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RANTOUL – Chris Wagner didn't recognize Golden Hairston the first time he spotted the junior this fall, but the Rantoul boys' basketball coach liked what he saw.
URBANA – Lisa Boyce always has picked up on things pretty easily. She's always had a talent for seeing something once and almost immediately knowing how to conquer it.
The Urbana University High School junior began her swimming career at 3 and was in the pool competitively – and winning – at 5. That's about a year after her early entry into grade school. She tested out of a year of high school at Uni High, meaning the 14-year-old will start college (hopefully at UC Berkeley) at 16.
EVANSTON — Lisa Boyce’s first season as a high school swimmer ended in impressive fashion.
Boyce, the Urbana University High junior who competed for the Illineks for the first time this fall, finished fifth Saturday in the 100-yard backstroke at the state swimming and diving meet.
EVANSTON – Until this season, Urbana University High junior Lisa Boyce had never competed for her high school team.
Boyce spent her time in the pool as a member of the Champaign County Heat. She changed her mind this year and decided to join the Illineks for the fall season.
Central wins title, sends large group to state meet
CHAMPAIGN – For Norah Cetin, Saturday was a very good day.
CHAMPAIGN – She has one of the most recognizable surnames in Champaign-Urbana.
Hobbs & Co. roll to league title; Chargers third
DANVILLE – On a landmark day for Danville High School, Mamie Hobbs and Champaign Central stole the show at the Big 12 Conference girls' swimming and diving meet Saturday.
NORMAL – Centennial diver Norah Cetin set a pool record in the 1-meter event Tuesday to help the Chargers beat Normal West 105-80.
Cetin scored 255.95 points with her dives.