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The Blue Ridge Lady Knights earned a senior night victory Tuesday evening in two sets against El Paso-Gridley.
At Farmer City,
The Knights won 25-23, 25-23 in two close sets to improve to 23-5 (8-4 HOIC).
The Tri-Valley Middle School cross country girls team qualified for the upcoming class 2A stat meet at Normal Parkside with a third place team finish in the 13-team Paxton Sectional on Saturday, Oct. 8.
LeROY — A fourth-quarter safety recorded by the LeRoy Panthers allowed the squad to avoid their third shutout on the season Friday night in a loss to the Deer Creek-Mackinaw Chiefs.
The lone LeRoy scoring play was a defensive effort led by seniors Dalton Noe and Alex LaMont, and was one of few bright spots against a solid, undefeated Dee-Mack squad.
FARMER CITY- After losing their starting quarterback, backup quarterback and starting fullback due to recent injuries, the Blue Ridge High School football team had to make some adjustments and get creative Friday night for their final varsity contest.
Part of being successful in the sport of cross country is peaking at the right time.
Tri-Valley/LeRoy is doing just that. The Vikings ran at Dawson Lake last week, and among the five teams that posted a team score, they finished second with 31 points.
FISHER — The Tri-Valley Vikings scored on offense and defense while piling up 497 yards as they improved their overall record to 7-0 and 6-0 in Heart of Illinois conference play Friday night with 56-12 win over the Fisher Bunnies.
In the Hollywood motion picture “Rocky,” Sylvester Stallone, playing the title character, was overjoyed when he was on his feet at the end of the 15th round. But, he lost the fight on the scorecards.
FLANAGAN – The Panthers scored on their first six possessions against Flanagan-Cornell-Woodland Friday night to take a 47-0 lead into halftime.
The Tri-Valley Lady Vikings beat the LeRoy Panthers last Wednesday night before sustaining their second loss of the season against a talented St. Joseph-Ogden team Monday.
The Vikings won in two sets against the Panthers on a night that was a fundraiser of the Tri-Valley Athletic Boosters and the Make-a-Wish foundation.