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  • Providence girls off to 3-0 start in soccer for first time in 10 years

    In the first half of Providence's game Saturday against Lincoln-Way North, Mikayla Sanders was a bit befuddled by the whole sequence that led up to her taking a penalty kick. Cory Griffith collided in mid-air with a Phoenix player going for a ball in the...
  • Boys basketball: Class 3A, 4A state semifinal preview

    Boys basketball: Class 3A, 4A state semifinal preview
    CLASS 3A Morgan Park (22-6) vs. Belleville Althoff (28-3), 12:15 p.m.: The Mustangs go in search of their third straight 3A state title. Morgan Park defeated Bogan and Hillcrest in its last two games to arrive in Peoria. Under coach Nick Irvin, the...
  • Defending state champion Providence to be keyed by pitching, defense

    Defending state champion Providence to be keyed by pitching, defense
    It's going to be a little different type of Providence team than the one that slugged its way to the Class 4A state championship a year ago. Behind Dylan Rosa and Phil Kunsa, the Celtics could rely on the long ball in 2014. Not this season. The...
  • South Side Irish parade gets its day in the sun

    South Side Irish parade gets its day in the sun
    For Mary Hendry, the South Side Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade started out with something of a flashback to the parade's roots. About two hours before the parade started Sunday, a group of about 25 kids paraded around the block bordered by 109th Place...
  • Boys basketball: Leaving home easy for McDonald's All-Americans

    Boys basketball: Leaving home easy for McDonald's All-Americans
    Diamond Stone knew it would happen. When the 6-foot-10 McDonald's All-American from Milwaukee chose Maryland over Wisconsin last Friday, he was forced to make a drastic move for a modern teen. "I had to turn my Twitter notifications off," Stone said...
  • Duke seizing moment, but NC State, UNC wait in wings

    This was always Duke's season, a package deal of one-and-done freshmen, a one-time grab at the ring. The Blue Devils are on the verge of the Final Four, so close to achieving one of their prime goals. They'll worry about next season later. The University...
  • Taylor Adway's big night powers Hillcrest past Rich East

    Taylor Adway's big night powers Hillcrest past Rich East
    The huge surge Hillcrest hit Rich East with at the beginning of Wednesday night's game wasn't enough to completely put away with the Rockets. So, down the stretch, the Hawks turned to Taylor Adway to deliver the knockout punches in the form of a...
  • Royal Palm Beach star McKenzie still rising

    At 6-foot-5 and 160 pounds, Triston McKenzie still has some growing to do. Royal Palm Beach coach Kason Gabbard is one among many who say his star right-hander is not yet a finished product. "Believe it or not, with how tall he is, he's still skinny....
  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Georgetown's shutout is Virginia's third consecutive baseball defeat

    Baseball: A.C. Carter hit a home run in the fourth inning Tuesday as visiting Georgetown (9-10) shut out Virginia 1-0, handing the Cavaliers (14-8) their third straight loss. Simon Mathews (2-2) pitched five no-hit innings for the win. ... Norfolk...
  • Pepperdine recruit Michael Wexter dual threat for Lincoln-Way West

    Pepperdine recruit Michael Wexter dual threat for Lincoln-Way West
    There's no question middle hitter Jake Gasparich is one of the brightest minds at Lincoln-Way West, if not the entire state. The 6-foot-5 senior scored a perfect 36 on the ACT and will continue his volleyball career at MIT. But ask Gasaparich, who...
  • Loyola, Maine South football teams to play in Week 2

    The Loyola and Maine South football teams have played some memorable games against one another in the playoffs the last few years. The two area powerhouses won't have to wait too long to meet again after the two schools agreed earlier this week to a two-...