For the second year in a row, Central A&M opened its season with a non-conference win over Arcola.But it took a wild second half to escape with a victory. "That was as crazy a second half as I've ever been a part of as a head coach," Central A&M coach Brent Weakly said. "For all the things that happened and we were lucky enough to come out of there with a win, I'm grateful for that." The Raiders' defense was able to catch their breath in the third quarter.
MOUNT PULASKI – Questions surround the future of volleyball coach Donna Dulle's historic career at Mount Pulaski ahead of Monday night's school board meeting.Dulle, entering her 36th year season, said she received a letter saying this will be her last as coach. Her contract had been set to expire after the 2019-20 season.In a phone call with the Herald & Review, Mount Pulaski Superintendent Todd Hamm wouldn't confirm the intent of the school board ahead of the meeting.
MOUNT PULASKI – Questions surrounded the future of volleyball coach Donna Dulle's historic career at Mount Pulaski ahead of Monday night's school board meeting.After the meeting, few of those questions were answered.The school board passed a motion, 7-0, to table the discussion about Dulle's contract. Dulle, entering her 36th year season, said she received a letter saying this will be her last as coach.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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