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Lady Trojans drop four games

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
A potent Stillman Valley offense was too much for Mendota to handle as the Cardinals rolled up a 14-3 victory in Big Northern Conference softball action on April 8 at the MHS field.
Mendota jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first when Brooke Carroll led off with a single, stole second and third, and scored on a single

Trojans split games with Lutheran

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
Rockford Lutheran broke a seventh-inning tie and went on to post an 8-6 win over Mendota in Big Northern Conference varsity baseball action on April 8 at the MHS field.
Mendota had eight hits in the contest, with Will Engel picking up a pair of singles. Evan Schultz banged out a double and drove in three runs. Nathanael DeLong had

Trojans grab third-place honors in Gooden Invite; girls finish eighth

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
MENDOTA, While the usual strong winds prevailed at the Mendota High School Athletic Complex for the annual Don Gooden Co-Ed Track & Field Invitational on April 12, it was one of the warmest days in the event's history.
The Mendota boys' team put together a solid outing by finishing in third place in the team standings out of 14 squads,

MHS netters pitch shutout over Coal City

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
MENDOTA, The Mendota Trojan tennis team continued its solid play by pitching another shutout, this time a 5-0 verdict over Coal City on April 10 at the MHS courts.
Cody Phalen and Joey Meyer had an easy time in disposing of their opponents in singles play, losing just one game between the two of them.
In doubles action, the Mendota

MHS trackmen dominate at Kewanee

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
KEWANEE, The Mendota Trojan boys' track team made it outdoors for the first time this season and dominated five other teams to win at Kewanee on April 8.
The Trojans had nine first-place finishes on their way to 197 team points. Amboy-LaMoille was a distant second with 111 points, followed by Kewanee (104), Ridgewood (91), Galva (91) and Ohio (5).

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