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Red Hill High School's football team got some live reps in during their first official practice of the season Monday evening. Fall sports across the state of Illinois officially opened their seasons Monday, as the IHSA allowed practices to officially begin. The Salukis – who will compete as an independent in football this season after leaving the Little Illini Conference – are preparing for their season opener, which is set for Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. at Cerro Gordo. Crystal Wimberly | Daily Record

High school practices officially begin

August 10, 2022

Lawrence County Youth Football kicked off its inaugural season by participating in a preseason "Jamboree" at Palestine Saturday (Aug. 6). The league has players from both Lawrenceville and Red Hill school districts competing on the teams, which include 7th/8th, 5th/6th and 3rd/4th. Above, the 7th/8th grade team is pictured, while below is the 5th/6th grade team after they finished competing in Palestine. Lawrence County will open the regular season Saturday (Aug. 13), when they host Newton at Ed Loeb Field in Lawrenceville. The 5th/6th grade game is slated to kick off at 5:30 p.m., followed by the 7th/8th grade game around 7:30 p.m. Contributed photos

Lawrence County Youth Football set to open season

August 10, 2022

The 34th annual Red Hill Jr. Pro Football camp was held last week at Red Hill High School in Bridgeport. A record 93 campers from third through ninth grade attended the camp, which was conducted by the RHHS coaching staff. Campers learned basic football skills, while also competing against each other in a variety of events. In addition, former RHHS players Drew Moore and Drew Gognat, who now play at Depauw University and Illinois College, respectively, were guest speakers at the camp. Contributed photo

Jr. Pro Football Camp

July 20, 2022

Members of Lawrence County Little League's 10-under all-star team are Emmitt Bearden, Wyatt Carie, Elias Cowling, Isaiah Dunlap, Noah Gher, Gunnar Johnson, Parker Lewis, Bennett Loudermilk, Jonathan Padgett, Georgio Rochford, Leo Seitzinger, Lewis Taylor and Crew Waldrop. Not pictured was Braxton Schwartz. Coaches are Matt Waldrop, Travis Johnson and Justin Akers. Lawrence County is the host for the 10-under tournament, which will be held at Lawrenceville City Park starting tonight. Lawrence County will play Mt. Carmel in the opening game at 5 p.m., followed by Olney against Salem at 7 p.m. The tournament will continue through July 11, if necessary. Contributed photo

Lawrence County Little League 10U All-Stars

July 5, 2022

Members of Lawrence County Little League's 12-under all-star team are Devonte Duffy, Elliot Gerritsen, Lane Jackson-Goff, Jude Jones, Holden McCammon, Ethan Metz, Liam Morey, Avery Mullins, Julian Petties, Dean Phillippe, Matthew Ramirez, Korbin Shaffer, Audie Taylor and Lucas Wheeler. Coaches are BJ McCammon, Jordan Brown and Dalton Dining. The 12-under team will play in the District 1 Tournament at Mt. Carmel tonight against either Robinson or Mt. Carmelat 6 p.m. The double-elimination tournament runs through July 12, if necessary. Contributed photo

Lawrence County Little League 12U All-Stars

July 5, 2022

Recent Lawrenceville High School graduate Ryan Schultz received one of several scholarships handed out at the annual Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star Game in Terre Haute over the weekend. Schultz was awarded the Brett Eitel Scholarship for academics in the amount of $500. Schultz played offense in the game for the Gold Division team, along with fellow LHS grads Brenyn Winningham and Bryce Bedwell, while Red Hill grads Ben Stimler and Andrew Maxfield suited up for the Black Division. Black won the 18th edition of the annual game, 36-12. Contributed photo

Schultz awarded WVFCA Scholarship

June 30, 2022

Engineering trip

May 3, 2022

Marathon Petroleum, in conjunction with Twin Rivers and Clay, Jasper, Richland, North Clay Vocationa...

Waste not, want not

April 27, 2022

Red HIll junior high seventh- and eighth-graders had a recycling contest for Earth Day. Megan Yager'...

LC Wrestling Awards
Lawrence County's high school wrestling team held an awards banquet for the first time in two years and handed out a slew of awards recently. 2021 award winners included Tyson Lucas (Coaches Award), Dalton Spahn (Coaches Award), Isaac Foster (Most Improved), Shaina Hyre (Most Pins, Most Wins, Most Takedowns) and Brian Seed (MVP). 2022 awards went to Shaina Hyre (Most Takedowns, Co-MVP), Brian Seed (Most Pins, Most Wins), Brianna Richey (Co-MVP), Nathan Blackwell (Co-MVP), Isaac Foster (Most Tech Falls, Most Reversals), Marcus Hyre (Most Tech Falls, Most Nearfalls, Most Improved), Dylan Aten (Most Reversals, Most Dominant Underclassman), Max Moore (Most Escapes), Dalton Spahn (Most Majors), Kasen Ochs (Most Improved), Morgan Halter (Coaches Award), Trevor Loy (Coaches Award), and Dylan Camden (Coaches Award). Contributed photo

LC Wrestling Awards

April 27, 2022

Ukraine strong

March 6, 2022

Area residents showed their support for the people of war-torn Ukraine by gathering on the historic ...

