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The Tri-Point Junior High School boys’ cross country runners competed against Pontiac Junior High School and Saunemin Grade School in a meet at Saunemin on Wednesday, September 16, 2020.
GEORGETOWN — The Vermilion Valley Conference and Sangamon Valley Conference will come together in high school football to form the Vermilion Valley Conference Football Alliance, beginning in the 2021-22 school year.
Abbie Schmidt, a 2020 graduate of Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School, recently signed a commitment letter to continue her volleyball career at Beloit College.
After a unanimous vote from the participating schools on March 23, the PBL Panthers will now make the move from the SVC to the Illini Prairie Conference in all sports beginning in the 2021-22 school year.
The PBL Panthers' boy's basketball team's season came to a close on Wednesday, March 4. The team lost a heartbreaker to the Joliet Catholic Hilltoppers in their IHSA class 2A sectional semifinal matchup. The final score was 50-49.
PAXTON — Astronomers earlier this month discovered Earth had gained a new mini-moon, estimated at roughly the width of a car. It’ll eventually leave Earth’s orbit because of its size, but the asteroid is sticking around for now.
The GCMS Falcons' boy's basketball team fell to the second runner up Tuscola Warriors on Wednesday, Feb. 26 in Paxton during their matchup in the regional tournament. The final score was 45-38.
Just a few weeks after winning the SVC tournament title on Feb. 8, the PBL Panthers' boy's basketball team can now add the SVC regular-season title to their resume as well.
The PBL Lady Panthers' girls basketball team competed in the regional semifinals on Feb. 13. Unfortunately for the Panthers, their team's season was cut short after falling to the El Paso-Gridley Titans, 40-27.
Five members of the GCMSF wrestling team qualified for sectionals during their regional match ups this weekend. The five sectional qualifiers are Cale Horsch, Cole Maxey, Kaden Gream, Braylen Kean, and Calen Ragle. There are also two alternates in Andrew Ferguson and Markus Miguel.
Small-school programs will start their respective postseason runs next week, with regional quarterfinals slated for Monday, semifinals across Tuesday and Wednesday, and finals across Thursday and Friday. Preps coordinator COLIN LIKAS breaks down the chances for each area team to make waves i…
After winning their last three regular-season games of the season, the PBL Lady Panthers basketball team improved their record to 21-8 heading into regional play beginning on Wednesday.
The GCMS Falcons' boy's basketball team recently suffered two losses on the road. The first came with a 57-29 loss against Deer Creek-Mackinaw on Jan. 31. The team then fell to the Salt Fork Storm on Feb. 1 with the final score of that game, 54-46.
WATSEKA– After defeating them in the SVC tournament, the PBL Panthers' girls basketball team fell to the Watseka Lady Warriors on Thursday night during their SVC conference game in Watseka. The Warriors defeated the Panthers with a score of 39-30.
After going a week without games, the PBL Panthers' boys basketball team will take on the St. Thomas More Sabers on Tuesday at home. The Panthers' head coach, Adam Schonauer said his team intends to play their A game in order to keep up the pace with the Sabers and handle their athleticism.
WATSEKA– After competing all week, the PBL Panthers' girls basketball team was crowned the SVC tournament champions on Saturday night. The team defeated the Watseka Lady Warriors with a score of 51-36.
EL PASO– The GCMS Falcons' girls basketball team's stint in the Heart of Illinois Conference tournament came to a close in El Paso on Wednesday night after a heartbreaking loss.
PAXTON– With the SVC tournament right around the corner, the PBL Panthers girls' basketball team are gearing up to start off the tournament as the number one seed.
ST. JOSEPH — No one could consider placing Tuesday’s nonconference boys’ basketball game between Paxton-Buckley-Loda and St. Joseph-Ogden in any sort of offense-based hall of fame.
PAXTON — The Paxton-Buckley-Loda Panthers boys’ basketball team dominated Friday night when they took on the Momence Redskins at home, winning 65-37.
PAXTON — The Paxton-Buckley-Loda Panthers’ girls’ basketball team grabbed another win on Jan. 4 when they hosted the Heyworth Hornets, beating the visitors 56-42.
MONTICELLO -- The Paxton-Buckley-Loda girls basketball team won 60-53 over Tuscola in the third-place game of the Monticello Holiday Hoopla on Saturday.
MONTICELLO -- The Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley boys basketball team lost 58-43 to Neoga in the fifth-place game of the Monticello Holiday Hoopla on Saturday.