Illinois is the only midwest state that is not playing football. Michigan and Minnesota recently overturned their original decisions to not play football in the fall. Indiana and Iowa have been playing football without any change of schedule since their summer contact days. “Let us play” protests were scheduled for Saturday prior to the governor’s announcement.
The first ever virtual NFL draft is now over. 255 young men had their dreams realized last weekend as they were drafted into the NFL. The draft was split into three days as round one took place on April 23, rounds two and three on April 24, and rounds four through seven on April 25. Before the draft, the NFL had a test run and many problems arose, but the real draft went on without any hiccups. Fans did get to see some things we would have never seen before, like Patriots head coach Bill Belichick’s dog making a few picks for New England. Goofs and gaffs aside, it is time to break down what teams improved the most and what teams did not.
As 42Fifty writers, we decided to take the time to conduct another mock, to display the most logical destinations for these college prospects after the many acquisitions over the last two months.
This year's free agency has been nothing but exciting. There have been trades and big signings, and I am here to break down the major deals that have gone down.
During regionals, the team made a valiant effort to score an IHSA Regional high 139.8 points. OHS placed significantly well on vault, bars, beam, and on the floor. For vault, junior Emily Sargeant placed fifth, freshman Kylie Phillip placed fourth, senior Ellina Butolph placed third, and freshman Olivia Valenti placed in second. On bars, Sargaent placed fourth, Valenti second, and Emily Thomas first.