EAST ALTON — With an extended Christmas break in the rear-view mirror, the SIUE Cougars hockey team taken aim on making it to the MidAmerica Collegiate Hockey Association Regional Tournament. And even though his team hit the 39-day layoff with an 8-14 record, Cougars coach Taylor Emerick is convinced it’s an attainable goal. “Our team is so young,” Emerick said, “it has taken a while.
GIRARD — For the final three quarters of their game Friday night against Southwestern, the Carlinville Cavaliers owned the show. The trouble for the Cavies was that the Piasa Birds forced overtime with a pair of late free throws by Caden Heyen, then dominated OT and won 48-40 in a semifinal of the 100th Macoupin County Boys Tournament at North Mac. The victory for the Piasa Birds means a berth in the championship game against North, which beat Staunton 63-45 in the late semifinal Friday.
EDWARDSVILLE — A sure sign that the Edwardsville High swim program has become an established is the mergence of a rivalry. And so far, the Tigers are dominating it. EHS got past O’Fallon 100-86 Thursday night at the Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center. It marked the Tigers’ third victory over O’Fallon in as many duals this season. The Panthers also swam at the Swim for Hope Invite Monday. “We had a ghreat diual met tonight,” Edwardsvile High coach christian rhoten said.
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Selecting a term
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