads got a 49.
Tri-County, 8-5, travels Arcola/Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond for a triangular meet Thursday.
A/A-L-A-H wins first home meet
ARCOLA—The Arcola/Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond boys’ golf team picked up its second win of the year in its home opener Tuesday, defeating Windsor/Stewardson-Strasburg 190-206 at Kaskaskia Country Club.
Dallas Sisk led the team with a low score of 42 and Jacob Butler shot a 43.
WSS hosts the Windsor Invitational on Saturday beginning at 8:30 a.m.
A/A-A-A-H is now 2-11 and hosts Tri-County and Decatur LSA for a triangular Thursday.
CASEY—Lawrenceville defeated Casey-Westfield/Martinsville 156-179 Tuesday in a Little Illini Conference golf meet at the Casey Country Club.
Ashton Rodgers led the Warriors with a score of 42. Garrett Oakley and Trey Huisinga shot 44 and 45, respectively. Ethan Hickox tallied a 48.
Casey-Westfield/Martinsville is now 12-12 and hosts an LIC quadrangular Thursday featuring Marshall, Robinson and Olney.
Sullivan beats Okaw Valley
BETHANY—Sullivan defeated Okaw Valley 167-176 Tuesday.
Caden Ellis was medalist for the Redskins shooting a 39. Leighton Burchan tallied a 40.
Austin Harshman led the Timberwolves with a 42.
Okaw Valley plays Villa Grove at Tri-City Country Club on Thursday.
Sullivan plays in the Windsor Invitational on Saturday.
Shelbyville skunks Springfield Lanphier
SHELBYVILLE—The Shelbyville girls’ tennis shut out Springfield Lanphier 9-0 Tuesday.
Rachel Bly and Amber Rezinas each won a singles match and paired up for a doubles win.
Shelbyville travels to Decatur Eisenhower on Thursday.