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EAST PEORIA — Tri-Valley seventh grader Windsor Roberts put the crowd through a roller coaster afternoon last weekend by dodging elimination numerous times before earning a spot on top of the pole vault podium.
It took Roberts until her third attempt at several earlier heights just to get to the championship round.
CHARLESTON — When coaches and athletes talk about the pole vault, the name Tri-Valley High School inevitably enters the discussion — both on the boys and girls level.
Jenna Ring, a Tri-Valley junior, furthered that lore on the girls level at the Illinois High School Association Class 1A State Championships.
LeROY – A year-long theme of Panther postseason success continued Tuesday night as the Panthers took this year’s softball playoff run further than any LeRoy team has before it.
BLOOMINGTON — The Panthers came up with two big innings amongst a bevy of “soft outs” Wednesday night at Illinois Wesleyan University in sectional play, according to their coach.
PAXTON – After an emotional extra-inning win last Thursday night, the Tri-Valley Vikings came up short in the regional championship Saturday against a tough Paxton-Buckley-Loda squad.
The host Panthers took a 10-7 victory against Matt Mier and the Vikings as PBL’s Wyatt Kingery improved to 10-1.
ROANOKE — Blue Ridge ace Ben Williamson was once again masterful as he dueled with Peoria Heights’ Blake Begner for seven innings Saturday afternoon in the Knights’ regional championship.
But a first-inning run turned out to be all Peoria Heights would need to top the Knights at Roanoke.
PAXTON — It took three pitchers and one extra inning, but the Tri-Valley Vikings took home a 7-6 win Thursday against St. Thomas More to advance to Saturday's regional championship.
LeROY – The LeRoy girls took care of the Ridgeview Mustangs Tuesday night behind another pitching gem from junior Marissa Adams.
EL PASO – The Lady Vikings put a crooked number on the fourth inning scoreboard to end their first regional contest with a 10-0 win over Lowpoint-Washburn Tuesday night.
Tri-Valley scored their 10 runs on eight hits while Ally Wiegand allowed just one hit and struck out 13 in the victory.
At the 16-team Gibson City sectional last Friday, the Tri-Valley Lady Vikings qualified multiple for state, starting with the 4x800-meter relay team that finished in a time of 10:33.10.