All Boys' Basketball Content

All Boys' Basketball Content

Boys' hoops preview: Save the Date

Key dates on this season's schedule.

Boys' hoops preview: Ex-Viking Brigham on the move

Senior Mikel Brigham, an All-Area second-team selection last season while attending Danville High School, is in the starting lineup at center for Marion High School's second-ranked team in Indiana.

In the team's opening-game victory, the 6-foot-5 Brigham had nine rebounds and eight points.

Boys' hoops preview: Coaches Corner

Prep sports coordinator Fred Kroner contacted head coaches of teams in area conferences to get their thoughts on the season. The results:

PBL stays perfect

Cox, fellow seniors lead way; BCL falls at home

PAXTON – Clifton Central tried its best to contain Paxton-Buckley-Loda standout Kendall Cox, but the senior guard foiled the Comets' strategy in a Sangamon Valley Conference game Thursday night.

Athletes of the Week

A look at the N-G Athletes of the Week

Kroner: We can learn a lot from our history

The world is not like it was when my father was a teenager.

In most aspects that is a good thing. We now can watch sports on television, for example, while talking to a buddy on a cell phone and at the same time, heating a pizza in the microwave.

Riley leads Tribe to first victory

SHILOH – Tony Riley made four three-pointers and finished with 14 points, and Shelby Eisenhauer scored 12 to lead Judah Christian to a 46-33 win against Shiloh on Tuesday.

The victory was the first of the season for the Tribe.

Sages pick up where they left off

MONTICELLO – Having five new starters – three of whom return with significant varsity minutes – and only two seniors on the roster would be cause for concern for most teams.

That's not the case for Monticello's boys' basketball team.

 

Cox's quick getaway helps propel Panthers

PAXTON – Paxton- Buckley-Loda hopes its long-range shooting and defense will carry the team a long way this season.

The Panthers (5-0), behind guard Kendall Cox's game-high 29 points, defeated Hoopeston Area 78-46 on Tuesday night in nonconference action.

Good-shooting Knights prevail

ARTHUR – Since joining the Okaw Valley Conference in 2007, the Tuscola Warriors have dominated against their former Little Okaw Valley Conference mates.

Tuesday night, the LOVC sent the Warriors a little payback.