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Highschool Boys Basketball results from 1/26/22

Hoopeston 58 Cissna Park 51


Milford wins 47 to 36 over central in a physical affair. 


Adin Portwood had 22 points.  Will Teig had 11 rebounds 

sawyer Laffoon had 7 assists.   Bearcats move to 17-6.

Girls and Boys basketball from Monday 1/24/22

Boys Basketball:


Hoopeston 72 uni high 65


Girls Basketball: 


Mikayla Knake 26 pts, 5 reb, 9 stl
Brooklyn Stadeli 7 pts, 6 reb
Addison Seggebruch 5 pts 8 reb

Cissna Park 7-11(3-2)

Cissna Park 49 Oakwood 44




Hoopeston 31 Bismarck 19 Claire Dixon  10 points 6 assist, klaire Pilcher  8 points 12 rebounds

Area Highschool Basketball from 1/6/22



Milford wins a physical low scoring game at salt fork 39-38.  

Milford moves to 13-5.


Oakwood 57 Hoopeston 45




Hoopeston 37 Monticello 42 Tori Birge 16 points  11 rebounds Claire Dixon 7 points  

Lady Cornjerkers win a close one over PBL

Hoopeston 44 PBL 43 Bre Crose 12 points 4 steals 4 assist and 7 rebounds Tori Birge 9 points 9 rebounds Claire Dixon 8 points 4 assist 7 rebounds

Highschool boys basketball update

Hoopeston Area defeated Westville 64-58


Milford defated Georgetown 81-50 and Milford set a school record with 15 threes (7 in the first quarter) on their way to the vermilion valley conference win.  


Cissna Park beat Chrstman 63-37

Highschool Boys Basketball results from 12/7/21

The Bearcats move to 3-4 on the season with 43-34 win over Westville. Bearcats were led by Portwood 18pts 5 rebounds, Teig 12pts 4 rebounds and Nick Warren 9pts 10 rebounds and nick won the Ken Leonard award tonight.  


BHRA beat Cissna Park 64-40


SJO beat hoopeston area 75-46

Timberwolf Tipoff finals

Game 1

BHRA  49

Momence  19


Game 2

Cissna Park  57

Tri-Point  17


Game 3

Bishop McNamara  34

Milford  46


Game 4

Armstrong-Potomac  29

Watseka  32


All-Tournament Selections (No particular order)

Sophia Rome- BHRA

Melina Schuette- Tri-Point

Mikayla Knake- Cissna Park

Emmaleah Marshino- Milford

Mallory O'Connor- Bishop McNamara

Caley Strahan- Bishop McNamara

Carlyn Crozier- Armstrong-Potomac

Allie Hoy- Watseka

Kyla Bullington- Armstrong-Potomac

Addi Edwards - Watseka

Mattie Kennel- Armstrong-Potomac

Sydney McTaggart- Watseka

Timberwolf Tipoff night 4 results


Game 1

Armstrong-Potomac 55

Cissna Park 41


Game 2

Bishop McNamara 45

BHRA  43


Game 3

Watseka 37

Milford  22


Timberwolf Tipoff night 3 results

Results from night 3 of the Tip-Off Classic.


Game 1

Armstrong Potomac 51

Bishop McNamara  44


Game 2

Tri-Point  37

Momence  21


Game 3

Cissna Park   50

Bismarck-Henning-Rossville-Alvin   47 


Milford Volleyball wins Regional

Regional championship Milford over Lexington 25-15,25-23

Record 25-8

Leaders - Caley Mowrey 15 kills, 9 digs, 2 blocks

                 Anna McEwen 7 kills, 17 digs

                 Hunter Mowrey 18 assists, 15 digs

Cissna Park Volleyball season ends with a record of 21-14-1

Grant Park defeats Cissna Park 25-21, 26-24.  Cissna Park finishes the season 21-14-1.


Stat Leaders

Aces- Ava Seggebruch 2

Kills- Ava Seggebruch 12, Emma Morrical 7

Assists- Mikayla Knake 24

Digs- Morgan Sinn and Mikayla Knake 9

Regional Volleyball Action from 10/26/21


Milford defeats Dwight 25-8,25-10




Hoopeston Area travelled to St. Joe to compete in regional action for the second night in a row, this time to face 2A powerhouse and 16th-ranked Decatur St. Teresa. The Cornjerkers stayed close for the first half of the first set, at one point leading 8-6. However, the Bulldogs began to assert themselves and Hoopeston ended up falling 16-25, 9-25. Hoopeston ended the season with a 16-20 overall record, the best in at least 15 years and a victory in their first regional match. The team, which counted no seniors on its roster, finished third out of 9 teams in the Blue Ridge Invitational, fourth at the Vermilion County Tournament and went 2-3 at the Mahomet-Seymour Invitational to finish 13th out of 16 teams in a field loaded with 2A and 3A ranked programs.

Cornjerkers win 1st volleyball regional game

The Cornjerkers travelled to St. Joseph-Ogden Monday to face Westville in an IHSA regional matchup. In a reversal of the regular season match, Hoopeston defeated the scrappy Tigers 25-19, 25-21. Hoopeston advances to play Decatur St. Teresa Tuesday night at 5:30pm, again in St. Joe.

