WMIX’s Kyle Norris talks with Mikayla Robbers and Sophie Eastham, two senior cross country runners at Waltonville about their first year in the new XC program in Waltonville, along with their goals for the rest of the season and how cross country has prepared them for the winter and spring seasons.
CARBONDALE — The Carbondale Terriers football team is still eyeing a South Seven crown as we hit week seven of the high school football season. Even with their loss to Cahokia two weeks ago, the Terriers are still in a prime position to grab a share of the conference title. This week, the Terriers face
WMIX’s Kyle Norris talks with Reagan Newell, a senior cross country runner at Waltonville about his first year in the new XC program in Waltonville, along with his goals for the rest of the season and how cross country has prepared him for basketball this winter.
NASHVILLE — It’s regional day for girls golf across the state of Illinois, and the Nashville Hornettes are confident they can compete in a loaded field in downstate Illinois. Nashville coach Doug Kell says if everything goes right, he expects his team to be near the top of the field in Centralia Thursday. Other teams
BENTON — The Benton Rangers boys golf team is the Class 2A Carterville Regional Champions, beating second place Carbondale by nine strokes for the title Monday. Rangers coach Reggie Norman says the regional is only step one, because kids have redemption for last year’s state trip on their minds. The Rangers will head to Charleston
CARTERVILLE — The Carterville Lions almost pulled out one of the biggest upsets of the season Friday night when they fell at home to undefeated Nashville by only 3 points, 41-38. For Carterville coach Brett Diel, he says even with a record of 1-5, his Lions are showing they aren’t packing it up for the