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Lancers mix of experience and talent brings balance to Raymond

Lucas Domonousky Breeze-Courier Sports Editor RAYMOND — After the past couple ‘different’ than normal seasons and an experienced and passionate Head baseball Coach at the helm the Lincoln Wood Lancer baseball team is ready for Spring 2022. Josh Stone has been coaching at LHS for 14 years this year. Starting in 2008 as an assistant…

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Pana Girls Regional Champs

(ARTHUR) — The Pana Panthers girls basketball team won the Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond Class 2A regional tournament on Friday night. They defeated Tolono Unity, 59-29. Members of the team are, kneeling, from left, Brooke McKinney, Kylie Hendrickson, Jillian Hamilton, Kiley Ladage, Rachel Holthaus, Ellie Kuhn, Jadyn Bearup and Lainey Hicks. In back, Mark Beyers, Denise Jones and…

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Ponies end season on a high note, 55-44

KINCAID — Freshman Pony, Lilly Wake, drives to the basket successfully against three Hawk defenders while senior, Mia Pop, gets in the rebounding position. Wake and Pop finished with a combined 15 points in the non-conference finale. Photo Submitted by Sara Wake Lucas Domonousky Breeze-Courier Sports Writer KINCAID — The South Fork basketball team played…

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Wrestling Sectionals Kicked off in Vandalia

Lucas Domonousky Breeze-Courier Sports Writer VANDALIA ­­— THS Junior, William Blue, stalks his Greenup Pirate prey. Unfourtunatley he lost the match due to pinfall late in the third round. Lucas Domonousky Breeze-Courier Photo VANDALIA — The first day of the IHSA Wrestling Sectionals were held in Vandalia on Friday Night. Two of Taylorville’s own earned…

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Pana earns 1500th win all time

CARLINVILLE — The Pana boys basketball team packed their bags and headed south to Carlinville last night on Friday. The conference matchup the was Panthers first time around facing off against the Cavaliers in the 2021-’22 regular season. You wouldn’t have been able to tell by the way Pana played them to perfection. The Panthers…

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THS wins two of three against conference opponents

LINCOLN — The THS boys pose after an impressive double overtime win over Apollo-Conference powerhouse Lincoln Railsplitters. Pictured above from Right to Left: Zane Anthony, Will Turvey, Baron Odam, Jake McConnell, Drake Howard, Will Bitschenauer, Ryan Johnson, Myles Clayton, Dylan Brown, Bryce Friedrich, Luke Markwell, Kamren Heimsness and Asst. Coach Josh Smith. Submitted Photo Lucas…

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Edinburg tops Raiders

MOWEAQUA — Edinburg players Joey Patterson (#23) and Mitchell Bloom (#2) go for the rebound against CAM. The Edinburg Wildcats took the trip to Moweaqua to take on Central A & M. Edinburg took home the victory back home defeating the Raiders, 59-48.

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Pana rolls over Carlyle, 75-38

(CARLYLE) — Pana senior Brenden Schoonover scored 23 points and Devon Peebles added 15 as the Pana Panthers picked up their 16th straight win, a 75-38 non-conference win over the host Carlyle Indians on Friday night. Colin Schmitz put in 10 points and Kyle Kuhn scored 8 in the contest. Ace Armstrong finished with 7…

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Tornadoes pierce Trojans on Senior Night, 62-16 final

TAYLORVILLE — The three Tornado seniors pose after their fabulous night on the Dolph Stanley court. They came together to score 14 of the 62 points. Left to Right: Summer Brandis, Averi Stephens and Meghan Donnan. Lucas Domonousky Breeze-Courier Photo Lucas Domonousky Breeze-Courier Sports Editor TAYLORVILLE — Senior night at the Dolph Stanley! The Taylorville…

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Beware the threat of overuse injuries

Momentum can be a valuable asset as people pursue their fitness goals. Once a fitness routine picks up steam and begins to produce results, the resulting momentum can make it easier for individuals to fully commit to exercise and ultimately achieve, if not exceed, their initial goals. A successful fitness regimen includes various components, not…

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