Cross-country

Tuscola Classic Cross Country 2012

Images from the annual Tuscola cross country meet that circles the park on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012.


Thursday's prep highlights: Marganski leads Hilltoppers

In volleyball

Rantoul 2, Prairie Central 0. Hannah Wascher's 10 kills and five blocks boosted the Eagles to a 25-20, 25-15 road win. Maddie Bounds had 10 kills for the Hawks.

Tremont 2, Ridgeview 0. Taylor Hastings had four kills and eight digs for the host Mustangs in a 25-10, 25-10 loss.


Memory Lane: Tuscola Classic

EACH WEEK, WE’LL TAKE A LOOK BACK AT A MEMORABLE MOMENT IN PREPS HISTORY, THANKS TO THE WORDS OF THE NEWS-GAZETTE

This week: The Tuscola Classic is synonymous with the beginning of fall, and Scott Phelps had a dandy day in 2004.

Date: Sept. 19, 2004

Headline: Phelps, Illineks sparkle


Tuesday's highlights: Milestone win for Knights coach

In volleyball

Chrisman 2, Salt Fork 0. EMILIE McFADDEN had 13 kills and six digs for the Storm in a 25-22, 25-19 loss.

Lexington 2, Fisher 0. GINA MASKO had three kills and CARLI CLIFTON had five assists for the host Bunnies in a 25-8, 25-23 loss.


Athletes of the Week: Demith and Schaap

Kailyn Demith, Champaign Central, Senior, Volleyball

Recently: Chosen to the all-tournament team after helping Central win all five of its matches and team honors in Mahomet-Seymour's 16-school invitational.

In her own words: "At the beginning of the year, we all made a goal and that was to get to state. We set it high, but we're working hard to get there."


Bulletin board: Rantoul opens Hall doors

Three former Rantoul High School athletes will be enshrined in the school's Hall of Fame during Friday's home football game against Olympia. The inductees are Sean Bubin, Ali Franzen Vander Tuuk and Gary Buhr.


Teams of the Week: A-L volleyball in spotlight

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ARTHUR-LOVINGTON VOLLEYBALL


N-G Boys' Cross-Country Top 10: STM in lead

N-G Top 10

This week: Boys' cross-country

1. St. Thomas More: Five underclassmen among top seven

2. St. Joseph-Ogden: Five underclassmen among top seven

3. Mahomet-Seymour: Five underclassmen among top seven

4. Monticello: Six underclassmen among top seven

5. Unity: Six underclassmen among top seven


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