Our first spring sports season Plays of the Week! That only means that warm weather is right around the corner. We’ve got a last second game-winning goal, some fine plays out on the
SHG Student Athletes Talk About Leading The Brahler Cup Standings After The Fall Sports Season Sacred Heart Griffin has the slimmest of leads in the CS8 Brahler Cup standings after the fall
Springfield High won its sixth straight City swimming title, compiling a total of 147 points throughout the evening at Eisenhower Pool. Sacred Heart-Griffin finished in second place, while Southeast came in third place.
SHG swimmer Abby Fierstos has an infatuation with President Obama. She does a killer impression of her mom, Annelise who is the Cyclones’ swim coach. She is a terrible driver, dances to Kendrick
Marah and Farah Abu-TaYeh have wreaked havoc on the basketball court and soccer field throughout their illustrious Williamsville careers. The twins will continue their athletic careers on the pitch together at Marshall University.
It was an all female affair on Wednesday morning at Glenwood High School as five Lady Titans signed their letters of intent to attend various colleges and universities. Alexis Preski, a swimmer, signed with
Hope Tewes and Danielle Wood of Pleasant Plains signed their National Letters of Intent on Tuesday afternoon. Tewes will be heading to Murray State to compete in track and Wood signed with the University of
After driving over 45 minutes every day to practice for the past few years, the time and dedication has finally paid off for Illini Central senior swimmer Emily Martin. Martin signed her letter of
Springfield juniors Camryn Milling and Caitlin Tierney each won two individual events and combined to help win another relay as Springfield High comfortably claimed their fifth consecutive City Swim Meet title at Eisenhower Pool