Civic Memorial Eagles Sports

COLLINSVILLE - Alton senior Ben Mitchell had the best performance for the area, bowling a 1,301 six-game series to finish fifth as the Redbirds came in seventh in the Gold Division, while Triad was second...[Read More]
CLASS 2A AT HIGHLAND In the Class 2A Highland regional at Fireman’s Park in Alhambra, both CM and Triad had two runners place in the top ten as the Eagles and Knights’ teams both advance...[Read More]
BETHALTO – The Civic Memorial High School boy’s soccer team knew that they had a chance to play on their home field again during this postseason. They had to win two games to get back ther...[Read More]
WEEK NINE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD CBC 44, Edwardsville 17 East St. Louis 40, DeSmet Jesuit 10 Red Bud 14, East Alton-Wood River 12 Belleville Althoff Catholic 17, Alton 14 Highland...[Read More]
BETHALTO - Senior Hannah Meiser is already having a year to remember at Civic Memorial, and she's just getting started. She runs cross-country in the fall, plays basketball in the winter, and runs...[Read More]
The week eight high school football fixtures includes two big games, with old rivals Roxana and East Alton-Wood River meeting in the Game of the Week, while Edwardsville travels to Eas...[Read More]
ELSAH – Add yet another first-place finish to senior Hannah Meiser’s impressive cross-country career. She took first place overall at the Mississippi Valley Championships Thursday afternoon...[Read More]
WEEK SEVEN HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Edwardsville 28, Belleville East 27 (2OT) Highland 49, Waterloo 10 Chester 53, Dupo 30 East Alton-Wood River 36, Freeburg 30 Collinsville 34, Mt. Zio...[Read More]
BETHALTO - Civic Memorial boys soccer coach Derek Jarman took to Twitter calling this year's graduating group "the most successful class in CM soccer history." "They are everything a coach...[Read More]
BETHALTO - Senior runner Jackson Collman overcame the challenges of the Collinsville Cross Country Course during his three-mile run at the Madison County Meet Tuesday afternoon. Runners had to deal...[Read More]

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