KEWANEE, Ill. – After a tight-knit first round of play at the Mississippi Athletic Conference tournament that left several teams separated by just a handful of shots, Clinton coach Paul Niedermeyer knew there was potential to make a move up the standings in Saturday's final round.
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CAMANCHE— With the end of the season drawing near, the Indians are running smoothly, looking like a state ranked team ready for the postseason.
PRESTON – Behind the Easton Valley High School, tucked away on a hill nearly 30 yards from the building, is a football field with dimensions reaching just 80 yards long and 40 yards wide.
CLINTON — The Prince of Peace volleyball team was swept by Lisbon on Tuesday night at the Joe O’Donnell Sports Center and head coach Stacie Kenneavy knows that there was one fundamental problem in their game: passing.
Sibling rivalry is sparking competition on the Prince of Peace girls cross country team — sophomore Sophie Griffin is determined to become a better runner than her older sister.
DEWITT—For the second week in a row the Camanche Indians started slow out of the gates, but this time it was too much. The Sabers used their first half to dominate the Indians, and ultimately took the Friday night matchup 41-21.
FULTON – The emergence of a rivalry between a pair of programs is often fueled by a series of tight-knit contests. Especially when postseason action is mixed into the conversation.
ELDRIDGE — After slipping into the Iowa High School state volleyball rankings for the first time this season, the River Queens had another exceptional tournament weekend at The Pit at North Scott High School.
A dark day that had seen a lot of rain created a slippery environment for cross country runners in Goose Lake on Thursday afternoon. Clinton, Northeast, Camanche and Prince of Peace all brought their runners out for another early season meet.
Clinton High School senior Grace Tubbs is continuing to remind people that she’s an elite player. Not just in her school. Not just in the area. Not just in the state, but in the nation.
CLINTON—After a delayed entrance because of a fire alarm, eight individuals and two teams were inducted into the Clinton High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
FULTON – After 15 points of play Tuesday night, a tornado warning was announced over the speaker in the Fulton High School gymnasium as players, coaches and patrons scrambled for cover in locker rooms, bathrooms and hallways.
Six years into his career at Northeast High School and his first full year as head strength coach, Pete Tanzillo took a look at the number of athletes doing extra strength conditioning.
CAMANCHE — The Camanche High School football team had not won a season opener in over five years and failed to capture a home victory the past four seasons.
CLINTON — After graduating only two swimmers from the 2017 season, the Clinton River Queens knew they were returning a lot to the pool. They kicked off their 2018 campaign with a close meet against Tipton on Thursday at home and head coach Albert Hayton liked what he saw.
SAVANNA – If you're just looking at what the West Carroll Thunder lost last year, it doesn't seem like they are coming into the 2018 season with much.
DEWITT — Even though the Sabers have a new face taking the reins of the Central DeWitt football team for the 2018 season, it’s not a face that’s unfamiliar with the program.
GOOSE LAKE – As the roster turnout for the Northeast High School football team continues to decline, the Rebels have failed to capture more than two wins in a season since 2010.
CAMANCHE — Dustin Coit is in his second season as the head coach of the Camanche High School football program, and he's working with the same core group he had last year.
CORDOVA, Ill. — World champions, record-holders and several exotic racing machines highlight the lineup for The 65th annual O’Reilly Auto Parts World Series of Drag Racing, to be held August 24-26 at Cordova International Raceway.
Carie Kuehn/Clinton HeraldClinton sophomore Madison Meggenberg attempts to tag out a Davenport North runner during the River Queens' doubleheader with the Wildcats at the Durgin Complex on Monday evening.
CAMANCHE — Despite holding their own against last year's state champion, the Camanche Indians couldn't completely hold off the Iowa City Regina offense at home on Thursday night, allowing runs in four consecutive innings and falling 9-2.
CLINTON — When the Clinton High School girls golf team traveled to Dubuque to battle the golf course and the conditions Monday, it wasn't about competing for an opportunity at the state tournament.
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