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N-G Prep Football Top 10: Week 2

Thanks to a season-opening shutout of Peoria Richwoods, Champaign Central takes over the top spot. Not far behind: Danville, which visits Tommy Stewart Field on Friday.

 

Cubbie Conversation, Aug. 29, 2016

How sweet it is to be a Cubs fan these days. With the Cardinals and Pirates in the rearview mirror, J.J. Lockwood says the Cubs are starting to count down their magic number.

Those Who Served: Brent Blackwell

Brent Blackwell, who was deployed five times to Afghanistan while on active duty for the Army, is seen here at the Chez Center in Urbana on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016.

Judy Snyder-aerobics instructor

Judy Snyder has been leading aerobics classes for decades, she still teaches low-impact aerobics for seniors at the Philips Recreation Center in Urbana three days a weeek.

Richard Faith and his piano

Richard Faith, 90, a composer and pianist, uses a 100-year-old Steinway to display his great skill at his home at Windsor of Savoy on  Wednesday, August 24, 2016.

Anthony Zilis's Helmet Stickers: Week 1

It's been a long wait, but Helmet Stickers are finally back. Big running and defensive performances dominated Week One, so runners and defenders were well-represented in this week's video.

NG Prep Football Video Tour: Centennial

Centennial brings back quarterback Chris Comet and receiver Jordan Williams, a Ball State commit, but returns just one starting offensive lineman from last year's playoff qualifier.

NG Prep Football Video Tour: St. Thomas More

St. Thomas More may have a small team, but they have talent. Quarterback DJ Lee returns better than ever after receiving a scholarship offer from Louisville this summer, and he'll do a little bit of everything for the Sabers this year.

NG Prep Football Video Tour: Champaign Central

Champaign Central comes back from a Class 5A semi-final run, but despite returning plenty of skill players, coach Nate Albaugh said his group feels like a young team.

Aerial tour: Urbana's McKinley Field

The News-Gazette aerial tour of high school football fields visits Urbana's McKinley Field. The field was named for William B.