Author: Pete Hayes

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While he wasn't overjoyed that his team dropped a 4-1 decision to Freeburg/Waterloo Monday, Alton Redbirds hockey coach Aaron Kestler was in fact impressed. ... [Read More]
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They're probably the three least-favorite - and familiar - words in Doug Stotler's vocabulary these days. "Too many turnovers," Stotler said following his team's... [Read More]
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Saturday was a big basketball day in Carlinville for eight prep basketball teams, as well as for popular area broadcaster Terry Todt. Carlinville's girls... [Read More]
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Some of the area's top distance runners were set to be the toast of the evening Sunday at the 14th annual Alton Road Runners Cross... [Read More]
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Lewis and Clark Community College women's basketball coach Jaron Young is sure of one thing for sure: His Trailblazers are playing in one of... [Read More]
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Third-seeded Western won its first North Green Spartans Classic championship Friday with a 52-27 victory over Brussels in White Hall. Western, which never trailed,... [Read More]
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Alton High's Dave Meyer is getting a first-hand look at just how much versatility is required of a prep bowling team coach. Meyer, whose... [Read More]
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The first NJCAA national basketball rankings of the season were released Wednesday and Region 24 teams made showings in the Division I and division II... [Read More]
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A pair of local swimmers are in traveling mode. Noah Clancy of the Tri-City Area Tidalwaves, Summers-Port Sharks and Alton High swim club, will... [Read More]
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As exciting as an 8-8 tie might be to prep hockey fans, Kaleb Harrop made Tuesday night draw with Alton and even bigger thrill for... [Read More]
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After his team's Mississippi Valley Club Hockey Association game Monday against Collinsville, Alton Redbirds coach Aaron Kestler had one thought in mind: Regroup. ... [Read More]
Lachlan McLean was exhausted. Mario Sanchez was elated and Saint Louis University was frustrated. And the Bronze Boot game made a thrilling return. ... [Read More]
The "Boot" is back - and there's plenty at stake. While local soccer history and reminiscing are in vogue at SIUE and Saint Louis... [Read More]
LCCC's Emma Lucas figured it was time to step up, so she did just that. Lucas, a freshman from Roxana, scored the game-winning goal... [Read More]
The showdown for first place in the South Central Conference boys soccer race wasn't much of a showdown after all. Carlinville pulled away from... [Read More]
Best of friends, but Friday night foes. The Roxana Shells and East Alton-Wood River Oilers will renew their football rivalry at 7 p.m. Saturday... [Read More]
Win a game against an old rival to stay unbeaten and your team's stock will rise, correct. Evidently not always. LCCC, which downed... [Read More]
Being a high school sophomore, EA-WR's Brody Newberry may tend to understate the obvious once in a while. Take his performance carrying the football... [Read More]
Timing, if not everything, is at least a huge part of soccer. Just ask Jersey boys soccer coach Scott Burney. Burney saw his team... [Read More]
If forced to make a choice, Marquette soccer coach Joe Burchett would rather finish strong that start that way. His Explorers did that Saturday night... [Read More]
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