While states across the nation are getting back to practice, including Iowa starting up summer games, Illinois student athletes are still in the dark.
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The Mississippi Athletic Conference is limiting the number of spectators allowed at each baseball and softball game as sports get underway once again in Iowa.
Fulton’s Connor Barnett has been taking on big roles since he was an underclassman. He’s quickly becoming a multi-sport standout for the Steamers as he progresses through his prep career. That’s earned Barnett a spot as a finalist for the Clinton Herald Athletic Performers of the Year (CHAPY…
After the decision to lift restrictions on high school sports last week, the Mississippi Athletic Conference voted on Tuesday to conduct only varsity contests this summer.
The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union (IGHSAU) and Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) released the guidelines for the return of sports on Tuesday afternoon, giving schools direction as the return of baseball and softball looms.
The Clinton Herald Athletic Performers of the Year (CHAPY) Awards loom closer, and the male Athlete of the Year finalists kick off this week with four-sport athlete Tucker Kinney.
CLINTON – For the second year, the Clinton strength program handed out an award to two athletes that best represented what it means to be a Clinton High School Athlete.
After months of waiting and keeping hope alive, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds said the words athletes across the state were hoping to hear in her daily press conference on Wednesday morning.
Senior year didn’t exactly go the way Clinton athlete Jasper Luckritz had planned, and it wasn’t just because of the coronavirus.
The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union (IGHSAU) released their 2020 inductees to the IGHSAU Track and Field Hall of Fame, and a former Rebel was included.
Even though the Illinois High School Athletic Association (IHSA) nixed spring sports, including Morrison boys’ track and field season, it didn’t change head coach Tim Duncan’s plans.
Across the state of Illinois, athletes heard the news on Friday that the remainder of the school year was cancelled and moved online. That left them waiting until next Tuesday’s Illinois High School Athletic Association Board of Directors meeting for the final judgment on the spring sports seasons.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced that schools would remain closed throughout the rest of the school year on Friday morning. With that, spring athletes’ hope for shortened seasons were dashed.
Plenty of elite high school athletes throughout the area have announced their commitment to various institutions to continue a collegiate athletic career next season, and many have chosen the junior college path this year.
The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union (IGHSAU) and the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) announced the adjusted start dated for baseball and softball considering a May 1 return to school.
Clinton’s longtime head boys golf coach Paul Niedermeyer wasn’t sure he was going to find a coaching position when he started out his career search.
The athletic associations on both sides of the river have set tentative plans to return high school athletes to their respective sports as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues.
It was an emotional day in Des Moines two weeks ago when Camanche’s Jordan Lawrence took the court for the last basketball game of the season.
The Iowa High School Athletic Association released the 2020 high school football schedules on Thursday after their board meeting, a relief from the currently suspended sports seasons.
Spring is supposed to be the most exciting time for a high school athlete. Spring sports should be underway with more pleasant weather showing and outdoor practices becoming the highlight of the day. Graduation is approaching, with some looking forward to collegiate sports.
There may be no pep rallies or student sections right now thanks to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), but schools are doing their best to keep the school spirit up.
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