Lawrence County youth wrestlers continue successful season
Posted on January 24, 2023
The new year did not slow down the success rate for Lawrence County Knights youth wrestling program, as they continue to rack up the hardware.
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Lady Indians lose to Paris, 69-28
LAWRENCEVILLE –– Scoring points has been a struggle for Lawrenceville High School’s girls’ basketball team for most of the season and that was the case again Thursday night. The Lady Indians did not score more than nine points in any period, while visiting Paris reached double figures in all four quarters, resulting in a 69-28 loss for LHS in the Little Illini Conference contest.
Lady Salukis lose at Mt. Carmel, 50-16
MT. CARMEL –– Points were hard to come by for Red Hill High School’s girls’ basketball team Thursday, which resulted in a lopsided loss. The Lady Salukis were held to six points or less in every period and suffered a 50-16 loss in the non-conference road contest.
5th, 6th grade teams continue busy schedules
Fifth and sixth grade basketball teams from Lawrenceville continue to work through their busy schedules with a fair amount of success.
American Legion offering scholarships
The American Legion Auxiliary 28 is offering several scholarships and contest opportunities to students.
Two receive prison sentencesFebruary 2, 2023
Two people have been sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections recently in Lawrence Circuit Court.
Sumner receives EPA grant for water lines
Sumner will be receiving an Environmental Protection Agency grant in the amount of $25,200.