Here are distances and approximate driving times to Apollo Conference schools (calculated from CHS):
- Effingham (39.5 miles, 39 minutes)
- Lincoln (90.5 miles, 1 hour 49 minutes)
- Mahomet-Seymour (64.7 miles, 1 hour, 1 minute)
- Mattoon (12.3 miles, 17 minutes)
- Mt. Zion (49.3 miles, 1 hour, 1 minute)
- Taylorville (65.1 miles, 1 hour 23 minutes)
Here are maps to all of our away game soccer field locations.
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St. Teresa High School is located at 2710 N. Water St., Decatur. Parking is just north of the school and soccer is played on the football field, which is on the east side of the school.
Take route 121 to where it intersects U.S. 36 in Decatur. Turn left (west) on 36 until you get to route 51, then turn north. This becomes Water St. and the high school will be on your right. From CHS, it takes about an hour and 15 minutes to get to St. Teresa.
Take I-57 north to I-74 and take ramp toward Bloomington. Use second (main) Mahomet exit and then turn south. Turn right on E. Franklin and stay to the right when it jogs. You will end up at E. State Street. Turn left on E. State St. and continue to the soccer field, which is behind a school on your left. You will reach it before you get to the high school (which will be on the right). If you get to the high school, you’ve missed it! Parking is down a small road on the east side of the school. Mahomet charges admission for soccer games.
The field is located an the southwest corner of the intersection of Lincoln Ave. and Florida St. in Urbana.
From Charleston, take I-57 to the Curtis Rd. exit. Travel east to Rt. 45 and then turn left. Go north on 45 until you get to Windsor Road, then turn right. Take Windsor to Lincoln and then turn left. The soccer fields are on the left as you approach the Florida St. intersection.
Regional games will be played at Carbondale High School. Their field is located at 1298 East Meadowbrook Lane, Carbondale. Note: On Tuesday we found out that this map doesn’t exactly work. Meadowbrook Lane is a dead end and there is a row of bushes and trees, as well as a fence, that prevent access to the field. Instead get to S. Lewis Lane and take Doug Lee Park. Follow it to the end and you will see a parking lot by the field. (click “view larger map” below for a better view).