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Congrats to Haley Shewmake who, last week signed with Wabash College to play college softball! Haley, an infielder, is a four-year starter on the Oiler Softball squad. She will join fellow senior Carly Campbell in Mt. Carmel, Illinois to continue their studies and their softball careers. Here's a story in Riverbender.com ...
Congrats to Drew Sobol (106) and Zac Blasioli (132) for winning the Vandalia Sectional crown on Saturday (2/11/17) and advancing to the Assembly Hall (State Farm Center) next weekend for the IHSA State Wrestling Finals! Congrats also to Jon Wright (285) for also qualifying for the IHSA State Finals! Congrats to Coach Sobol and Asst. Coach Huebner, as well. Go Oiler Wrestling!
EAWR Senior, Carly Campbell, signed a national letter of intent to continue her education and play softball at Wabash Valley Community College in Mt. Carmel, Illinois. On hand to witness the signing were fellow students; her parents, Dave & Sarah Campbell (and brother Luke); her "Black Widows" AAU coaches; Head EAWR Coach Dana Emerick and Asst. Coach Mike Beachum; WVCC Head Coach Paul Schnarre; and several administrators and teachers. AD Kevin Gockel emceed the event.
Attached is the "pool play" schedule (EAWR plays on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 22 & 23). After the pool play is completed, then the teams will be slotted into the bracket schedule as you will see attached, as well.
The pool play will likely produce some ties: So, here are the rules for tie-breakers and bracket placement:
Tie Breaker - Should teams be tied after the pool play portion of the tournament, tournament officials will follow these tie breakers.
A. Head to Head
B. Least points allowed
C. Point Differential
D. Coin toss odd man wins.
Session prices for this year will remain the same as last year. $5 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.
The forms needed for athletic participation are now all located on the Registration page. Just click on the Registration link (under "Resources" on the left side of this page) and scroll down for the Athletic documents folder.
If you have any questions about athletic forms or registration in general, please contact Carla Guthrie at email@example.com or call her at 254-3151, Ext. 2501
Thank you to Liberty Bank and their "Threes for the Money" local high school basketball promotion. Each year, Liberty Bank teams with local high schools and donates $10 for every made three point shot by the varsity boys and girls basketball teams. This year, East Alton-Wood River made 46 three point shots, and Liberty Bank donated $460 to our high school.
Thank you for Bret Mayberry and Michelle Zimmer for visiting EAWR and presenting us with the check! Thank you Liberty Bank and "Threes for the Money!"
Congratulations to our varsity Scholastic Bowl Team for being Prairie State Conference Champions at Saturday's PSC Tournament! The Oilers went 4-1 on the day, defeating Mt. Olive, Nokomis, Bunker Hill, and Marquette. The Oilers lone loss was against Metro East Lutheran.
Team members include: Colin Gibbons, Cameron Foust, Emilee Olinghouse, Brayden Stone, and Victoria Kallal, The Scholastic Bowl team is coached by Mrs. Miller.
This is the first conference championship for EAWR Scholastic Bowl. Great job!
East Alton-Wood River High School is proud to host the IHSA Class 3A Volleyball SuperSectional on Saturday, November 6, 2015.
The match will be between Mascoutah and Quincy Notre Dame, and begin at 1:00pm at Memorial Gymnasium here on campus. Doors will open at 11:45am.
We want to welcome Mascoutah and Notre Dame to our high school on Saturday, and look forward to hosting this event!
Congratulations to junior golfer, Drew Sobol. Drew set a new school record on Monday at the annual "Battle for the Hickory Stick" golf tournament at Belk Park in Wood River. Drew shot a school record 67.
The Oilers had a great night at the Prairie State Conference Meet on Monday, May 4th in Mt. Olive.
The girls team finished 3rd with a strong effort from all. Kim Gildersleeve finished 2nd in the discus and 3rd in the shot. Kaylee Dailey and Kyara Price were on the conference championship 4x100 relay team. Haley Kerpan was first in the 4x100 relay, 400 meters and 1600 meter run. Carissa Gilreath was a 4 time conference champion in the 4x100 meter relay, long jump, 100 and 200 meter races. Great job girls
The boys team won the team championship for the second year in a row. A fantastic effort by the entire team as all team members took home an individual award as well as the team plaque. The individual champions were Anthony Lane in the discus, Hunter OBrien in the triple jump, the 4x1 relay team of Zac Womack, Zac Lafferty, Nick Barrett and Zac Butkovich. The 4x8 relay team of Chase Wallendorff, Zac Butkovich, Luke Lile, and Matthew Shea. Brenden Springman was a three time conference champion in the 800, 1600 and 3200 meter runs. The Oilers finished the night on a strong fashion winning the 4x400 meter relay. The runners were Chase Wallendorff, Jacob Kerpan, Luke Lile and Zac Butkovich. Congratulations to both hard working teams giving a super effort.
The Oiler boys are now back to back PSC champions in track. Congratulations to Coach Colona, Coach Tyler, and the entire boys and girls team on a great showing at the conference meet.
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