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November 14, 2014

 

(NEWTON)  Week Eleven of the National Football League began last night down in Miami
the host Dolphins beat the visiting Bills from Buffalo, 22-9
there will be twelve more games Sunday before Week Eleven ends next Monday night in Tennessee

 

(ROBINSON)  in Junior College Basketball last night – the Lincoln Trail College men won at home
the host Statesmen led the entire game and held on to beat Danville Area Community College, 66-63
  *  Aaron Siler led LT with 12 points, while Mike Brown had 11 points and Deionte Simmons had 10
the Statesmen improve to 3&1 on the year
they are back in action at home, northeast of Robinson, tomorrow night against Parkland

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls Junior High Basketball last night – Olney St. Joe won two on the road
the Lady Wildcats won the 8th grade game, beating South Central, 31-26
  *  St. Joe’s Kayley Young and Paige Steber teamed up to score 17 points
  *  St. Joe’s Hannah Hartleroad had 10 rebounds
the younger Lady Wildcats won the 7th grade game, 28-6 as they improved to 5&4 on the year
the St. Joe girls are back in action tonight at home as they’ll host Cisne

 

(OLNEY)  also in Girls Junior High Hoops last night – the Lady Cubs split two games on the road
Olney lost the 8th grade game at Effingham St. Anthony, 40-22 – the varsity is now 7&4 on the year
  *  for the Lady Cubs – Taylor LeCrone had 7 points and Brittney Black added 6 points
Olney won the 7th grade game in overtime, 22-18 as the junior varsity improves to 6&3 overall
the Lady Cubs are back in action tomorrow up at Newton

 

(OLNEY)  the IHSA State Volleyball Tournaments are this weekend in Normal in ISU’s Redbird Arena
the best of luck to our two area downstate teams taking part
  *  from the Midland Trail Conference, Woodlawn plays at around 10:30 this morning in Class 1A
  *  from the Little Illini Conference, Edwards County plays at around 12 noon today in Class 2A
the Tournaments then continue with all the finals tomorrow, on Saturday

 

(NEWTON)  the IHSA State Football Playoffs also continue this weekend with quarter-final action
the local Class 3A matchup involves Robinson playing at Mt. Carmel tomorrow afternoon at 1:00
other downstate teams in action tomorrow afternoon includes
  *  Chester hosting Tuscola in Class 2A at 2:30
  *  Carterville at Herrin at 1:00 in Class 4A
  *  and in Class 5A, Taylorville will host Springfield Sacred Heart Griffin at 3:00
all Saturday winners advance to semi-final action next weekend

 


                                                LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  a Dodgeball Tournament fundraiser is tomorrow at Britton’s Bull Pen, at the south edge of Olney, along Whittle Avenue, raising funds for the Children’s Miracle Network – it’s for four player teams with four age categories,  priced at $10 per player – the Elementary School group plays at 1:00 – the Middle School group plays at 2:00 – the High School group plays at 3:00 – and the Adult group plays at 4:00 – for more information or details, contact Gary Houchin or Tim Musser at 618-393-5900

 

(OLNEY)  it’s “Meet the Tigers / Lady Tigers” night coming up tonight in Ron Herrin Gym at East Richland High School – picture time starts at 5:00, with individuals available along with team photo opps as well – then at 6:00, the teams will be introduced and each basketball team will have a short scrimmage – there will also be Tiger Nation t-shirts and other Tiger items for sale, plus concessions – then a “Rock-Paper-Scissor” Tournament open to each ERHS Class and an Open Class for anyone else – all are invited out to Ron Herrin Gym at ERHS this Friday night – contact the High School for more details

 

(DIETERICH)  the Dieterich High School will have its annual “Meet the Movin’ Maroons” night tonight with pre-game music by the DHS band at 5:40 – the cheerleaders will be introduced at 6:15, then the boys basketball teams will be introduced at 6:20, followed by the junior varsity and varsity teams will scrimmage, plus a local basketball referee will share this year’s “points of emphasis” from the IHSA – the admission price is a canned food item at the door – a soup supper in the cafeteria runs from 4:00 to 7:00

 

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(OLNEY)  also on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s the latest in sports, all day and all night, on CBS Sports Radio, 107.1 FM / 740 AM, WVLN – plus, sports around the clock at www.wvlnam.com

