A second Sweet 16
Kent Williams is no stranger to the Sweet 16.
The Mt. Vernon grad and Rams career leader in points led Southern Illinois to the final 16 of the NCAA Tournament as a player. Now he's back as an assistant coach at Tennessee.
Woodlawn upends Mt. Vernon
Woodlawn's softball team piled up the runs against the Lady Rams on Monday.
Woodlawn seized an early lead and won 12-2 in five innings in the Mt. Vernon Invitational. DuQuoin beat Waltonville/Sesser-Valier 14-0 in the other matchup.
Webber takes second in baseball tourney
Webber's baseball team finished second after a 5-3 loss to Edwards County in the championship of its Spring Kick-Off Tourney on Saturday evening.
Lady Rams blanked in opener
The Lady Rams soccer team lost 1-0 to Massac County on Thursday night.
Rams rock Pinckneyville
Tyler Morgan pounded the plate with strikes in the Rams 8-3 win against Pinckneyville on Wednesday.
South 7 recognizes trio of Rams
The South Seven released its All-Conference Teams for boys basketball on Wednesday.
Mt. Vernon's Braden Fitzjerrells was named to the first team. Seniors Jake Pike and Shakari Hawkins were recognized as honorable mention.
Rams fall to Salem
The host Wildcats rallied past Mt. Vernon's baseball team 6-4 Tuesday.
Mt. Vernon led throughout their opening game of the season, but Salem scored four times in the final three innings to beat the Rams.
Webber opens with win
Logan Ganieany shook off a slow start on the mound, and Webber cruised to a 13-3 win against Odin on Monday night.
Knox ready for first season
The Rams tennis team opens the season a little later than the rest of the spring sports teams.
Girls soccer team opens at home
The Lady Rams soccer team will be built around a younger core of players this season.
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