Williamsville was able to hold Skylar Hayes without a field goal until the final minute of the third quarter and by that time had already built a twenty point lead. The Bullets beat
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
Two of the best volleyball programs in the central Illinois area played each other in the 1A Nokomis regional championship on Thursday and this year, it was Lutheran High who got the best
Final Area Brahler Cup Standings For 2015-16 Pleasant Plains held off a huge spring surge from Williamsville to deny the Bullets back-to-back Brahler Cups. It's the third Brahler Cup title for the Cardinals in the
Area Brahler Cup Standings Through Winter Sports 2015-16 1) Pleasant Plains – 27 Points Boys Basketball — Sangamo Champions (4), Sectional Champions (4) Boys Cross Country – Sangamo Champions (4), Regional Champions (4) Football –
Matt Wendling scored 24 points, Drayton Davis added 12 and Nick Hanner chipped in 11 and the Athens Warriors continued to look the part of getting back on track Friday night. Athens beat Mt.
The Williamsville Bullets were able to respond from a tough loss last Friday night to conference rival Pleasant Plains to steamroll Mt. Pulaski 57-25 on Tuesday night. Harrison Creswell had 17 points, while Matt
The Mt. Pulaski Hilltoppers were as dominant as a team can be in the first set, winning 25-6 on Thursday night in the Class 1A Pawnee sectional championship game against Lincolnwood. The Hilltoppers would
The Mount Pulaski faced their stiffest challenge in the postseason but in the end the Toppers held off the Calhoun Warriors in straight sets, 25-22 and 25-18. Toppers shook a sluggish start from a
Mt. Pulaski beat New Berlin on Thursday 25-19, 25-10 in the 1A Edinburg Regional to claim their seventh straight regional title and their 31st in the last 32 seasons. The regional title run began
Maddy Davis tallied 13 kills and the Mt. Pulaski Hilltoppers swept a two set series over the Lutheran High Crusaders on Tuesday night. Lutheran High was without Kiersten Anderson and the 'Toppers took advantage
Mt. Pulaski bounced back from a loss to Williamsville with a straight set home win over Athens. Maddy Davis led the way, tallying 11 kills for the Toppers, who won 25-17, 25-11.
Mt. Pulaski's Maddy Davis made her decision on college, choosing to attend Louisiana Tech next year. The volleyball stand out said she liked the draw of the warmer weather and felt right at home