Area Volleyball scores

Hoopeston Area fell at home to Chrisman Thursday night in a hard-fought Vermilion Valley conference match up 23-25, 25-21, 21-25.


Cissna Park (20-13-1, 11-1) defeats Iroquois West 25-14, 25-7

Area Volleyball Round Up from 10/19/21


Hoopeston Area suffered a three set defeat at Georgetown-Ridge Farm tonight 25-21, 21-25, 21-25.


Milford defeats Chrisman 25-13,25-17
Record 23-7, 11-0
Leaders -
 Caley Mowrey - 9 kills , 4 aces
  Hunter Mowrey - 9 kills , 10 assists
 Jahni Lavicka - 17 assists



Cissna Park (19-13-1, 10-1) defeats Watseka 25-22, 18-25, 25-22. 


Stat leaders 

Aces- Mikayla Knake 4

Kills- Emma Morrical 15, Ava Seggebruch 11

Digs- Morgan Sinn 17, Emma Morrical 11



Cornjerker Volleyball from 10/18/21

In the third place match in the Vermilion County tournament held at Georgetown tonight, Hoopeston fell to Armstrong-Potomac in two sets 16-25, 21-25. The Cornjerkers return to action tomorrow night when they visit Georgetown-Ridge Farm for a Vermilion Valley conference match.

Area Volleyball Scores from 10/14/21

Hoopeston dropped their second consecutive match, this time to the visiting Watseka Warriors 20-25, 13-25. They return to action Saturday at 9AM in Georgetown where they begin the Vermilion County tournament by facing BHRA at 9AM.


PBL defeats Cissna Park (17-13, 8-1) 25-17, 25-17


Stat Leaders

Kills - Emma Morrical - 5

Assists - Mikayla Knake - 13

Digs - Morgan Sinn - 13


Cissna Park hosts Chrisman on Friday, October 15 with JV starting at 5:30.

Highschool Volleyball Scores from 10/7/21

The Cornjerkers travelled to face the Iroquois West Raiders tonight and came away with a 25-10, 25-15 victory. The win evened Hoopeston's overall record at 10-10 and 3-5 in conference action. Hoopeston returns to action Monday with another road trip, this time to Clifton Central.


Milford defeats Cissna Park 25-18,25-11
Record 18-4, 8-0
Leaders -
Caley Mowrey -7 kills, 11 digs
Jahni Lavicka - 10 assists
 Anna McEwen - 10 digs, 4 kills

Hoopeston Area clinched the outright Vermilion Valley Conference Championship for Soccer


Hoopeston Area clinched the outright Vermilion Valley Conference Championship by defeating Bismarck-Henning Rossville-Alvin by the score of 3-2 in overtime. The Blue Devils took a 1-0 halftime lead when Logan Hall scored on a rebound. Second half Hoopeston Area Senior Ben Brown was able to tie the game up at one when Isaias Diaz made a great pass to help Brown to find some open space for the score. The Blue Devils answered back with a goal from Liam Oxendine with the assist to Hayden Rice. Cornjerkers were able to find their way into the box to get fouled to earn a penalty kick. Ben Brown stepped up and was able to make a great shot to make things 2-2. 

In overtime the fans and parents got to see both goalies make some great saves to keep things close going into the last ten minutes. Hoopeston Area sophomore Talan Gredy-Nelson was able to assist Ben Brown for his third goal of the night with less than two minutes left to make the score 3-2.

Derek Drayer was the winning goalie saving seven of nine shots he faced.

Before the game the Hoopeston Area High School recognized the six seniors before the game for their dedication to the soccer program and the great young men they have grown into. The program will miss these boys and wish them nothing but the best in the future. This was a great group of kids and the coaches really enjoyed having them these past four years. A lot of credit has to go to their parents, grandparents and other family members who raised them the right way in being very humble and outstanding individuals. The seniors are, Kamerin Cade, Kayden Wallace, Nick Hofer, Ben Brown, Isaias Diez, Derek Drayer.

Cornjerkers will try to sweep the conference on Thursday night as they travel to Gilman to take on Iroquois West. 


1st Half

BHRA- Goal Logan Hall (Rebound)


2nd Half

HAHS -Goal Ben Brown assist Isaias Diaz

BHRA- Goal Liam Oxendine assist Hayden Rice

HAHS-Ben Brown (PK)



HAHS-Goal Ben Brown assist Talan Gredy-Nelson

Hoopeston Area, Cissna Park and Milford Volleyball results

Cissna Park (16-8-1, 7-0) defeats Oakwood 25-16, 25-18


Stat Leaders

Aces - Ava Seggebruch - 6

Kills - Emma Morrical - 9

Assists - Mikayla Knake - 17

Digs - Riley Maul - 7


Hoopeston suffered a tough three set defeat on the road at Bismarck-Henning Rossville-Alvin tonight 19-25, 25-13, 20-25. The loss moved the Cornjerkers to 9-10 on the season and 2-5 in the Vermilion Valley with another road trip, this time to Iroquois West on the books for Thursday.


Milford defeats Danville Schlarman by scores of 25-9,25-1

Record is now 17-3, 7-0

Leaders - Brynlee Wright served for 18 pts including 5 aces

                  Caley Mowrey had 7 kills and 2 aces

                 Jahni Lavicka had 14 assists and 3 aces

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