Freeport senior Major Dedmond saw two of his last three seasons in wrestling end in a shoulder injury. He still placed as a sophomore and a junior, but his chase for a state title has come up short. This year, with a 31-1 record and No. 2 seed in the state in Class 2A at the 170-pound category, he looks to close his high school career on top.

Royal Lions Coach Brett Frederick and some of his players talked about the 2018 season on our Pigskin Preview....
Already at age 15, Max Kahler of Belvidere has seen great success as a race car driver at both Jefferson Speedway and Rockford Speedway. He joined Randy & Co. to talk about his early success and big...
For the third straight year, the Harlem girls bowling team captured the national title. Coach Jimmy Heathscott – who has led the Lady Huskies to six state championships – talks about the team’s success on the biggest...