The Aric Lee Show w/ Nick Smith Launches Teacher of the Month Contest

The Aric Lee Show w/ Nick Smith Launches Teacher of the Month Contest

SEPTEMBER 10  –  Many of us are nothing without the teachers who helped us realize what we wanted to become. Or what our potential could be. Or even fought us to stay focused through the juvenile years.

That respect is what pushed NowDecatur’s Aric Lee and Nick Smith, to create the Corley Family Dental Teacher of the Month contest.

“Teachers are incredibly underpaid, sometimes undervalued, but for most of us, they are never forgotten,” Lee said. “Nick and I just wanted to do something to salute teachers through the 2019-2020 school year, and maybe beyond. And thanks to Corley Family Dental, a lot of hustle from our sales team, and many of our local sponsors, it is happening, and hopefully a bunch of our local teachers will feel the honor we are aiming for.”

The monthly cycle will roughly be:

  • Middle two weeks of the month are the nomination period on NowDecatur.com
  • Final week of the month is the voting period on NowDecatur.com
  • Follow NowDecatur.com and the NowDecatur Facebook page the first week of the month for video of Aric & Nick crashing the classroom to present the winner a gift pack

Each month, nominate as many teachers, administrators, etc., from any school of any grade in the Macon County area, also including non-county school districts in the NowDecatur sports coverage area: Central A&M, Clinton, and Cerro Gordo-Bement. Millikin University and Richland Community College are also eligible for nominations.

Aric and Nick will choose five finalists each week, and honor them over that final week of the month, although no nominations will be discarded, and a finalist could be chosen in a different month, from which they were nominated.

The winning teacher will receive a gift pack valued over $400 including:

  • Flowers from Secret Garden
  • Gift Certificates from Sloan’s Calzones & The Avon Theatre
  • Gift packs from Daphne & Kris at The New Look Salon, Texas Roadhouse, & Marquis Coffee & Door 4 Brewing Company
  • Gifts from Janvrin Plumbing & the Shane Major Richland Insurance Office

Nominations are currently open until Sunday, September 22nd … Voting for the October Teacher of the Month will run from September 23rd to 30th.

Teacher of the Month

NowDecatur.com High School Football Scoreboard

NowDecatur.com High School Football Scoreboard

NOWDECATUR.com SCOREBOARD

WEEK 3

Broadcast Games

Normal U-High (0-3, 0-3) – 7
MacArthur (2-1, 2-1) – 30  (F)
(LISTEN to the Podcast at NowDecatur.com)

St. Teresa (3-0, 1-0) – 55
Meridian (2-1, 0-1) – 6  (F)
(LISTEN to the Podcast at NowDecatur.com)

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NowDecatur Coverage Area

Central A&M (3-0, 1-0) – 49
Tuscola (2-1, 0-1) – 14  (F)

Charleston (1-2, 0-2) – 7
Mt. Zion (3-0, 1-0) – 48  (F)

Clinton (3-0, 1-0) – 48
Shelbyville (1-2, 0-1) – 14  (F)

Eisenhower (0-3, 0-3) – 37
Springfield Southeast (1-2, 1-2) – 78  (F)

LSA (0-3, 0-1) – 6
Cerro Gordo-Bement (2-1, 1-0) – 13  (F)

Maroa-Forsyth (3-0, 3-0) – 42
Pittsfield (1-2, 1-2) – 8  (F)

Sangamon Valley (1-2, 0-1) – 14
Argenta-Oreana (2-1, 1-0) –  47  (F)

Sullivan-Okaw Valley (0-3, 0-1) – 7
Warrensburg-Latham (2-1, 1-0) – 29  (F)

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Extended Area

Arcola (2-1, 1-0) – 41
Villa Grove-Heritage (1-1, 0-1) – 6  (F)

Champaign St. Thomas More (0-3, 0-3) – 19
Monticello (2-1, 2-1) – 51  (F)

Cumberland (2-1, 1-0) – 13
Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond (2-1, 0-1) – 7  (F)

Farmer City Blue Ridge (2-1, 0-1) – 12
Oakland Tri-County (1-2, 1-0) – 48  (F)

Gillespie (1-2, 1-2) – 8
Pana (1-0, 1-0) – 40  (F)

Lincoln (0-3, 0-2) – 17
Taylorville (3-0, 2-0) – 19  (F)

Mattoon (1-2, 1-1) – 14
Mahomet-Seymour (1-2, 1-1) – 35  (F)

