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ROCKFORD — Rockford Christian Schools is celebrating after students earned perfect ACT scores in back-to-back years. Junior James Bradley scored a perfect 36 this year, something just 0.3% of ...

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That set a school record for Chapman ... Dixon (8-0) leads the conference and Rockford Christian (7-1) is second. Byron hosts Rockford Christian on Thursday.

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“We all go to high school ... Mendota. ROCKFORD CHRISTIAN (0-24, 0-18) has only two seniors, with Emily Lask and Zoe Beard playing softball after helping lead Lutheran to the BNC volleyball ...

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1 month ago

(WIFR) - Six weeks of high school football in Illinois flew by. However, there were many memorable moments from this spring. Harlem won its first conference championship since 1997, defeating East ...

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Pictured Athletes: D' Artagnon Beaver, Tyler Nalley, and Eil Dale Aurora, IL -- The Rockford Christian (enrollment 378)   boys track and field team returned to competition for the first time after 400 days due to Covid-19 pandemic restrictions. The masked Royal Lions took to the track against Aurora Central Catholic  (enrollment 537) on April 24 in a non-scoring triangular including Westmont (enrollment 442). The blue and gold checkerboard squad of 27 athletes set 38 personal records, won 11 events, set 7 program top ten performances, and produced 8 IHSA 2A top ten rankings. It was one of the best season openers in program history.   Three Royal Lions captured double event victories: co-captain Collin Hook (Sr.), co-captain Davis Hood (Sr.), and Adam Santana (Jr.). Collectively the squad won every individual running event from the 100m to the 3200m distances.   In the 110m and 300m hurdles it was Hook who hurried across the finish first in both heats. He produced what looked like an effortless personal best of 15.74 (converted from MT to FAT) in the highs; later Hook rattled off a gritty 41.94 performance in the intermediate hurdles -- the fastest any RCSTF athlete has opened the outdoor season. Hood, likewise, dominated the short sprints claiming the 100m and 200m events easily. His manual time of 10.96 converts to 11.24, a personal best and the second fasted time in program history. He cruised to 24.04 in the 200m which is also an open time best.  Santana launched himself to victory in both vertical jumps. The competition denotes the first ever recording of Rockford Christian field athlete’s performance using the metric system. Which was weird and caused some delay in understanding just how good Santana's efforts actually were. His leaps of 5.82m and 11.84m took a little while to translate using a smartphone app, but convert to a more relatable 19’ 1” and 38’ 10” measurements – both just off Santana’s lifetime bests.   The remaining individual event victors were as follows: D’Artagnon Beaver (Sr.), 10:01.44 in the 3200m; co-captain Stephen Thomas (Sr.) 4:39.64 in the 1600m; Adison Elliott (Jr), 2:15.44 in the 800m; and Jonathan Thomas (Jr.), 53.74 in the 400m. The quartet of Hook, Santana, Thomas and Thomas capped the meet for the Royal Lions with one final victory running 3:37.44 in the 4x400m relay.   Special recognition was given by RCSTF captains to Beaver for his impressive 12 second personal best in the 3200m. Tyler Nalley ( So.) was also singled out for distinction for huge personal gains made in his 800m and 400m relay splits. Likewise, Eli Dale’s (So.) vault of 8’ 6” in his first ever competition caught the eye of team leaders as worthy of golden adornment. Complete meet results can be viewed at https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/427458/results ...

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Without a conference to play in, Rockford Christian ... School Association decided in February that the season could take place. When Ashton-Franklin Center dropped down to eight-man football ...

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And still Guilford had a chance to win on the game’s final drive Friday night, but Freeport’s defense stopped Guilford’s two-minute drive for a 16-12 NIC-10 football victory. “We got a ...

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2 months ago

It’s just nice to be out here playing football, hitting people again.” Rockford Christian jumps right in where AFC left off, joining one of the top small school conferences in the state.

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Rockford Christian volunteered to leave the Big Northern for football when the conference dropped to 11 teams. Then it lost its spot in the NAC when all but two other NAC teams either dropped ...

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ROCKFORD — After Camron Blank’s freshman year at Cathedral Baptist, a small private school on 35th Street that competed in the Illinois Association of Christian Schools, she talked with her ...

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