Lawrenceville Drive-In recreates Christmas floatThe Lawrenceville Drive-In chose a nostalgic theme for its 2021 float in the annual Elks Lighted Christmas parade which took place on Dec. 4. Officials at the Drive-In recreated its Snow Princess float which originally debuted in 2008 with Taylor Anthis (left). Anthis was 13 years old at the time. The 2021 float featured the daughter of Anthis, Taylynn Wallace, age 9, as the newest generation of the Snow Princess. Crystal Wimberly | Daily Record

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December 7, 2021

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Green Scholarships awarded at Red Hill Jr./Sr. High School
The 21st annual check acceptance ceremony for the Green Family Trust scholarships was held on Aug. 5 at the Red Hill Jr./Sr. High School. The following recipients were in attendance, pictured, from left, are: Maycee Holtz, Ali Andrews, Jeana Buchanan, MaKenna Dunkin, Nicklaus Scherer, Brylee Wells and Lydia Higgins. Recipients not pictured include: Sydney Curts, Grace Hahn and Parker Havill. Each student received the first of two checks for $1,500. For year to date, the total is 140 students with some receiving up to four years, for a sum of $476,200 in 21 years from the Green Family Trust Scholarships. Contributed photo

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August 12, 2021

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Members of the Steffey Funeral Home 8-under Lawrenceville Little League team that were present when the photo was taken include: (front L-R) Ronya Clark, Garrett Dennison, Ryan Vondra, Liam Shipley, Sawyer Shick, River Foreman and Brantley Wise. In back are: (L-R) Avery Tiller, coach Matt Shick, coach Whisper Shick, Brice Butcher, coach Mike Dennison and coach Robb Shipley. Contributed photo

Little league teams

August 10, 2021

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Locals travel to Nashville to visit famous landmarks
B-Jay Travel travelers, from several different towns, recently boarded a motorcoach to visit the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium, RCA Studio B, and Loretta Lynn's Ranch. Those attending were: Amy Herman, Joyce Lee, Jane Harper, Jim and Kathy Michels, Della Deain, Phyllis Daily, Kim Dickey, Cathy Allison, Rudy Calvin, Martha Yockey, Mary Lou Summy, Susan Harper, Agnes Bond, Leona Thacker, Peggy Cadagin, Donna Buerster, Brenda Patterson, Joyce Fitchgerald, Linda Kessler, Linda Eckleberry, Rita Mette, Carol Anderson, Kanda Stevens, Pat Applebey, A.J. Jerge, Robert and Judy Cloys, Joe and Elaine Ochs, Steve and Cathy Smith, Dan and Kay Stoltz, Scott and Fay Hedrick, Ben and Linda Berry, Dave and Barbara Wade, Roger and Evelyn Bare, Leroy and Francis Mitchell and Director Carolyn. Contributed photo

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July 6, 2021

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Extreme 10U travel softball, based in Flat Rock, won the annual Robinson Firecracker Tournament over Fourth of July weekend with a perfect 5-0 record, while outscoring their opponents by a combined score of 60-2. Team members include: (front L-R) Annie Fisher (Sumner), Brooke Kintner (Oblong), Klaira Strohm (Robinson), Olivia Lewis (Vincennes), Braelyn Gladish (Vincennes) and Cameron Sanders (Lawrenceville). In back are: (L-R) coach Eric Gladish, Paige Wagner (Newton), Tensley Dunlap (Flat Rock), Jaclyn Miller (Vincennes), Lexie Ghast (Newton), MaKenna Hill (Bridgeport) and coach Nichole Dunlap. Contributed photo

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July 6, 2021

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Extreme 16U travel softball, based in Flat Rock, won the high school division at the annual Robinson Firecracker Tournament over Fourth of July weekend, which featured both 16U and 18U teams. Extreme went 6-1 over two days in the 10-team tournament. Team members include: (front L-R) Gracie Stallings (Lawrenceville), Maci Smith (Robinson), Paige Kelly (Robinson), Paige Sanders (Robinson), Makenna Smith (Salem) and Erika Garrard (Robinson). In back are: (L-R) Amber Russell (Newton), Kaylee Ridge (Fort Branch, Ind.), Cadance Brashear (Flat Rock), Austin Fisher (Sumner), Jill Kuhl (Nashville), Ally Sims (Vincennes), Mattilyn Ashley (Vincennes) and Alexis Davis (Robinson). Contributed photo

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July 6, 2021

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The Delta Theta Tau presented $500 scholarships to Grace Buchanan (left) and Abby Cessna (center). Buchanan and Cessna are shown with presenter Denise Dickerson.

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May 25, 2021

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The Lawrenceville Elks Lodge #1208 presented $500 scholarships to Madi Fulk and Mason Parrott. Pictured, from left, are: presenter Ryan Seed, Fulk, Parrott and presenter Dee Jennings.

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May 25, 2021

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