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The Cerro Gordo-Bement girls’ basketball team lost a heartbreaker early in the week but bounced back for a strong finish in the Little Okaw Valley Conference tournament Saturday.
The Monticello wrestling schedule is a long, demanding challenge year in and year out for the Sages.
Injuries pop up, wrestlers fatigue. It can be grueling to compete once or twice during the week and then face the top competition in the state at a weekend tournament.
Photos from Argenta-Oreana on Saturday, Jan. 3.
With the turn of the calendar from 2014 to 2015, a lot of people are looking back at was and looking ahead to what might be. Let’s do the same with a Monticello sports twist.
Second verse, same as the first.
Ridgeview used an 11-0 run overlapping the end of the first quarter and start of the second to build a nine-point lead and hung on against tournament host Monticello for a 65-56 win Monday night in the championship game of the annual Holiday Hoopla in Monticello.
The Piatt County area had the chance to see a lot of quality quarterback play during the 2014 football season. And there’s the possibility for more in 2015.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is a preview of the full article found in the Nov. 19 issue of the Journal-Republican.
Matt Norvell, a back-to-back All-State medal winner and Monticello’s lead runner, is a Mozart man.
Zach Mesplay, the Sages’ third finisher at state and often wildcard personality, prefers Beethoven.
Monticello and Elmwood-Brimfield both scored the same number of touchdowns Saturday in the first round of the IHSA Class 3A playoffs: six.
Some creativity on the point after attempts helped the Sages survive to Week 2 of the postseason.
Monticello followed up its regional title from a week earlier by winning team honors in the 21-school sectional at Hickory Point.
In addition to the Sages, Unity, St. Joseph-Ogden and Urbana Uni High advanced full teams to state.
Breaking school history is quite an accomplishment whether it’s a large team sport or an individual feat.
The Blue Ridge Knights soccer team secured itself as the school’s best team on the pitch with a 1-0 sectional championship win over St. Thomas More on Saturday at Maroa.