 

 

 

November 13, 2014

 

(OLNEY)  in Junior College Basketball last night – the OCC Blue Knights lost at home
the OCC men fell to visiting Highland Community College, 73-68
  *  the game had twelve ties and seventeen lead changes, but Highland came out on top
  *  for OCC, Dimitri Reaves poured in 31 game high points – freshman Alex Brown added 15 points
now at 2&3, the Blue Knights next scheduled game Saturday night with St. Catherine is cancelled
the Blue Knights’ next game will be next Monday night at home against Indiana Elite Prep at 7:30

 

(NEWTON)  in Junior College Volleyball news – congratulations to the Lady Lakers from LLC
Lake Land won the Great Rivers Athletic Conference Championship Award for the 2nd straight year
the Lady Lakers also won the NJCAA Region 24 Championship as well
Lake Land finished the regular season with an overall record of 24&16 – they were 9&1 in the GRAC
  *  John A. Logan finished 2nd in the GRAC standings at 8&2 – the Lady Vols were 23&10 overall
  *  Kaskaskia College was 3rd in the League at 6&4 – the Kaskaskia ladies were 17&14 on the year
  *  Southwestern Illinois was 4th in the GRAC at 5&5 – the Lady Storm were 12&20 overall
  *  Rend Lake College finished 5th in the League at 2&8 – the Lady Warriors were 4&31 on the year
  *  Lincoln Trail was 6th in the GRAC at 0&10 – the Lady Statesmen were 0&25 overall
       *  it was the first year back in volleyball at Lincoln Trail College since 2006
other GRAC members, Olney Central, Southeastern Illinois, & Wabash Valley do not have volleyball

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls Junior High Hoops last night – Olney split two games with Albion
the Lady Cubs won the 8th grade game, 48-38 as the varsity improves to 7&3 on the year
  *  Olney’s Taylor LeCrone led all scorers with 23 points
Olney lost the 7th grade game to Albion, 26-19 as the junior varsity drops to 5&3 on the year
the Lady Cubs are back in action tonight, traveling to Effingham, to play St. Anthony

 

(OLNEY)  also in Girls Junior High Basketball last night – Olney / St. Joe dropped two games at home
the Lady Wildcats lost the 8th grade game to Oblong, 45-6
the St. Joe girls dropped the 7th grade game, 18-15
the Lady Wildcats are back in action tonight up at Kinmundy against South Central

 

(NEWTON)  in Girls Junior High Basketball Tuesday night – Newton / Jasper County won two on the road
the Junior Lady Eagles won the 8th grade game over Casey, 26-14
  *  Newton was led in scoring by Alison Russell and Mallory Bergbower, each with 11 points
the Jasper County girls also won the 7th grade game over Casey, 23-12
the Junior Lady Eagles are back in action tonight when they host Altamont in Newton

 

(NEWTON)  in Junior College Basketball – it’s back to non-conference action at Lincoln Trail College
the Statesmen are back at home northeast of Robinson tonight as they host Danville
the Lincoln Trail men beat Danville up in Vermillion County last Wednesday by four points, 81-77
the Statesmen will look to win their fourth game of the young year with game time tonight at 7:30
it's the only men’s game involving a GRAC or Region 24 team

 

(OLNEY)  Week Eleven in the National Football League begins tonight down in Miami
the 5&4 Dolphins will host the 5&4 Bills from Buffalo
there will be twelve more games Sunday before Week Eleven ends next Monday night in Tennessee

 


                                                LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  a Dodgeball Tournament is coming up this Saturday at Britton’s Bull Pen, at the south edge of Olney, raising funds for the Children’s Miracle Network, sponsored by Wal-Mart Logistics – it’s for four player teams with four age categories,  priced at $10 per player – the Elementary School group plays at 1:00 – the Middle School group plays at 2:00 – the High School group plays at 3:00 – and the Adult group plays at 4:00 – for more information or details, contact Gary Houchin or Tim Musser at 618-393-5900

 

(OLNEY)  it’s “Meet the Tigers / Lady Tigers” night coming up tomorrow night in Ron Herrin Gym at East Richland High School – picture time starts at 5:00, with individuals available along with team photo opps as well – then at 6:00, the teams will be introduced and each basketball team will have a short scrimmage – there will also be Tiger Nation t-shirts and other Tiger items for sale, plus concessions – then a “Rock-Paper-Scissor” Tournament open to each ERHS Class and an Open Class for anyone else – all are invited out to Ron Herrin Gym at ERHS this Friday night – contact the High School for more details

