Nathaniel Khachaturian, Senior, St. Thomas More
Fired a 68 to tie for second at the 22-school Raider/Redbird Classic.
I can't wait to see ... "A-Team."
I need concert tickets to ... Journey.
If I had a million dollars, I'd ... spend it on cars.
– St. Thomas More's BEN DODDS shot 3-under 69 to finish second in the John Macek Invitational on the UI Orange Course on Monday. The Sabers finished third in the 15-team meet. Salt Fork's MAT BOWEN was fourth with a 70, and St. Thomas More's NATHANIEL KHACHATURIAN placed ninth at 73.
BLOOMINGTON – Mahomet-Seymour's Seth Trolia and Adam Guth helped lead the Bulldogs to second place Wednesday at the Raider Classic at the Den.
Trolia shot a 1-over-par 73 and Guth recorded a 2-over 74 for M-S' boys' golf team, which totaled 301 to finish 2 strokes behind first-place Lake Forest.
Trolia tied for fifth, and Guth tied for eighth.
High School Boys
Iroquois West 170, Watseka 191
Clinton 175, Monticello 178, Shelbyville 191
LeRoy 182, Blue Ridge 185, GCMS 195
2010 Raider Classic At the Den Golf Course, Bloomington
1. Lake Forest 299
NORMAL – Seth Trolia led Mahomet-Seymour's boys' golf team with a 72, and the Bulldogs won the 22-team Raider/Redbird Classic on Tuesday based on a fifth-man tiebreaker.
St. Thomas More's Nathaniel Khachaturian tied for second with a 68.
High School Boys
Danville 318, Bismarck Henning 342
GCMS 197, Fisher 216
High School Girls
Blue Ridge Invitational at Woodlawn CC
1. Mahomet-Seymour 376
TUSCOLA – Stan Wienke hasn't had time to decorate his office yet, but a few mementos still grace the walls of the space he once called his own for five years.
So many teams, so many choices.
More than three decades spent covering prep teams in the Champaign-Urbana area has created countless memories.
TEAMS OF THE YEAR
1. Salt Fork boys' basketball. Storm will be the hunted, not the hunter, next year in Class 1A.
2. Tuscola football. In last four years, 45 wins and three state championship-game berths.
3. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley wrestling. Falcons have elevated program to an elite level in Class 1A.
In 2005, we asked Fred Kroner to come up with a formula to fairly evaluate all of our area schools against one another, whether they competed in five sports or in 20.