You've heard the story about the guy who had a screw loose, but I bet you haven't heard about the variation which happened Wednesday night at Centennial High School.
The juggernaut that is Westville High School football surfaced again Friday as the Tigers captured the Coal Bucket trophy for the fourth consecutive year and for the sixth time in the past seven years, whipping Georgetown-Ridge Farm 54-20.
We don't know who is responsible for the scheduling of football games in the Vermilion Valley Conference, but that person deserves a rousing ovation.
How did you spend your Saturday? Watching another last-second Illini football loss? Maybe you were attacking the leaves in your gutters?
Five is the magic number, but it might not be the correct number.
Area radio stations do a great job of providing play-by-play of their local high school football, basketball and, occasionally, volleyball games.
Fans who were a minute late to Friday night's football game at Danville's Whitesell Field missed a lot.
I'm often asked why the articles in the newspaper the day after events I cover have only a limited about of detail about the particular game itself.
It seems there is seldom a game that passes -- whatever the sport -- where the men or women officiating the game are not criticized for a call, or lack therof.