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  • Recap: Georgia Tech 78, IPFW 69

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Georgia Tech 78, IPFW 69 Georgia Tech 78, IPFW 69: Demarco Cox tied a career high with 15 points as the host Yellow Jackets turned away the Mastadons. Marcus Georges-Hunt and Quinton Stephens each added 13 points for Georgia...
  • Ray Bradbury estate auctioning some of author's prized possessions

     Ray Bradbury estate auctioning some of author's prized possessions
    Renowned author and Waukegan native Ray Bradbury traced his inspiration for becoming a writer to a cups and balls magic trick given to him by a carnival worker in the 1930s. Now, that item and more than 450 others are available to those who want to...
  • Downers Grove native helps lead team to first win

    Downers Grove native Flo Beshiri was a key player in a historic soccer match. The University of Illinois Chicago started up a women's soccer program this year and after four losses, the Flames won the first game in school history with a 2-0 triumph over...
  • York grad on new UIC soccer team

    Former York goalie Annie DiCanio is on the University of Illinois Chicago women's soccer roster, and the Flames came up with a historic win. UIC started a women's soccer program this year, and after four losses, the Flames won the first game in school...
  • Waubonsie grads on UIC roster

    Naperville native and Waubonsie Valley High School standout soccer players Emi Yamamoto and Kendall Wilde are on the historic University of Illinois Chicago women's roster. UIC started a woman's soccer program this year, and after four losses, the...
  • After transfers, Terps coach Mark Turgeon still looking for a new guard

    After transfers, Terps coach Mark Turgeon still looking for a new guard
    More than a week after Seth Allen became the fourth Maryland player with remaining eligibility to leave the program since the season ended, Mark Turgeon is still trying to find another guard. The hope of getting an experienced point guard to back up...
  • Indiana Jones? FBI finds thousands of artifacts in 91-year-old's home

    The FBI set up shop at the home of a 91-year-old man near Indianapolis, saying he has thousands of artifacts and cultural items originating from at least a dozen different countries and Native American tribes – some of them acquired improperly....
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: CNU sophomore Lewis pitches perfect softball game to cap sweep

    Colleges: Softball: Sophomore Krista Lewis of Chesapeake pitched a perfect game in Game 2 as Christopher Newport (28-6, 9-1), ranked 14th in Division III, swept Mary Washington 7-2, 7-0 in Fredericksburg, staying atop the Capital Athletic Conference....
  • Boys hoops | Season's end brings college ball for Bolingbrook seniors

    Boys hoops | Season's end brings college ball for Bolingbrook seniors
    Bolingbrook failed to achieve its goal of winning its regional, but the senior class set a strong standard for the next group of Raiders. Last season, the Raiders were 20-8. They entered this season with a big hole in the middle of the starting lineup....
  • Girls hoops | Third state title in four years a perfect sendoff for Montini seniors

    Girls hoops | Third state title in four years a perfect sendoff for Montini seniors
    NORMAL, Ill. — Walking to the tunnel following Saturday's Class 3A state title game, Montini coach Jason Nichols smiled and playfully nudged senior Kateri Stone. The Broncos defeated Joliet Catholic 57-44 to win their fourth girls basketball state...
  • Upping vigorous exercise may improve fibromyalgia

    Upping vigorous exercise may improve fibromyalgia
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - For those who are able, exercising once or twice more weekly may alleviate some symptoms of a chronic pain condition without making joints feel worse, according to a new study. Previous studies have found short-term benefits...