Boys Soccer: Carbondale 3, Belleville East 1. Marion 2, Poplar Bluff (MO) 1. Olney 3, Mt. Vernon 2. Girls Volleyball: Fairfield def. Carmi 22-25, 25-19, 25-21. Gibault Catholic def. Chester 15-25, 25-18, 25-19. Hamilton Co. def. Edwards Co. 25-21, 28-26. Massac County def. West Frankfort 25-14, 25-7. Murphysboro def. Benton 25-18, 25-21. Nashville def. DuQuoin 15-25, 25-20,
WEST FRANKFORT — The West Frankfort Boys Golf team came up four shots short of sending their team to the state Class 1A state tournament this year. Carmi overcame a deficit and sent West Frankfort home by taking third place and scoring 327 compared to the Redbirds’ 331. Redbirds Boys Golf Coach Mike Karoski says
PINCKNEYVILLE — For the Breslin family, going to the state golf tournament has been a family affair in the past. But this year, the Pinckneyville Girls Golf coach Dan Breslin, along with his daughters Sarah and Megan get to bring their team with them to Decatur after winning the Class 1A Centralia Sectional on Monday.
ILLINOIS — There is a nationwide shortage of high school sports officials, and Illinois has not been immune to the issue. While the number of officials in Illinois isn’t causing some issues other states are facing, the IHSA is encouraging people to look into becoming a high school official. Sam Knox is the Assistant Director over
BENTON — After being brought back a few years ago, the Benton Girls Tennis program is already sporting an above .500 record again, and the future is bright. Benton Girls Tennis coach Alyssa Williams says her current players are working with younger kids to help build a solid foundation for the program long-term. The Rangerettes
MT. VERNON — It is homecoming week at MVTHS, and the Rams football team will welcome the Cahokia Comanches Friday night as they look to upset the South Seven front runners and get a homecoming night win. Mt. Vernon football coach Jerod Kessler says his guys have given him everything they have on the field
CARBONDALE — The Carbondale Terriers football team is eligible for the playoffs for the first time since 2013. With a win over Althoff Friday, the Terriers will clinch a postseason spot and secure the program’s best record since 2004. Bryan Lee has led the rebuild of Carbondale football since 2015. He says the win Friday