Putnam County High School sports news
A look at all the boys basketball regionals involving NewsTribune area teams.
The Putnam County girls basketball team fell in a regional semifinal, Fieldcrest earned its 28th win, Earlville matched the school record for wins and more in Monday's NewsTribune roundup.
Amboy defeated Putnam County 52-43 in the Class 1A girls basketball Regional semifinal game on Monday, Feb. 12, 2024 in Bader Gym. Amboy will play St. Bede for the Regional Final on at Marquette High School on Friday at 7p.m.
Girls wrestlers qualified for the state tournament out of the Geneseo Sectional on Saturday.
Individuals competed in the girls Sectional Wrestling meet on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024 at Geneseo High School.
A look at all the girls basketball regionals involving NewsTribune area teams.
A look at the boys and girls wrestling sectionals involving La Salle-Peru, St. Bede, Putnam County-Hall, Mendota and Princeton.
The La Salle-Peru boys basketball team beat Minooka in overtime and more basketball results in Tuesday's NewsTribune roundup.
The La Salle-Peru girls basketball team picked up a nonconference win and more basketball and swimming results in Monday's NewsTribune roundup.
The L-P girls bowling team won a regional title, Princeton wrestling finished second in its regional along with basketball results in Saturday's NewsTribune roundup.
The St. Bede girls basketball team earned the No. 2 seed in its sub-sectional and will play in the Class 1A Marquette Regional along with No. 5 Putnam County. Princeton is a No. 4 seed in 2A. Hall, Earlville and Fieldcrest are hosting regionals.
The St. Bede, Hall and Putnam County girls basketball teams won conference games along with other area results in Thursday's NewsTribune roundup.
The L-P girls bowling team won its third conference tournament in a row and more basketball and wrestling results in Monday's NewsTribune roundup.
La Salle-Peru girls wrestler Kiely Domyancich won a regional title and more wrestling, basketball and bowling results in Saturday's NewsTribune roundup.
Top-seeded Seneca defeated No. 2 Marquette 68-54 for the championship of 97th annual Tri-County Conference boys basketball tournament Saturday