The Milford Bearcats defeated Grant Park 17-7 on June 3 thanks in part to Abby Storm, who drove in four runners, said Coach Alyse Morefield in an email. Storm drove in runs on a single in the third and a triple in the fourth.
Hoopeston Area High School boys and girls track team members competed in a quad track meet Monday against Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin, Westville and Armstrong-Potomac.
The Hoopeston Area/Armstrong High School football team took the field for the first time after a long-delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic Friday night.
The Super Bowl is the culmination of the National Football League season, which traditionally begins in early September and ends in late December or early January. The Super Bowl is one of the most anticipated professional sporting events each year.
IESA Executive Director, Steve Endsley, released a statement on Dec. 29 discussing the Governor’s decision to keep Illinois under the Tier 3 mitigations.
BLOOMINGTON — High school winter sports in Illinois are unlikely to commence until sometime in 2021, the IHSA Board of Directors made clear Wednesday following a discussion update that included no official action regarding currently postponed athletics amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mark Bacys was treating last Wednesday’s deluge of IHSA news as the latest reason to head back to the drawing board during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CHAMPAIGN — Peorian Coran Taylor, a near-forgotten fourth-string quarterback, added some spark to the troubled Illini football operation at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Editor's Note: The following reports appeared in the first edition of the Cornjerker Times, a publication produced by Hoopeston Area Middle School, and were written by student reporters. Read more on pages 7 and 10.
Hoopeston Area High School hosted a cross country meet between Iroquois West, Clifton Central, Cissna Park, Armstrong-Potomac and Hoopeston Area High School Sept. 22.
A closely-contested nine-hole quadrangular at Hubbard Trail Country Club went in favor of Rantoul/Paxton-Buckley-Loda, which staved off Westville, Hoopeston Area and Fisher by a 210-212-215-229 margin Aug. 24.