Boys Basketball: Christ Our Rock Lutheran 80, First Baptist Academy 41. Steeleville 73, Valmeyer 29. Girls Basketball: Massac Co. Invite: Mayfield (KY) 44, Carbondale 37. Massac Co. 59, Paducah Tilghman (KY) 41. Other: Carterville 61, Anna-Jonesboro 36. Christopher 57, Cobden 13. C.O.R.L. 59, First Baptist Academy 25. Columbia 36, Salem 23. Egyptian 71, Century 64.
SESSER — The Sesser-Valier-Waltonville Lady Devils round out a four-games in six-days stretch tonight when they host Johnston City tonight. They started the stretch Wednesday by beating Woodlawn in Waltonville 48-32, then lost to Nashville Thursday 24-22, and finally notched a conference win over Chester 52-40 on Saturday. S.V.W. head coach Rick Metcalf says the
WMIX’s Kyle Norris talks with Jacob Tucker, a senior small forward with the Waltonville basketball team about their team this year, and what all his team can do this season.
WMIX’s Kyle Norris talks with Jayon Malone, a senior point guard with the Waltonville basketball team about their team this year, and what all his team can do this season.
DU QUOIN — The Du Quoin Indians basketball team are starting a new season with a new coach at home in their own Tipoff Classic. The team is off to a 1-1 after getting a win over Gallatin Co. Monday and losing to Massac Co. last night. New Indians coach Jason James says he’s bringing
BLOOMINGTON — District football in Illinois has been passed by the IHSA’s Legislative Commission. The proposal directs the IHSA to implement a football scheduling system for regular-season varsity games that would involve the following: (1) a 9-week regular season, (2) playoff classes determined in advance of the season; (3) schools from each class placed into 8
WMIX’s Kyle Norris talks with Reagan Newell, a junior shooting guard with the Waltonville basketball team about their team this year, and what all his team can do this season.
FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield Mules are looking to extend their hot start later this week. They beat Teutopolis Saturday 74-64 to win the Lawrence County Capital Classic. Fairfield coach Scott McElravy says one of the team’s strengths is the how deep they can go onto their bench. The Mules are back in action on Friday