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WHO HAS THE
TRAVELING TROPHY???


Tracking the Traveling Trophies

Updated 1/21/17


Boys Basketball
Ridgeview
(since 1/21/17)

Girls Basketball
Eureka
(since 12/5/16)

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Congratulations

Dee-Mack Chiefs

2016 Class 2A Football

STATE CHAMPIONS


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Congratulations

Eureka Hornets

2016 Class 2A Volleyball

STATE CHAMPIONS


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Congratulations

LeRoy Panthers

2016 Class 1A Boys Basketball

STATE CHAMPIONS


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Congratulations

Tri-Valley Vikings

2015 Class 2A Football

STATE CHAMPIONS


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Eureka High School

Newest Member School

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Heart of Illinois Conference
Fall Champions -- Dee-Mack in VB, Fieldcrest in FB PDF Print E-mail

Congratulations to Dee-Mack for completing an undefeated conference season and winning the 2014 HOIC Volleyball regular season title.  The Chiefs edged out second place Tri-Valley (11-1) to win the championship.  Dee-Mack has won at least a share of the conference title in HOIC volleyball eight times in the nine-year history of the conference.  Final regular season standings can be accessed by clicking here.

Fieldcrest took the football title with an unblemished 8-0 conference record, edging out EPG (7-1).  This is the Knights' first outright conference title in football after sharing last year's championship with Tri-Valley.  Final regular season football standings can be accessed by clicking here.

 
Sportsmanship Video PDF Print E-mail

 
Heart of Illinois Conference Code of Conduct PDF Print E-mail

The Heart of Illinois Conference Code of Conduct was created by student-athletes from HOIC schools and is designed to inform coaches, participating players, spectators, and others about the expectations and standards regarding sportsmanship at athletic events.  Sportsmanship is a point of emphasis for HOIC schools and those involved in sporting events in any capacity should be aware of these expectations.  The code is as follows:

-- Respect our game, yourself, and others
-- Respect our officials at all times
-- Show sportsmanship in victory or defeat
-- Be positive in your actions and comments
-- Never single out an athlete with criticism
-- Set a good example for us and those around you
-- Cheer for good play
-- Practice self-control
-- Remember: This is a game.  We are here to have fun.

 
EPG Boys, LeRoy Girls Win HOIC Golf Titles PDF Print E-mail

El Paso-Gridley's boys golf team scored a 59-shot victory over 2nd place GCMS in the 2014 HOIC Golf Tournament.  LeRoy finished 3rd.  It is the fifth consecutive conference title for EPG's boys golf team.  All six of the EPG golfers scored in the top 10 for the tournament.  EPG's Michael Mounce (70) edged teammate Branden Mounce (71) to claim the top score.

On the girls side, LeRoy won its second straight title with a 37-stroke victory over 2nd place Blue Ridge with Fieldcrest finishing third.  LeRoy placed four of its golfers in the tournament's top 10.  Courtney Monier shot 87 to head the leaderboard.

Complete scores and standings can be found on the boys and girls golf pages on this website.  Click on "Sports" above to access those pages.

 
Tremont wins Baseball and Softball Regular Season Titles PDF Print E-mail

The Tremont Turks won both the baseball and softball HOIC regular season championships with a combined record of 21-1.  The baseball team finished the conference season 10-1 to win its first HOIC title since 2008 while the softball team won its second consecutive HOIC title by going undefeated (12-0).  Congratulations to both teams and good luck to all HOIC teams in the postseason.

 
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