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.
Aquin grad Sophie Brunner has a new summer job lined up when she gets home from her 2nd professional season in Italy.
Due to potentially record-cold invading the region this week, and the resulting closure of Northern Illinois University beginning Tuesday night (Jan. 29) at 10 p.m. through Wednesday, January 30, NIU Athletics has made changes to its home basketball schedule this week.
The Harlem Huskies are IHSA boys bowling state champions for the second time in the last three years.
The Rockford IceHogs won their last game before the AHL All-Star break, their second in a row in as many days, beating the Iowa Wild 3-1 at the BMO Harris Bank Center.
It was a busy day on the mat at East High School as the 2019 NIC-10 wrestling championships unfolded with exciting matches.
The temperatures may be plunging outdoors as winter grips the Stateline, but the action on the basketball court continues to heat up as the 2018-2019 high school hoops season makes the turn toward February.
Teams were able to get back on the court after several postponements this week.
Oregon senior boys bowler Austin Strite is our newest 13 WREX Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Rock Valley College.
Former Dakota wrestler Josh Alber is one of the most decorated high school wrestlers in Illinois history, going undefeated throughout his high school career. He’s finishing his career at Northern Iowa in a big way, as he earned Big 12 Wrestler of the Week honors.
The Associated Press released its new rankings Wednesday, with several area teams making appearances in the polls.