 

(DIETERICH)  the Dieterich High School will have its annual “Meet the Movin’ Maroons” night tomorrow night with pre-game music by the DHS band at 5:40 – the cheerleaders will be introduced at 6:15, then the boys basketball teams will be introduced at 6:20, followed by the junior varsity and varsity teams will scrimmage, plus a local basketball referee will share this year’s “points of emphasis” from the IHSA – the admission price is a canned food item at the door – a soup supper in the cafeteria runs from 4:00 to 7:00

 

(NEWTON)  the 2014-2015 Newton Eagle Basketball reserved seats are now on sale for all NCHS fans –  the reserved seat price is at $40 each and family passes are available – for details, call the NCHS office

 

(DIETERICH)  the Dieterich High School is currently selling reserve seat season tickets, now open to the general public – individual and family season passes are available – call the Dieterich High School office

 

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(OLNEY)  also on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Lincoln Trail Statesmen basketball tonight on 103.5 “The Eagle” with game time at around 7:30  :  and it’s the latest in sports, all day and all night, on CBS Sports Radio, 107.1 FM / 740 AM, WVLN – plus, sports around the clock at www.wvlnam.com

 

 

 

November 12, 2014

 

(NEWTON)  in Junior College Basketball last night – the Lincoln Trail teams won their home openers
the Statesmen won their non-conference battle over Lincoln College, 86-79
  *  LTC was led by local product Aaron Seiler with 18 points – Darryl Baker added 15 points
  *  the Statesmen improve to 2&1 on the year as Lincoln College drops to 3&2
meanwhile, the Lady Statesmen won their game over Ivy Tech, 88-53
the LTC men are back in action against Danville tomorrow night in the Lincoln Trail Gym near Robinson

 

(OLNEY)  the IHSA State Volleyball Tournaments will be this weekend in Normal
in fact, the top four teams in all four classes will be in Illinois State’s Redbird Arena tomorrow for practice
the best of luck to our two area downstate teams taking part
  *  from the Midland Trail Conference, Woodlawn plays at around 10:30 Friday morning in Class 1A
  *  from the Little Illini Conference, Edwards County plays at around 12 noon Friday in Class 2A
the Tournaments then continue with all the finals on Saturday

 

(NEWTON)  the IHSA State Football Playoffs also continue this weekend with quarter-final action
the local Class 3A matchup involves Robinson playing at Mt. Carmel Saturday afternoon at 1:00
other downstate teams in action on Satuday includes
  *  Chester hosting Tuscola in Class 2A at 2:30
  *  Carterville at Herrin at 1:00 in Class 4A
  *  in Class 5A, Taylorville will host Springfield Sacred Heart Griffin at 3:00
all Saturday winners advance to semi-final action the following weekend

 

(OLNEY)  it’s back to Junior College Basketball tonight at Olney Central College
the Blue Knights will host Highland College in “The Dungeon” with game time at 7:30
it’s a men’s game only as the Lady Knights are off until next Tuesday night

 


                                                LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  a Dodgeball Tournament is coming up this Saturday at Britton’s Bull Pen, at the south edge of Olney, raising funds for the Children’s Miracle Network, sponsored by Wal-Mart Logistics – it’s for four player teams with four age categories,  priced at $10 per player – the Elementary School group plays at 1:00 – the Middle School group plays at 2:00 – the High School group plays at 3:00 – and the Adult group plays at 4:00 – for more information or details, contact Gary Houchin or Tim Musser at 618-393-5900

 

(OLNEY)  it’s “Meet the Tigers / Lady Tigers” night coming up this Friday night in Ron Herrin Gym at East Richland High School – starting at 6:00, teams will be introduced and each basketball team will have a short scrimmage – there will also be Tiger Nation t-shirts and other Tiger items for sale, plus concessions – then a “Rock-Paper-Scissor” Tournament open to each ERHS Class and an Open Class for anyone else – all are invited out to Ron Herrin Gym at ERHS this Friday night – contact the High School for more details

 

