Stories about Mendota high school sports
The Mendota football team returns four starters on the offensive line, and the Trojans will rely on that experience up front as they hope to build on their 2021 success.
Sixteen teams around north-central Illinois competed in the 7-on-7 and Linemen Challenge on Saturday, July 16, 2022, at Princeton High School.
Princeton will be the hot bed for some summer football on Saturday with its 5th Annual 7-on-7/Lineman Challenge.
IVCC, Mendota offering summer camps
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.
A look at the top boys tennis players in the NewsTribune area during the 2022 season.
A look at the top softball players in the NewsTribune Area this season.
A look at the top baseball players in the NewsTribune Area this spring.
A look at the top times, distances and heights among NewsTribune area boys track and field teams this season.
A look at the top times, distances and heights among NewsTribune area girls track and field teams this season.
Mendota's Ethan Hanaman will continue his golf career at Missouri Baptist.
The Tri-County Conference released postseason awards for baseball and softball, the Three Rivers announced its all-conference baseball team, St. Bede softball coach Shawn Sons earned an award and registration is underway for the IV Men's Golf Championship.
Local players are selected to the IBCA All-Star Games, all-conference baseball and softball teams are released and local athletes fall short of NCAA Division I nationals.
Mendota's Logan Brandner and Andrew Stamberger, La Salle-Peru's Andrew Bollis and Joe Pohar and Princeton's Tyson Phillips all bowed out of the state tennis tournament Friday.
L-P's Andrew Bollis and Joe Pohar and Mendota's Logan Brandner and Andrew Stamberger each won their first round match at the IHSA Class 1A State Tournament on Thursday.