Leland, Illinois High School sports news
The Sandwich boys wrestling team fell just short against Riverdale at Class 1A Sterling Newman Central Catholic Dual Team Sectional on Tuesday.
Sandwich, Marquette, Somonuak, Earlville and Flanagan-Cornell's boys basketball teams all prevailed in their regional quarterfinal contests Monday to advance to Wednesday's second round.
The Marquette Academy boys basketball defeated host Newark 58-51 to finish up the regular season on Saturday.
A handful of local wrestlers are still in the hunt for a medal after action Friday at the Class 1A and 2A IHSA State Wrestling Tournament in Champaign; Plus, a big second quarter led Seneca boys basketball past Serena.
Seneca senior Chris Peura and Sandwich freshman Cooper Corder both advanced to the semifinals of the IHSA Class 1A State Boys Wrestling Tournament on Thursday. Plus, more results from around the Times area.
Indian Creek wins boys basketball. That and state wrestling in Thursday's roundup.
While Fieldcrest and Newark's girls basketball teams saw their seasons draw to a close Tuesday, both Seneca and Serena advanced on with regional semifinal wins, plus plenty of boys results in Tuesday's Times Area Roundup.
Earlville's Griffin Cook recorded a triple-double of 21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in a win over Woodland on Monday which tied the 86-year-old record of the 1937-38 team for most season wins (25) in program history. Plus, more results from around the Times area.
Wrestling and girls bowling sectionals, boys basketball shootouts and girls basketball regionals begin in The Times Area Roundup for Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024.
The Seneca boys basketball team outscored Woodland 21-11 in the third quarter on Friday to earn a Tri-County Conference victory at the Warrior Dome. Plus, more results from around the Times area.
The Seneca, Somonauk-Leland and Fieldcrest girls basketball teams all earn league wins on Thursday. Plus, more results from around the Times area.
Ottawa topped Streator in girls basketball action at the Pops, Streator's boys saw their ICE Conference championship hopes take a hit, plus more in Wednesday's Times Area Roundup.
Flanagan-Cornell/Woodland's Ella Derossett surpassed 1,000 career points against Roanoke-Benson on Tuesday; Ottawa topped Dunlap for coach Mark Cooper's program-tying career win. Plus, more results from around the Times area.
At Serena on Monday, the host Huskers wrapped up their fifth consecutive Little Ten Conference regular-season championship, plus a Woodland senior-night win and more from across The Times area.
Sandwich, Marquette and Seneca wrestling along with Streator and Ottawa girls bowling advanced individuals out of regionals Saturday, Marquette's seventh-grade boys basketball team made the IESA title game, plus more from around the area.