Iesa Wrestling Regional Assignments Clip

Feeney, 56, is a native of Granite City and graduated from Granite City South in 1978. He was a part-time writer for the old Granite City Journal from 1979-84 before attending Eastern Illinois University in Charleston,
from which he earned his BA in journalism in 1988. He has worked for newspapers in Sikeston, Mo., Rocky Mount, N.C., Seneca, S.C. and in Charleston-Mattoon. He also worked for the old St. Clair County Suburban
Journals.

His biggest accomplishments include gaining an exclusive interview with Michael Jordan when he was playing minor-league baseball and for an interview with Charles Duke, who walked on the moon as part of the Apollo 16 crew in 1972.

He is single and currently resides Collinsville with his twin brother Colin. He is an avid fan of the three St. Louis sports teams (Cardinals, Blues, STLFC); Missouri, Illinois and Eastern Illinois in college sports; the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League; the Geelong Cats and Carlton Blues of the Australian Football League (Australian Rules football); the South Sydney Rabbitohs of the National Rugby League in Australia; and the US Men's and Women's national soccer teams.

In his spare time, he volunteers for St. Louis community radio station KDHX-FM and is an active member of the Ethical Society of St. Louis. He also is a fan of classic movies (three of his all-time favorite films are early MGM silent films) and of the television quiz show Jeopardy! and has auditioned twice for the show; he describes himself as a "future Jeopardy! champion."

  • Tigers open new girls soccer season with high expectations

  • Stevens leads way as Tigers open season to 5-0 win over Lancers

  • Alton's Cassius Havis sets goals high for upcoming track and field season

  • Meet the Tigers scrimmage gets EHS baseball season under way

  • Tigers, Redbirds turn in top performances in Edwardsville Indoor Invitational

  • Edwardsville tennis boys enter season with high expectations

  • Wearing green means tons to Birds' Bailey: He reflects on time with basketball program

  • Hasquin named new Granite City football coach

  • Tiger girls basketballers given warm welcome-home reception

  • Legacy of Tiger senior class to EHS girls program assured

  • Tigers finish fourth in Class 4A state tournament

  • Edwardsville senior trio will relish memories made over the years

  • Tigers meet Maine West in third-place game

  • Tigers fall to Lombard Montini in Class 4A state semifinal

  • Edwardsville falls to Lombard Montini, will play for third against Des Plaines Maine West

  • Tiger seniors heading back to state tournament

  • Marinko's 31, Strohmeier's 10 prove decisive in Edwardsville win

  • Edwardsville faces Montini in IHSA Class 4A semifinal rematch

  • Edwardsville's Stobie signs soccer letter with Lindenwood-Belleville

  • Marinko's 31 helps Tigers hold off Panthers 50-47

  • Marinko scores 31 points, leads Edwardsville past O'Fallon 50-47 in regional

  • Tigers' Hayward, Pranger talk about recent clutch win

  • Clancy leads area swimmers with ninth-place finish at IHSA state

  • Part of mission accomplished: Edwardsville girls advance to state with win over Mother McAuley

  • STATE BOUND: Edwardsville's girls trounce Mother McAuley 59-43 to win super-sectional

  • Undefeated Tigers go up against Mighty Macs in IWU Super-Sectional

  • Southwestern never quits in 45-37 loss to Trenton-Wesclin

  • LeVasseur's hard work in pool pays off with state apperance in 100 backstroke

  • Tigers dodge would-be Rock Island dagger, advance to Super-Sectional 48-44 in overtime

  • SUPER-SECTIONAL BOUND: Edwardsville survives battle with Rock Island 48-44 in OT

  • Four score in double figures as Tigers clobber O'Fallon 67-42

  • Tigers defeat Chatham Glenwood 51-40, move to Centennial Sectional final

  • Edwardsville's girls move to sectional finals with 51-40 win over Chatham-Glenwood

  • Tigers break through, win sectional swim meet, Alton, Edwardsville send swimmers to state

  • Edwardsville's Rachel Pranger is a key for team as post-season progresses

  • STATE CHAMP: Tigers' Surtin captures wrestling title; Edwardsville's Odom, Shells' Maguire both finish third

  • Edwardsville captures IHSA swim sectional with 206 points

  • Tigers claim regional championship win in 41-40 thriller over Belleville East

  • Tigers' Surtin reaches 113 state wrestling championship bout

  • Regional champs: Tigers stay unbeaten by a point

  • State wrestling tournament gets under way in Champaign

  • CM's Tyus optimistic about future of Eagle girls basketball program

  • Strohmeier in right place in Tigers' last-second win over Kahoks

  • Fast start by Flyers hands Eagles 42-36 regional final loss

  • Edwardsville soccer player Hoelting signs with Millikin University

  • Tigers shake off slow start, roll past Maroons 65-18 in 4A East regional semi

  • Late Strohmeier score gives Tigers 48-46 win over Kahoks

  • Edwardsville Mid-States Hockey Association team is eliminated from playoffs

  • Redbirds' Wilson heading to state Class 3A wrestling tournament

  • Tigers' Surtin, Odom win sectional crowns, look forward to state tourney

  • Tigers advance three, Redbirds one to state Class 3A wrestling tournament

  • Alton girls place 11th in sectional bowling field, Jones, Sahuri lead way for individual qualifiers

