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IHSA Update Following Meeting With IDPH

Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Executive Director Craig Anderson, members of the IHSA staff, and Illinois Elementary School Association (IESA) staff members met virtually with Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike, Deputy Governor Jesse Ruiz, and IDPH Chief of Staff Justin DeWitt on the evening of January 6, 2021. “We appreciate…

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Nettles transferring to U of I from Iowa

As 2020 has been undoubtedly been filled with challenges, Kenli Nettles, ALAH graduate and Class 1A state champion in the high jump, 100-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles, is coming home. Nettles announced earlier this month that she will be transferring from the University of Iowa to the University of Illinois this coming semester. “I left Iowa because…

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ALAH Cross Country Awards Program Held

On Thursday evening December 3, the season finale for the ALAH Cross Country team was held in the East Gym at the high school. Program was virtual in nature and only team members, coach and administrators were in attendance. Families and friends were able to watch the ceremony via an online link. Athletic Director Nathan…

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All Conference Honors

Pictured are the ALAH Knights Cross Country All Conference selections in the Lincoln Prairie Conference. Front row: Jacob Adcock, Layton Hall, Lyle Adcock. Back row: Logan Beckmier, Jace Green, Alisha Frederick and Charley Condill. These athletes earned All Conference Honors by earning a medal at the Lincoln Prairie Conference meet held October 2 at Bethany’s…

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Senior Athletes

The Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond Cross Country team held their awards night at the High School on December 3. Senior athletes recognized were: from left to right, Mackenzi Bowles, Layton Hall and Mackenzie Brown.

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Team Awards

The ALAH Knights cross country team held their awards night last Thursday, December 3 in the old gym at the High School. The boys’ team awards went to Layton Hall, Most Valuable Player, as selected by team members; and special team awards presented by Coach Dorjahn to Jacob Duzan, the Knights’ 2020 Grinder Award; and…

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Most Valuable Player

Layton Hall is pictured with Coach Lyle Dorjahn holding the Most Valuable Player plaque for the Knights’ 2020 Cross Country season. The award was voted on by Layton’s teammates. It was the third year in a row that he was named MVP for the season. The next morning, December 4th, Layton would be named the…

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Coach’s Award

Mackenzi Bowles was selected by Coach Lyle Dorjahn as the winner of the Coach’s Award for the girls’ team. He cited her perseverance, grit, desire, team leadership and team spirit as contributing factors in the choice. Mackenzi is pictured with Coach Dorjahn.

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Accolades Continue for ALAH Cross Country.

Knights Layton Hall was named Cross Country Runner of the Year and Coach Lyle Dorjahn was named Cross Country Coach of the Year for 2020 by the Herald & Review. Hall finished his senior season with a team that won both Regional and Sectional championships and added a top-five finish at the alternative 1A state…

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LAYTON HALL SIGNS WITH INDIANA STATE.

LAYTON HALL SIGNS WITH INDIANA STATE. Senior standout cross country runner, Layton Hall signed to continue his running career and education with the Indiana State Sycamores on Wednesday, November 25 in the ALAH High School gymnasium. The Sycamores are a Division I school in the Missouri Valley Conference. Layton is shown here seated with his…

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