I’ll be honest I don’t know how to feel. The Illini football team has won three straight and the
FISHER — The Pirates of Toledo Cumberland came into Fisher looking to plunder a playoff game from a Bunnies team that beat them in a first-round playoff game last year. It didn’t work out for Cumberland, but the Pirates gave Fisher quite a tussle before falling 26-14.
METAMORA — Senior Johnathon Gossett qualified for the cross country sectional round Saturday for the second straight year with his performance in the Metamora Regional.
FISHER — The Fisher Bunnies football team is headed back to the playoffs for the third year in a row. The Bunnies will host Toledo Cumberland for the second straight year in the first round. The Bunnies would not of had the opputunity to host with out taking down the Leroy Panthers 55-36 on …
FISHER – The Fisher Bunnies football team will host Toledo Cumberland for the second straight year in the first round of the IHSA playoffs.
I have been critical of the Illini football team in multiple columns in the past. I still stand by a lot of the negative things I have said in the past, but I will say this, thank you.
Anyone who watches or plays sports knows that at almost every level of sports there is a problem with officiating — whether it is in high school, where, yes, bad officials exist but the bigger problem is the lack of officials, or in college and pro, where officiating is simply atrocious.
FISHER – The Fisher Bunnies, on the back of Will Delaney, responded from a bad call on the first play of the game and defeated Heyworth 29-23 Friday night in the Bunnies’ homecoming game.
RANTOUL — The Rantoul Township High School soccer team split its two games this past week. The Eagles fell 6-0 to St. Thomas More and defeated Georgetown-Ridge Farm 4-0.
Ethan Kasper and Will Shook each produced a first-half goal for the visiting Bunnies (13-4-2), but their non-league foe potted four goals in the second half. Alex Minion assisted on the first two Fisher/GCMS tallies, and Kasper added a second goal later on.
RANTOUL — When Lakimya Wade was approached by Rantoul athletic director Travis Flesner about accepting a coaching role within the Eagles’ volleyball squad, Wade didn’t hesitate to reach for the top spot.
CHAMPAIGN — The Rantoul Eagles football team dropped to 0-5 on the season but not with out contreversy. Many of the players, coaches and fans voiced their opinion on Friday nights officiating. The Eagles were called for 13 penalties many of which Head Coach Tom Hess did not agree with.
GIBSON CITY — After a record-breaking game last week against Madison, Tyler Wilson and the Fisher Bunnies offense could not get things going against the Falcons of GCMS in high school football Friday.
ARMSTRONG — Armstrong Township High School’s volleyball team got the week started right with a 25-20, 18-25, 25-22 win over Hoopesten. Leading the Trojans was Emma Franzen, who had 12 kills, seven service points, one ace and two blocks and 18 digs. Reece Adkins added 11 points. Mattie Ken…
RANTOUL — Following the 44-6 loss to the Monticello Sages Friday night the Eagles turned their attention to this week’s match up against the also 0-4 St. Thomas More Sabers.
RANTOUL — The Rantoul Eagles found themselves in a similar position to last year, tied in the fourth quarter with a chance for a big win. St. Joseph-Ogden was able to pull away late, leaving the Eagles with another close loss.