MONTICELLO — As with any football season, there was plenty of good — mixed with some not so good — for the Monticello High School squad.
PANA — After starting the season 0-3 and beating the odds of making the Class 2A playoff, the Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond football team could not again beat the odds to upset the No. 2 seeded Panthers at Pana Friday night.
MONTICELLO – With a muddy field serving as a potential equalizer for Greenville when it traveled to Piatt County to face a speedy Monticello football squad on Saturday, Spencer Mitze was having none of it.
MONTICELLO — Monticello High School (7-2) will host Greenville in the openig round of the IHSA Class 3A football playoffs. Game time will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 in Monticello. Gates will open at 12:30 p.m.
ARTHUR — When the Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond started the football season 0-3, not many outsiders gave the Knights much of a chance to make the Class 2A Boys Football playoffs.
MONTICELLO — In a game of twists and turns and a reversed call from officials, Monticello High School’s football squad beat Bloomington Central Catholic 33-27 Friday in a battle of unbeatens at home.
MONTICELLO — Monticello tailback Jacob Tackett may have gotten more sprint work in at the football team’s opener than he experienced as a 10th-place finisher in the 100 meter at last spring’s IHSA State Track and Field Meet.
MONTICELLO — An undersized Sages football team used a speed-led defense to pitch three shutouts in six contests during the abbreviated spring season, and held opponents to just 34 points overall.