United Community Bank Cup


The United Community Bank Cup is a prestigious award given to a pair of schools in the Springfield area that displayed the highest level of overall excellence in all sports. One United Community Bank Cup is awarded to the top Central State 8 school and the other to the top Area school. The awards are given based on the United Community Bank Cup points system. Winning schools will receive a trophy and $1,000 to that school’s athletic program. 

 

CS8 Cup Standings 2019

Fall

U-High 54

SHG 30

Glenwood 30

Rochester 16

Springfield High 4

Jacksonville 4 

MacArthur 1

Cross Country

Glenwood 4 points for conference (boys), 4 points for regional title

  4 points for conference (girls), 6 points for sectional title 

U-High 6 points for sectional title 

Sacred Heart Griffin 4 points for regional title 

Football

Glenwood 4 points for conference, 6 points for semifinals

Rochester 10 points for state title

Sacred Heart Griffin 4 points for quarterfinals

Springfield High 2 points for second round

MacArthur 1 points for playoffs

Golf

Sacred Heart Griffin 4 points for conference (boys), 8 points for top three finish at state (girls- third)

Normal U-High 4 points for conference (girls), Top 3 finish at state (2 – Lexi Onsrud (second), Reagan Kennedy (third)) 2 points; team state title 10 points; 4 points for regional title (boys)

Jacksonville 4 points for regional title (boys)

Soccer

Rochester 4 points for conference

U-High 4 points for sectional title 

Glenwood 2 points for regional title

Springfield High 2 points for regional title 

SHG 2 points for regional title 

Swimming

Sacred Heart Griffin 4 points for conference 

U-High 6 points for sectional title 

Tennis

Sacred Heart Griffin 4 points for conference 

U-High 8 points top 3 finish at state

Volleyball

U-High 4 points for conference, 6 points for super sectional title

Rochester 2 points for regional title


Area Cup Standings 

Fall

Williamsville 22

Athens 16

Auburn 12

Plains 4

Lutheran 4

Maroa-Forsyth 2

Lincolnwood 2

North Mac 1

Football: 

Williamsville 4 points for conference title, 10 points for state championship

Athens 6 points for semifinals

Auburn 4 points for quarterfinals

Maroa-Forsyth 2 points for 2nd round

North Mac 1 point for playoffs

Volleyball: 

Pleasant Plains 4 points for conference

Lutheran High 4 points for conference (MSM)

Athens 6 points for super sectional title 

Lincolnwood 2 points for regional title 

Boys Golf: 

Auburn 4 points for regional title (boys), 4 points for conference title

Boys Cross Country: 

Athens – 4 points for conference title

Girls Cross Country: 

Williamsville – 4 points for regional title, 4 points for conference title



2018-2019 Area Cup Winners – Pleasant Plains High School

2019-19 CS8  Cup Winners – Normal University High School


Area Cup History

2012-13 Pleasant Plains
2013-14 Pleasant Plains
2014-15 Williamsville
2015-16 Pleasant Plains
2016-17 Pleasant Plains

2018-2019                                                            Pleasant Plains

CS8 Cup History

2012-13 Glenwood
2013-14 Springfield High
2014-15 Glenwood
2015-16 Springfield High
2016-17 Glenwood

2018-2019                                                          Normal U-High


 

 Schools in contention for The United Community Bank Cup

CS8

Eisenhower MacArthur
Glenwood Rochester
Jacksonville SHG
Lanphier Southeast
U-High Springfield

 

Area

Athens Lutheran Pleasant Plains
Auburn Maroa-Forsyth Pittsfield
Buffalo TC Morrisonville PORTA
Calvary Mt. Pulaski Riverton
Edinburg New Berlin South County
Illini Central North Mac South Fork
Lincolnwood Pawnee Williamsville

United Community Bank Cup – Point System
Schools are only awarded points for their furthest post-season accomplishment. For example, if a school makes the state championship game in baseball they gets the designated 8 points. They don’t get an additional 6 for a super sectional, 4 for a sectional and 2 for a regional title. Team Conference Titles = 4 Point
Individual Top 3 at State – 1 point
Individual State Title – 3 points
(Individual events would include relays in swimming and track, doubles in tennis, etc.)

CROSS COUNTRY
Regional Title – 4 points
Sectional Title – 6 points
Top 3 Team Finish at State – 8 points
Win State Title – 10 points

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
Regional Title – 2 points
Sectional Title – 4 points
Supersectional Title – 6 points
Make State Title Game – 8 points
Win State Title – 10 points

BASKETBALL
Regional Title – 2 points
Sectional Title – 4 points
Supersectional Title – 6 points
Make State Title Game – 8 points
Win State Title – 10 points

FOOTBALL
Make Playoffs – 1 point
Make 2nd Round – 2 points
Make quarterfinals – 4 points
Make semifinals – 6 points
Make State Title Game – 8 points
Win State Title – 10 points

GOLF(Boys/Girls)
Regional Title – 4
Sectional Title – 6
Top 3 Team Finish at State – 8
Win Team State Title – 10

SOCCER(Boys/Girls)
Regional Title – 2
Sectional Title – 4
Super Sectional Title – 6
Make State Title Game – 8
Win State Title – 10

Swimming/Diving(Boys/Girls)
Sectional Title – 6 points
Top 3 Team Finish at State – 8
Win Team State Title – 10

TENNIS(Boys/Girls)
Sectional Title – 6 points
Top 3 Team Finish at State – 8 points
Win Team State Title – 10

TRACK(Boys/Girls)
Sectional Title – 6 points
Top 3 Team Finish at State – 8
Win Team State Title – 10

Volleyball
Regional Title – 2
Sectional Title – 4
Supersectional Title – 6
Make State Title Game – 8
Win State Title – 10

Wrestling
Regional Title – 4
Sectional Title – 6
Top 3 Team Finish at State – 8
Win Team State Title – 10

Tie Breakers
1) Most team State Titles
2) Most Conference Titles
3) Most individual State Titles

 

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