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EDWARDSVILLE - Edwardsville High School field hockey star Avary Osborne had a dream of playing field hockey in college and also studying archaeology. With her signing a letter of intent recently with...[Read More]
BETHALTO – Seniors Brayden Zyung and Joe Aiello have been playing soccer together since pretty much kindergarten according to Civic Memorial High School boys soccer coach Derek Jarman. Jarman...[Read More]
GRANITE CITY - Three Granite City High School football players recently concluded their seasons and their statistics and contributions to the squad are impressive. Brady Smallie, a senior punter,...[Read More]
O'FALLON - Edwardsville girls basketball senior forward Ashlyn Hauk played well in the Tigers' season opener on Nov. 19 at O'Fallon's OTHS Panther Dome in the Southern Illinois Shootout, leading the tea...[Read More]
ALTON - Sophomore Kiyoko Proctor is starting right where she left off. After a successful 21-7 campaign as a freshman, a season that saw her play in all but one game, she's back at it again. Havin...[Read More]
ALTON – According to Marquette Catholic seniors Myles Paniagua and Charlie Fahnestock, they aren’t quite tired of each other yet. The two have been playing soccer together for most of...[Read More]
ALTON - Alton High senior bowler Ben Mitchell got his 2022-23 season off to a great start on Nov. 12 with a six-game series of 1,301, which allowed him to finish fifth in the individual standings in helpin...[Read More]
GLEN CARBON - Father McGivney Catholic junior Kaitlyn Hatley has been remarkable in both girls' cross country and track since she was a freshman. This post-season, she stood out in area girls in the IHS...[Read More]
ALTON - Sophia Helfrich had a break-out cross country season this year for the Alton girls' squad qualifying from the regional as an individual and also improving her time at the sectional. Helfrich...[Read More]
GRANITE CITY - Granite City’s girls' cross country squad recently completed a very successful season with a sixth-place finish in the Quincy Regional to advance to the sectional. Emilee Franklin...[Read More]

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