Swimming and Diving

Swimming and Diving

Thursday's prep highlights: Warriors win SVC tournament title

In boy's basketball

Chick-fil-A Classic

Wednesday's prep highlights: Comets advance to Vermilion County championship

In girls' basketball

Vermilion County Tournament

Tuesday's prep highlights: Hoopeston, BHRA both pick up 2nd county victory

In boys' basketball

Chick-fil-A Classic

Trinity Catholic (Mo.) 70, Champaign Central 50. Khailieo Terry starred in his usual role for the Maroons (8-8), scoring 16 points alongside 12 points from Sam Beesley, but Central couldn't answer Trinity's strong finish to the first half and fell in tournament action.

Snow alters Saturday's prep scheduling

Thus far in the 2018-19 winter high school sports season, Illinois-based teams and their fans have experienced good luck with the weather.

But that all changes this weekend, as projected significant snowfall has caused mass cancellations to area contests.

Thursday's prep highlights: Crowe, Knudsen both tally 1,000th point in IPC play

In boys' basketball

LeRoy 75, Blue Ridge 30. Nick Perry put away four three-pointers to help the host Panthers (10-4) to a non-league win over the Knights (10-9). Perry finished with 24 points, and Nate Sammer contributed nine points to aid LeRoy's cause. Zach Stephens piled up 13 points for Blue Ridge.

Area boys' swimming and diving leaders: Jan. 8, 2019

200 Medley Relay

School Time

Champaign Central 1:48.11

Centennial 1:48.48

Urbana 1:54.40

Mahomet-Seymour 2:02.13

Danville 2:14.28

200 Freestyle

Swimmer, School Time

Lane Wagner, Danville 1:49.75

Ryan Wierschem, Champaign Central 1:50.23

Cole Grimes, Centennial 1:54.90

Saturday's prep highlights: Six Hawks take wrestling titles, Makail Stanley shines

In boys’ basketball

Taylorville Shootout

Centennial vs. Champaign Central boys' swim & dive highlights

Video highlights from a boys' swimming and diving meet between Centennial and Champaign Central on Jan. 2, 2019, with post-meet reaction from Chargers coach Courtney Lehmann and athlete Cole Grimes, as well as Maroons coach Dave Young.

Chargers outlast Maroons in matchup of Unit 4 'friendly' competitors

CHAMPAIGN — When Centennial and Champaign Central meet up in the pool, the atmosphere tends to be different from that of some other sports.

Chargers junior Cole Grimes, for example, likes to "look at it as we're Champaign" and not a pair of rivals.

Doesn't mean Grimes and his Charger pals can't enjoy spoiling the Maroons' senior night.