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Friday, October 22, 2021

Siedle is interim WHS hoops coach

Waterloo High School has named Allen Siedle as interim head coach of the boys basketball program for the upcoming 2021-22 season. Siedle joined the WHS...

Bulldogs, Eagles falter

In Friday night high school football action, both Waterloo and Columbia suffered losses in their homecoming games. The Bulldogs looked to be on their...

Bulldogs, Hawks go pink for the cause

The Waterloo and Gibault high school volleyball squads met for their annual rivalry match Thursday night at Waterloo High School, with players, coaches and...

Soccer regionals underway

Local high school soccer squads are seeking some more hardware for the trophy case, as regional play is now underway.  Gibault opened its postseason with...

Eagles win big; Bulldogs fall

In Friday night high school football action, the Columbia Eagles dominated at Salem while the Waterloo Bulldogs ran into trouble at Highland. Columbia won...

WHS boys hoops coach resigns

Waterloo High School confirmed this week that due to family circumstances, Scott Spinner has stepped down as head varsity boys basketball coach after just...

It’s time for postseason soccer

The postseason is in sight for local high school boys soccer squads. Waterloo downed cross-town rival Gibault at home last Wednesday night, 3-1.  Zach Lenz started...

WHS girls tennis dazzling this fall

With an 8-1 win over Marquette on Monday, the Waterloo High School girls tennis squad improved to 11-3 on the season.  Other wins for the...

Girls golfers give it their best shot

The high school girls golf season came to an end for local teams Monday in the IHSA Class 1A Gibault Sectional held at Acorns...

Boys golfers just miss state

A few local high school golfers just missed the cut to advance to state during Monday’s sectional competition.  In the IHSA Class 2A Effingham Sectional at...

Bulldogs win at Jerseyville, 48-22

The Waterloo High School football team picked up a big Mississippi Valley Conference road victory Friday night at Jerseyville, winning 48-22. The Bulldogs were down...

Eagles crush Wood River, 42-12

The Columbia High School football team returned to its winning ways with a 42-12 victory at home Friday night over Wood River. “It was nice...
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