HALL OF FAME


PORTRAIT


DARCY DAGUE SCHEUER



Darcy Dague Scheuer
graduated from THS in 1993 and was a two sport standout lettering four years each in volleyball and basketball.   In the fall, on the volleyball court, Darcy immediately made an impact on the team as a freshman.  She earned All-Apollo Conference Honorable Mention in her first season.    During her sophomore and junior seasons, Dague was selected to the Edinburg All-Tournament Team and received First Team All-Apollo Conference accolades both seasons. As  a senior, Darcy led the Tornadoes to their second straight Apollo conference championship, was again selected to the All-Apollo Conference First Team. She was named team MVP and Co-Captain and earned All-Tournament status at both the  Mattoon and Carlinville tournaments.

On the basketball court, Darcy was equally impressive. A starter all four years, she became the second All-Time Leading Scorer for the Tornadoes with 1,499 career points.  As a freshman, Dague was selected as an honorable mention All-Apollo Conference member.  Scoring 598 points her sophomore season, Darcy earn All-Apollo Conference First Team honors and an All Decatur Area 2nd team selection.  She repeated as an All-Conference player as a junior. As a senior, she was again a first team All-Apollo selection, was a Decatur All Area Selection,  was WTIM  MVP winner, co-team MVP and was selected to participate in the Illinois Women’s Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game.  She was chosen a Springfield All Area selection in 1991, 1992 and 1993.  The Decatur Herald and Review honored Darcy with  an All-Area First Team selections both in 1992 and 1993.


She was a three year all-tournament selection in each of the Galesburg , Jacksonville and Carrollton Tournaments.  Highlights of her personal bests include a school record 26 games in double figures in a single season, a high single game record of 41 points and the second career scoring record of 1499 points.


Darcy culminated her Tornado basketball career by being named to both the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association  and the Champaign News-Gazette All-State Teams.


Following graduation, Darcy attended Western Illinois University, where she was a member of the Division I Leatherneck Volleyball Team.