Cross Country

N-G Top 10: Boys' cross-country

This week: Boys’ cross-country
TEAM (previous)    REGIONAL ASSIGNMENT
1. Mahomet-Seymour (2)    Centennial 2A
2. Monticello (1)    Tuscola 1A
3. Unity (5)    Tuscola 1A
4. St. Joseph-Ogden (4)    Tuscola 1A
5. Champaign Central (7)    Centennial 2A


Tuesday's highlights: Nelson, Illineks win Twin City swimming crown

In swimming & diving

■ At Champaign.
Maddie Nelson won the 50-yard freestyle and 500 free, leading Urbana University High to first place at the Twin City Invitational at Unit 4 Pool.

Nelson completed the 50 free in 26.45 seconds. She won the 500 free in 5 minutes, 35.65 seconds.


M-S nabs Corn Belt title

RANTOUL — Mahomet-Seymour edged Normal U-High to win its first Corn Belt Conference meet Saturday. The Bulldogs totaled 31 points as their top five runners placed in the top 12.


Danville's Leverenz cruises to Big 12 title

DANVILLE — Johnny Leverenz is No. 1. With a bullet.

As in faster than a speeding ...

The Danville High senior repeated as the individual champion in Saturday’s Big 12 Conference boys’ cross-country meet and challenged the course record at Kennekuk Cove County Park. He ran the 3-mile course in 14 minutes, 46 seconds, seven seconds off the record time.


Big 12 Conference Boys and Girls Cross Country

Big 12 Conference Boys and Girls Cross Country Meet, Saturday October 19, 2013 at Kennekuk County Park in Danville. 


Thursday's highlights: Sages win OVC CC crown

In cross-country

■ At Shelbyville.
Matthew Norvell finished second, leading three teammates in the Top 10 and helping Monticello to the team title at the Okaw Valley Meet at Forest Park. The Sages, who are ranked second in Class 1A in the latest dyestat.com state rankings, had 45 points to edge third-ranked Unity (48) and fourth-ranked Shelbyville (49).


Teams of the Week: Spartans cross-country leads way

Teams
of the Week


AOTW: Danville's Lewis, Tuscola's Ponder

Athletes of the Week
 


Saturday's prep highlights: M-S runners take title

In cross-country
At Metamora. ALEX KEEBLE was second, JACKSON POWELL seventh and WILLIAM WOLF eighth as Mahomet-Seymour won the 22-team boys’ race at the Runnin’ Red Invitational. COREY WHITE was 12th for ninth-place Champaign Central. Central’s HANNAH WRIGHT (18:04) placed 12th as the Maroons finished 14th in the girls’ race.


Coach of No. 1 team on mend

 

TOLONO — Unity High School’s top-rated boys’ cross-country team will carry on — at least temporarily — without its head coach.


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