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WEEK 2

Broadcast Games

Hope College (0-1) – 21
Millikin Big Blue (1-0) – 27  (F)
(LISTEN to the Podcast at NowDecatur.com)

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NowDecatur Coverage Area

Argenta-Oreana (1-1) – 27
Cumberland (1-1) – 7  (F)

Cerro Gordo-Bement (1-1) – 19
Shelbyville (1-1) – 48  (F)

Lanphier (1-1, 1-1) – 41
Eisenhower (0-2, 0-2) – 32  (F)

LSA (0-2) – 0
Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond (2-0) – 41  (F)

MacArthur (1-1, 1-1) – 33
Jacksonville (1-1, 1-1) – 27  (F)

Mt. Zion (2-0) – 24
Dunlap (1-1) – 21  (F)

New Berlin (0-2, 0-2) – 13
Maroa-Forsyth (2-0, 2-0) – 34  (F)

Nokomis (1-1) – 6
Central A&M (2-0) – 42  (F)

Sangamon Valley (1-1) – 45
Martinsville (0-2) – 15  (F)

South Fork (0-2) – 8
Meridian (2-0) – 38  (F)

Sullivan-Okaw Valley (0-2) – 21
Newton (1-1) – 31  (F)

Warrensburg-Latham (1-1) – 7
Fithian Oakwood (1-1) – 35  (F)

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Extended Area

Charleston (1-1, 0-1) – 14
Mattoon (1-1, 1-0) – 27  (F)

Farmer City Blue Ridge (2-0) – 28
Oblong (0-2) – 14  (FINAL)

Lincoln (0-2, 0-1) – 7
Effingham (2-0, 1-0) – 46  (F)

Mahomet-Seymour (0-2, 0-1) – 24
Taylorville (2-0, 1-0) – 36  (F)

Monticello (1-1, 1-1) – 14
Chillicothe IVC (2-0, 2-0) – 40  (F)

Pana (2-0, 2-0) – 38
Roxana (0-2, 0-2) – 14  (F)

Tuscola (2-0) – 45
Arcola (1-1) – 42  (F)

Villa Grove-Heritage (1-1) – 34
Oakland Tri-County (0-2) – 6  (F)

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WEEK 1

Broadcast Games

Arcola (1-0) – 43
Argenta-Oreana (0-1) – 6  (F)
(LISTEN to the Podcast at NowDecatur.com)

St. Teresa (1-0) – 41
Downs Tri-Valley (0-1) – 0  (F)
(LISTEN to the Podcast at NowDecatur.com)

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NowDecatur Coverage Area

Central A&M (1-0) – 41
Westville (0-1) – 6  (F)

Cerro Gordo-Bement (1-0) – 15
Sangamon Valley (0-1) – 12  (F)

Clinton (1-0) – 50
South Fork (0-1) – 14  (F)

Cumberland (1-0) – 46
LSA (0-1) – 0  (F)

Jacksonville (1-0, 1-0) – 59
Eisenhower (0-1, 0-1) – 6  (F)

MacArthur (0-1, 0-1) – 20
Springfield (1-0, 1-0) – 43  (F)

Maroa-Forsyth (1-0, 1-0) – 26
Virden North Mac (0-1, 0-1) – 18  (F)

Meridian (1-0) – 60
Oblong (0-1) – 8  (F)

Mt. Zion (1-0) – 31
Highland (0-1) – 21  (F)

Nokomis (1-0) – 31
Sullivan-Okaw Valley (0-1) – 24  (F)

Robinson (0-1) – 20
Warrensburg-Latham (1-0) – 21  (F, OT)

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Extended Area

Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond (1-0) – 41
Oakland Tri-County (0-1) – 13  (F)

Bartonville Limestone (1-0) – 14
Lincoln (0-1) – 0  (F)

Martinsville (0-1) – 6
Farmer City Blue Ridge (1-0) – 28  (F)

Mattoon (0-1) – 7
Troy Triad (1-0) – 41  (F)

Monticello (1-0, 1-0) – 42
Stanford Olympia (0-1, 0-1) – 32  (F)

Mt. Vernon (0-1) – 24
Taylorville (1-0) – 28  (F)

Pana (1-0, 1-0) – 44
Staunton (0-1, 0-1) – 7  (F)

Shelbyville (0-1) – 15
Seneca (1-0) – 38  (F)

Villa Grove-Heritage (0-1) – 14
Tuscola (1-0) – 55  (F)

 

 

18th Annual WSOY Community Food Drive

18th Annual WSOY Community Food Drive

WSOY and our community partners are pleased to announce the 18th annual WSOY Community Food Drive on October 4th at Airport Plaza Kroger on Rt. 36 in Decatur.  We have joined together to help stock our local food pantries.  Last year, over 1.52 million pounds of food was collected during our twelve hours of broadcast and this year we hope to exceed that amount!

