Zack Carpenter

Fisher/GCMS soccer starts season 6-0 with Uni High Shootout title, wins over Olympia and Judah Christian

URBANA — A youngster stepping up, one of the area’s top goalkeepers staying focused and a veteran playmaker making a critical hustle play at the perfect time all helped culminate in hardware for the Fisher/Gibson-City-Melvin-Sibley soccer team.

GCMS boys basketball defeats Fisher 59-48

FISHER — Cody Diskin knew coming into the season what the chink would be in his team’s armor.
Fisher’s boys basketball team is led by a trio of savvy veteran guards who can each fill it up, a threesome of inexperienced but budding forwards, and another group of solid role players.
The squad is brimming with talent, and that much was obviou

GCMS girls basketball loses 31-30 to Fisher

FISHER — Ken Ingold has been coaching Fisher sports teams since 1985.

Defense helps Fisher/GCMS get off to 8-2-2 start

FISHER — The stats are impressive, and they tell a remarkable story.
Alec Johnson has amassed 16 goals and eight assists, and Caleb Bleich has racked up 12 goals and 14 assists this season.

Fisher/GCMS soccer wins 3-0 over Rantoul

FISHER — When the Bunnies took a 2-0 halftime lead over fellow News-Gazette top-10 squad St. Joseph-Ogden on Sept.

Fisher/GCMS soccer looks to pick up where it left off from late-season stretch in 2016

FISHER — One game a time.

That’s the message Levi Horsch has been stressing to his team, and it seems to have been received loud and clear.

Rantoul defeats PBL boys basketball 66-53

RANTOUL — After watching Paxton-Buckley-Loda forward Andrew Zenner torch his team with 14 first-half points behind four three-pointers, Brett Frerichs made the game’s biggest halftime adjustment.

The Rantoul boys basketball coach put Kevin Williams on the Panthers’ big man, giving Williams the simple instructions to stick with him the entire second half.

GCMS boys basketball defeats Fisher in HOIC play

GIBSON CITY — Mitchell McNutt knows the importance of getting into the weight room.

The Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley boys’ basketball point guard powered his way to a game-high 19 points to help lead the Falcons to a 62-49 win over Heart of Illinois Conference rival Fisher in a bout Tuesday night.

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