PEORIA, Ill. -- When the final race of his prep cross country career ended, Jacob Bryan only wanted to do one thing. "I wanted to lay down," he said. "I was pretty tired." The rest had to wait until the Illini West senior received his medal...
ELMWOOD, Ill. ญญ-- Three local runners advanced to next weekend's state meet from the Class 1A Elmwood Sectional Saturday morning. Pittsfield's Eli Ten Eyck and Illini West's Jacob Bryan advanced after finishing fifth and sixth, respectively, in the boys r
BOWLING GREEN, Mo. -- Devin Neff won his third race in as many weekends, winning the Class 2 District 3 boys cross country meet Saturday. The Mark Twain runner won in 16 minutes, 53.72 seconds, beating out Clark County's Nathan Frazee by 38 seconds. The Pa
GRANITE CITY, Ill. -- Quincy High School's Lydia Kurfman advanced to the Class 4A state meet after finishing in fourth place in Saturday's Granite City Sectional. Kurfman finished in 17 minutes, 27 seconds and was 35 seconds behind Yorkville's Alyssa Edwar
Devin Neff's confidence was low at the start of the cross country season. His times weren't where he wanted them by a large margin, and he even wondered if he still had what it took to compete.
ALEDO, Ill. -- Jacob Bryan took home first place at the Class 1A regional at Mercer County on Saturday to help the Illini West cross country team advance as a team with a second-place finish. Bryan led the field with a time of 16:01.2, 14.2 seconds better
BELLEVILLE, Ill.--The Quincy High School girls cross country team finished third in the Class 3A regional at Belleville West on Saturday, while Noah Fleer, Jacob Spooner and Carson Triplett advanced as individuals from the boys race. Lydia Kurfman led the
BOWLING GREEN, Mo. -- Devin Neff of the Mark Twain boys cross country team won the Bowling Green Invitational by 30 seconds Friday. Neff finished in 16 minutes, 53.03 seconds. Donovan Denslow from Clopton was the second-place finisher in 17:23.59. Clark Co
Tom Little is treating the Brown County football team's two-game skid like a hitting slump in baseball. "We're just missing," the Hornets' football coach said. "Maybe a guy had a wrong block there or a had a wrong cut here. We're not facing injuries. We'r