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Tracking the Trophies

Updated 2/17/14

Boys Basketball

Girls Basketball
El Paso-Gridley

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Baseball and Softball Standings and Results Available PDF Print E-mail

HOIC conference standings and game results for Baseball and Softball are now available.  Click on Sports, choose the sport, and click on Standings to view them.  Standings and results will be updated throughout the season.

Heyworth Boys Basketball Finishes as 1A State Runner-Up PDF Print E-mail

Heyworth's boys basketball team had a great run to the Class 1A state championship game before falling to Mooseheart.  Congratulations to the Hornets for their great season and for representing the HOIC in the post-season.  HOIC schools have now won 32 IHSA state trophies (1st -- 4th place) since the conference began play in 2006-2007.

Heyworth, Tremont Share HOIC Boys Basketball Title PDF Print E-mail

Heyworth and Tremont both finished with 11-1 records to share the HOIC Boys Basketball regular season title.  It's the first HOIC title for Heyworth in Boys Basketball.  It is Tremont's 3rd title (all shared) and first since the 2007-2008 season.  Congratulations to both teams and best of luck to all HOIC teams in the postseason.

Tremont Girls Basketball Wins Regular Season Title With 12-0 Record PDF Print E-mail

The Tremont girls basketball team won four games over three days to cap off an undefeated 12-0 conference season and win the 2013-14 regular season title.  Tremont dethroned El Paso-Gridley, who had won the last three regular season crowns and the last four conference tournaments.

EPG Girls Win 4th Straight Tourney Title, Blue Ridge Boys Take Boys Title in OT PDF Print E-mail

The top-seeded El Paso-Gridley girls basketball team won its fourth consecutive McLean County Tournament championship 60-48 over #2 Tremont on Saturday January 25th at IWU's Shirk Center.  In other girls games on the final day, #4 Tri-Valley defeated #3 Fieldcrest 54-51 in overtime to take third place while #7 Fisher downed #9 FCW 47-35 in the 5th place game.  #8 Lexington handled #11 Heyworth 53-36 in the consolation championship.

On the boys side, #7 Blue Ridge overcame a furious fourth-quarter rally by top-seeded Ridgeview to win its first title since 1988 with a late three-point basket in overtime, 57-56.  #3 Tremont downed #4 EPG 55-51 in the third place game, #9 Fieldcrest won the 5th place game 59-45 over #2 Heyworth, and #10 Flanagan-Cornell defeated #8 GCMS 66-57 to win the consolation championship in the battle of the Falcons.

Congratulations to all the winners and thanks to all of those who helped put on an exciting tournament.

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