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Michael Savio slammed 17 kills, and Nick Meyer added 11, as Lake Zurich's boys volleyball team remained undefeated in the North Suburban Conference with a 25-23, 19-25, 25-23 win over host Lake Forest Wednesday night.
Taylor Sterkowitz was 10 years old when she made a crowd gasp with her mighty bat for the first time.
Hall's D.J. Glynn holds Bureau County records in the 100, 200 and 400 and was the state champion in each event in 1999.
Morris senior Emily Ashworth takes the ball away from Kaneland sophomore Holly Collingbourne on Tuesday during the first half in Morris.
Theresa Curtis and Juliana Frusolone homered, and Grayslake Central's softball team pounded out 12 hits in an 11-7 win over host Prairie Ridge in Fox Valley Conference action Tuesday.
The Celtics scored 50 runs last week in wins over Naperville Central, a 17-8 final, Lincoln-Way Central, 14-5, and Lincoln-Way East, 19-9.
Oak Forest's roster may not boast the tremendous depth of years past, but it does have the personnel that deserves respect.
League play starts this week in the Red, which features four teams ranked in the SouthtownStar's Top 10. There's no prohibitive favorite and each week should feature multiple games with title implications.
On Saturday, the Redbirds received its second loss of the season to Notre Dame despite Ethan Skender's home runs.
A 1,030-mile road trip from Geneva to Bowling Green to Dayton to Geneva figures to acquaint the Cougars with the midwest on their longest bus ride of the season.
The girls soccer teams from Harvest Christian Academy and Elgin Academy gather for a photo after their game in Elgin Monday, played through a mid-April snow.
Emily Osoba for Sandburg Soccer for Spring Photo Day at Andrew High School, Sunday, March 23rd, 2014 in Tinley Park "It's very exciting to have my plans set," she said.
The Princeton Tigresses, fresh off their first win of the season, poured in a barrage of goals Saturday morning during pool play in their own Princeton Invitational Tournament to propel themselves into the finals.
Before the season began, Sandburg coach Jim Caliendo had tempered expectations for a young squad, saying the Eagles "could finish third or better" in the SouthWest Suburban Blue if they avoided too many early losses.
The Porters beat St. Charles North 10-3 in the middle game of a round-robin before playing host New Trier to a 2-2 tie in a game called because of darkness after four innings.