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The Knights' 4x400-meter relay team won the event in 4 minutes, 14.94 seconds while the 4x200 relay team finished second.
The Cougars, Elmhurst's original travel baseball and softball club, proudly announce the names of their former and current 14U and 15U players that were awarded spots on their 2014 high school teams! The names on the large list below are a testament to the effort and love for the game by our players: Freshman Boys Baseball : Michael Bernal - York, ... (more)
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.
McKendree is participating in the Dunn Hospitality Classic, which is being hosted by the University of Southern Indiana.
That's how the Burlington Central girls basketball team felt Saturday after falling 64-40 to Quincy Notre Dame in the third place game of the Class 3A state tournament at Redbird Arena.
Firing on all cylinders for virtually the entire 32 minutes, the Broncos erased last year's bad memories here Saturday with a 57-44 win over Joliet Catholic Academy in the Class 3A championship game at Redbird Arena.
Montini 34, Burlington Central 26: Kelly Karlis scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds to lead Montini at Normal's Redbird Arena.
Riley Glassmann and Fremd's boys basketball team put on a shooting clinic against Lake Zurich on Friday night in the Hersey regional final in Arlington Heights.
Preseason practice for spring sports teams got underway this week. One of the spring teams with an especially heavy dose of preseason optimism is Kaneland softball, which returns six starters and also welcomes highly regarded pitcher Angie Morrow, a Burlington Central transfer.
As a senior on the Carmel boys basketball team, Jack George is tasked with leading the team both on and off the court.
Sidney Santos suggests length on the perimeter is underrated. She smiles before explaining her reasoning, because the Geneva girls basketball team is in the coveted position to make this argument.
Though he had played in front of bigger audiences on larger stages throughout his well-traveled AAU career with the Illinois Wolves, the looming Feb. 21 clash at rival Jacobs made the Lake in the Hills' resident a most restless insomniac.
How do you keep your emotions in check? How do you remain unflappable, young teenager? A freshman playing her first high school basketball game - on varsity, no less.
They fill the closet, and the ones that don't fit there are stowed neatly under his bed, many still in the original boxes.
Ali Andrews Huntley The Red Raiders' 6-foot-2 sophomore had another outstanding season, surpassing 1,000 career points and helping her team to a 27-4 season that ended in the sectional finals but also included the program's first Fox Valley Conference championship.