The (1-5) Blue Devils had Tuesday off on the prep hardwood, but 5th year head coach Andy Douglas but the “Blue and White” were hard at work at practice today
The (1-5) Blue Devils had Tuesday off on the prep hardwood, but 5th year head coach Andy Douglas but the “Blue and White” were hard
Western Illinois’ Pete Swenson and Khalen Saunders share a lot in common. The seniors were integral pieces to the Leathernecks’ defense. Both were named First
After 25 years of patrolling the dugouts of John Wood Community College, former head coach Greg Wathen had a chance to meet a lot of
The Camp Point Central Panthers football team received a grand celebration ceremony Wednesday evening. Panthers head coach Brad Dixon addressed a huge crowd in the
The Western Illinois (3-4) men’s basketball team shot 58 percent from the field in a dominant 83-58 victory over SIUE (1-4) on Wednesday. “We were
Keokuk head coach Zach Summers had the Chiefs ready to open the new prep basketball Tuesday with a non-conference meeting on the hardwood against the
The Macomb High boys basketball team has been on an upward tick the last few seasons going from 13-15 in 2016-17 to 18-10 last season.
University of Iowa men’s basketball junior forward Cordell Pemsl is scheduled to have season-ending surgery next month after final exams. The announcement came Tuesday by
Illinois senior kicker Chase McLaughlin was named the Big Ten’s Bakken-Andersen Kicker of the Year, the conference announced Tuesday. In addition, McLaughlin was voted first-team
Western Illinois football welcomed several newcomers to its program ahead of the 2018 season, and two of those student-athletes will crown their inaugural Leatherneck campaign
CLASS 1 NORTHEAST MISSOURI ALL-DISTRICT FOOTBALL TEAM COACH OF THE YEAR – John Dabney, Milan QUARTERBACKS Ryan Dabney Jr. Milan 1st team Will Fromm Sr.
Western Illinois Rolls To A 81-73 Victory During A Record Setting Night On The Women’s College Hardwood
MACOMB, Ill. – Historically, Western Illinois women’s basketball is a really good three-point shooting team. The Leathernecks’ first home win of the season set an
The Quincy High girls are well aware of their reputation on the prep hardwood. Blue Devil standout Sophia Abdallah explains it this way, “normally it’s