The IHSA Board of Directors on Wednesday held a discussion update, at which no action was taken regarding currently postponed winter sports.
After initially allowing schools to start their basketball seasons on Nov. 16, the IHSA Board of Directors on Thursday sided with Gov. J.B. Pritzker's recent COVID-19 pandemic mitigations.
Illinois governor on Tuesday put forth enhanced mitigations statewide in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
They signed national letters of intent with California-Berkeley women's swimming and diving and Tennessee-Martin men's track and field, respectively.
The IHSA Board of Directors on Wednesday opted to go against recommendations of Gov. J.B. Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Public Health and will start the 2020-21 hoops campaign in November.
The IHSA Board of Directors on Wednesday is expected to release its plan for the 2020-21 winter sports season, though Gov. J.B. Pritzker's Tuesday announcement about sports my change the final decision.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker preempted Wednesday's IHSA Board of Directors meeting that will address the 2020-21 winter sports season amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Uni High's Reed Broaders ended her prep career with three event triumphs, while Centennial's Hannah Hong capped her own tenure with a diving title.
The Illineks convinced their administration to let them compete this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic and will take part in three meets when all is said and done.
Our annual Faces of the Winter photo shoot took place outside The News-Gazette on Sunday, 177 high schoolers visiting in masks and uniforms for an event hosted by preps editor Colin Likas and photo editor Robin Scholz.
The IHSA Board of Directors on Monday also approved club sports-related rules that will allow for some flexibility in multiple ventures.
The News-Gazette on Sunday will conduct its annual Faces of Winter photo shoot — and the pictures will run regardless of what happens to those sports' seasons.
Each week through the rest of the school year, we’ll highlight especially outstanding performances from area athletes and show them with their biggest supporters — their family.
Urbana is finding success late in the regular season, while Mahomet-Seymour and St. Thomas More are looking to next week's sectional meet.
Craig Anderson told The News-Gazette that sectionals will mark the end of the IHSA seasons for golf, cross-country, girls' tennis and girls' swimming and diving.
Fan attendance is possible at some local fall sports events, but school and team leaders at other contests need to find ways to keep supporters in the know.