CENTRALIA — The Centralia Annies can safely say they have made strides this year. The team already has more wins this season compared to last year, and the season isn’t half over yet. 1st-year Annies Coach Katie Meador-Steffan says her team has the drive to win, and each win has only built more-and-more confidence in
WMIX’s Kyle Norris talks with Jackson Bennett, a senior guard for the Woodlawn Cardinals about their hot start, their team’s chemistry, and making their own history at Woodlawn High School.
MT. VERNON — The Effingham Flaming Hearts outmatched the Mt. Vernon Lady Rams Tuesday night at Changnon Gymnasium. Effingham took the non-conference victory 65-41. Mt. Vernon coach Jeff Lonnon says the Effingham team his Lady Rams faced is a team that could do big things this year. The competition doesn’t get easier for the Lady
BLOOMINGTON — It came down to a 17-school margin, but IHSA member schools have approved district play for varsity football starting in the 2021 season. District play will reorganize all football schools into 8 classes before the start of the 2021 season for a period of two years, with enrollments and classes re-evaluated every two
THOMPSONVILLE — The Thompsonville Tigers boys basketball team is on fire to start this season. They are undefeated through 11 games, and they’re coming off a convincing 34-point win over an upstart Elverado team on Saturday. Thompsonville coach Pete Gordon says his team still has something to prove in the Greater Egyptian Conference. The Tigers
WOODLAWN — The Woodlawn Cardinals continue to power through the first half of the season. They blew out Waltonville at home Friday night 56-23, and their only loss this year came to Pinckneyville in the Kaskaskian Classic in Carlyle. Woodlawn boys basketball coach Brian Gamber says he makes sure his team never settles for how
Ashlyn Connor didn’t need the bank, she was money on this buzzer beating half court heave to end the third quarter as Mt. Vernon beat Carbondale 57-29 on Tuesday!
FAIRFIELD — Fairfield wrestlers face a new challenge on Saturday as this is the first year they will be wrestling in the Skull and Crossbones Tournament up in Cumberland County. Mules wrestling coach Donnie Lyons says they expect to see tough competition at the tournament from central Illinois schools they don’t often get to see.
CARLYLE — While the Carlyle Lady Indians are off to a slow start this basketball season, 1st year coach Janelle Kuhn says her team is staying competitive each game. Kuhn says she and her team are still trying to mix and match the pieces their team has together. Carlyle makes a trip to Hillsboro tonight
CHRISTOPHER — Like most high school sports teams, the Christopher girls basketball team is dealing with a few injuries that are leading to girls playing unfamiliar positions on the floor. The team is coming off a 46-37 win Monday night at Webber. Christopher girls basketball coach Seiger Shurtz says he believes the player rotations now