GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Longbeards Committee held the 17th annual JAKES Day event at the Marsden Ranch on Irish Hollow Road.
GALENA–Looking back on the seven-day, 500-plus mile journey that he and more than 20,000 other bicyclists took part in just a week ago, 14-year-old Tyler Moran had to admit that his accomplishment surprised him a little bit.
GALENA–When Galena head boys basketball coach Scott Schaber accepted the head coaching position last summer, he immediately recognized more issues than a losing record.
GALENA–The Galena Pirate alumni football team looked to defend last season’s victory over the East Dubuque alumni on Friday, July 10 at Galena High School.
GALENA–The first Clint Sitzmann Memorial Shootout is planned for Saturday, July 11 at the Galena High School.
CHICAGO–Michelle Ludwig, a 2014 Galena High School graduate, used to set her alarm so she could wake up in the middle of the night to tune in to hockey games and catch scores of NHL games.
With the 2015 NUIC baseball season officially under wraps, following another stellar regular season from area power house Warren-Stockton and a Cinderella run in the post season from River Ridge-Scales Mound, the IHSA has officially announced the NUIC all-conference selections.
LA CROSSE, Wis.–Scales Mound standout athlete Brittany Davis has put together quite the career for the Hornets over her four years of varsity sports.
Following a softball season that served as a complete program turnaround for Scales Mound-River Ridge, the NUIC West all-conference teams have been announced.
CHARLESTON–The Galena-East Dubuque-River Ridge track and field teams have seen their fair shares of success on the track throughout the last few years.
LENA–Last season, River Ridge/Scales Mound looked poised to capture a regional crown as they took the Le-Win Panthers in the championship game.
GALENA–St. Matthew Lutheran Church is set to host their 10th annual golf outing at the Galena Golf Club.
LANARK–The Galena Pirates entered the Eastland baseball regional in hopes of knocking off the home team in the opening round.
GALENA–The Galena Lady Pirates jumped out to a fast start against the higher-seed Scales Mound/River Ridge on Tuesday, May 19 in Galena.
EAST DUBUQUE–Following impressive high school basketball careers, several East Dubuque Warriors will continue their playing careers at the college level.
SCALES MOUND–Former Hornet and junior varsity volleyball coach Nicole Winter will take on the head coaching job of the varsity girls volleyball team during the 2015 season.
GALENA–Galena girls varsity basketball head coach Jamie Watson will host the annual Galena youth basketball camp, which will be held from Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 4.
GALENA–The 20th annual Galena Triathlon and Duathlon marked a special day for many of those who played a part in the success of the annual event.
HANOVER–As the clouds rolled away and gave way to sunny skies and warmer temperatures, the girls track and field teams from the all over the region gathered at the River Ridge field on Friday, May 15.
EAST DUBUQUE–Alec Monahan connected for three doubles, Brian Welp pitched a strong game on the mound and the East Dubuque Warriors steamrolled the Eastland Cougars on Thursday, May 7 at home.
GALENA–At the age of 23, Galena resident and former Pirate student-athlete John Hermsen ventured into the world of bodybuilding.
GALENA–The Galena Lady Pirates couldn’t shake off a rough first inning, falling at home to the West Carroll Thunder on Tuesday, April 28.
GALENA–The Galena Pirates have found themselves just one or two runs shy of victory more times than they would care to discuss during the 2015 baseball season.