Junior High Boys Basketball: SIJHSAA Class S at Rend Lake: Goreville 55, Selmaville 52 Steeleville (St. Mark’s) 47, Altamont (Lutheran) 39 Energy (Unity Christian) 50, Olney (St. Joe) 36 New Hope 45, Raccoon 29 Oakdale 62, Mascoutah (Holy Childhood) 34 Meridian 66, Bluford 54 Aviston 56, Woodlawn 54 (OT) New Simpson Hill 40, New Athens
JOHNSTON CITY — 2019 has meant a turnaround for the Johnston City boys basketball team. The Indians have went 7-2 since the start of the new year to get themselves back over .500. Tonight, they will host Carmi and tomorrow they will travel to Hardin County. Johnston City basketball coach Scott Burzynski says it takes
WMIX’s Kyle Norris talks with Zoe Carlton, a junior center for the Benton Rangerettes talking about how good of ball her team is playing, along with the competition in the postseason coming up.
MT. VERNON — The Mt. Vernon Lady Rams continue to look for the elusive first win in 2019 tonight when they head to Marion. The good news for the Lady Rams is that Marion is a team they beat in December at home. Mt. Vernon coach Jeff Lonnon says there have been a few games
WMIX’s Kyle Norris sits down with Ember Milby, a senior center for the Benton Rangerettes about the level of basketball her team is playing at late in the season, and the expectations the team has for the postseason.
SALEM — With the postseason still a few weeks away, the Salem Wildcats have already accomplished a feat they haven’t been able to do in recent memory. The Wildcats have beaten regional rivals Centralia and Mt. Vernon in the same year. Salem head basketball coach Andy Fehrenbacher says there’s energy around town because of this