Lincoln advances by Princeton in 4
FERDINAND — Hannah Saucerman accumulated a triple-double of 11 points, 23 assists and 10 digs, and North Knox's volleyball team overcame a big second-set deficit in a 25-9, 30-28, 25-14 victory over Forest Park in the Class 2A Forest Park Sectional semifinal Thursday.
The regular season showed promise for the North Knox football team, as does the postseason, and a lot of the credit goes to the large senior class, more so in size than numbers.
Knox County cross country teams from Lincoln and South Knox sparkled last week and are in position to add to their postseason success Saturday when they run in the Pike Central Regional.
WASHINGTON -- Bottle of beer in hand, Ryan Zimmerman stood alone in the Nationals Park home clubhouse for a few moments, taking in the scene while his teammates celebrated reaching Washington's first World Series since 1933.
Two years ago South Knox made the lengthy trek to Clarksville for the Class A Providence Regional and came up just short against the host Pioneers in the title game. All five of the Spartans current seniors were there that day, and they haven't forgotten.
CHARLESTON, Ill. — Red Hill junior Camren Ray carded a 2-under-par 70 to earn medalist honors at the Class 2A Charleston Sectional on Monday, qualifying for this weekend's State Finals.
MOUNT CARMEL, Ill. — Collin Jackson returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, and Zach Steffey threw three touchdown passes to help Lincoln knock off Mount Carmel, 38-34, in a junior varsity football game Monday.
Despite playing without one-third of its three-headed offensive monster, Class A No. 8 South Knox's boys soccer team showed no ill effects in the championship game of the South Knox Sectional Saturday.
Julius Hardiman has been an important player all season in his first year at Lincoln, but the Washington transfer’s most memorable performance may have came on Friday.
SULLIVAN — Abby Niehaus and Tia Tolbert each supplied a pair of first half goals, and No. 11 Rivet eased by Bloomfield, 7-0, in the Class A Sullivan girls soccer sectional Thursday.
SULLIVAN — South Knox’s girls took the field for the second time in their Class A Sullivan Sectional on Thursday. And for the second time, the Spartans went to penalty kicks.
North Knox’s football team wants to put a two-game losing streak behind, and a win at North Daviess tonight gives the Warriors their first outright Southwest Conference title.
Todd Wolfe was in the right place at the right time to poach the first and last goals for North Knox on Wednesday, and the Warriors blanked White River Valley, 3-0, in the Class A South Knox Sectional semifinals.
For the first time all season, Lincoln has strung together consecutive wins. Getting a third straight win this week will be a challenge as the opponent carries a much more impressive streak.
With South Knox owning a 12-0 regular season win over Washington Catholic, the Cardinals weren’t expected to put up much of a fight in their Class A South Knox Sectional opener on Tuesday.
SULLIVAN — It was about all North Knox’s girls soccer team could ask for in its second half against Washington Catholic in the Class A Sullivan Sectional opener Tuesday. The first half? Not so much.
MATTOON, Ill. — Lawrenceville co-op golfers Camren Ray, Hayden Hesler and Garrett Hulfachor advanced to the sectional round by way of top-10 finishes among non-qualifying teams at the Class 2A Mattoon Regional on Monday.
Rivet has had the most successful girls soccer program in the area since it's inaugural season in 2016, so it's not surprising that the Patriots have the best chance of continuing that success this week as the 26th annual IHSAA girls soccer state tournament gets started today.
WASHINGTON — Lincoln made a final push to get within a goal of Pike Central in their first round Class 2A Washington Sectional match Monday, but the Alices' final attack was flagged offsides, and the Chargers ran out the clock for a 2-1 boys soccer win.
Lincoln received the most difficult path, North Knox got a quality draw, and Rivet and South Knox are somewhere in between as the IHSAA revealed its pairings for its 48th annual state volleyball tournament on Saturday.