To enable the WSOY Community Food Drive to help as many food banks as possible, we encourage the community  to give canned non-perishable goods or monetary donations.  By giving non-perishable canned goods, we are able to utilize safe offsite storage to allow the supply to last as long as possible.  Monetary donations, however, go the farthest. Food banks are then able to purchase goods on an as needed basis and at a tremendous discount through the Central Illinois Foodbank.  Every dime raised goes to the purchase of food. 

Over the past fifteen years, over 10.8 million pounds of food has been collected.

Last year, because of the wonderful generosity of the community, the WSOY Community Food Drive was able to assist Catholic Charities Food Pantry, The Salvation Army Food Pantry, Good Samaritan Inn, Northeast Community Fund, The Judy Mason Thanksgiving Basket Project, Extended Hands/Reasonable Services, Crossing Healthcare Prescription Gardens, The Grayson Basket Project, Big Blue Backpacks, Mt Zion Food Pantry, AMELCA, Helping Hands Food Pantry, Moundford Food Pantry, Gods Shelter of Love, Blue Mound Food Pantry and the Cops and Gobblers Program.

Join Us for the WSOY Community Food Drive

October 4, 2019

6AM-6PM

Airport Plaza Kroger

Rt. 36 in Decatur

How To Give

  • To find out how to volunteer (groups and business also accepted) , call Debbie Bogle at 422-8537 OR you can sign up using the online portal:

    registertovolunteer

    Every year the food drive has hundreds of great volunteers, but one volunteer is recognized as being outstanding.   The Geoffrey Neuhoff Spirit Award is given to honor and recognize someone that shows exemplary service to the WSOY Community Food Drive.  

  • How To Donate Now:

    To enable the WSOY Community Food Drive to help as many food banks as possible, we encourage the community  to give canned non-perishable goods or monetary donations.  By giving non-perishable canned goods, we are able to utilize safe offsite storage to allow the supply to last as long as possible.  Monetary donations, however, go the farthest. Food banks are then able to purchase goods on an as needed basis and at a tremendous discount through the Central Illinois Foodbank.  Every dime raised goes to the purchase of food. 

    • You can make a donation now ONLINE through the United Way:  

    • Make checks out to: WSOY Community Food Drive – Tax deductible donations and donations to be matched must be made to The United Way (Food Drive in Memo)
    • Mailing address for donations:

    First Mid Bank and Trust

    c/o Community Food Drive

    455 N. Main Street

    Decatur, IL 62523

    • Tax Deductible donations:

    The United Way

    C/O: The WSOY Food Drive

    201 W. Eldorado St. 

    Decatur, IL 62522 

    • Kroger will be selling pre-packaged bags for purchase and donation prior to the WSOY Community Food Drive. Just purchase a bag and leave it at Kroger in the donation bin!

    During The WSOY Community Food Drive on October 4th: 

    • Donate On October 4th By phone: 875-3350 (First Christian Church) – Check pledge, Visa and MasterCard Welcome.  Please let them know if your company offers matching. 
    • Donate on October 4th at Kroger on Rt. 36, Airport Plaza, Mt. Zion. 
    • If your company/or organization is collecting food, you can schedule a pick up on October 4th by calling Debbie Bogle 422-8537

How To Get Involved

  • For questions about getting your school involved, call Pete Vercellino at 520-5098

    To enable the WSOY Community Food Drive to help as many food banks as possible, we encourage the community to give canned non-perishable goods or monetary donations.  By giving non-perishable canned goods, we are able to utilize safe offsite storage to allow the supply to last as long as possible.  Monetary donations, however, go the farthest. Food banks are then able to purchase goods on an as needed basis and at a tremendous discount through the Central Illinois Food bank.  Every dime raised goes to the purchase of food. 