(NEWTON)  the 2014-2015 Newton Eagle Basketball reserved seats are now on sale for all NCHS fans –  the reserved seat price is at $40 each and family passes are available – for details, call the NCHS office

 

(DIETERICH)  the Dieterich High School is currently selling reserve seat season tickets, now open to the general public – individual and family season passes are available – call the Dieterich High School office

 

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(OLNEY)  also on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s OCC Blue Knights basketball tonight on Freedom 92.9 with game time at 7:30 and pregame at 7:25  :  and it’s the latest in sports, all day and all night, on CBS Sports Radio, 107.1 FM / 740 AM, WVLN – plus, sports around the clock at www.wvlnam.com

 

 

 

November 11, 2014

 

(OLNEY)  Week Ten of the National Football League ended last night in Philadelphia
the host Eagles took care of business by beating the visiting Panthers from North Carolina, 45-21
Week Eleven of the NFL will start this Thursday night with the Dolphins hosting the Bills down in Miami

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys Junior High Basketball last night – Clay City won two games at home
the Cubs won the 8th grade game over Geff, 47-31
Clay City also won the 7th grade game, 26-18

 

(NEWTON)  in Girls Junior High Basketball last Saturday – Newton / Jasper County won two at home
the Junior Lady Eagles won the 8th grade game over Marshall, 37-27
  *  Newton’s top scorer was Mallory Bergbower with 23 points
the Jasper County girls also won the 7th grade game, 46-14
the Junior Lady Eagles were back in action last night at Casey

 

(NEWTON)  in Junior College Basketball tonight – the Lincoln Trail College teams hit the home court
the LTC teams will be honoring all Veterans that attend tonight’s games, plus Veterans will be admitted free
  *  the Lady Statesmen will host Ivy Tech in the 5:30 game
  *  the LTC Statesmen will host Lincoln College in the second game at 7:30
it’s all non-conference action tonight at Lincoln Trail College, northeast of Robinson
you can hear the Statemen’s game tonight with a special broadcast on 103.5 “The Eagle” WIKK Newton

 


                                                LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  a Dodgeball Tournament is coming up this Saturday at Britton’s Bull Pen, at the south edge of Olney, raising funds for the Children’s Miracle Network, sponsored by Wal-Mart Logistics – it’s for four player teams with four age categories,  priced at $10 per player – the Elementary School group plays at 1:00 – the Middle School group plays at 2:00 – the High School group plays at 3:00 – and the Adult group plays at 4:00 – for more information or details, contact Gary Houchin or Tim Musser at 618-393-5900

 

(OLNEY)  it’s “Meet the Tigers / Lady Tigers” night coming up this Friday night in Ron Herrin Gym at East Richland High School – starting at 6:00, teams will be introduced and each basketball team will have a short scrimmage – there will also be Tiger Nation t-shirts and other Tiger items for sale, plus concessions – then a “Rock-Paper-Scissor” Tournament open to each ERHS Class and an Open Class for anyone else – all are invited out to Ron Herrin Gym at ERHS this Friday night – contact the High School for more details

 

(NEWTON)  the 2014-2015 Newton Eagle Basketball reserved seats are now on sale for all NCHS fans –  the reserved seat price is at $40 each and family passes are available – for details, call the NCHS office

 

(DIETERICH)  the Dieterich High School is currently selling reserve seat season tickets, now open to the general public – individual and family season passes are available – call the Dieterich High School office

 

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(OLNEY)  also on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s Lincoln Trail Statesmen basketball tonight on 103.5 “The Eagle” WIKK with game time at around 7:30  :  it’s the latest in sports, all day and all night, on CBS Sports Radio, 107.1 FM / 740 AM, WVLN – plus, sports around the clock at www.wvlnam.com

 

 

 

November 10, 2014

 

(NEWTON)  Week Ten of the National Football League continued yesterday
Here’s how the Midwestern teams did
  *  the Packers beat the Bears, 55-14
  *  the Chiefs beat the Bills, 17-13
  *  the Lions beat the Dolphins, 20-16
  *  the Rams lost to the Cardinals, 31-14
  *  the Titans lost to the Ravens, 21-7
  *  the Colts and Vikings had a bye week and did not play
Week Ten in the NFL ends tonight with the Panthers in Philadelphia against the Eagles

 

