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The Mahomet-Seymour Junior High wrestling team was crowned Regional Champion on Saturday, February 28.
The following wrestlers were individual Regional Champions in their weight class: Noah Schnepper-75, Clayton Bell-135 (moves to 27-0 on the season), Wyatt Heimann-145 and Morrie Mendenhall-167.
The Bulldog wrestling team continues to build upon another great season.
The team closed out the regular season by claiming a conference title, and now the team has won a regional title. This allows the team to compete at the Dual Team Sectional, which will
be held in Taylorville on February 24.
Members of the Mahomet-Seymour dance team got a rousing welcome home from the state finals on Saturday afternoon.
Escorted by a Cornbelt firetruck and Mahomet police cruiser, their bus made its way through the streets of Mahomet and back to the high school, where team members greeted well-wishers and posed for photos with their first-place trophy.
The Mahomet-Seymour wrestling team went undefeated for the week, dominating all five of their matches.
On January 20 they defeated both Pontiac and Prairie Central, scoring a total of 111 points for the meet.
Two days later they easily took down Champaign Central by a score of 54 to 21. The match had great significance as it was Coach Rob Ledin’s 300th career victory.
The Mahomet-Seymour wrestling team kept their dominant season going this past week.
They went 4 and 0 during their dual meets and had great success at the 35th annual Marty Williams Invitational, hosted by MSHS.
The Bulldogs started their busy week on January 13 with a meet at Monticello High School. The Bulldogs’ first match was against the Saint Thomas More Sabers.
Fans can watch the Mahomet-Seymour High School dance team in action this weekend—and see teams from across the state as well.
MSHS will host a Team Dance Illinois Regional Competition on Saturday, Jan. 10. Twenty-one teams are expected to attend, and a total of 42 performances are scheduled throughout the day.
Mahomet-Seymour’s Lady Bulldogs added another win to their record on Tuesday. The girls competed in their first home game and blew away their competitors, the Olympia Spartans, with a final score of 65 to 13.
JH Girls Split with St. Joseph
The Mahomet-Seymour Junior High School girls' basketball teams wrapped up their 2014 regular season schedule by dividing a pair of game against St. Joseph on November in Mahomet. The seventh grade squad fell 31-16 while the eighth grade team prevailed 21-19.
By MEGAN PERRERO
Mahomet Citizen sportswriter
Monday night the Lady Bulldogs traveled to Prairie Central High School to play El-Paso Gridley. The team was able to start off their season with a victory, 48-45.