    Thanks to our community partners, we are able to again offer a substantial financial award to the top five local schools that collect the most canned food or monetary donations for our drive.  Individuals and groups can collect food ahead of time or come out to Kroger that day and donate food or cash in the name of a particular school.  The top five schools that generate the most food in pounds will be awarded a cash prize. Cash donations made by schools are also converted to pounds and count towards the schools total. In this case, cash weighs more than cans!  Anyone can help support their favorite school by donating in the name of the school.  Parents, grandparents, booster clubs, bands, athletic teams and teachers can and will make the difference.  All Macon County Schools grades K-12 are eligible to participate. 

    This year’s cash awards are as follows:

                    1st Place – $2,500

                    2nd Place – $1,500

                    3rd Place – $1,000

                    4th Place – $750

                    5th Place – $500

  • We are asking you to join our community partners: ADM, First Mid Bank and Trust & J.L. Hubbard Insurance and Bonds, Skeff Distributing, Jones & Thomas/JTnet, Decatur Back & Neck Center, Tickets N Trips, First Christian Church, Dale’s Southlake Pharmacy & Colee’s Corner Drugs, DynaGraphics/Wood Printing, Kroger,the United Way, Herald & Review, and WAND-TV in getting the word out to your employees and the community at large.

    Please encourage them to be a part of the 18th Annual WSOY Community food Drive – October 7, 2019 from 6AM-6PM at Airport Plaza Kroger on Rt. 36 in Decatur.  There are many ways you can help:

    • Distribute bags to your employees to be filled and dropped off at Kroger on Rt. 36 East during the food drive on October 4th. You can also arrange for donation pick up. Employees can also designate their donations to the school of their choice to help those schools win cash prizes for the most donations raised.
    • You can participate by making a monetary donation. Checks can be made to “WSOY Community Food Drive”. (Tax deductible donations should be made to the United Way c/o WSOY Community Food drive.)
    • If your business has a marquis, show your support by displaying “WSOY Community Food Drive, October 4th, 2018. 6am-6pm Kroger Rt. 36 East”
    • You can also assist us by donating an hourly incentive such as sporting event tickets and gift cards to use as giveaways to encourage giving during our live broadcast.
    • Let us know if your company is doing a special promotion or fundraiser for the food drive so we can share it! You can email details to lindsayromano@neuhoffmedia.com

    To find out how your company can get involved or to request bags to distribute to employees, please call Karin Betzer at First Mid Bank and Trust at 217-877-3344 or by email at kbetzer@jlhubbard.com or karinbetzer@hotmail.com

  • To find out how to Volunteer, call Debbie Bogle at 422-8537 OR you can sign up using the online portal:

    registertovolunteer

    Every year the food drive has hundreds of great volunteers but one volunteer is recognized as being outstanding.   The Geoffrey Neuhoff Spirit Award is given to honor and recognize someone that shows exemplary service to the WSOY Community Food Drive.  

  • For overall questions and media inquires, please contact Lindsay Romano at 217-423-9744 or email Lindsayromano@neuhoffmedia.com.

  • Thank you for your interest in The WSOY Community Food Drive!  We would like to learn more about your organization and how we may be able to work together to fight hunger. All applicants must currently be providing food assistance. 

    The application for funds from the 2019 WSOY Community Food Drive can be downloaded HERE

    The application process is outlined below.

    • Application is reviewed and assessed by The WSOY Food Drive Committee (herein known as Committee) based on information provided.
    • Fund availability from the 2019 WSOY Community Food Drive is not guaranteed.
    • Fund availability is also determined by donations received during the 2019 WSOY Community Food Drive. (Currently scheduled for October 4th. Subject to change) Funds must first be fully processed before distribution can begin.
    • Should a WSOY Community Food Drive grant be awarded, the funds must solely be used for the purchase of food. Funds CAN NOT be used for administrative costs, transportation, delivery, food storage or processing or other programs/services offered by your agency.
    • Should a WSOY Community Food Drive grant be awarded, The WSOY Community Food Drive reserves the right to deposit funds into an account for your use only at the Central Illinois Food Bank in lieu of funds directly to your organization. This will not be negotiable.
    • Prior to grant approval, the Committee may require a scheduled visit to your organization. The site visit is to confirm the program information you’ve provided and to review compliance of the requirements of the WSOY Community Food Drive grant.
    • Fund recipients agree to sign agreement of WSOY Community Food Drive requirements that all funds be used for the purchase of food.

    Please complete the following application in full.  Applications can be emailed to lindsayromano@neuhoffmedia.com or mailed to:

    WSOY Community Food Drive

    250 N. Water St., Suite 100

    Decatur IL, 62523.

