Veteran girls' basketball team set for action

In his 18th year as Mahomet-Seymour girls' basketball head coach, Nathan Seal will have to utilize his team's quickness and depth to improve on last season's 14-14 overall record.

The Bulldogs have five seniors: Kameryn Brotherton, Cassidi Collins, Jessica Franklin, Erin Lenschow and Kailyn Stone.

Boys' cross-country team repeats state championship feat

For the second straight year, the Mahomet-Seymour Bulldogs took home the boys' cross-country state championship Class 2A trophy following Saturday's 25-school meet at Detweiller Park in Peoria.

The Bulldogs scored a team low of 91, which was 23 points better than top-ranked Normal University High School.

M-S boys repeat as cross-country state champions

Mahomet-Seymour's cross-country team continued its run on Saturuday (Nov. 3) as the state's best Class 2A team.

Deer hunting season: New law enables kids to take aim

Two years ago, when Nic DiFilippo's daughter, Brianna, asked, "Why can I hunt with a gun, but not a crossbow?," Nic did not have an answer, other than it was illegal.

The question came about because his daughters wanted to bow hunt with him, but none of them were strong enough to pull a 40-pound draw weight on a bow, which — to hunt in Illinois — was the law.

Bulldog football clinches playoff berth with win in Week 9

The Mahomet-Seymour football team clinched an automatic playoff berth with a 56-6 win over the Bombers Friday night at Macomb.

The win improved the Bulldogs' season record to 6-3, and guaranteed M-S a postseason game. The Buldogs are scheduled to travel to Chatham Glenwood High School for a first-round game in the Class 5A playoffs.

Boys' soccer team carries momentum into postseason

After a short midseason slump, the Mahomet-Seymour boys' soccer team bounced back to win Apollo Conference games against Effingham and Taylorville, and three Bulldogs earned all-sectional honors.

Veteran coach prepares to stop prepping Bulldogs

Steve Kreps has been working to make "Bulldogs" for more than 25 years.

But at the end of the 2017-2018 basketball season, Kreps — who retired from teaching in 2014 — will also retire from his football and basketball coaching assignments within the Mahomet-Seymour school district.

M-S football holds Mount Zion to under 100 yards of total offense in win

On a wet, muddy Frank Dutton field last Friday night, the Mahomet-Seymour and Mount Zion football teams had no choice but to rely on running games and defenses to seek the win.

Football Bulldogs earn homecoming victory

On a night when the Mahomet-Seymour Education Foundation inducted its first Hall of Fame class, the student section and many Bulldog fans wore green to show support for Mattoon after last Wednesday's school shooting.

Before the game Friday, fans on all sides of Frank Dutton Field stood and cheered one another.

Fourth-quarter heroics lead M-S to football victory

During the week of practice, Mahomet-Seymour football coach Keith Pogue knew his defense was going to have to come up big in order for the Bulldogs to defeat Mascoutah last Friday night at Frank Dutton Field.


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