From Illinois football caoch Lovie Smith to the St. Joseph-Ogden baseball team to veteran local sports photographer Craig Pessman, sports editor Matt Daniels captures how local individuals are coping with the coronavirus pandemic and its effect on sports.
Max Wyninger refused to ignore the obvious.
The sports world is still on hiatus because of the global health threat caused by the coronavirus pandemic. As he will until the crisis subsides, sports editor Matt Daniels spent the week telling the stories of those affected by the pandemic in a variety of ways.
When will Illinois prep events get back on track? The answer is unclear.
The wait is ongoing for area teams. Area players. Area coaches. Area parents. When will sports resume as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic? Good question. Until then, sports editor Matt Daniels spent the week telling the stories of those impacted by the pandemic in a variety of ways.
PAXTON — It wouldn’t have been the least bit unusual earlier this century to see Paxton-Buckley-Loda’s athletic teams squaring off against those of St. Joseph-Ogden and St. Thomas More.
Illini Prairie Conference officials are seeking a football-only member school, but they’re also leaving the door open for a school to join the league in all sports.
Part of the 2018 regional-champion Champaign Central boys’ soccer team, the 2019 Maroons alumnus checks in with preps coordinator Colin Likas
This article will display all News-Gazette All-Area content from the 2019-青鹏棋牌 school year. It will be updated after the winter and spring athletic seasons as well.
Why he’s Coach of the Year: When his current seniors were freshmen, Burkybile’s Sages won three matches. They ran that total all the way up to 20 this season with just three losses and a tie otherwise as Monticello secured its first regional championship since 2014 and rattled off a nine-mat…
Preps coordinator Colin Likas caught up with these standout athletes who signed their letter of intent on Wednesday to continue their athletic careers in college:
On a day in which rain poured and temperatures dipped into the 40s, it took the top-seeded Maroons (19-4-3) time to thaw against the fourth-seeded Braves (15-6-3).
The Sabers debuted a sleeper pick in Friday evening’s Class 1A STM Regional final versus Judah Christian when coach James Johnson thrust sophomore Blake Staab into the net after 100 minutes of soccer.