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Roughriders rise in the fourth quarter to overcome Cougars

Needing to win their final two games of the year to get into the postseason, the Southern McLean Roughriders came up against the Central McLean Cougars last week, for the battle of McLean County.

Posted 10/15/14 (Wed) read more »

Cardinals edged out by Troopers

A lot of things have changed over the years in the Washburn Volleyball Program, but the tradition that is the annual Washburn invitational tournament is something that has persisted.

Posted 10/08/14 (Wed) read more »

Roughriders run all over Warriors

The shoe was on the other foot for the Southern McLean Roughriders on Friday.

Posted 10/01/14 (Wed) read more »

Local teams drop district games in short week

It was the calm before the storm last week, with the core bulk of the volleyball schedule looming on the horizon...

Posted 9/24/14 (Wed) read more »

Miners send Bulldogs packing

It’s a very different looking team for Wilton-Wing Miner volleyball this year.

Posted 9/17/14 (Wed) read more »

Washburn accepts Wilton’s football request

There is officially a new varsity football co-op, which will be implemented in the fall of 2015.

Posted 9/10/14 (Wed) read more »

Roughrider football: What jersey will players be wearing in 2015?

Each of the three Roughrider football school boards will be making a final decision on the formation of two possible co-ops: a Washburn-Wilton varsity football co-op and a Washburn-Wilton-Wing junior high co-op.

Posted 9/03/14 (Wed) read more »

Steinke Bay access reduced

Steinke Bay Recreation Area will continue to have restricted access and limited use.

Posted 8/13/14 (Wed) read more »

Post 12 suffers similar fate

At the end of last summer, Post 12 was playing for an American Legion state tournament berth and fell to Hazen.

Posted 7/30/14 (Wed) read more »

Post 12 splits doubleheader with Beulah

Post 12 entered last Wednesday’s road game against Beulah with a bit of confidence.

Posted 7/16/14 (Wed) read more »