Former DACC pitcher Hicks tabbed to replace Bunton in the dugout
The area sports world is still on hiatus because of the global health threat caused by the coronavirus pandemic. As he will until the crisis subsides, sports editor Matt Daniels spent the week telling the stories of those affected by the pandemic in a variety of ways.
Centennial graduate figures to be a key cog in the Cardinals' rotation during the 2021 season
Nikia McGlory’s incoming cheerleading team at Danville Area Community College met for the first time not in a gym but at a church.
James Johnson in May stepped down as the St. Thomas More boys' and girls' soccer coach to take over the Parkland College women's program.
The wait is ongoing for area teams. Area players. Area coaches. Area parents. When will sports resume as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic? Good question. Until then, sports editor Matt Daniels spent the week telling the stories of those impacted by the pandemic in a variety of ways.
Questions this week about one of the coolest privately owned buildings in the Champaign-Urbana area, plus how an uninsured motorist could cost the city of Champaign $30,000 or more.
Raised in Champaign. Division I athletes. Pro basketball players. Parkland College men's basketball coaches Anthony Figueroa and Coleco Buie part of powerhouse third Hall of Fame class for Chargers.
The team spends a chunk of the week before Thanksgiving in Charleston, W.Va., not only competing for a national title, but also exploring the city.
Sports Editor MATT DANIELS caught up with Cliff Hastings to find out more about his program before the Cobras depart for West Virginia and the start of the 16-team NJCAA Division II national tournament on Thursday:
After each big point, freshman Raeanne Allen, who is second on the team with 1.20 blocks per set, celebrates with exuberance and excitement unmatched by her peers, even in a sport in which loud celebrations after each point are common.
SHELBY, N.C. — An infield single in the bottom of the ninth inning early Tuesday morning ended the American Legion World Series hopes of Danville Post 210 senior baseball.