NORMAL – Normal Community’s Mitchell Murphy and the rest of the Intercity squad had the "green light" during the Michael Brown Memorial Central Illinois all-star games on Monday night.
Three area individuals placed in the top five during this past week’s State Farm Youth Classic in the Twin Cities.
CHARLESTON – With qualifiers in seven of the 18 events, Eureka was going to be in the hunt for a trophy (top three teams) during Friday’s two A state track finals held at O’Brien Stadium on the campus of Eastern Illinois University.
BLOOMINGTON - Cheerleaders from Eureka provided support for the Blue squad in Saturday’s Shrine all-star football game at Illinois Wesleyan University’s Tucci Stadium.
EUREKA – Strikes were hard to come by as MacCallan Conklin walked five while pitching two hitless innings for U-High on Friday.
NORMAL – Matt Martin said he felt fine, ready to go. Considering Martin’s athletic resume at Eureka, coach Dane Wear not only believed Martin he believed in him.
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NORMAL — McKenna Schaefbauer of Normal, who trains at Van Der Meer Tennis Academy in Hilton Head Island, S.C., has committed to South Carolina to play her college tennis.
Former U High coach John Johnson is the new football coach at Pontiac.
Lily Barry grew up wanting to join Illinois' volleyball program one day and the rising University High School junior standout will do so in the fall 2023.
The Intercity had the "green light" to run and took advantage with nine stolen bases in each game while sweeping the Area in Michael Brown Memorial All-Star Games.
Hudson native and El Paso-Gridley graduate Nathan Lavender is in Florida after being drafted by the New York Mets.
Round Lake guard Hakim Williams will play his college basketball at Illinois Wesleyan.
Illinois State infielder Nick Gile has been the Kernels Collegiate League's top hitter this summer.
"I committed to Illinois, I played for my home state, and now I'm rewarded with playing for my home city."
YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP) — Israel had just routed Mexico for its first Olympic baseball victory, riding a loud three-run homer by Danny Valencia that helped it jump to a six-run lead, and Nick Rickles wanted to check the reaction.
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Philadelphia Phillies (51-53, third in the NL East) vs. Pittsburgh Pirates (40-64, fifth in the NL Central)