The Genoa-Kingston football team has been a steady contender near the top of the Big Northern Conference in recent years, and show no signs of slowing down in 2019.
Dixon’s football team has become a playoff regular over the past few years under head coach Dave Smith.
Harlem’s Brighton Young is off to a strong start in the high school golf season, as she took home the individual championship at the Rockford Country Club Invitational.
The Sobos football team enters Year 2 under Sam Cady as head coach eyeing positive strides towards more improvement on the field.
North Boone enters a new coaching era in 2019 as they try to write a new chapter to their winning culture in recent years.
Ashton-Franklin Center football failed to find the win column in 2018, and has high hopes for a return to form in 2019.
The Oregon football team improved by two wins last season and is optimistic that trend can continue towards a potential playoff berth in 2019.
The Rockford Christian football team has trended upward in recent years, and now hopes to add a third straight playoff berth in 2019.
Some of the best young golfers in the Rockford area will come together to compete for a state championship Saturday.
Orangeville may be a small school in a small town, but the Broncos have big hopes for this football season with a few seniors leading the way.
Forreston won the 1-A state championship last year, and the Cardinals are hungry for more.