(OLNEY)  here’s the Saturday Division One College Football results for the downstate teams
Illinois had the weekend off – the 4&5 Fighting Illini will host Iowa this Saturday with an 11:00 kickoff
Eastern Illinois beat Murray State, 48-26 – the 5&5 Panthers are at Jacksonville State Saturday at 3:00
Southern Illinois beat Missouri State, 32-22 – the 6&4 Salukis host Northern Iowa this Saturday at 2:00

 

(OLNEY)  in Junior College Basketball – it was a busy Saturday at Olney Central College
in Women’s Junior College Hoops
  *  the OCC Lady Knights lost a tough game to Danville in overtime, 74-70
  *  Shelbi Samsil and Sarah Jones led OCC, each with 19 points
  *  at 0&4, the Lady Knights are off until November 18th, when they play at McKendree University
in Men’s Junior College Hoops, the Rotary Classic ended with the final two games
  *  Vincennes University beat Ancilla College, 78-57 as the Trailblazers remain undefeated at 4&0
  *  the OCC Blue Knights beat the South Carolina Sports Academy, 98-66
      *  OCC was led by Steven Davis with 21 points and Alex Brown added 16 points
  *  at 3&2, the Blue Knights are back in action this Wednesday when they host Highland College at OCC

 

(NEWTON)  the IHSA Girls State Cross Country Meets were Saturday at Detweiller Park in Peoria
Class 1A  :  the state champion was Effingham St. Anthony’s Anna Sophia Keller
   *  here's how some other downstate runners fnished
       *  Hamilton County’s Leslie Drone was 14th
       *  Mt. Zion’s Megan Bailey was 21st
       *  Shelbyville’s Molly Yockey was 41st
       *  Newton’s Lexie Davidson was 50th – congratulations to Lexie for representing NCHS very well
Class 2A  :  the state champion was Peoria Notre Dame’s Maryjeanne Gilbert
   *  here’s how a few downstate runners finished
       *  Charleston’s Grace Oetting was 10th
       *  Mattoon’s Megan Shaffer was 53rd

 

(OLNEY)  the IHSA Boys State Cross Country Meets were Saturday at Detweiller Park in Peoria
Class 1A  :  the state champion was Fithian Oakwood’s Jon Davis
  *  here’s how some downstate runners finished
      *  Mt. Zion’s Curtis Reed was 7th
      *  Robinson’s Noah Tennison was 18th
      *  Shelbyvile’s Marcus Skinner was 24th
      *  Fairfield’s Corbin Kakac was 27th
      *  Shelbyville finished in 6th place as a team
Class 2A  :  the state champion was Yorkville’s Jake Hoffert – brother Luke Hoffert was 2nd
  *  no downstate runners finished among the top 50 runners

 

(NEWTON)  the IHSA Volleyball Super-Sectional were Saturday – here’s some of the downstate results
Class 1A @ Mt. Sterling  :  Hartsburg-Emden beat Hardin Calhoun in two games
Class 1A @ Danville  :  Cissna Park beat Danville Schlarman in three close games
Class 1A @ Valmeyer  :  Woodlawn beat New Athens in three games
Class 1A @ Elgin  :  Rockford Keith Country Day beat Elgin Harvest Christian Academy in two games
Class 2A @ Vandalia  :  Edwards County beat Waterloo Gibault in three games
Class 2A @ Chicago  :  Watseka beat Elmhurst IC Catholic in three games
Class 2A @ Granville  :  Dakota beat Minonk Fieldcrest in two games
Class 2A @ Maroa  :  Mackinaw Deer Creek beat Marao-Forsyth in two games
Class 3A @ Breese  :  Breese Mater Dei beat Mattoon in two games
Class 3A @ Belvidere  :  Wheaton St. Francis beat Woodstock Marian in two games
Class 3A @ Tinley Park  :  Lombard Montini beat Tinley Park High in two games
Class 3A @ LaSalle  :  Joliet Catholic Academy beat Sterling High in two games
all winners move on their respective State Tournament this weekend up in Normal
best of luck to the LIC Edwards County Lady Lions and the MTC Woodlawn Lady Cardinals

 

