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Ki-Jana Crawford, of Marian Catholic, looks for a play against Bloom for Sectional action at Thornton, Tuesday, March 11th, 2014 in Harvey Marian Catholic coach Mike Taylor instructed point guard Tyler Ulis to be more aggressive looking for his shot early during Tuesday's Class 4A Thornton Sectional semifinal against Bloom.
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Kaneland's Ty Carlson goes one-on-one with a defender Tuesday in the second quarter against Rockford Lutheran at Hampshire High School at the IHSA Class 3A Hampshire Sectional semifinal.
Mooseheart's Mangisto Deng tries to corral a loose ball as Mooseheart defeated Eastland, 59-41, Tuesday night at the IHSA Class 1A Northern Illinois University Supersectional championship at NIU's Convocation Center in DeKalb.
The School Board Monday appointed Peter Goff to fill the position of athletic director effective July 1. "This has been a dream of mine," Goff said.
Rich East had to replace four starters and a sixth man from last season's Class 3A sectional final squad.
The senior two-time All-Area and all-SCC pick led the Eagles to two of their best seasons back-to-back.
A second straight second-place finish led to a second straight recognition assembly for Rolling Meadows' girls basketball team on Monday in the school's main gym.
St. Charles North sophomore Daley Krage feels she differentiates herself on the volleyball court simply by being different.
John Starksfirstname.lastname@example.org South Elgin's Tyler Hankins stretches for a rebound over Larkin's Christian Negron Tuesday in the St. Charles North regional game.
Chicago Heights neighbors Marian Catholic and Bloom square off Tuesday. Tyler Ulis, one of the best players in Southland history, leads Marian Catholic against one of the area's most tradition-rich programs in Bloom.
Outlook: Kaneland, which beat Marmion 62-60 to win its second regional title in three seasons, will have its hands full.
While they lean heavily on a group of seniors perhaps as talented as any in school history, the Gibault Hawks' basketball playoff success comes courtesy of some multi-sport athletes.
Prospect senior guard Bobby Frasco, left, with Buffalo coach Bobby Hurley and Knights varsity coach John Camardella.
So when the Blazing Trojans needed a bucket the most, it wasn't a surprise to see Johnson delivering in the clutch.
After seeing Providence star Miles Boykin score 17 points and grab seven rebounds in the first half of the teams' regular-season meeting Feb. 11, Oliver was assigned to the Celtics senior in the regional title game.
SERENA – One by one, scissors in hand, Mooseheart boys basketball players took turns cutting down the net after defeating Chicagoland Jewish, 50-35, on Saturday for the Class 1A Serena Sectional title.