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September 16, 2019

Regional Champs
Regional Champs
Robinson High School's baseball team won the IHSA Class 2A Newton Regional by defeating Newton 9-4 in the championship game Saturday (May 18).


RHS set to start Hall of Fame later this year
Finding ways to honor athletes of the past can be a challenge for schools, but Robinson High School is doing their part is making sure they recognize the stories history of their athletic program.

RHS Athletic Director Kelly Brookman proposed the idea of a Hall of Fame at RHS to the school board several months ago and the idea was well received. Now, it is going to become a reality later this year.

Brookman announced recently that the inaugural class of the Robinson High School Hall of Fame will be inducted in December.

"This is something I talked about doing when I started as AD," Brookman said. "After we retired Meyers Leonard's jersey, it sparked the want to do something to recognize all the quality athletes and coaches we've had at RHS. I thought a Hall of Fame would be a great way to do it."


Friday, August 30, 2019


RHS girls' tennis beats Casey-Westfield, 8-1
The first match of the season was near-perfection for Robinson High School's girls' tennis team.

The Lady Maroons won all but one match and cruised to an 8-1 win over Casey-Westfield in their first action of the season Thursday (Aug. 29) at the Washington Park courts.


Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Oblong golfers down Robinson in dual match at Oak Glen
County bragging rights were on the line Thursday (Aug. 29) and they went to the host team.

Oblong High School's boys' golf team hosted county foe Robinson and came away with the victory at Oak Glen Golf Course.

The Panthers finished the meet with a score of 175, which was better than the Maroons' 186.


Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Lady Panthers fall short at Olney
While the results were the same, the play is getting better for Oblong High School's volleyball team.

The Lady Panthers dropped their third straight match to open the season Thursday (Aug. 29), but played much better in a 13-25, 22-25 loss at Olney.

"We may of lost the game, but we played very well," OHS head coach Pam Johnson said. "We had a very competitive week this week. Now we can learn from our mistakes and to start bring home the wins."


Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Lady Tigers thump Red Hill in opener
It may not have been perfect, but first matches rarely are.

Still, Hutsonville-Palestine's volleyball team played well in their season opener Wednesday (Aug. 28) and rolled to a two-set win over Red Hill, 25-5, 25-12.

"Overall I'm very pleased with how the girls played," HHS-PHS head coach Shandy Matthews said. "There were first game nerves for everyone, but they settled down and played ball. The second set for varsity got off to a slow start, but they got back in the groove. Our service was good. We played well as a team. Hopefully, we can build from here and keep improving."


Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Lady Statesmen fall to Lake Land in four sets in home opener
After taking some positives away from their season-opening loss the night before, there wasn't much good for Lincoln Trail College's volleyball team to take from their loss Wednesday night (Aug. 28).

The Lady Statesmen did not play well and the end result was a four-set loss to Lake Land College, 17-25, 26-24, 16-25, 19-25.

"Although we took the second set, the girls weren't playing to their potential tonight," LTC head coach Dana Goodwin said. "Our serves were killing us (missed 13) and there was no communication on the court."

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Lady Maroons win at Clay City in three
It wasn't easy, but Robinson High School's volleyball team was able to start their season off on the right foot Tuesday (Aug. 27).

The Lady Maroons went the distance and were able to hang on for a three-set win at Clay City, 25-21, 22-25, 25-22, in the non-conference contest.

"We had to fight hard to get the win tonight," RHS head coach Eric Dean said. "Clay City is a small school, but they have a very successful volleyball program."


Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Lady Statesmen fall at Vincennes
A valiant comeback fell just short for Lincoln Trail College's volleyball team Tuesday (Aug. 27).

The Lady Statesmen dug themselves an early hole before rallying, only to fall short in five sets of their season opener at Vincennes University, 15-25, 20-25, 29-27, 25-23, 9-15.

"Overall, I am very proud of our hard work tonight," LTC head coach Dana Goodwin said. "The girls came back after losing the first two sets in order to take it to five. We were slow at first, but once we caught on to VU's quick offense, we started getting more touches on the block and more comfortable running our own offense. This was the first time we ran a 5-1 due to a recent injury and they all adjusted very well."


Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Robinson's Schulte earns medalist honors in girls' meet at Marshall
A handful of girls' golfers took to the course in Marshall Tuesday (Aug. 27) and when the dust settled, Robinson's Nyah Schulte managed to come out on top.

Schulte earned medalist honors in the meet by posting a score of 45 and then winning a three-hole playoff with Kaitlyn Coombes of Paris, who also finished with a 45.


Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Lady Panthers drop second straight match with loss at Cumberland
Play was better, but the results were still the same for Oblong High School's volleyball team Tuesday (Aug. 27).

The Lady Panthers dropped their second match in as many nights, as they lost in two sets at Cumberland 10-25, 15-25.

"Our stats were a little better tonight," OHS head coach Pam Johnson said. "We need to eliminate our hitting errors. Each game we will improve and the wins will start coming."


Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Robinson golf team finishes 3rd in four-team meet at Olney
Results were less than expected for Robinson High School's golf team Monday (Aug. 26).

The Maroons managed just a third-place finish in a four-team meet at Richland Country Club in Olney.


Tuesday, September 3, 2019


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