TODAY

Mattoon Middle softball at Charleston Middle, 5 p.m.

Mattoon Middle, which beat St Anthony 15-9 last week to even its record to 1-1, travels to face a Charleston Middle team that has allowed only three hits across two games in which it twice won 12-0.

WEDNESDAY

CHS Boys Golf vs. Olney, 4 p.m.

he Trojans will continue their five-day golf stretch at Richland Country Club. Olney finished seventh in the IHSA Mattoon Regional last year. Senior Ethan Rogers returns after qualifying for the sectional as an individual. 

CHS Girls Golf vs. Teutopolis, 4:15 p.m.

The Lady Trojans play host to Apollo Conference newcomer Teutopolis. On Monday, Hannah Harpster fired a 42 and teammate Taryn Pearson a 45 to lead Charleston girls golf to an easy victory over Taylorville on Monday at Charleston Country Club, 190-238.

Last year, Teutopolis finished ninth in the Effingham St. Anthony Regional. Returning is senior, Averie Bushue, who finished with the second-best sectional qualifying score last season. Bushue and teammate Lexie Niebrugge placed fifth in the better-ball Charleston Scramble last week. 

THURSDAY

CHS Girls Tennis vs. Mount Zion, 4:15 p.m.

The Lady Trojans take on conference foe Mount Zion, which placed eighth at the Quincy Notre Dame sectional last ffall. No member from Mount Zion reached an Apollo Conference final nor advanced to state. 

MHS, CHS boys & girls XC at EIU, 4:30 p.m.

Both Mattoon and Charleston ran a cross country fun run at Douglas Heart Nature Center on Monday afternoon. Mattoon’s Kylie Haacke led Mattoon with a three-mile time of 20 minutes, while Brock Davee led the boys with a time of 16 minutes, 3 seconds. Sam Ferrar posted a combined time of 17:22, followed by Trent Hettinger (17:36), Brandon Creel (18:05), and Quincy Hamilton (18:20). Charleston’s results were unavailable. The sequel will be ran at the Panther Trail on Thursday. 

CHS Boys Golf vs. Mount Zion, 4 p.m.

After teeing off against Olney, the Trojans will play their fourth match in four days. Mount Zion will feature a rebuilding team. Last year, Mount Zion finished eighth in the IHSA Regional that Charleston won. The Braves are led by senior Cole Purdeu, who qualified for the sectional last year as a junior. The team’s other sectional qualifier, Jack Lebo, graduated.