Football: Benton 34, West Frankfort 6 Edwards County 48, Vienna-Goreville 0 Lincoln 31, Collinsville 28 Mt. Carmel 44, Alton (Marquette) 17 Normal (Community West) 66, Peoria (H.S.) 36 Paris 28, Macomb 18 Peoria (Notre Dame) 51, Champaign (Centennial) 6 Springfield (H.S.) 59, Decatur (Eisenhower) 22 Baseball: Egyptian 14, Woodlawn 4 (5) Woodlawn 5, Egyptian 2
WMIX’s Kyle Norris talks with Simon Wilson, a senior golfer for Mt. Vernon about his season so far and what he is looking to accomplish in the last few weeks of his high school golf career.
CENTRALIA — The Orphans head west tonight when they play the Althoff Crusaders in Belleville. Centralia is looking to rebound from a 21-point loss to Carbondale at Evers Field last Friday. Centralia head football coach Bobby Brenneisen says it is a winnable game if his kids play hard and smart football. You can hear Orphans
WMIX’s Kyle Norris talks with Caroline Hall, a freshman golfer for Mt. Vernon about her season so far and what she is looking to accomplish in the last few weeks of the season.
WOODLAWN — Woodlawn Volleyball is again flying high and the team has lofty goals. After last year’s defeat in the regional championship to an eventual state semifinalist in Grayville, Woodlawn coach Sara Lamczyk she’s impressed with the work of her girls’ this season. Lamczyk says she’s been very impressed with how her team has come
WEST FRANKFORT — The Benton / West Frankfort rivalry will have even more on the line Saturday afternoon. Both teams are undefeated at 4-0 heading into the Saturday battle in West Frankfort. Redbirds football coach Brian Beery says it will be a “can’t miss” game for high school football fans. The Redbirds won the matchup
PINCKNEYVILLE — The Pinckneyville boys soccer team is seeing some success in their first year as a varsity program. In fact, Pinckneyville coach Jay Ray says a few breaks go their way, and his team could be at or over .500. Ray believes if his team brings their A-game, they could compete with anybody across