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WEDNESDAY, October 19, 2016 ~ Volume 12 No. 42

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Turnovers are Key in South Shelby’s Convincing Win Over Scotland County
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South Shelby’s Brock Wood runs for a 51 yard touchdown against Scotland County on Friday, October 14.

It was an interesting match up between the South Shelby Cardinals and the Scotland County Tigers Friday night. The Tigers came in with a 6-2 record and were not in the Class 1 Top 10, but were the first team out receiving votes. The Cardinals came in with a 4-4 record and a schedule stacked with bigger schools including two losses to two teams in the Class 2 top 10 (Centralia and Macon). The Cardinals came away with a convincing 33-7 win over the Tigers Friday night at South Shelby.
   Scotland County came out full of fire as the Cardinals took the opening possession and went no huddle, resulting in a three and out. The Tigers started their first possession from their own 37 yard line. They were able to move the ball on the ground and through the air, driving 51 yards on nine plays before fumbling the ball over to the Cards.
   South Shelby took over on its own eight yard line with 6:53 to play in the first quarter. The Cardinals were able to put together an impressive drive that resulted in the first touchdown of the game. They marched 92 yards on 16 plays capped by a four yard run by Cody McKenzie. The point after sailed wide left and the Cards held a 6-0 lead with 11:19 to play in the first half.
   Scotland County started from its own 20 yard line after a touchback. Again, the Tigers were able to move the ball on the Cardinals, driving it down to the South Shelby 30 yard line. On a second and nine play, it was Luke Farrell picking off a pass and returned it 19 yards down the right sideline to the Scotland County 49 yard line. That was a huge momentum changer for the game. After an incomplete pass on first down, it was sophomore Brock Wood breaking loose and racing 51 yards for a Cardinal touchdown. The point after by Dalton Durbin was good making the score 13-0 South Shelby with 8:07 to play in the first half.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Clarence Cannon All-Conference Softball Teams
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The Clarence Cannon Conference released its conference teams on Wednesday, October 12. Following are the teams.
   First Team
   Pitchers - Madison Preston, Centralia; and McKenzie West, Monroe City.
   Catchers - Nicole Duncan, Centralia; and Allison Simons, Macon.
   Infielders - Jaymi Freeman, Centralia; Skyler Kauble, Monroe City; Kara Baker, Highland; and Molly Ross, Louisiana.
   Outfielders - Macey Harrington, Macon; Katelyn Rakers, Centralia; and Raelee Burse, Louisiana.
   Utility Player - Kaili Hinds, Centralia.
   Second Team
   Pitchers - Alex Fenton, South Shelby; and Lauren Merrell, Highland.
   Catchers - Rachel Smith, Monroe City; and Carli Scrifres, Highland.
   Infielders - Jenna Bergman, Clark County; Bailey Lovelace, Palmyra; Lauren Youngblood, Monroe City; and Shelby Salisbury, Centralia.
   Outfielders - Maggie Schutte, Clark County; Shayla Ralphs, Centralia; and Brooke Miller, Highland.
   Utility Player - Autumn Blackford, South Shelby.
   For complete story, see this week's issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Carlie Roxann Bradshaw
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Carlie Roxann Bradshaw

Big brother Collin, and parents Keith and Brittany Bradshaw are proud to announce the birth of their baby girl Carlie Roxann. She arrived at 8:07 a.m. on August 2, 2016, weighing 10 pounds 5 ounces and was 22 inches long. She was born at Boone Hospital. Her proud grandparents are Bradley and Lorie Blaise, Pat Bradshaw and Phyllis Gaines. Her great-grandparents are John and Linda Echternacht, Gerald Blaise, Billy and Deanna Huber, Russell and Doris Beatty, Dwain and Carolyn Garnett. Her great-great-grandparents are Iyola Hopper and Dorothy Mahaffey.   8437

Obituary - Gladys Lavaun Janes
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Clarence, January 25, 1931 - October 14, 2016.
   Gladys Lavaun Janes, age 85, of Clarence, passed away on Friday, October 14, 2016 at her home in Clarence.
   Funeral services were held on Monday, October 17, at the Greening-Eagan-Hayes Funeral Home in Clarence with Jamie Frankie officiating the service. The burial was held at the Maplewood Cemetery in Clarence following the funeral service.
   Memorials may be made to Neighbors Helping Neighbors.
   Online condolences may be made to
   For complete obituary, see this week's issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Obituary - Mary Rose Harrington
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Mary Rose Harrington

Shelbyville, July 4, 1936 - October 16, 2016.
   Mary Rose Harrington, age 80, of Shelbyville, passed away on Sunday, October 16, 2016 at her home in Shelbyville with her family at her side and her shadow, pet dog Penny.
   A private service will be held at a later date.
   Online condolences may be made to
   For complete obituary, see this week's edition of the Shelbina Weekly.


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