Here are my top five must-see games.
The Le-Win Panthers won a State Championship in 2013. So what are they going to do now?
Rochelle could be a better fit in the western half of the NIB 12.
James Robinson isn't the only weapon that the Crusaders will put on the field this season.
North Boone will spread out defenses once again this season.
The Eagles are expecting big things this season from their six returning starters on offense and eight returning starters on defense.
The Tigers are determined to make a big comeback this season with a big offensive line.
The Stateline's most extensive high school football show returns Saturday with our NIC-10 preview.
The Hawks are aiming for another playoff season.
Janesville Craig defeated Beloit Memorial 58-12 Friday night.
Boylan might have the talent to extend it's string of conference championships.
Hononegah is up for the challenge of replacing perhaps the most talented class of players in the Stateline.
No one is predicting another State Championship, but the Cardinals appear to be headed for another great season.
The Pretzels can't see a repeat of last year's 1-8 season.
Gary Griffin's passion for football could rub off on the E-Rabs.
The Stockton Blackhawks have run the table the last two regular seasons. Can they do it again?
This could be the year that the Blue Thunder challenge for the top of the NIC-10.
The Indians hope to extend their string of playoff seasons.
The Vikings are expecting big things this year with a big offensive line paving the way.
The Bulldogs should have one of the most prolific offenses in the state again this season.
Harlem has a fabulous new field turf playing surface. So what sort of team will be playing on it?
The Belvidere Bucs are filling their gaps and hoping to make a playoff run this season.
Rick Schmitz will run things much like Jerry Lano did with the Indians.
The Cardinals have all the ingredients for another winning season.
Auburn hopes to make another big jump this year in football.
No team is more desperate for a fresh start than Jefferson.
Scott Leber lists his top contenders in NIC-10 football this season.
Look for some changes in high school football in the Stateline this year.
The NCAA has granted former Hononegah basketball standout David Brown another year of eligibility.
A 1993 graduate of Jefferson High School thinks it's time Jefferson had it's own football stadium.
Big Ten bound Demry Croft and Dre Brown showed their skills Tuesday in seven-on-seven summer football at DeKalb.
Dirk Campbell is the new athletic director at Rockford Lutheran High School.
Workers have begun the job of building an athletic field house at East High School.
Boylan quarterback Demry Croft is impressed with Minnesota and Minnesota is impressed with him.
Scott Leber talks with Boylan's Demry Croft about his decision to play football at the University of Minnesota.
Boylan quarterback Demry Croft says he'll sign with Minnesota.
Pecatonica will field a varsity football team in 2014.
Lee Marks retired after forty-seven years of coaching and he was celebrated Sunday afternoon.
NIC-10 athletes were given awards Wednesday evening at the 43rd Annual All-Sports Banquet.
The Auburn Knights girls' basketball team is working especially hard in the off season.
Danny Jones was the leading scorer at the University of Wisconsin and stopped by the 34th Annual Fightin' Titan Boys Basketball Camp Friday.
Seven-On-Seven is the game of choice during the summer months for local high school football teams.
The IHSA is encouraging cities around Illinois to make a pitch to host the Boys State Basketball Tournament.
Workers are transforming Harlem's football field from grass to turf.
New East coach Gary Griffin will try to change the fortunes of the E-Rabs.
Lee Marks won't get a shot at a 48th year coaching boys track & field at Guilford.
New teams and new coaches give Harlem's basketball summer league a fresh look.
Sycamore lost to Metamora Monday.
The Byron Tigers played six innings against Pleasant Plains in the 2A State Championship Saturday. The game was called for rain and the Tigers lost 7-1.
Sycamore Spartans vs. Boylan Titans in 2A Sectional Championship Saturday