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The road to Bloomington: Cory Noe reflects on his choosing of Illinois Wesleyan

MAHOMET — Even as a youngster, everyone knew that Cory Noe was eventually going to play college basketball.

On April 12, those dreams became a reality.

The Mahomet-Seymour star announced on Twitter that he would be attending Illinois Wesleyan University in nearby Bloomington next fall.


Looking ahead: Bulldogs beat Urbana, lose two against Mount Zion

M-S looks to rebound in Saturday's doubleheader after dropping pair of games at Mount Zion

The Mahomet-Seymour softball team defeated Urbana last Wednesday, but was swept in a doubleheader in Mount Zion on Tuesday afternoon.

 

Mount Zion 9, M-S 8 (first game). To start the doubleheader against Mount Zion, the Bulldogs lost the first game by one run.


Leaving the court: Chad Benedict to take on new administrative role

MAHOMET — One of the area's most stable boys' basketball coaching positions will be vacated, it was announced Monday, as longtime Mahomet-Seymour leader Chad Benedict will step down to accept an assistant principal position at the high school.


Weather no match for Bulldogs: Girls' soccer goes 1-2 in Urbana tourney, defeats Lincoln

Bulldogs rebound to beat Lincoln after going 1-2 in tourney

Despite rain, wind and snow, the Mahomet-Seymour girls' soccer team has played most of its matches to start the season, but conditions have been anything but pleasant.


3-game winning streak: Bulldogs softball getting it done on mound, at plate

Bulldogs rebound from opening-game loss with three straight wins

After losing the first game of the year to Herscher, the Mahomet-Seymour softball team has rattled off three straight wins, including a doubleheader sweep at Lincoln last Saturday.

"Our last three wins were great team wins," M-S coach Lisa Ayers said. "I am really happy with our batting lineup at the moment."


Bulldogs start season with four-game winning streak

The Mahomet-Seymour baseball team extended its season-opening winning streak to four games this past week.

The Bulldogs overpowered Clinton last Wednesday and Urbana last Friday, both in five-inning games.

M-S 13, Urbana 0.


M-S girls' soccer team kicks off season with 3 victories

Last season was a special one for the Mahomet-Seymour girls' soccer team.

The Bulldogs finished with a school record 19 wins, and for the first time in school history, M-S took home back-to-back Class 2A regional titles.

 

Looking ahead


A heartbreaking finish: Springfield Southeast defeats M-S in sectional semifinal

DECATUR — Cory Noe was visibly frustrated.

Mahomet-Seymour's senior guard had just missed a crucial box-out and Springfield Southeast had hit a momentum-changing three-pointer to take a 39-30 lead late in the third quarter of last Wednesday's Class 3A Decatur Eisenhower Sectional semifinals.


Leading the way: Bulldogs advance to regional title game

The Mahomet-Seymour boys' basketball team defeated Mattoon in its final regular season game last Friday, then knocked off Rantoul in the IHSA Class 3A Mahomet-Seymour Regional semifinals on Tuesday.

For the third straight season, the Bulldogs have ended the Eagles' season in regional action — once at Rantoul, once at Centennial and now at home.


Taking it to the mat: 3 Bulldogs compete in state wrestling finals

Three Mahomet-Seymour senior wrestlers — David Spencer, Ben Stahl and David Griffet — made the trip to the IHSA Class 2A state wrestling tournament last weekend at the State Farm Center in Champaign.

Two of them earned all-state status.

"We are very proud of our three state qualifiers," Mahomet-Seymour coach Rob Ledin said. "We had a great tournament."


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