Jan. 15 question: What former Madison High standout played basketball at the University of Illinois and holds the single-season scoring average and single-season point total records for the Illini?
Answer: Donnie Freeman played basketball at the University of Illinois from 1963-66 and his 27.8 points per game in '66 is still the highest single-season scoring average for a Fighting Illini player. He was named a member of U of I's All-Century Team, announced in 2004.
Congratulations to Mike Dochwat, who answered correctly and wins a free "value line tool" from McKay/NAPA Auto Parts located at 1601 Branding Dr. in Granite City.
This week's question: What year did the Granite City boys' volleyball team begin play?