The Class 3A landscape in Southern Illinois girls hoops has changed in recent years. It isn’t just Marion, Carbondale and Mount Vernon anymore.Four of the six SIRR Ohio teams are in 3A this year, and Carterville is back in 3A for the second season from the SIRR Mississippi.The Lions won a regional championship for the fourth straight season last year, and for the first time in 3A. Matt Crain has increased his team’s schedule to include bigger schools.
After an impressive two-touchdown victory over Tolono Unity in the second round of the playoffs, Herrin travels to Rochester to take on the defending Class 4A state champs in the quarterfinals today at 4 p.m.Rochester (11-0) has won the 4A state title in six of the past seven years.“We played them here in the semifinals back in 2014 and felt like we had them on the ropes,” Herrin coach Jason Karnes said of his team’s 28-9 loss that season.
ROCHESTER — The defending Class 4A state champions from Rochester continued their statewide dominance with a 56-14 win over Herrin Saturday in the state football quarterfinals.The Rockets (12-0) scored two quick touchdowns and rolled to a 49-7 halftime advantage over the Tigers (10-2).“It is hard to mimic their team speed and quarterback in practice,” said Herrin coach Jason Karnes.
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