Stories about Erie-Prophetstown high school sports
The upcoming volleyball season brings with it many questions for a lot of teams in the area, with lots of last year’s star players having graduated all around the Sauk Valley. Here are some storylines to watch this fall.
The Erie-Prophetstown football team loses 17 seniors from a season ago, but it's keeping expectations high after a resurgent 8-3 season in 2021.
As the IHSA released its 2022 football schedules today, here’s a look at an intriguing matchup each week in the Sauk Valley area.
One of the fastest-growing sports in the Sauk Valley is high school trap shooting. In the Sauk Valley alone, several teams have sprung up the last few years, including Milledgeville, Polo, Eastland, Morrison, Prophetstown, Forreston and Faith Christian.
Here's a Week by Week look at the Three Rivers Conference football calendar. Dates are not set yet as the conference works around officials shortages.
For Bureau Valley standout and coach Saige Barnett made a Homecoming to Storm Gym Thursday night, coaching the E-P freshmen girls team.
Here is the 2022 Sauk Valley Media All-Area Baseball Team, along with the season's final stats leaderboard.
Here is the 2022 Sauk Valley Media All-Area Softball Team, along with the season's final stats leaderboard.
Rock Falls native Jakob Junis will miss the next 4 to 6 weeks of the season after suffering a hamstring injury in his last start for the San Francisco Giants last Friday.
Rock Falls native Jake Junis had another stellar start Sunday for the San Francisco Giants, giving up just one run and two hits in a season-high six innings and notching the win in a 5-1 victory over the Miami Marlins.
In a spring filled with so much craziness, was there any doubt that it would have a wacky ending?
Local athletes fared well Saturday at the IHSA State Track & Field Championships in Charleston, with five top-five finishes at O'Brien Field.
Breanna Kloster’s walk-off two-run double in the bottom of the seventh inning sent the Forreston softball team into the Class 1A Elite Eight on Saturday, as the Cardinals won the South Beloit Sectional final 8-7 over Dakota.
Dixon’s doubles team of Lucas Healy and Owen Grot, and Sterling singles player Brecken Peterson both won three matches at the Class 1A Boys Tennis State Tournament before bowing out Friday.
For a handful of Sauk Valley area boys track & field athletes, the dream of winning a state title continued Thursday in the IHSA Class 1A State Track & Field prelims at O’Brien Field in Charleston. Four individuals and two relay teams advanced to Saturday’s finals.