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Men’s soccer waits for pandemic to subside

Pumi Maphumulo, IV Leader Staff

October 8, 2020

IV men’s soccer team coach Tim Cottingham was interviewed on how he believed the team would bounce back from the struggles the world has faced due to corona and how he feels they will progress in the near future.  How will th...

The Importance of Sports in America

Ben Donner, IV Leader Staff

September 17, 2020

Sports can be a big influence on this country by simply being something society can all come together to watch or play. Baseball is called “America’s pastime” for a reason. It is not to me personally, yet it still brings...

Local Extreme Sports Taking Precautions

Kyle Russell, Senior Photographer

May 14, 2020

With the spread of Covid-19 some local sports have already canceled or delayed their seasons. IHSA had canceled spring sports such as track and baseball, but what about local extreme sports? While some venues have slowly started...

COVID-19’s Effect on Sport Recruiting and Signing

Lillian Moskalewicz, IV Leader Staff

April 28, 2020

While spring athletic contests have been canceled across the country, IVCC coaches are continuing to recruit to fill rosters. According to Cory Tomasson, Athletic Director and women's softball coach at IVCC, the NJCAA did ...

COVID-19 Cancels All Sports

Spencer Marquez, IV Leader Staff

April 10, 2020

The NCAA canceled the remaining games of the winter sports season March 12, leading to the National Junior College Athletic Association taking the same precautions. IVCC athletes and teams have had their seasons canceled due to...

10 Ways to Stay Healthy in Quarantine

Sam Obermiller, IV Leader Staff

April 3, 2020

   Being required to stay indoors for the next two weeks is likely going to interfere with a lot of daily functions that students are used to, one being staying in shape. It was easy to go to the gym for an hour or so...

Batter Up!

March 5, 2020

Basketball Players Recognized

March 5, 2020

IVCC freshman Tyler Rodgers was named to the All Region Team for District 3, Division 2. Rodgers, who is from New Mexico, averaged over 14 points per game for the Eagles this season. He also tallied more than six rebounds...

Running With A Reason

Chloe Garkey, IV Leader Staff

November 20, 2019

On Oct. 13, roughly 45,000 runners took on the daunting challenge of running 26.2 miles. This year marked the 42nd Annual Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Two of those 45,000 runners were our very own IVCC Eagles, Liza Buhr and Jael...

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