(OLNEY)  here’s the IHSA Football Week Two Playoff results involving downstate teams
Class 1A  :  Bismarck-Henning beat Casey-Westfield, 42-21
Class 1A  :  Camp Point Central beat Arcola, 41-34
Class 2A  :  Tuscola beat Lawrenceville, 28-21
Class 2A  :  Chester beat Johnston City, 35-7
Class 3A  :  Robinson beat Marshall, 27-7
Class 3A  :  Mt. Carmel beat Nashville, 44-30
Class 3A  :  Williamsville beat New Berlin, 14-10
Class 4A  :  Herrin beat Belleville Althoff, 21-14
Class 4A  :  Carterville beat Roxana, 49-22
Class 4A  :  Rochester beat Quincy Notre Dame, 35-14
Class 5A  :  Springfield Sacred Heart Griffin beat Marion, 42-0
Class 6A  :  East St. Louis Senior beat Normal Community West, 67-28
Class 7A  :  Chicago Mt. Carmel beat Belleville West, 24-6
Class 8A  :  Homewood Flossmoor beat Edwardsville, 42-35
the winners advance to next Saturday’s quarter-final playoff games

 

(OLNEY)  in Boys Junior High Basketball Saturday – Olney hosted its Pre-Season 8th Grade Tournament
the host Cubs lost their first game, falling to Lawrenceville in overtime, 45-39
in the other first round game – Flora lost Red Hill
in the third place game – the Cubs lost to Flora, 43-27
the Olney Cubs are back in action this Saturday morning in the OCC Shootout, taking on North Clay at 9:00

 

(OLNEY)  in Girls Junior High Basketball Saturday – the Olney teams played well
at the Lady Bobcat Tournament in Salem – the Lady Cubs won the consolation championship game
  *  the Olney 8th grade squad beat the host Lady Bobcats, 46-19 improving to 6&3 on the year
  *  the Lady Cubs were led in scoring by Cameron Hough with 17 points and Colleen Inyart with 14 points
  *  the Lady Cubs are back in action this Wednesday at Albion
at the Olney Central College Shootout – Olney / St. Joe picked up a big win
  *  the Lady Wildcats beat St. Mary’s Mt. Carmel, 21-13
  *  Chelsea Ochs led St. Joe with 7 points and 12 rebounds
  *  the Lady Wildcats are back in action this Wednesday night at home against Oblong
at the Flora 7th Grade Tournament – the junior varsity Lady Cubs won the championship game
  *  Olney beat North Clay to win the tournament, 34-18 as the 7th graders improve to 5&2 on the year
  *  the JV Lady Cubs were led in scoring by Brittney Black with 16 points and Logan Shan with 8 points

 


                                                LOCAL AND AREA SPORTS REMINDERS

 

(OLNEY)  it’s “Meet the Tigers / Lady Tigers” night coming up this Friday night in Ron Herrin Gym at East Richland High School – starting at 6:00, teams will be introduced and each basketball team will have a short scrimmage – there will also be Tiger Nation t-shirts and other Tiger items for sale, plus concessions – then a “Rock-Paper-Scissor” Tournament open to each ERHS Class and an Open Class for anyone else – all are invited out to Ron Herrin Gym at ERHS this Friday night – contact the High School for more details

 

(OLNEY)  the East Richland High School Fall Sports Awards Night is tonight in the Sliva Auditorium at ERHS, beginning at 6:30 – all fall sports athletes will be recognized – parents, guardians, and others invited

 

(CLAY CITY)  the Clay City “Meet the Wolves” Night is tonight between the Junior High Boys’ junior varsity & varsity games – the High School Wolves will be introduced along with cheerleaders

 

(NEWTON)  the 2014-2015 Newton Eagle Basketball reserved seats are on sale for NCHS fans – the general public sale of the reserved seats begin today, on this November 10th – the reserved seat price is at $40 each and family passes are also available – for details, call Diane in the NCHS office at 783-2303

 

(DIETERICH)  also the Dieterich High School is currently selling reserve seat season tickets – the general public sale begins today, on this November 10th – individual and family season passes are also available – call or stop by the Dieterich High School office, weekdays, Monday thru Friday, from 8:00 to 3:30

 

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(OLNEY)  also on our Sports Broadcast Schedule  :  it’s the latest in sports, all day and all night, on CBS Sports Radio, 107.1 FM / 740 AM, WVLN – plus, sports around the clock at www.wvlnam.com