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TF South sports teams resume play

By Josh Bootsma

LANSING, Ill. (January 15, 2022) — After a holiday break and COVID concerns disrupted the normal routines of TF South athletes, sports returned this week with many teams participating in games, matches, and tournaments. Unfortunately, the scores from TFS this week were largely losses.

Wednesday, January 12

Girls Bowling

Opponent: TF North High School

Score: TFS lost to TFN 1541-1285.

Abby Kleidon had high game for TFS with 182.

Thursday, January 13

Girls Basketball

Opponent: Hillcrest High School

Score: TFS lost to Hillcrest 58-48.

Freshman Tariya Wright led the scoring with 13 points, sophomore Jaiden Thompson had 8, and sophomore Rayvan Rush scored 8 as well.

TF United Boys Swimming

Opponent: Evergreen Park High School

Score: TFU lost to Evergreen Park 43-14

Coach Bryan Evancho praised swimmer James Muth, who posted his career best time of 24.77 in the 50-yard freestyle.

Girls Bowling

Opponent: Evergreen Park High School

Score: TFS lost to Evergreen Park 1627-1481.

Abby Kleidon again notched high game for TFS with 172.


Opponents: Reavis, Argo, and Oak Lawn High Schools

Score: In a quad tournament, TFS lost all three of its matchups (Reavis 62, TFS 11; Argo 72, TFS 12; Oak Lawn 54, TFS 6).

Dutchess King won two matches with two falls. TrayVonne Roberts won two matches as well, one by fall and one on a 19-4 score.

Friday, January 14

Boys Basketball

Opponent: Hillcrest High School

Score: TFS lost to Hillcrest 67-47.

TF South is now 3-8 overall on the season and 2-2 in conference play.


Opponent: Bloom Township High School

Score: In a dual match, TFS lost to Bloom Township 48-18.

Dutchess King, TrayVonne Roberts, and Daivion Howard won by a fall.

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Josh Bootsma
Josh Bootsma
Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.