This article will display all News-Gazette All-Area content from the 2019-2020 school year. It will be updated after the winter and spring athletic seasons as well.
Now playing at our high school Twitter account: 106 GIFs recorded during our Faces of the Winter event.
Returning from Tommy John surgery and aiming to play in the upcoming Akron baseball season after two years at Lincoln Trail College, the 2017 Georgetown-Ridge Farm grad checks in
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:
Former Champaign Central pitcher commits to Louisville baseball program
The former four-sport athlete at Tuscola — who also earned News-Gazette male Athlete of the Year status in 2018 and now starts for Kaskaskia baseball — talks with preps coordinator Colin Likas about his time thus far in Centralia:
More than 70 area high school students worked alongside N-G Media engineer Ed Bond to produce 10-second promotions for local programming, from “Penny For Your Thoughts” to “ServPro Prep Football Confidential.” They sounded terrific.
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.
SHELBY, N.C. — Allan Shepherd was aware his Danville Post 210 senior Legion baseball team on Thursday became the first since 2011 to be run-ruled in an American Legion World Series game.
The Danville Post 210 ballclub will have just as much a shot at a World Series title as the other seven teams involved from across the country, including when they open the World Series at 9 a.m. on Thursday against Destrehan (La.) Post 366.
Mason Ecker settled down after a rough first frame to toss six workmanlike innings, and the Paxton-Buckley-Loda graduate received enough run support in the form of timely hitting and fielding to give the Speakers a 7-5 victory over Post 171.
Next up for Champaign Central rising senior Isaiah Jackson: Chicago’s Guaranteed Rate Field, home of the White Sox, for Wednesday’s 12th annual Double Duty Classic. First pitch is set for 1:05 p.m.
When folks hear about the Amateur Athletic Union — much more commonly referred to as the AAU — their collective mind often wanders to basketball. But there’s more this association offers for summer activities, including the upcoming AAU Junior Olympic Games.
Centennial High School's third Athletic Hall of Fame class is set to include, among others, a former Illinois football quarterback and the current coach of Parkland men's basketball.