What a difference a year made for John Burroughs senior tennis player Nina Zhu.
St. Louis County schools can begin limited competition Friday in cross country, girls golf, girls tennis and boys swimming and diving.
EDWARDSVILLE — Chloe Koons wasn't allowed to hit the tennis ball.
There will be no state champions crowned this fall in the four sports offered by the Illinois High School Association.
Thus, last year's Class 1 champion, John Burroughs, and last year's Class 2 champion, St. Joseph's, both will be in Class 3.
High contact sports, such as football, are now clear to have full team practices with no limits on participants and coaches.
Each fall sport will be categorized as low contact, moderate contact or high contact. Each category will have a unique set of parameters that …
Under this plan, a school could start playing in the fall, have its season halted due to COVID-19 and resume in the modified spring season.
The routines are much different.
Monday was the first day high school fall sports could begin preseason practices in Missouri and Illinois.
The move to Phase 2 allows for high-contact sports — including football, soccer and volleyball — to have up to 20 athletes together at a time …
MSHSAA’s decision aligns it with the guidance of the National Federation of State High School Associations, which has pushed for more inclusiv…
The Illinois High School Association unveiled its plan for sports in the 2020-21 school year Wednesday afternoon. It does not include a fall f…
Mark your opponent, clutch and grab one another in the box on corner kicks but don’t bump fists when you’re done.
MSHSAA is expanding the number of classifications in 10 sports.
The North Tech athletics program was shuttered last week by the Special School District of St. Louis County school board as the campus moves a…
Caroline Pozo of Lafayette was the first public school tennis player to win three consecutive girls singles state championships in Missouri.
The Post-Dispatch All-Decade series continues with girls tennis. Decisions were based on high school performances between the 2010 and 2019 seasons.
Congratulations to Lily Walther, the Post-Dispatch All-Metro girls tennis player of the year.