Stories about Bureau Valley high school sports
The battle of the top two teams in the Three Rivers East turned into a bit of a one-sided affair Thursday night. With Newman leading Bureau Valley by a game in the division standings, the Comets played a rock-steady, consistent brand of volleyball in a 25-15, 25-16 victory.
The Dixon girls golf team advanced to sectionals with a second-place finish at the 1A Byron Regional along with individuals from Oregon, Forreston and Newman on Thursday.
La Salle-Peru's Allie Thome earned a sectional berth in girls golf, Putnam County volleyball earned a conference win and more volleyball, tennis and soccer results in Thursday's NewsTribune roundup.
Piper Stenzel claimed medalist honors and helped put the finishing touches on Seneca's regional title, edging El Paso-Gridley 412-415.
Teams from Seneca, Bureau Valley, St. Bede, Erie-Phophestown, Hall, Fieldcrest, Marquette, Princeton, and Earlville competed in the Class 1A Regional golf meet on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2023 at Spring Creek Golf Course in Spring Valley.
A look at the top area football players through five weeks of the season.
Here are this week’s BCR Pigskin Prognosticator picks for Week 6
La Salle-Peru looks to bounce back against Woodstock, St. Bede faces Elmwood Park and Mendota plays Riverdale in Saturday afternoon games along with a look at the Hall, Princeton, Bureau Valley, Fieldcrest and Amboy games.
Newman hosts Bureau Valley at volleyball Thursday, Sept. 28, 2023.
Golfers from Newman, Oregon, Fulton, Bureau Valley, Eastland and Erie-Prophetstown advanced out of the Class 1A Port Byron Regional on Wednesday. The Rock Falls volleyball team also picked up a win over Stillman Valley.
The Bureau Valley boys golf team advanced to a sectional and more golf and tennis results in Wednesday's NewsTribune roundup.
Here is a look at every Sauk Valley area football matchup in Week 6 along with game predictions.
Area girls regional previews including Bureau Valley, Earlville, Fieldcrest, Hall, Marquette, Princeton, Seneca, St. Bede
Here’s a look at the area statistical leaders through Week 5
PHS sophomore Augustus Swanson was 15th in the boys race with a time of 18:12.58.On the girls side, PHS freshmen Ruby Acker placed sixth (21:23.32) and Payton Frueh finished 15th (21:55.58) to claim all-conference honors.