After being down 3-0, Tri-City/Sangamon Valley scored four unanswered runs to beat Maroa-Forsyth 4-3 on Tuesday.
Jake Pennell scored a game high 17 points, all of which came in the first half as Williamsville beat Maroa-Forsyth 60-25 on Tuesday on David Root Court. Joe Mitchell added 14 points and
We've got weekly power rankings and this week we each give you our personal starting five for both the CS8 and the area.
Maroa Forsyth Student Athletes Talk About Leading Fall Brahler Cup Standings Area newcomer Maroa-Forsyth leads a very tight race in the Brahler Cup standings after the fall sports season. The Trojans made
The second week of the CS8 Power Rankings offers a little bit of shuffling throughout the 1-10 spot. We also debut our Area Power Rankings.
Our first basketball edition of the high school basketball season for the 2016-17 school year. We've got two games on Friday and a full CS8 slate on Saturday at the PCCC! Every team in
Every year, the Channel1450.com team looks back at the end of the football season to determine who, in our opinion, had the most outstanding seasons in our area. We produce an Area and Central
Maroa-Forsyth was able to force three Deer Creek-Mackinaw turnovers, but the Trojans did not manufacture any points off of the takeaways leading to a 35-7 defeat in the 2A state championship game. Chiefs
Three teams remain. Three preeminent programs in Maroa-Forsyth, Rochester and SHG that have combined for 11 state championships since 2006. Will there be three more notches in the win column come this weekend?
Maroa-Forsyth’s run of excellence continues. The Trojans running clocked former Okaw foe, Shelbyville in the 2A state semifinal, 48-8 to advance to the program’s sixth state championship in 11 years. Maroa-Forsyth heads to Champaign to
On Saturday, Maroa-Forsyth will play in its ninth state semifinal appearance since 2004 when the Trojans host Shelbyville. We sat down with Trojans senior quarterback, Tyler Ray, who has returned this year from
Four teams remain! Maroa-Forsyth, North Mac, Rochester and SHG are alive in its respective state semifinals, all in different classes. All of the area teams will also host playoff games, which is a rarity.
North Mac and Rochester played two epic quarterfinal games on Saturday. North Mac survived in double overtime to defeat Tolono Unity to advance to the school's first semifinal appearance. Rochester on the other hand
Maroa-Forsyth was staring at a two touchdown deficit heading into the fourth quarter at home in their 2A quarterfinal against Duquoin. Deondre Gregory, Tyler Ray and Jackson Nelson stepped up and the Trojans
Maroa Forsyth moved to the quarterfinals of the 2A south bracket on Saturday with a 41-34 win at Eldorado. The Trojans will host Duquoin next Saturday.