Illinois High School Sports Newswire

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  1. Ohio State looks to keep playoff path open against MichiganRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Ohio State and Michigan will have a tough time matching last year's thriller, a 30-27 classic between storied rivals that the Buckeyes won when Curtis Samuel swept in for a 15-yard touchdown in the second overtime. The game had huge conference championship and College Football Playoff implications.

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  2. Bulldogs find positives in opening triangularRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Times

    Streator's Isaac Warwick reverses Morton's Rhys Cooper en route to a 5-4 decision Tuesday in the Bulldogs' season-opening triangular at Pops Dale Gymnasium. Streator's Isaac Warwick reverses Morton's Rhys Cooper en route to a 5-4 decision Tuesday in the Bulldogs' season-opening triangular at Pops Dale Gymnasium.

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  3. Images: Swimming finals shine in our best high school sports photos of the weekRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    See some of the best high school sports images this week from the Daily Herald. Photographers this week covered swimming finals, football semifinals, and the start of the basketball season.

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  4. Wheeling adding three to athletic hall of fameRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    A trio of standout Wheeling athletes and coaches are headed into the high school's Class of 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, Dec. 15. Dave Dunbar, Nikki Keith and Thomas Malicki will be honored in a ceremony at approximately 8:15 p.m., at halftime of the basketball game vs. Rolling Meadows. There is a 6 p.m. girls game and the boys game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Dave Dunbar: Dunbar spent more than 35 years making a positive impact across multiple sports.

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  5. Principal: Every Neuqua student earned National Blue Ribbon awardRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Just by being the students -- and the people -- they are, every teen at Neuqua Valley High School helped the school win its first National Blue Ribbon award this year, Principal Bob McBride said Tuesday. Together the students, faculty and staff of Neuqua Valley, all 4,000 strong, celebrated the achievement during the Naperville school's Red Carpet Pep Rally in the gym.

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  6. AFCa s run-&-gun offense too much for AmboyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Gazette

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  7. Lake Zurich handles CL South at R-BRead the original story

    Yesterday | Daily Herald

    JR Cison scored a game-high 21 points and Kenny Haynes had 15 as Lake Zurich's boys basketball team rolled past Crystal Lake South 61-44 on Monday in first-round tournament play at Richmond-Burton. The Bears were without starter Peter DiCerbo, out with hip flexor for this week.

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  8. St. Edward cruises by Alden-Hebron in openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Herald

    St. Edward's AJ Franklin is accustomed to be counted on to score. He was the go-to guy for the boys soccer team this past fall and had a record-breaking season scoring goals.  With Kelvin Cortez-Kennedy and his 26-plus points per game last year having graduated from the Green Wave's boys basketball team, Franklin is now being counted on to take on more of scoring role on the basketball court. The 6-foot-3 senior responded to the role with 16 points in the season opener at the Westminster Christian Thanksgiving Tournament on Monday.

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  9. Wheaton North sets the paceRead the original story

    Yesterday | Daily Herald

    Deng Reng and the Wheaton North boys basketball team know they can play quick, slow or a mixture of both. In Monday night's season opener against Morton at the Bill VandeMerkt Tournament at Riverside-Brookfield, the Falcons knew they couldn't afford a fast, up-tempo game.

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  10. Prep wrestling team preview capsulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 14 | Daily Chronicle

    Choose your news! Select the text alerts you want to receive: breaking news, prep sports scores, school closings, weather, and more. Matthew Apgar - [email protected] Kaneland's Nathan Orosco, top, wrestles with Trevor Boryla of Sycamore during their 106 pound finals bout of the Northern Illinois Big 12 conference championship tournament on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 at Kaneland High School in Maple Park.

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  11. Neuqua Valley, Metea Valley get glimpse at bright futuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | Daily Herald

    With a team loaded with young swimmers, Neuqua Valley surged to seventh place at the IHSA girls swimming meet at New Trier on Saturday. "There are always things you wish you could have back and always some pleasant surprises," Neuqua Valley coach Jason Niforatos said.

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  12. Girls swimming: Make it 3 straight state titles for RosaryRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 18 | Daily Herald

    By the time Rosary got out of the New Trier pool on Saturday, smiling and soaking wet after taking the state championship trophy for a swim, the Beads were all alone on-deck with all other schools having left the building. That was somehow appropriate because for the third straight year, Rosary's team dominance left the Beads standing alone at the top of the team's elite by some distance.

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  13. Girls swimming and diving: Impressive final ride for Stevenson standout PelkaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | Daily Herald

    "I woke up the other morning and almost started crying, thinking this is my last high school meet," said Pelka, who did Stevenson proud on Saturday by touching sixth in the state championship heat of the 200-yard freestyle at New Trier. "It's really bittersweet.

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  14. Rajic wins two state titles; Tuscola, GCMS football advance to stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | The News-Gazette

    Ema Rajic from Uni High girls' swimming defended her two state titles she won a year ago by placing first once more in the 200-yard individual medley and 100 breaststroke on Saturday at New Trier High School in Winnetka. Tuscola football defeated Athens 21-14 in a Class 1A state semifinal game, securing a spot in the 1A state title game at 10 a.m. next Friday.

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  15. Strong Indians squad hopes to avoid injuriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Times

    Last year, the Sandwich wrestling team was besieged by injuries, losing five starting wrestlers to what for all intent and purposes were season-ending afflictions early on in the campaign. The end result was a disappointing fifth-place team finish at the Interstate Eight Conference meet as well as a lackluster fifth place showing at the Plano Class 2A Regional where the Indians did manage to advance five wrestlers to the sectional at Sterling.

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  16. Dunkleberger, Lopez lead youthful, inexperienced Bulldogs on matsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Times

    Last season was a very successful one for the Streator wrestling team and then first-year coach John Sandoval, as the Bulldogs had six sectional qualifiers, with one advancing to state. Sandoval lost four of those advancers to graduation - Jayson Goplin, Isiah Dukes, Kyle Guenard and T.J. Moran - but this season returns a good mix of talent and fast-learning newcomers.

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  17. Big-time promise ahead on Seneca matsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Times

    Going into last season, Seneca High School veteran wrestling coach Todd Yegge didn't have high expectations. Why would he, knowing he'd only be competing with a scant 14 grapplers, only one of which was a senior? Yegge's small but mighty group surprised him in a big way, eventually advancing a school record eight wrestlers out of the Rock Falls Class 1A Regional into the Byron Sectional where freshman Ben Virgo qualified for state.

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  18. Metea Valley enjoys 'great day'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Daily Herald

    On a day when Rosary took a step toward its third straight state title, Metea Valley had arguably the best day of DuPage County teams at this year's IHSA girls swimming state meet prelims at New Trier. The Mustangs qualified all three relays to the championship races of Saturday's state finals and added three individual swims.

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  19. Aurora Central Catholic takes third at Somonauk tournamentRead the original story

    Friday Nov 17 | Daily Herald

    Aurora Central Catholic defeated conference rival Wheaton Academy 46-41 in the third place game at the Somonauk tournament Friday night. The Warriors led 15-5 early before the Chargers went on an 18-1 run to take a 28-16 halftime lead.

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  20. Girls swimming and diving: Another fun day awaits Penrod, BarringtonRead the original story

    Friday Nov 17 | Daily Herald

    And for a still smaller group -- the best of the best -- the reward is advancing to the last pool party of the season: Saturday's state finals. Plenty of swimmers from the Mid-Suburban League earned their invitations to that final swimming fling via stellar performances in Friday's state meet prelims at New Trier High School in Winnetka.

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