Saturday's Class 8A semifinal game between the Edwardsville Tigers and Loyola Academy Ramblers will feature two All-State quarterbacks. EHS quarterback Kendall Abdur-Rahman was the lone junior and only player south of Interstate 80 selected to the Illinois High School Football Coaches Association Class 8A All-State team. The two quarterbacks will meet at 2 p.m. Saturday inside the District 7 Sports Complex when the Tigers (9-3) and Ramblers (11-1) play for a spot in the state championship game.
BOYS' SOCCER: Chapman earns IHSSCA honor By MATTHEW KAMP, email@example.com Published 12:57 pm, Friday, November 17, 2017 Edwardsville boys’ soccer assistant coach Randy Chapman, standing, and coach Mark Heiderscheid, kneeling, talk to the team during halftime of the Dunlap game at SIUE. Edwardsville boys’ soccer assistant coach Randy Chapman, standing, and coach Mark Heiderscheid, kneeling, talk to the team during halftime of the Dunlap game at SIUE.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Griffins get out quick in victoryDUPO -- Year No. 2 couldn’t have gotten off to a much better start than it did Tuesday for the Father McGivney girls’ basketball team. The Griffins scored the game’s first 10 points en route to a 65-35 victory over Madison in the opening round of the 2017 Dupo Cat Classic. The 65 points scored by Father McGivney were the most ever for the second-year varsity program. Last year’s season high was 62 in a 17-point win over Sandoval.
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Selecting a term
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