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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.
By TERRY GREENE
Mahomet Citizen sportswriter
Despite having only four girls on the team, Mahomet-Seymour posted an impressive fifth-place finish in the IHSA girls’ sectional swimming meet in Champaign on November 15.
The Lady Bulldogs scored 72 points and trailed only Urbana University High, Danville, Champaign Central and Champaign Centennial in the 24-team field.