Third-quarter struggles cost Hilltoppers in debut
Duo of Block, Holloman spark Blue Devils to win
This week's report from our 37 student writers
In girls' basketball
More than 260 high school student-athletes visited The News-Gazette to take part in Faces of the Winter.
KEVIN TAYLOR’s second season at the helm of St. Joseph-Ogden girls’ basketball ended with a third-place finish in Class 2A. He offers up some thoughts on the Spartans:
PRINCETON — Paxton-Buckley-Loda football’s longest season since 1998 came to an end with a 38-12 loss to Princeton on Saturday in a Class 3A state quarterfinal game.
LUCY LUX-RULON didn’t go far to start a college track and field career after graduating from St. Thomas More in 2018, suiting up with Illinois in the high and long jumps at the Big Ten indoor meet. She checks in:
Preps coordinator Colin Likas caught up with a few standout athletes who signed their letter of intent on Friday to continue their athletic careers in college
Preps coordinator Colin Likas caught up with these standout athletes who signed their letter of intent on Wednesday to continue their athletic careers in college:
ST. JOSEPH — What’s happening with this year’s St. Joseph-Ogden volleyball team bears roots at junior high schools in Tolono and New Berlin.
When the community last bid in 2014, Champaign committed $30,000 per year to the $750,000 bid, plus $20,000 per year to Visit Champaign County. This year, the entire $50,000 would go directly to the bid.
The Hornets delivered enough of that Saturday while capitalizing on the Blue Devils’ miscues, running BHRA’s second-round postseason exit streak to five years via a 28-14 Class 2A result.