Springfield High celebrated six college signees on Thursday afternoon, as the following Senators signed their NLIs to officially play their respective sport at the college level. Lauren Ferguson (Track) – University of Illinois
Here are this week’s candidates for the Welcome Home Realty Prime Time Performer. You can vote once every 12 hours until the polls close on Friday at 5 p.m.
Glenwood came into the 2019 CS8 swim meet looking to go back to back, and they did exactly that, despite some stiff competition from Normal U-High and a few excellent individual swimmers. The
From throw downs to takedowns, this week’s #BigNasty has it all. Girls City hoops, a few big time boys hoops matchups, and plenty of action on the mats gave us maybe our most
Senior swimmer Michael Patton, who took his junior year off from swimming, had taking the City Swim title back high on his list for senior year. The senior, along with a ton of
With boys City Swim tonight it seemed like a good time to take a dip with Springfield High diver Drew Harmon for this week’s #TQT. Drew tells us about his cheerleading aspirations, explains
Springfield High celebrated six seniors on Thursday who made their college athletic decisions official. Check below for a full list of who signed and to see where they’re headed. Ozzy Erewele –
Levi Vorreyer was dominant once again in the diving pool, as he has been all season. The Glenwood freshman finished with a total score of 451.30 to take first place in diving and
Kerker & Darrell Lynch talk about the reason for giving away an 256 GB, 10.5 inch iPad to a high school junior or senior.
SHG led Glenwood by a single point after the fall sports season but the Titans flipped the script over the winter, pushing past the Cyclones thanks to a strong showing from the Glenwood
On this page, you'll find all of Channel1450.com's coverage of Ryan Held at the Division I Swimming Championships in Indianapolis powered by St. John's Hospital.
What’s it like to see your son to burst on the swimming scene, become one of the best swimmers in the world, win Olympic Gold Medal and be named the ACC’s most valuable
Ryan Held finished in second place in the 50-yard freestyle behind Florida’s Caeleb Dressel with a time of 18.6. Dressel won his third consecutive NCAA title in the 50 and now owns the
NC State took first place in the 800 yard freestyle relay on Wednesday at the Division I Swimming Championships. The Wolfpack’s time of 6:06.53 broke a new NCAA record, as well as a new
Ryan Held crushed NC State and conference records at the ACC championship two weeks ago and he'll carry that momentum to Indianapolis for next week's NCAA championship.