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MONTICELLO — Monticello High School’s wrestling team finished out its regular season with four match wins last week, defeating Olympia and Rantoul on Senior Night Tuesday (June 8) and Argenta-Oreana and Clinton two days later.

MONTICELLO — The Monticello boy’s track and field team defeated eight other teams to win the Unity High School Boys Invitational at Hick’s Field in Tolono Friday.

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MONTICELLO — Macey Hicks threw a no-hitter against St Thomas More, leading the (7-5) Sages to a 10-0 triumph over the Sabers in five innings.

The Monticello boys’ and girls’ track and field teams competed in separate meets this past week.

FARMER CITY — Blue Ridge High School’s softball squad ran its record to 3-1 on the season with a trio of wins last week over Decatur St. Teresa, Heritage and Okaw Valley.

MONTICELLO — The Lady Sages soccer squad plowed through five games last week, evening their record at 2-2-2.

MONTICELLO — The (3-1) Sages exploded into action with a sixth inning rally to snatch the lead over Warrensburg-Latham. Six runs were collected in the sixth inning alone, sealing a 15-11 win on the road.

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MONTICELLO — Monticello High School freshman heavyweight Brandon Peters stepped right in for the Sages wrestling squad in his — and the team’s — opener at home on April 29, pinning both his opponents to lead his squad to a split in two matches.

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FARMER CITY – Blue Ridge High School volleyball coach Evan Miles said he learned one thing very quickly when he entered the head coaching ranks in 2007.

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MONTICELLO — Cully Welter has been a football coach for about 27 years, but even he learned some things in the 2021 pandemic-shortened season.

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BEMENT – A persistent Cerro Gordo-Bement football squad nearly pulled off a late win against Lincoln Prairie Conference rival Argenta-Oreana Friday in action at Bement, but ended up on the short end of a 34-30 score in Friday night action.

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MONTICELLO – Torrential April rainstorms are not what Monticello fans normally relate with Illinois High School football games, but the Sages’ non-conference matchup at home against Mattoon Saturday delivered just that.