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When Kevin Kintzel accepts his diploma from Western Illinois in the spring, the New Lenox resident will do so with a career in protecting the public as his primary goal for the future.
Over the years, teams coached by Neal Kahalnik won nine tournament championships while he was part of the Vernon Hills Stingers and Crystal Lake Tidal Waves youth softball programs.
It's been 5 years, but Kirk Engelkens is finally back where he feels he belongs: in a Milledgeville Missiles uniform.
Maine East's Alex Corey breaks free for a run during the Blue Demons' home game against Glenbrook South on Sept.
800 relay: Cahokia and Edwardsville . 1,600 relay: East St. Louis and Cahokia 200: Deshon Buchanan, Belleville West; Justin Goff, Wesclin; Demontez McCray, O'Fallon; Craig James, Edwardsville; Greg Cross, Alton; and Adam Nelson, Triad.
Recently removed from a two-season stint at Elgin Community College, Peters, a former Kaneland left-hander, will take a full-time spot on Bradley's fall roster without consuming a scholarship slot for his junior season.
In addition to being a defensive captain and a 3 year starter, Sycamore linebacker Brett Weaver is looking to add one more title to his decorated resume -- college athlete.
By Don Chipman Sports Editor It was a "Rainy Day in Mt. Sterling" as both the 11-12 and 13-14 year old Boys Little League teams parade got rained on.
Oswego East's summer baseball team has seemingly saved its best ball for the end of the summer season, as it swept a doubleheader at Plano, 9-1 and 11-0, on Tuesday in two of the last games of its schedule before the playoffs.
The Mettetal brothers - Zach and Tyler - and their St. Charles North teammates seem to have a good grasp on how to hit a wood bat even if BBCore is the bat being used predominantly in amateur play.
After Monday's torrential landscape, the Oswego summer baseball team was ready to deal with more pressing matters, namely summer baseball against a close rival.
Today's VIP guest list includes the World Cup, Northern Illinois wrestling All-America Bill Young, Tom Dore, the word “amnesty” as a verb, Theo Epstein, Jack Quinlan, and “Jeopardy's” Alex Trebek.
Erik Rabin isn't just playing for three baseball teams, he's doing so at the most physically demanding position on the baseball diamond.
Mongan recently accomplished that task, hiring Josh O'Shea to take over the baseball program, Michelle Beary to head the girls basketball and John Pfeffer to man the wrestling program.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 03:54 pm
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