REDSKINS BRING HOME THE HARDWARE!!! 2nd IN STATE!!!
A very exhausted Nokomis Redskin basketball team were the guests of honor today as "the voice of the
Redskins" Terry Todt and a packed Nokomis High School gymnasium welcomed home their 2008 IHSA
2nd place winners.  Nokomis defeated Warrensburg-Latham 36-33 on Friday to earn their spot in the big
dance, the state championship game on Saturday.  After a well fought battle to a very fast paced St.
Anne, Nokomis took home the 2nd place trophy with a final score of 61-67.

Nokomis Post Season Scores
Altamont Regional:
Windsor (20) at Nokomis (66)
Beecher City (45) at Nokomis (59)
Nokomis (52) at Altamont (47)

Nokomis Sectional:
Woodlawn (52) at Nokomis (61)
Dieterich (39) at Nokomis (53)

Carbondale Supersectional:
Nokomis (56) at Okawville (44)

(Carver Arena) Illinois State Finals:
Nokomis (36) at Warrensburg-Latham (33)
St. Anne (67) at Nokomis (61)



                       GO REDSKINS!!!
CONGRATULATIONS 2005 - 2006 REDSKINS ON AN AMAZING SEASON
AND THANKS FOR ALL OF THE MEMORIES!!
NOKOMIS BOYS BASKETBALL (30-3) WITH 28 STRAIGHT GAME WINNING STREAK, PRAIRIE
STATE CONFERENCE TITLE, REGIONAL CHAMPS, SECTIONAL CHAMPS, TOP-RANKED TEAM
FOR THE SJ-R AREA AND RANKED 10th IN ILLINOIS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS...
WAY TO GO REDSKINS!!!!
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Coach’s Kid Kimbro Learned At School Of Hard Knocks
Posted December 3, 2007 at 6:03 pm
The boys basketball practices overseen by Nokomis High School coach Steve Kimbro are not fun and games.
His son, current Nokomis senior forward Wade Kimbro, got a preview of things to come four years ago.
You might say the younger Kimbro had an advantage as his father gave him a head start on what it takes to
become a varsity player at Nokomis. But he quickly learned what hard work really meant. [
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Congratulations 8th Grade Lady Braves
IESA CLASS 2A STATE CHAMPIONS!!