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Camanche holds on
Despite trailing 36-20 entering the final quarter of the River Queen Classic championship game, Central DeWitt proved on Saturday that no lead is too safe, even when the opponent is the well-seasoned Camanche Indians.
Monique Harris is Herald's volleyball player of the year
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Shutdown D keys Fulton win at Tip-Off
Focus and execution led to a more decisive win for the Steamers in the second game of the Orion Tip-Off Classic Tuesday night.
Girls basketball: Improved Queens fall in opener
CLINTON — On Monday, as was the case last season, the River Queens debuted with a non-conference clash against Dubuque Hempstead. Within the first two minutes of play, Elle Tubbs demonstrated how this year's squad is already a step above last year's 5-17 team.
Three Rivers pair named all-state
Fulton's Austin Regenwether and Erie/Prophetstown's Nick Williams have been named to the Illinois Football Coaches Association all-state teams, an honor bestowed on just 18 players in each of the eight enrollment classifications.
Girls basketball: Cardinals move to 3-1
Erie used a balanced attack to beat Rockridge 36-29 on Friday for its third consecutive win in high school girls basketball.
Saints advance to tourney final
Ashford defeated Presentation on Friday to advance to the championship of the Moody Bible Institute Tournament in men's basketball.
Fulton pair, Erie trio head honor teams
Three players who led Erie to a share of the division co-title and a Class 1A regional crown and two players who helped Fulton reach the Class 2A super-sectional headline the All-Three Rivers Conference North Division volleyball team.
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