Stories about St. Bede high school sports
No moment was bigger than her three-run, opposite field shot to left field in the bottom of the third inning to give the St. Bede Bruins a 3-1 lead in Friday’s Class 1A St. Bede Sectional championship.
St. Bede defeated Biggsville during the Class 1A Sectional softball title game on Friday, May 26, 2023 at St. Bed Academy. The Lady Bruins will play Orangeville in the Class 1A Supersectional on Monday at Sterling High School.
Players from Bureau Valley, Hall, Mendota, Princeton and St. Bede included in list of honorees
Three Princeton throwers advanced to Saturday's finals at the IHSA Class 2A Boys Track and Field State Meet in Charleston with top 12 finishes in Friday's preliminaries.
Bureau Valley senior Elijah House advanced to the Class 1A finals in the 800 meters and more from boys state track and field and boys state tennis in Thursday's BCR roundup.
Bureau Valley senior Elijah House advanced to the Class 1A finals in the 800 meters and more from boys state track and field and boys state tennis in Thursday's NewsTribune roundup.
Princeton is bringing four throws to the IHSA State Track and Field Meet, while La Salle-Peru, St. Bede, Bureau Valley, Fieldcrest and the Amboy co-op also will have athletes competing.
St. Bede defeated Woodhull in the Class 1A Softball Sectional semifinal game on Tuesday, May 23, 2023 at St. Bede Academy.
St. Bede's Luke Tunnell was voted NewsTribune Athlete of the Week after helping the Bruins secure the Three Rivers Conference East Division title.
The St. Bede softball team and the Henry-Senachwine baseball team won regional titles Saturday.
Henry-Midland senior Laney Lester won a state title and claimed a runner-up medal, while several other athletes from Henry-Midland, St. Bede and Princeton also earned state medals Saturday.
Behind Taylor Waldron's pitching, Marquette won its seventh straight 1A regional with a 4-0 win over St. Bede.
Marquette shut out St. Bede 4-0 to win the Class 1A Regional title on Saturday, May 20, 2023 at Masinelli Field in Ottawa. The Crusaders win their 7th consecutive Class 1A Regional championship.
A look at regional scores and matchups, Saturday, May 20
Princeton will send senior ace Danny Cihocki to the mound seeking its first regional title in 18 years when the 2005 squad won the sectional.