Chris Dishman lost his wife, Audra, to suicide six months ago. He now wants to help others by promoting mental health awareness.
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Tigers in good shape going into SEC championships. The men look to build on a second place finish last year, and the women from a seventh place finish.
SIU football is bolstering their defensive line and secondary in the 2020 class. The Salukis have signed five defensive linemen and five defensive backs.
Auburn found itself in an all-too-familiar position in Columbia, Mo. — down double digits in the second half of a road game.
TUSCALOOSA — On a day a true program trailblazer was immortalized, the Alabama men’s basketball team did its best to keep its path to the NCAA tournament alive and well.
Missouri guard Dru Smith lines up for a free throw on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers played in front of a season-high crowd of 12,506.
Thousands of high school football players across the country made their college choices official Wednesday during National Signing Day. One of them was Central DeWitt senior Logan Paulsen. Flanked by his parents, Jeff and Carrie, Paulsen signed with Northern State University, an NCAA Divisio…
For a brief moment, the Central DeWitt girls basketball team trailed in the second quarter of Tuesday’s WaMaC East contest with Beckman Catholic.
WYOMING — With the conference tournament coming this weekend and the 1A sectional meet the next, the Northeast wrestling team showed it was ready with a number of strong performances at Saturday’s John Byers Invitational.
LISBON — With just four points separating the Calamus-Wheatland and Lisbon girls basketball teams, the stage was set for an exciting fourth quarter Friday night.
CLINTON — Based on recent results, if the Calamus-Wheatland girls basketball team was going to snap a three-game skid to Prince of Peace, it was going to have to do it late.
MANCHESTER — A little over two minutes into Thursday’s WaMaC East contest with West Delaware, the Central DeWitt girls basketball team faced an early deficit.
A visit from the reigning 2A state dual champion provided a big challenge for the Central DeWitt wrestling team as it hosted a WaMaC double dual Thursday.
MANCHESTER — It took some time, but once the Central DeWitt boys basketball team found its groove on offense in the second quarter of Thursday’s division visit to West Delaware, it proved to be bad news for the Hawks.
Central DeWitt senior Hannah Payne made her college choice official Tuesday, signing to compete with the Hawkeye Community College cross country and track and field teams. Payne recently competed in 10 varsity meets for the Sabers girls cross country team and ran the best two times of her ca…