Like the past two years, we’re giving our weekly honorees a chance to show off their teammates:
ARIELLE SUMMITT posted a strong first year running for Johns Hopkins, racing at the NCAA Division III outdoor national championships and the USATF U20 national meet. The Uni High alumna checks in.
Take a look at Saturday night's area prep highlights.
Check out the area cross-country leaders for both boys and girls.
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.
Entering his 18th year at the helm of Mahomet-Seymour boys’ cross-country NEAL GARRISON is trying to get his athletes back to the heights of consecutive state titles in 2016 and 2017. He checks in before a new run:
Local cross-country kicks off Aug. 26 with a triangular meet at Clinton, also involving Sullivan. Here are 10 other meets to look out for in 2019 (not including any conference meets).
For Ryder James, the past didn’t dictate his future. James immediately made an impact as a freshman last school year, placing 12th in the Class 1A meet to increase PBL’s all-state list size.
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.