Rockford baseball’s Post commits to Rose-Hulman

Caleb Post pitches against Portland on May 21, 2011.

Caleb Post, a senior right-handed pitcher at Rockford, will be attending Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Ind. to study software engineering and play baseball. Rose-Hulman (RH) is listed in the top 10 engineering schools in the country along with MIT, Columbia, Stanford and Carnegie Mellon among others. RH is a Division III school […]

Rams start baseball season with two wins in Indiana

Rockford junior Brandon Nostrant hits against Westview.

The Rockford varsity baseball team swept Westview High School (Ind.) in a doubleheader on Monday, April 4. The first game was an extra inning battle that went 10 innings. The Rockford Rams jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead in the first inning, resulting from a Drew Farmer double, Christian Leinesch single, Shain Showers sacrifice […]

This weekend the Rockfrd Area Historical Society is still offering the Make It Take It Scarecrow Event. Pictured are Brian and Amber with children Macy, 7, Andrew, 5, and Caleb, 4. They are all from Rockford.

Pictured in the photo are:  Abigail Blanchard, Anna Bos, Dylan Bronkema, Evan Bruin, Cyril Casapao, Andrew Christensen, Luke Counterman, Julie Daukss, Nicole Feinauer, Zachary Forrester, Lauren Girard, Michael Greko, Molly Grettenberger, Eric Henderson, Bethany Hicks, Bethany Joseph, Stephen Knape, Joseph Kropiewnicki, Rebecca Manshaem, Devon McAvoy, Chloe McColgan, Colin McWatters, Zackary Nelson, Timothy Newberger, Cody Normington, Caitlin Orzechowski, Jonathan Panzer, Haley Pilgrim, Shannon Pinner, Caleb Post, Alexander Quinn, Gabriel Reitemeier, Christine Scales, Alexander Stembaugh, Sarah Strozeski, Sarah Verbrugge, Peyton Wells, Jessica Winkels

 Thirty-seven seniors at Rockford High School scored 30 or better on the college entrance exam. Congratulations to all students as they now decide which college is the right fit for them! Rockford consistently has many students score 30 or higher on their ACT test – last year, over 30 students also scored 30 or higher. […]