CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – In all honesty, Fulton's Eli Pannell's senior season couldn't have gone better.
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CAMANCHE — Camanche held a modest nine-point advantage at halftime of its first obstacle in what is expected to be a legitimate postseason run.
The Clinton Herald is tracking the four area wrestlers that qualified for the 2019 Iowa State Wrestling Tournament at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines and one who advanced to the Illinois State Wrestling Tournament in Champaign.
CEDAR RAPIDS -- It was a big day for some local bowlers as Clinton and Camanche qualified both their teams for the state tournament after stellar performances at May City Bowl in Cedar Rapids.
It is do-or-die time for the Clinton girls basketball team, who face their first sub-state opponent on Wednesday when they welcome Maquoketa to Yourd Gymnasium.
CLINTON – After contributing to a team state berth as a freshman three years ago, Kyle Guilliams thought he would have made a return trip to Des Moines by now.
CLINTON--On a bitterly cold January Sunday night, the baseball community in Clinton celebrated the unofficial start to the 2019 season with their annual Hot Stove Banquet, welcoming a new manager and a new franchise.
CAMANCHE--The Indian family caught a break in our winter weather and were able to spend a cozy Saturday reminiscing and honoring the Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2019 as they were inducted at Gil's Ballroom.
FULTON, Ill. -- The Unity Christian Knights used some long shots to make a rally late in the game, but didn't have quite enough and fell 76-71 to Faith Christian Academy on Monday night at home.
Camanche senior Eric Campie is definitely not the loudest in the room. He’s never going to be overcome with emotion. He’s not your celebratory type.
CLINTON--Baker games proved crucial in a home bowling match for Clinton on Saturday, and both the River Kings and Queens performed in order to roll to a sweep of North Scott at the Plaza Bowl.
CAMANCHE--The Central DeWitt Sabers picked up two wins on Thursday night, battling with tough Fulton and Camanche teams in a double dual at Camanche High School.
CLINTON — There’s been a lot of preparation and planning over the last few months at both the Plaza Bowl and Imperial Lanes, and it’s going to continue until March.
FULTON, Ill.--There was nothing but smiles Friday morning at Fulton High School as senior Chloe Lindeman chose the University of Wisconsin hat from the table in front of her and shed her blue hoodie to sport a Wisconsin Badgers t-shirt.
MT. CARROLL, Ill. — West Carroll gets to play their first two regional games in their home gym, and they started off strong with a sweep of Morrison on Monday night.
It was a crisp fall day that a lot of student-athletes won't forget as some made history, some broke records, some proved themselves and some fell short.
CLINTON — It was a big day for the Clinton River Queens, some of them swimming for the last time in their own pool in a triple dual at the River King and Queen Aquatic Center.
PRESTON – Behind 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 — With all the improvements made to Ashford University Stadium this summer, LumberKings General Manager Ted Tornow is biding his time on just one more thing: the parking lot.
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—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.
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