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Question of the Week: Who wins, Central or Centennial?

Question of the Week:

Who wins Friday's boys' basketball game, Central or Centennial?

Staff writer MARCUS JACKSON says ... CENTENNIAL

Teams of the Week

TRI-COUNTY GIRLS' BASKETBALL

The Titans (12-4) raised their winning streak to seven games by opening Little Okaw Valley Conference action with back-to-back wins. Amber Meyer had 15 points and Autumn Meyer 14 points in a win against South Piatt.

ARCOLA BOYS' BASKETBALL

Bulletin Board: STM makes hoops history

Wrestling in Saturday spotlight

Athletes of the Week

 

Kegan Skelton

Centennial, swimmer

Senior

Recently: Diver followed up on win at New Trier Invitational with a record-setting performance in the Centennial Invitational. His score of 528.85 took down a record that had stood since 1994 (463.80).

Chart Toppers: Longest tenured area basketball coaches

Chart toppers

Today's topic:

Longest-tenured varsity basketball head coaches at one school, courtesy Jeff Huth

No. 1

Nancy Stiff, Arcola

N-G Boys' Basketball Top 10

This week's: Boys' basketball

SCHOOL (Prvs.) RECORD

1. Paxton-Buckley-Loda (1) 14-0 n Assigned to its own Class 2A regional

2. Danville (2) 8-6 n Assigned to Bradley-B. Class 4A regional

3. Salt Fork (3) 14-1 n Assigned to its own Class 1A regional at Catlin

UI-Penn State notes: McCamey has rare off night

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In an effort to attract students, Penn State offered $5 student tickets for Tuesday's game. Ticket sales benefited the PSU Dance Marathon, a worthy operation that raises funds for pediatric cancer research.

Live from Penn State

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - So that's what happens when Illinois doesn't light the nets on fire.

The Illini come fluttering back down to earth.

Penn State stumped No. 16 Illinois with a 57-55 upset tonight at sparsely attended Bryce Jordan Center.

Reports: Liuget to declare for draft

ESPN reporting Corey Liuget is third Illini to declare early

Michigan settles on Hoke

ANN ARBOR, Mich.— Michigan picked San Diego State's Brady Hoke as its new football coach on Tuesday, hours after LSU said Les Miles would be staying in the Bayou.