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BLOOMINGTON — As the Illinois High School Association continues to try to take back control of all decisions in regard to returning to play, several changes to the current guidelines were made recently. During the IHSA Board of Directors meeting Monday, several updates to the return to play guidelines were approved ... more
WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. — They may not be allowed to compete in their home state, but that hasn’t prevented a couple of local girl wrestlers from finding competition elsewhere. Lawrenceville High School students Shaina Hyre and Brianna Richey ... more
BLOOMINGTON — A decision on whether or not winter high school sports will happen on time will have to wait another week. The Illinois High School Association Board of Directors met virtually for its regularly scheduled meeting Monday ... more
Area senior softball players who missed out on their final high-school seasons will get a chance to take the field one final time with teammates and rivals at the “Seniors Night” event in Robinson Monday, July 6. more
PARIS –– Although neither could compete as a team, Lawrence County’s cross country runners fared well as individuals ... more
BLOOMINGTON — With surrounding states seemingly returning to normal in regard to high school sports and when and how they are played, the Illinois High School Association is hoping they can do the … more
ROBINSON –– Strong play continued for Lawrence County’s high school golf team, as they closed out the regular season with a win in a four-team meet ... more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Results continue to be mostly positive for Lawrence County’s high school golf team following a series of matches recently. The Lawrenceville-Red Hill co-op hosted Robinson for … more
DIETERICH – Individual success is the focus right now for Lawrence County’s high school cross country teams and they are getting their fair share of it so far this season. The runners in the … more
BLOOMINGTON –– Now that fall sports are basically back into full swing, sports for the other three seasons will get a chance to gear up for their respective seasons after the Labor Day holiday. The Illinois High School Association has approved out-of-season sports to conduct a series of “contact days” where teams can train and/or practice for their respective sport ... more
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