Thank you to our community partners!

Decatur Back and Neck Center     First Mid Bank and Trust               

Skeff Distributing                            ADM                                            

Jones and Thomas/ JTNet             JL Hubbard Insurance and Bonds      

First Christian Church                    Dales Southlake Pharmacy

WAND-TV                                      Colee’s Corner Drugs

Herald and Review                        Dynagraphics/ Wood Printing

Tickets and Trips                          Kroger

Special Thanks to The United Way and The Community Foundation                                                                       

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18th Annual WSOY Food Drive Announced

September 5, 2019– The 18th Annual WSOY Community Food Drive to help stock local food pantries will be held on Friday, October 4th at the Airport Plaza Kroger grocery store in Decatur (more details). Details of the event were announced Thursday morning during a news conference at St Pats School. Last year, the drive collected…Continue Reading

Kindseth Named Deputy City Manager

Kindseth Named Deputy City Manager

August 30th, 2019 – Jon Kindseth has been hired as the Deputy City Manager, announced by City Manager Scot Wrighton. “Mr. Kindseth has worked in Illinois local government management for more than a decade, and has a master’s degree in urban public administration from Northern Illinois University.” said Wrighton. “his talents and skill sets will compliment those of our current Decatur department heads, and I am confident he will make a great contribution to the future of the city.”

Kindseth will begin his new duties on Monday, September 30th, 2019, and will be relocating to the Decatur with his family in the coming months.

U.S. Ag Secretary Works To Allay Farmer Fears at FPS

U.S. Ag Secretary Works To Allay Farmer Fears at FPS

August 28, 2019 –U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says President Donald Trump will take action to soften the effects of oil refinery exceptions for blending corn-based ethanol in motor fuel.  Farmers are angry that the Republican administration ordered increased blending of corn-based ethanol in fuel but then exempted small oil refineries from complying. Perdue spoke to farmers and agribusiness leaders yesterday at the Farm Progress Show. He says it was “disappointing” that Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency granted the waiversPerdue would not say what action President Trump will take but that Trump believes the EPA waivers were “way overdone.” Perdue also sought to ease farmers’ fears of financial problems after China halted purchases of U.S. farm products in an escalating trade war.  

WATCH: Bayer Commits 6 Million to FFA and 4H

WATCH: Bayer Commits 6 Million to FFA and 4H

August 28, 2019 – The CEO of the National FFA Organization was on hand at the Farm Progress Show as Bayer Crop Science announced a continued long term financial commitment to the FFA. In an new video, Mark Poeschl was interviewed by Andreas Ag Academy member Nakaya Smith about Bayer’s 6 Million dollar commitment, which Poeschl says integral to help FFA to thrive. The funds from Bayer will also be distributed to the National 4H Foundation as part of a 5 year commitment.  

Volunteers Needed for DPS at FPS

Volunteers Needed for DPS at FPS

August 27, 2019 – DPS 61 is looking for some extra volunteers as they plan to bring over 600 students to experience this year’s Farm Progress ShowVolunteers will receive free parking, a volunteer t-shirt, free admission, lunch, and the satisfaction of participating in this meaningful and critical activity that sets the groundwork for future opportunities for DPS students. Volunteers will need to go through a Traininclass that will take place Thursday morning at 9am as they will be assisting in giving tours, however no agricultural background is need for the job.  Tours will run from 10-1 on Thursday. 

To Sign up, contact:

Zach Shields 

Executive Director 

Decatur Public Schools Foundation 

217/362-3042 (office) 

Boys & Girls Club of Decatur Implement New Changes

Boys & Girls Club of Decatur Implement New Changes

August 23rd, 2019- The Boys and Girls Club of Decatur Inc. will be making some new changes to their hours of operations and membership fees this Fall. Due to low attendance rates, the club will be discontinuing Saturday hours of operation in exchange for new operating hours on Mondays. In addition, membership dues will increase to $1 a week from the traditional $1 a year.  Director of Development Resources Shamika Bond says the changes will help the program maintain free services such as free tutoring and field trips for members. Bond stated, “It is with our members best interest that these changes are being made. We want to ensure that no child is left behind, and if anyone is struggling with the additional chargespayment plans are always an option. We are more than willing to help our members make it work.” The Boys and Girls Club will also be holding a Q&A night September 6th at 5:00pm to answer any of the community’s questions or concerns about the new changes.  

