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Kroner's Soccer Insider

This is the fourth straight year the Fisher/Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley boys' soccer program hasn't had the same head coach in consecutive seasons.

And yet, there is continuity in the program that is entering its ninth year of existence.

Coaches corner: Soccer

Coaches Corner

For the fifth consecutive year, prep sports coordinator Fred Kroner contacted every boys' soccer coach from conferences in our area for their thoughts on the upcoming season. Here they are, league by league:

Positive spin on tap at Schlarman Classic

Watseka, Tuscola solve problem areas

Fred Kroner's prep volleyball insider

Each Wednesday, prep sports coordinator Fred Kroner will review volleyball action from the previous week

 

Chisholm's big day powers Maroons

Pirie, Gooch help Storm; Dombroskis lift Chargers golf; Urbana tennis rolls

 

Prep football insider

Each Monday, staff writer Marcus Jackson will offer his views on the high school football scene:

Dombroski goes low, helps Chargers soar

Blue Ridge claims Uni High soccer tourney

GIBSON CITY – Jenna Dombroski fired a 69 for medalist honors as Centennial won the team title at Saturday's Falcon Invitational at the par- 72 Railside Golf Club.

Palmer, Villa Grove run wild

VILLA GROVE – Jake Palmer rushed for 159 yards on four carries and scored twice to lead Villa Grove to a 38-20 win against Knoxville on Saturday.

"It was just one of those things where we are an option team. Jake is reading the option well. It is going to be difficult for teams to defend all of our threats on the option," Blue Devils coach Chad Musselman said.

Monticello has rough second half

MONTICELLO – It was a tale of two halves for the Monticello football team.

Poor execution and mental breakdowns in the second half led to a frustrating 48-19 loss to Moweaqua Central A&M on Friday night.

Falcons, Romshek run wild

PAXTON – Michael Romshek ran for 189 yards and one touchdown on 12 carries to lead Gibson City- Melvin-Sibley to a 35-0 win against Ford County rival Paxton-Buckley-Loda on Friday night.

Falcons coach Mike Allen, Panthers coach Greg Wood and Romshek each attributed the outcome to one deciding factor: the dominant offensive and defensive lines of GCMS.