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.
Rossville-Alvin eighth grade volleyball team recently placed third in the Vermilion County tournament. Pictured from left to right are: back row: Addison Wallace, Masie Norton, Ava Acton, Raeghan Dickison and Aryanna Martinez; Gabby Solis Macy Danner, Aubrey Peters, Alivia Reifsteck, Elleann…
After a pair of dominating performances at regionals and sectionals, Hoopeston Area High School sophomore wrestler returned to the Illinois High School Association State Finals last week.
The Watseka High School Lady Warriors advanced to the Illinois High School Class 2A Regional Championship Feb. 13 after defeating Hoopeston Area in the semi-final match.
Hoopeston Area High School’s Abel Colunga punched his ticket to the state finals Saturday after placing first in the 182-pound division at the IHSA sectional tournament in Stanford.
After a stellar regular season, the Hoopeston Area High School girls bowling team continued to succeed as they started postseason play this weekend in Decatur.
It was a weekend of heartbreaking losses for Hoopeston Area teams at the Vermilion County Tournament in Danville.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm Junior and wrestler, Hayden Copass announced on Twitter on September 29, that he was "100% committing" to the University of Wisconsin to continue his wrestling career.
Join the Danville Area Community College Alumni Association for the DACC Baseball game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on September 15 against Olney Central College.
An infield single in the bottom of the ninth inning early Tuesday morning ended the American Legion World Series hopes of Danville Post 210 senior baseball.
Allan Shepherd was aware his Danville Post 210 senior Legion baseball team on Thursday became the first since 2011 to be run-ruled in an American Legion World Series game.
It’s only appropriate that a stolen base help lead to Danville Dans manager Eric Coleman recording his 200th career win at the helm of the Dans. The team defeated Chillicothe Paints with a 1-0 victory in 12 innings Wednesday night at Danville Stadium.
Conor Steinbaugh, of Georgetown, was named to Presidents’s Academic Honor Award. He was also named Academic All-American 2nd Team. Conor will be continuing his education at Akron University majoring in Sports Management.
A.J. Nola received one of the best Father’s Day presents a baseball dad could hope for. The Seattle Mariners called his son Austin Nola up from Triple-A Tacoma, and the 29-year-old former Dan got a single in his first MLB at bat and scored a run on Sunday. June 16 Austin Nola became the 28th…
The Danville Dans scored in every inning except the fifth on the way to a franchise record 28 runs to defeat Lafayette Aviators 28-5 in Prospect League action Tuesday night. The Dans 11 runs in the 4th inning is also set a franchise record in the Prospect League era.
Julian Pearl certainly looks the part already. The Danville native has bulked up — big time — with his latest weigh-in last Wednesday putting him right at 300 pounds.
A Salt Fork schools administrator will soon add another title to his resume.Superintendent Phil Cox announced Tuesday that a search committee is recommending Joe Hageman as the next head coach of the Storm football program.The school board is expected to make it official on Wednesday.Hageman…
Many people reach a point when they decide that it’s time for them to retire, or simply start looking for a path in a new field. However, not many decide to make this change at the age of 25. Then again, not many people get the opportunity to play professional football.
Danville Area Community College and the city of Danville will again host the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II Men’s National Basketball Tournament at the DACC campus March 19-23.
This year’s Vermilion County tournament was both rescheduled and relocated because of the snow on the first weekend, but both the Oakwood Comets and Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin boys and girls teams fought their way to the championship games at the David S. Palmer Arena.