Also expected back are juniors Ashley Johnson (attacker), Miranda Large (attacker), Ashley Parker (midfielder), Mich-aela Roys (midfielder) and Tori Schmeling (midfielder) and sophomores Emily Adams (defender), Marisol Allison (goalie), Melissa Edwards (goalie), Zoe Hartman (midfielder), Colleen Hissom (attacker), Cassie Jenkins (midfielder), Hannah Movshin (midfielder), Halli Reinhard (midfielder), Taryn Rogers (defender) and Lexi Van Cleef (midfielder).
In Brunswick’s win over Sharpsburg on Saturday, Kara Graves had three hits. Natalie Hartman, Grace Parks and Zoe Hartman each had two. Carly Bruchey had a two-run double.
Brunswick added two more runs in the bottom half. With one out, Zoe Hartman walked and Graves singled. Natalie Hartman followed with a single to bring in Zoe Hartman, while Graves scored on the throw to make it 8-1.
He is survived by three children, William Weeks II, Antonia Toni (Larry Ebker) Weeks both of Rochelle and Amelia (Chris) Anderson McNeely of Springfield, Mo.; five grandchildren, Jaime (Sam) Sitzman of Denver, Colo., Christopher Hartman of Ariz., William Richard (Amanda Raby) Anderson, Rocky (Angie) Anderson and Starr (Travis Rozell) Anderson all three of Springfield, Mo.; three great-grandchildren, Layla and Zoe Hartman and Thor Anderson; two brothers, Victor Smith of Stillman Valley and Frank (Betsy) Smith of Rochelle; a sister, Betty (Jason) Diedrich of Stillman Valley; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.