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  1. OT edging of Serena gives Lady Cru Stone Seed titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Times

    The Serena Lady Huskers refused to slink away to allow Marquette's girls to claim the inaugural Stone Seed Lady Falcons Classic championship here Thursday evening without a fight, and Serena put up a great one before finally being outlasted by the unbeaten tourney champ Lady Cru 48-44 in a wild overtime thriller here at Flanagan-Cornell High School. "It was a very fun game.

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  2. Knights smother FCW to claim 2nd in Stone Seed ClassicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Times

    With more than its share of errant passes and missed point-blank shots, the Fieldcrest offense wasn't exactly at its best Thursday in the final game of the inaugural Stone Seed Lady Falcons Basketball Classic. With the way the Knights played defense and host Flanagan-Cornell/Woodland struggled taking care of the basketball, Fieldcrest's offense didn't need to be its tip-top best.

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  3. Football: Warriors prepare for first trip to semifinalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | The Daily Gazette

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  4. Area Roundup: Streator girls score 1st win of 2017-18Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | The Times

    Natalie Haynes scored 10 points to lead Streator . Taurus Williams added nine points.

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  5. Tylka helps Wauconda to season-opening winRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Junior forward Allie Tylka scored 21 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, and Wauconda's girls basketball team opened its season by beating Belvidere 52-41 in the Wauconda tournament Thursday night. Bulldogs freshman guard Ella Karg added 11 points, including a 3, and senior guard Po Kimbell contributed 8 points.

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  6. Elk Grove notches first winRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Elk Grove evened its record to 1-1 in the Vernon Hills tournament on Thursday night with a 48-44 victory over Sycamore. Zoe Blomquist , Megan Murray and Rachel Kandefer helped lead coach Jen Guth's Grenadiers.

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  7. Learning experience for VH vs. Lake ForestRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Vernon Hills started out by hitting three-point shot after three-point shot, but Lake Forest's defense toughened in the second half, and the Scouts emerged a 66-50 winner in Vernon Hills' ninth annual Cougar Classic. "I heard something from John Calipari where he mentioned 'Sometimes you win and sometimes you learn,' " Vernon Hills coach Paul Brettner said.

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  8. Glenbard North withstands West Chicago comebackRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    "Winning helps everything," first-year Glenbard North coach Stephen Wit added. "Guarded against forgetting that there's things we've got to work on.

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  9. Fry, Aurora Christian shoot past TimothyRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Aurora Christian senior guard Alex Fry is known for her passing, evidenced by her single-season record of 140 assists accomplished during the Eagles' 20-win campaign a year ago. Fry poured in a game-high 16 points with four 3-pointers and junior teammate Lauren Richert added 13 points during the Eagles' 46-36 victory over Timothy Christian Thursday night in the second round of the IMSA/Aurora Christian Tournament in Aurora.

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  10. Kaneland, Harvest Christian each winRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Jenni Weber scored 13 points while Jamie Martens added 10 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 assists Thursday night to lead the Kaneland girls basketball team to a 72-28 win over Richmond-Burton in the Knights' season opener at the Wauconda tournament. Abby Peeler and Maddy Wheatley added 7 points each for Kaneland.

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  11. Burlington Central rolls behind Schmidt's career-high 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Burlington Central entered the third game of its tournament in less than ideal position, missing standout freshman point guard Alana Wells and another starter Zoey Kolllhoff. The 6-foot sophomore scored a career-high 31 points, leading shorthanded Burlington Central to a 64-30 victory over Larkin at the Rockets' tournament.

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  12. Looks like Round Lake is prepared to honor ConklingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Howard Conkling would have loved it, from how Round Lake's girls basketball players looked in their new uniforms, to how his friend drew up that old play. "There's an inbounds play that every loves," Doug Barnshaw said.

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  13. Scouting the Class 7A semifinal: Mt. Carmel at Lake ZurichRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Playoff run: Mt. Carmel def. Moline in the first round, 52-7, Normal in the second round, 14-13, East St. Louis in the quarterfinals, 21-18; Lake Zurich def.

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  14. Scouting DuPage County girls basketballRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Mark Black/[email protected]'s Danielle Dennis takes a shot after driving past Downers Grove South's Aaliyah Hatter' during the York High School Thanksgiving girls basketball tournament on November 14, 2017. Last year: 11-17, 3-9, sixth in West Suburban Conference Gold Division; lost to Wheaton Warrenville South in the Class 4A regional semifinals.

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  15. Scouting the Northern Lake County ConferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Outlook: It's been said that basketball players are made in the summer. Antioch coach Jim White certainly is hoping that is true.

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  16. Scouting the MSL EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Returning players: Alyssa Floro , Jackie Bickhaus , Sydney Fortman , Kendra Lee , Macy Floro , Alyssa Ramos Newcomers: Megan Fontanetta , Zori Angelova , Sam Hansen , Jackie Lavigne , Hannah Young , Raegan Little , Heide Schmit , Emma Lozano , Kayla Weede , Sam Sellis , Mia Faraci Outlook: Coach Steve Kolodziej watched his team grow a lot last year with several underclassmen contributing throughout the season. Now he is hoping that results in a few more wins for the Bison.

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  17. Scouting the Fox ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Top returning athletes: Senior Tatyanna Smith ; Junior Tressa Cwinski ; Sophomore Delani Kosner Outlook: The Chargers have some big shoes to fill -- literally. Gone is 6-foot-3 Taylor Harizin who is now playing at Quincy University.

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  18. Boys basketball: Previewing the Fox Valley area for 2017-18Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Top returning players: Seniors Owen Clayton , Kyle Czerak , Dru Ingraham , Cameron Pedersen ; Juniors Jonas Cebulski , Cameron Kalmas Outlook: The post-Brett Czerak era is set to begin at Aurora Central Catholic. Czerak, who was a 4-year starter and the Chargers' all-time leading scorer is now playing at Carthage.

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  19. Scouting DuPage County boys basketballRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Paul Ethan Schuemer takes one to the net during the Hinsdale South at Willowbrook boys basketball game Friday. Last year: 18-12, 5-7, fourth in West Suburban Gold; lost 71-51 in Class 4A Batavia regional final.

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  20. Scouting the North SuburbanRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | Daily Herald

    Returning players: Sr. F McKenna Zobel , Sr. G Grace Kinsey , Jr. F Maddy Piggott , Jr. G Anna Biergans , So. G Ella Gilbertson , Sr. G Eleni Papastratakos , Sr. F Claire Jones , Jr. G Brigid Ferguson , Sr. G Jacklyn Schlender Newcomers: So.

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