I'm missing being out on the course with the team competing for championships.
--Eldorado Hall Of Fame Member and SIU men's golf coach Justin Fetcho
As a coach, I miss seeing and talking to my kids everyday at school. As a fan, I miss the competition and seeing people do outstanding things every night.
-- Benton boys basketball coach Ron Winemiller
Sports are my life, so I am missing every aspect of it, but more importantly, I miss watching my kids play.
-- Former Pinckneyville All-Stater and Carterville head boys basketball coach Shane Hawkins
I miss watching college baseball this time of year. Spring college football. Watching sports center highlights of the worlds best athletes
-- Former Harrisburg standout Ryne Roper
What I miss the most about sports is the opportunity for everyone to come together and take part in something as a community. I know a lot of seniors are missing out on seasons they won't get back and for a lot of guys this is the last opportunity they will get to ever play. I couldn't imagine to have my senior year of football taken away because of something like this but I do ultimately recognize the current regulations are necessary to hopefully end this pandemic sooner rather than later so we can get back to watching/playing the sports we love.
-- Former Eldorado standout Payton Price
The ability to play professional golf and earn a living.
--Professional golfer and former Harrisburg standout Britt Pavelonis
I missed watching March Madness most of all, but the hardest part right now is not knowing when the next time is we will get to compete in whatever sport it is that we play.
--BCHS senior Reece Johnson
100% March Madness. It brings so many people together, even those that haven't watched all season.
--Former Harrisburg basketball state champion and Lewis Flyer Capel Henshaw
The teaching and the commentary
-- John A. Logan head men's basketball coach Kyle Smithpeters