Luke Clapp, Tri-County, football, Sophomore
Recently: Accounted for every point in his team's playoff win against Arcola, including a touchdown and two-point conversion run in overtime. He finished with 123 yards and three TDs.
Your coach (Adam) is your older brother. Can you beat him up? Probably not. He's 27, I'm 15.
EAST PEORIA – Brittany Bohn placed 10th to lead the Mahomet-Seymour girls' cross-country team to a fourth-place team finish Saturday and a spot at the Class 2A state meet next weekend in Peoria.
Zeke Elkins, St. Joseph-Ogden, junior, Cross-country
Recently: Won the regional race at Kickapoo with the fifth-fastest time by a Spartan on the course (15 minutes, 58 seconds).
I need concert tickets to ... Hawthorne Heights.
I'm dying to see ... "Skyline."
I'm always texting ... my dad.
Brandon Pratt had six touchdowns and a season-high 236 yards rushing as Westville capped a 9-0 season by overpowering Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman in the Coal Bucket game. The victory was the ninth in a row for the Tigers in the series.
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DANVILLE – Runners from St. Joseph-Ogden and Unity high schools shared the good times Saturday at Kickapoo State Park.
The Spartans had the dominant individual champions in the boys' and girls' 3-mile regional races, with team honors going to the SJ-O girls for the fourth consecutive year and Unity's boys for the second time in four seasons.
MONTICELLO – Four of the top five regional runners were from Monticello and the second-ranked Sages cruised to team honors in their own Class 1A boys' race on Saturday at Lodge Park.