  • Explorers' Fischer key reason why MCHS achieved regional title goal

  • Competition begins in IHSA Class 3A Alton wrestling Sectional

  • EHS boys swim team dominates Southern Illinois Championship Meet

  • Regional champs: Marquette Catholic girls capture big win over rival Southwestern 34-24

  • Edwardsville's Bowman signs letter with Illinois-Chicago women's soccer program

  • Explorers find way to hold off Bulldogs, move into own Class 2A regional final

  • Kahl steps up to give Eagles 3-2 push over Alton to force playoff game three

  • Three MVCHA first-round series come to end Monday; semifinals begin Thursday

  • Weekend roundup: Alton, Marquette Catholic post wins, Tigers drop first two hockey playoff games

  • Sahuri is state bound, Tigers regroup this season under coach Kimber Wilderman

  • Triad's Pisetta reflects on individual title at own IHSA regional tournament

  • Seniors Milliman, Henderson leaving their marks on Alton bowling program

  • Sahuri guides Tigers in bowling regional, Edwardsville narrowly misses qualifying for next step

  • Flyers defeat Tigers 47-36 at Lucco-Jackson Gym

  • A love of basketball: Tigers' Jaylen Townsend plays key role in success of team

  • Matheny delivers inspiring message at OSF Saint Anthony's fundraiser

  • Tigers' Verdun signs golf letter with Lewis and Clark

  • Reds score early and often in 16-4 MVCHA Class 2A All-Star win

  • Oilers' Harrop scores five goals in MVCHA Class 1A All-Star game

  • EAWR's Harrop has five-goal MVCHA Class 1A All-Star game

  • Weekend Sports Roundup: Highlights, photos from Lady Hawk Invite, plus wrestling summaries

  • MEL's Schwarz signs to play volleyball at Concordia Chicago

  • Shells' Bertoletti finishes 32nd in state bowling tournament

  • Gibbons has lone goal in Edwardsville's MSCHA regular-season finale

  • Boys Basketball Roundup: Granite City beats Alton 54-53, Marquette dominates Oilers, Piasa Birds win

  • Roxana's Bertoletti advances at state bowling tourney, while Alton ends outstanding season

  • Thursday Sports Roundup: Marquette falls in Lady Hawk Invite, CM girls win again, Quincy upends Routt

  • MSCHA Tigers conclude regular season with 6-1 loss to CBC

  • Eagles hold off Bulldogs 48-41, take control of MVC race

  • Edwardsville Futures alumns meet in Australian Open quarterfinals

  • Tigers overcome slow start to upend Lancers 61-35

  • Tigers' Schrieber signs letter with D-III St. Mary's of Minnesota

  • Wrestling Roundup: Alton tops Cahokia, Tigers champions of Hickman Tourney, Jersey, MELHS compete twice

  • Tigers' Townsend plays key role in Tiger win over St. Joe's

  • Sandgren shocks No. 5 Theim to advance to Australian Open quarters

  • Resilient Redbirds bounce back, down Columbia in overtime

  • STATE BOUND: Alton High's bowling team, Roxana's Bertoletti advance to Fairview Heights

  • Orphans defeat Tigers in Salem Invitational final, Strohmeier paces Edwardsville with 24 points

  • Sandgren advances to Aussie Open Round of 16

  • Marinko, Wilson push Tigers to sixth straight Salem Invitational final with 55-39 win

  • Tigers' LeVasseur enjoys being part of EHS swim program

  • Sports Roundup For Week: MELHS falls to Greenville, Marquette prevails, moves to title game

  • Redbirds drop 71-63 Chick-fil-A decision to Crusaders

  • Tigers get past St. Joseph's 51-43

  • Quierra Love leads Tigers past St. Joseph's 51-43 with game-high 17 points

  • Hot start sends Champaign Central past Alton in East tourney opener

  • Sports Roundup: Jersey faces tough teams in Mid Winter Classic, CM, Marquette win again

  • Tiger swimmers win inaugural Boys Swim for HOPE meet

  • Milliman leads Alton to regional bowling championship, Panthers, Shells also qualify for sectional

  • Redbirds' Wilson wins twice in triangular meet with Tigers, Crusaders

  • Tigers' Surtin determined to bring home state wrestling championship

  • Warriors' Hard rolls first perfect game in Triad Regional

  • Balanced scoring paces Edwardsville girls to 80-22 triumph over Redbirds

  • Redbirds get past Tigers 55-50 in overtime

  • IHSA releases assignments for winter sports championships

  • Tigers defeat Redbirds, Crusaders in triangular; Alton falls to Althoff

  • The playmaker: Tigers' Love still learning many things on and off the court

  • Edwardsville's Henricks signs with Lindenwood-Belleville

  • Pranger's 25 points helps Tigers get past Collinsville 78-40

  • McKee three-ball, Hoppes free throws get McGivney past EAWR

  • Marinko leads Tigers with 29 in Highland Shootout game, continues scoring prowess

  • Tigers take first in Iron Invite swim meet; LeVasseur sets backstroke record

  • Rockhurst slips by Edwardsville in Highland Optimist Shootout

Ни перед чем не останавливаться, только бы заполучить кольцо. Беккера очень удивило, что это кольцо с какой-то невразумительной надписью представляет собой такую важность. Однако Стратмор ничего не объяснил, а Беккер не решился спросить. АНБ, - подумал .

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