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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Soccer season winding down

Only a few matches remain in the high school boys soccer season, with local teams kicking hard to the finish. Waterloo (4-7) only had 14...

Eagles flying past foes

The Columbia High School soccer team continues to soar past the competition, improving to 7-1 on the season with a 9-2 blasting of Salem...

Soccer teams keep kicking

Columbia continues to impress, Gibault is on the upswing, and Waterloo and Valmeyer are taking their lumps on the soccer pitch so far this...

Eagles pile on the goals

The Columbia High School soccer team posted a pair of recent blowout wins ahead of a busy week of games for local squads. The Eagles...

Holden wins 600th at WHS

The Waterloo High School boys soccer team battled in the rain and the mud in a hard-fought home opener Monday against Collinsville, falling 2-1. The...

Soccer season (finally) kicks off

The high school boys soccer season normally takes place in the fall, but COVID-19 forced a change in plans. It’s a spring sport now,...

IHSA sets sports schedule

The IHSA Board of Directors met for a special board meeting Wednesday, during which it decided on an updated sports schedule and other guidance...

Finally some good news for high school sports in Illinois

With the metro east moving to Tier 2 COVID mitigations in the state’s Restore Illinois Plan on Friday, it joined other regions in finally...

CHS grad selected in MLS draft

Aedan Stanley, a 2018 graduate of Columbia High School, was picked 21st overall in the Major League Soccer SuperDraft by Austin FC on Thursday....

IHSA sports plan approved

The Illinois High School Association said the Illinois Department of Public Health on Friday officially approved the IHSA’s modified sports schedule that the IHSA...

IHSA going with modified sports schedule based on state guidance

Guidance for the future of high school and youth sports came Wednesday from Gov. JB Pritzker and the Illinois High School Association as state...

Cahokia Conference seeks to expand

The Cahokia Conference has asked five schools to join for high school athletics, with Roxana and Okawville already accepting the invitation. The other three schools...
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