Monmouth-Roseville Titan Girls Basketball Focused on Another Regional Title Run


Story by Kadin Rogers

The regular season is officially over for the Monmouth-Roseville Titans girls’ basketball team, as they get set to start play in the class 2A Macomb regional next Monday. After a close loss at home to the Macomb Bombers last Wednesday, the Lady Titans rattled off three straight wins over Orion on senior night, Farmington on the road this past Saturday, and Brimfield at home this Monday to close the year with another 20-win season for the program. Now with the regular season in the rearview mirror, the Lady Titans can look on to their matchup for regional semifinals on Monday, as they will play against the winner of Saturday’s game between Rockridge and Mercer County. As the Lady Titans prepare themselves for regionals, Head Coach Scott Weber discussed what Monmouth-Roseville will need to do to make a deep run in the postseason.

Monmouth-Roseville will look to make it the second straight year with a regional title, as the program won its first regional title last season. February 12th’s regional semifinal matchup between the Lady Titans and the winner of Rockridge and Mercer County will tip-off at Macomb High School at 7:30.

For the full interview with Coach Weber, visit the Sports Podcast section.

Spread the word

Trending Now

Featured News Podcasts

Subscribe to our Community Newsletter

By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: Prairie Communications, 55 Public Square, Monmouth, IL, 61462, You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact

Choose a Category

Continue Reading

Schedule Those Yearly Lab Draws at a Discount

National Public Health Week is recognized the first full week of April each year. To coincide, the Warren County Health Department offers their discounted labs program, reports Administrator Jenna Link:

Power Outage Reported as Equipment Damage

At 4:30 a.m. (April 9) Ameren was alerted to an outage impacting approximately 2,000 customers in the Monmouth area. Crews were dispatched and found a piece of equipment had malfunctioned inside