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2018 football, volleyball, boys' soccer schedules/results

  • 2018 FOOTBALL SCHEDULES

Arcola
DATE        OPPONENT            TIME/RESULT    RECORD
Aug. 25    vs. South Beloit        W 42-0        1-0

Cross-country leaders: Oct. 19, 2018

BOYS

RUNNER, SCHOOL TIME

G. Dixon, Monticello 14:40

Powll, Mahomet-Seymour 14:44

Lalwani, Uni High 15:15

Woodard, Unity 15:20

Hall, AL/AH 15:24

Moreman, Danville 15:41

Manolakes, Centennial 15:46

McCune, St. Joseph-Ogden 15:48

James, PBL 15:49

SJ-O respects opponent, but focused on its own goals

ST. JOSEPH — Shawn Skinner displayed his movie acumen when describing how well Monticello football has played this season.

"They're mobile, agile and hostile," the SJ-O football coach said, referencing a well-known line from the 2000 film "Remember the Titans," about a 1971 high school football team in Virginia. "You name it, they've got it."

Poulter hits another gear as quarterback of Illini attack

CHAMPAIGN — Jordyn Poulter's summer was a successful one. The Illinois senior setter was the only collegiate athlete on the U.S. Women's National Team roster for the Pan-American Cup, and she helped lead that volleyball team chock full of former Big Ten standouts to a gold medal.

Poulter's summer was also an uncomfortable one. In a good way.

Numbers Game: How will the Illini use freshmen for the rest of the season

CHAMPAIGN — Illinois never had the inclination to move away from AJ Bush Jr. at quarterback as its offense struggled last Saturday against Purdue. Illini football coach Lovie Smith thought there were more problems.

Asmussen | Big shoes to fill for Jones

Wearing No. 5 means something special for an Illinois basketball player.

Tevian Jones gets it. He understands the significance.

"It's some big footsteps to follow," Jones said. "I think I'm up to the challenge."

The freshman from California by way of Arizona is the latest to wear the number made famous at Illinois by Hall of Famer Deron Williams.

Top of the Morning, Oct. 19, 2018

The honors continue for former Mahomet-Seymour athlete-turned-hero JASON SEAMAN. This time, courtesy of his alma mater Southern Illinois.

Seaman will serve as grand marshal for this weekend's homecoming parade. He will attend Saturday's game between Southern Illinois and Indiana State.

Thursday's prep highlights: Ellis stays alive in consolation bracket

In girls' tennis

Class 2A state tournament

Rivals ready to Paint the Field Pink

OAKWOOD — While Oakwood and Salt Fork will battle it out on the football field Friday, the two communities are coming together to fight a much bigger cause.

Class 1A Judah Christian boys' soccer sectional semifinal highlights

Video highlights from the Class 1A Judah Christian boys' soccer sectional semifinals on Oct. 17, 2018, with postmatch reaction from Judah Christian coach Josh Birky and athlete Griffin Fazio, and Uni High coach Phil Anders and athlete Albert Lee.