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By JASON BROWN
Mahomet Citizen sportswriter
Since childhood, Seth Trolia wanted to become a professional golfer.
So the 2011 Mahomet-Seymour graduate used his talent to earn a scholarship to golf at Bradley University, where he earned a degree in Business Management and Leadership.
Ten years after he started bowling, Mahomet-Seymour graduate Rich Covington bowled his first 300 game.
It’s going to be a happy new year for the Moxley family.
In a span of three months in early 2017, husband-and-wife team Bonnie and Jim Moxley will be inducted into state association Hall of Fames as a tribute to their outstanding coaching tenures in different sports.
On Saturday, August 20, the 21st Annual Mahomet Half-Marathon, 5K, and Youth Run will be held to benefit the Mahomet Area Youth Club (MAYC).
A new scoreboard at the south ball diamond at Taylor Fields has been dedicated in honor of late Mahomet resident Chris Craig.
This past Saturday over 500 runners competed in the MAYC Half Marathon (13.1 miles) and 5K Run (3.1 miles).
Besides Illinois, there were participants from Florida, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Wisconsin and even Germany.
Mahomet was well-represented in the winner’s circle.
By HOPE WEBB
For the Mahomet Citizen
The Marching Bulldogs are at it again with practice eight hours a day during band camp to prepare for their upcoming season.
This year’s show, entitled “Cursed,” showcases the growing band – now with over 200 members – and will feature new props, new volunteers and many new students.
On Saturday, July 11, 51 Mahomet runners competed in the 20th Annual Fisher Fair 5K Run and brought home one overall title and 18 age group awards including eight age division winners.