NowDecatur Announces 2019 Football Broadcast Schedule; Return of Earthmover Game of Week

NowDecatur Announces 2019 Football Broadcast Schedule; Return of Earthmover Game of Week

August 13  –  The NowDecatur.com sports coverage team has announced a couple changes along with their 2019 High School & Millikin Football Broadcast Schedule.

Earthmover Credit Union returns as the presenting sponsor for the 7th straight season of High School Football on ESPNDecatur 1050 AM (WDZ). Returning to the broadcast booth for his 14th season of play-by-play, is the 2018 Illinois Broadcasters Association ‘Sportscaster of the Year’, Aric Lee. Lee will be joined for the sixth-straight season by 2018 Millikin Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, ‘T-Mac’ Tony McClain (Football & Baseball).

The Earthmover Credit Union Game of the Week Schedule with Lee & McClain, has announced 7 weeks of High School coverage, with Weeks 8 & 9 announced later in the season. Schedule listed below.

Lee & McClain will also return to the collegiate broadcast booth for their fourth season on the call of coach Dan Gritti’s Millikin Big Blue. The duo will broadcast the opening 7 weeks on ESPNDecatur 1050 AM, including the 6 p.m. season opener on Friday, September 6th against Hope College, also simulcast on WSOY 1340 AM/103.3 FM. The remaining 3 weeks of the Big Blue are to be determined around the High School Playoffs.

Furthermore, WSOY 1340 AM/103.3 FM will continue to be the home of St. Teresa Bulldogs Football. On the Friday nights the Bulldogs are not playing under the Earthmover Credit Union Game of the Week schedule, Neuhoff Media welcomes a new broadcast team to the airwaves.

Latham’s Scott Harrelson will anchor the St. Teresa team, calling play-by-play. Harrelson is a Warrensburg-Latham, Lincoln College, & Southern Illinois at Carbondale graduate, who has broadcasted a variety of sports, in a variety of places, off-and-on since 1981.

Joining Harrelson in the booth, debuting the opening week of the season when the Bulldogs travel to Downs Tri-Valley, is 2012 St. Teresa graduate, Blake Allison. Allison assembled a tremendous soccer career at St. Teresa, before joining the football team to handle the kicking and punting duties his senior season. He scratched the football itch for four more years, at Quincy University, earning the starting job his sophomore season, graduating in 2016.

All High School and Millikin Broadcasts are also available live on NowDecatur.com, and the free NowDecatur app. In addition, all games will be podcasted and posted to their own sections of NowDecatur.com.

 

The Earthmover Credit Union Game of the Week

(All games at 7 p.m., unless noted)

August 30th … Arcola @ Argenta-Oreana (WDZ)

September 6th … Hope College @ Millikin, 6 p.m. (WDZ & WSOY)

September 13th … Normal U-High @ MacArthur (WDZ)

September 20th … Tuscola @ St. Teresa (WDZ & WSOY)

September 27th … Central A&M @ St. Teresa (WDZ & WSOY)

October 4th … Taylorville @ Mt. Zion (WDZ)

October 11th … Athens @ Maroa-Forsyth (WDZ)

October 18th & 25th … TBD

 

 

Remaining St. Teresa Broadcasts on WSOY

August 30th … Bulldogs @ Downs Tri-Valley

September 13th … Bulldogs @ Meridian

October 4th … Bulldogs @ Clinton

October 11th … Sullivan-Okaw Valley @ Bulldogs

October 18th … Warrensburg-Latham @ Bulldogs

October 25th … Bulldogs @ Shelbyville

 

 

Millikin Big Blue Schedule on ESPNDecatur 1050 AM (WDZ)

September 6th … Hope @ Millikin, 6 p.m. (WDZ & WSOY)

September 21st … Millikin @ North Park, 2 p.m.

September 28th … Wheaton @ Millikin, 6 p.m.

October 5th … Millikin @ Augustana, 1 p.m.

October 12th … Millikin @ Carroll, 2 p.m.

October 19th … Carthage @ Millikin, 2 p.m.

October 26th … Elmhurst @ Millikin, 1 p.m.

*November 2nd … Millikin @ Illinois Wesleyan, 1 p.m.

*November 9th … Millikin @ Washington, 1 p.m.

*November 16th … North Central @ Millikin, 1 p.m.

(*Broadcast/Station of final three games is TBD around High School Postseason)