CARTERVILLE — After catching a couple fish early, Hunter Ralls and Avery Goines endured a couple hours without a strike.But, that wasn’t the longest part of their day.The Anna-Jonesboro anglers were among the first teams to the scales at Saturday’s Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge High School Classic. They weighed in a hefty 17.08-pound limit, then had to watch dozens of other teams weigh-in.
ANNA — The Anna-Jonesboro Wildcats had never beaten Carterville since the Lions joined the SIRR Mississippi Division in 2010.That streak came crashing to a half Friday night as the Wildcats rolled to a 41-7 win. Anna-Jonesboro is 2-0 in conference play and a perfect 5-0 on the season.Anna-Jonesboro coach Brett Detering made no bones about it — this game had been circled on the calendar. “No, it wasn’t in the back of our minds,” he said. “It was in the front of our minds.
The Southern Illinois Celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Days will take over the John A. Logan College campus Sept. 23-24. This year’s celebration marks the 30th year of the event at Carterville.But, organizers aren’t doing anything special. That will come in 2018.“We’re waiting for next year,” said Ron Allen, who has been with the event since its inception. “Next year will be our one-millionth visitor. You talk about 30 years, that’s only an average of 37,000 or so a year.
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Selecting a term
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