Sports

Bright future for LeRoy VB girls

FISHER — The LeRoy girls volleyball squad fell to the Lady Knights of Blue Ridge Thursday night, ending what will be looked at as a rebuilding season. 


Hall earns boys golf MVP honors

Myron Schroeder|LFC Press

DOWNS — On Thursday evening, Oct. 30, the Tri-Valley boys golf team held their awards banquet at the Elementary School Gym. The festivities began with Coach Bryan Corn explaining to the group of young golfers how golf can be a lifetime commitment. 


Improvements for Viking runners

DECATUR — The Tri-Valley girls cross country team did not qualify for state competition at their sectional race Saturday, but the Viking girls did make the largest improvement out of all of the 21 teams competing at St. Teresa High School. 


Impressive season ends for Viking girls volleyball squad

CHAMPAIGN- Coming into the sectional opener at St. Thomas More High School as the underdogs, Tri-Valley knew they had a lofty task to accomplish. With only two losses on the year, Maroa-Forsyth was an intimidating target.


LeRoy vs. Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond

Photos from LeRoy's 54-34 football win against Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond on Nov. 1, 2014.


LeRoy's offensive barrage buries Knights

LeROY – An unexpected offensive barrage led the Panthers past the Knights of Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond at home by a 54-34 margin Saturday.

The Panthers forced the Knights and quarterback Tyler Schuring to a 3-and-out on their first possession, starting their first drive from their own 37-yard line.


Sutton: Ridge aligned for future success

Ridgeview/Blue Ridge came into this year as two separate schools that had agreed to unite their football destinies. Despite over 40 miles of distance between the two communities of Farmer City and Colfax, the cooperative agreement brought the schools together to become The Ridge.


Vikes get semi-final rematch with Maroa-Forsyth

DOWNS — Last year, the Tri-Valley Vikings had an outstanding playoff run that halted just one win shy of a state championship. 

To get to the big stage at Northern Illinois University, the Vikes had to go through defending champion Maroa-Forsyth Trojans at Viking Field in Downs. 


Panthers prepare for playoffs

LeROY — The Panthers topped the Mustangs of Ridgeview/Blue Ridge Friday night to end the regular season with a 7-2 record. 

The Panthers dominated throughout the game, with Bryce Dooley rumbling for a 35-yard touchdown run to begin the game just over three minutes into the action. 


LeRoy girls golfers commemorate strong season

Myron Schroeder|LFC Press

LeROY — With another Heart of Illinois Conference Championship, a second place in the IHSA regional and fourth place finish in the sectional, the LeRoy girls golf team posted one of their best years in program history.


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