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The Bobcats defeated the Gems and the CornBelters edged the Hoots at the Corn Crib Saturday.

John Rave waiting out return to baseball action

The former Central Catholic High School and Illinois State standout has been a regular spectator at Kernels Collegiate League games since his …

Michael Rand: NCAA makes it clear: Football running out of time to save season

In perhaps the most sobering picture yet of where things stand for fall college sports, the NCAA on Thursday released a series of guidelines f…

Watch now: University High graduate Nathan Hardman takes advantage of second start on mound for Hoots

NORMAL — Thrilled to get back on the mound after sitting out as a redshirt at Saint Louis University this spring, Nathan Hardman wasn’t thrill…

Watch now: Hoots, Bobcats earn KCL victories

The Hoots and Bobcats were victorious in Kernels Collegiate League action Friday.

NCAA's COVID-19 safety recommendations for college football include testing within 72 hours of game days — and a stern warning

As college sports tries to determine the safest way to return amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the NCAA on Thursday released a set of guidelines an…

Illinois State's basketball team will head to Florida for Cancun Challenge instead of Mexico

Illinois State’s basketball team will still be going somewhere warm for the Cancun Challenge, but it won’t be in Mexico.

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Jackson Bronke finding his groove in Kernels Collegiate League

Normal Community graduate Jackson Bronke is encouraged by his improvement in the Kernels Collegiate League.

Watch now: Bowens, Kinnaird, Kessler commit to sign with Illinois State football

High school standouts from Michigan, Texas and Ohio have committed to sign with Illinois State football.

Watch now: Hoots, Gems capture Kernels Collegiate League victories

The Hoots and Gems were the victors in Kernels Collegiate League play at the Corn Crib on Thursday.

College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) puts off decision on status of fall sports until next week

The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin has decided to wait another week before deciding how fall sports will look in the league.

Kernels Collegiate League action rained out on Wednesday

Baseball action postponed by inclement weather at the Corn Crib.

University High graduate Jake Armstrong getting fill of baseball in Northwoods League

Former University High and Heartland College Jake Armstrong hopes he is on the path to a professional career while working in the Northwoods L…

ISU Hoops: Vintage photos and clippings of Illinois State University men's basketball

Take a look back at past photos and clippings of Illinois State University men’s basketball.

The major conferences obviously are trying everything in their power to make sure there is a college football season. They have rolled all kin…

Cross country, men's golf to start at Heartland in the fall, with volleyball and soccer moving to spring

Heartland Community College newest sports of men’s and women’s cross country and men’s golf will start this fall, with volleyball moved to spring.

Cancellation of season opener at Illinois disappointing for Brock Spack, Illinois State football players

Illinois State football resets its plans after season opener at Illinois is canceled.

How might a spring football season work?

The Big Ten canceled non-conference games. The Pac-12 did likewise. Forty percent of the Power 5 has declared that at least some scheduled foo…

Illinois Wesleyan's season opening football game at Franklin on Sept. 5 canceled

Illinois Wesleyan’s season opening football game against Franklin (Ind.) has been canceled. It now appears the Titans’ first game will be Sept. 19.

Hodges-Dobbs upset four-time champions Kearfott-Cushing in Two-Man

Nicholas Hodges and Brayden Dobbs upset four-time champions Tom Kearfott and Mike Cushing in a Two-Man Best Position first-round match Monday.

Dave Hyde: A college football season on the brink due to COVID-19 — and it's time to say so

At what point does someone in a position of authority in college football look at the unsteady footing we’re all on with the coronavirus pande…

Tanner Peterson, Robert Marinec key Gems to 4-1 victory over Bobcats

NORMAL — Tanner Peterson walked, stole second and stole third before scoring in the fifth inning to spark the Gems to a 4-1 victory over the B…

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