Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of January 15
County snow plows hit the streets late in the evening Friday night to spread ice melt after rainfall froze the streets over almost immediately as temperatures neared the 20 degree mark.
Tyler Ross attempts to catch herself after she was tripped up along mid court. The ladies went on to beat Carlinville in the County Tournament.
The cheerleaders competed at the Highland Sectional Sunday afternoon. The girls were 2 points away from making it to State.
Nearly 24 hours after the "ice-capade," the sun melted the ice and left numerous puddles along the side streets of Gillespie.
Blake Peterson passes it around the defender in the Miners first game of the County Tournament. The boys lost 2 out of 3 games in the tournament and play Wednesday at 5:00 in the evening.
Pete Duncan explained the redistricting of Macoupin County and how voter maintenance helps the clerk's office during last weeks Rotary meeting.
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