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Softball: Roush, Dueringer share brief reunion at Kishwaukee College

While their reunion with the Kishwaukee College softball program has been brief, former Rochelle Township High School players Emilee Dueringer and Faith Roush are looking ahead and preparing for what lies next in their respective academics and athletics.

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Baseball: Johnson recovering well from Tommy John surgery

It was like any other Summer League baseball game for Rochelle Township High School graduate Cody Johnson. But suddenly, everything changed with one pitch.

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Softball: Meyers wraps up JUCO career at Bryant & Stratton College

Former Rochelle Township High School softball player Jessie Meyers transferred from Kishwaukee College this past year to further her academics and her athletics. Meyers found her new home at Bryant & Stratton College in Wisconsin, and although her second NJCAA season was stopped short due to the coronavirus, Meyers has continued progressing with her academics, and she’s ready to begin her nursing clinicals next term.

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Baseball: Jones motivated to continue on after TCS Academy stint

Former Rochelle Township High School student-athlete Hayden Jones is more motivated than ever to continue his baseball career at the collegiate level. After signing and spending one season with the TCS Post-Grad Academy in McKinney, Texas, Jones will actively be seeking opportunities to take the next step in his academic and his athletic career.

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Baseball: Seebach, Johnson reunite at Northern Illinois University

Brandon Johnson’s freshman baseball season at Northern Illinois University was shut down before it really had a chance to take off.

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Boys Track: DeLille overcoming early challenges at Carthage College

Former Rochelle Township High School student-athlete Mason DeLille has faced some early challenges in his collegiate soccer and track careers at Carthage College. But DeLille said he’s optimistic for the future, and he plans to remain active with both programs.

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Girls Track: Bakken finishes freshman season strong at St. Francis University

Katherine Bakken’s freshman track and field season with St. Francis University may have stopped short, but the former Rochelle Township High School distance standout has quickly become one of the program’s strongest long-distance event runners.

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Baseball: Beck taking new approach at Western Illinois University

Johnny Beck and his Western Illinois University teammates were on their way to a road game against Austin Peay State when they started hearing about collegiate athletics getting canceled to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Two days later, their 2020 season was over.

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Boys Tennis: Match-winner highlights Griffith's sophomore season with OUAZ

While his sophomore season may have been cut short, former Rochelle Township High School standout Noah Griffith was able to crack the starting lineup and earn his first real taste of collegiate tennis with the Ottawa University Arizona men’s program this year.

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Football: Harvey becoming defensive anchor at WashU-St. Louis

From earning the Dean’s Award as the Most Valuable Freshman to becoming a starting linebacker his sophomore season, former Rochelle Township High School standout Alex Harvey is becoming an anchor on defense for the WashU-St. Louis football program.

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Girls Basketball: Vardman sets new steals record at Kishwaukee College

When Cesca Vardman moves on from Kishwaukee College to pursue her doctorate in psychiatry from Northern Illinois University, she’ll be leaving the women’s basketball program as the school’s all-time record holder in career steals.

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Girls Basketball: Baker ready for next step after Kishwaukee College

Morgan Baker made a decision to take her basketball career to another level two years ago, when the former Rochelle Township High School student-athlete signed to play for Kishwaukee College.

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Wrestling: Villalobos embracing two-sport grind at North Central College

After backing up one of the best wrestlers in the nation at his weight class, former Rochelle Township High School standout Eddie Villalobos is ready to prove himself when the enters the mat for the North Central College Cardinals next season.

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Football: Albers aiming for starting role with Augustana College

For Rochelle Township High School graduate and former All-Conference player Matt Albers, the football experience at Augustana College continues to get better and better.

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Girls Soccer: Piloni holding down the midfield at UW-Stevens Point

When former Rochelle soccer standout Olivia Piloni took the field as a first-year starter for the Wisconsin-Stevens Point women’s team in the WIAC Championship tournament this season, the Lady Hub graduate knew she belonged at the collegiate level.

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UPDATE: RTHS athletics on hold amid coronavirus concerns

As health organizations locally and around the country continue implementing guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, student-athletes and coaches in the Hub City are waiting to see what comes next.

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Football: Ricketts reflects on chaotic, exciting season with Central College

Former Rochelle football player and All-Conference honoree Greg Ricketts described his first season with the Central College program as chaotic, but in a very good way.

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Football: Knight balancing sports, military training at Norwich University

Balancing football and military obligations was initially challenging for Rochelle Township High School graduate and former All-Conference honoree Noah Knight. Since beginning his freshman year, however, Knight has formed a second family with his Norwich University teammates, and he’ll be seeking to play a larger role on the football team next season.

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