It was another successful day on the mat for the Northern Illinois region at the individual wrestling state championships in Champaign.
The Harlem girls bowling team’s pursuit of a three-peat fell just short at the state series this weekend at Cherry Bowl as the Lady Huskies finished as the runner-up.
We saw some strong performances in the high school basketball world over the past week, and now you can tell us who you think deserves the Friday Night Nets Boys and Girls Performances of the Week.
The Harlem School Board officially confirmed Bob Moynihan as the school’s new head football coach at the board meeting Monday night, according to Harlem athletic director Kurt Weigt.
The wintry weather continues to wreak havoc around the Stateline, but that hasn’t halted the girls basketball postseason, as all four classes are now tipping off playoff games.
The Toronto Raptors will be without Rockford native Fred VanVleet for approximately three weeks as he recovers from a left thumb injury.
Hononegah’s girls basketball team got even with Boylan after losing to the Lady Titans earlier this year – the Lady Indians used a big second half surge in a 73-48 victory to hand Boylan its first conference loss of the season.
It was a busy day on the mat across all three classes of high school wrestling as tickets to the state series were punched.
The Harlem girls bowling team continued its run of dominance through the sport, winning the IHSA sectional title at Don Carter Lanes.
The Hononegah Indians boys swimming team remains the class of the NIC-10, winning the program’s ninth straight conference title at the championship meet on Saturday at Jefferson.
Friday Night Nets featured postseason basketball for the first time this winter with the small school girls brackets into the regional finals.
Rockford native Fred VanVleet scored a career-high 30 points as the short-handed Toronto Raptors beat the Atlanta Hawks, 119-101.