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  • On The Fly: Cubs Certain Bryant Is Ready For Majors?

    Slugger Kris Bryant, who was part of a lot of controversy because the Cubs sent him to Triple A before the start of the season so he wouldn't be eligible for free agency until after the 2021 season, finally got his major league debut. It was a flop....
  • Benet Academy to retire Frank Kaminsky's jersey

    Benet Academy to retire Frank Kaminsky's jersey
    Thursday will be Frank Kaminsky Day in Lisle. In addition to the Lisle mayor proclaiming April 16 in his honor, the 2011 Benet Academy alumnus and basketball player will be recognized by his alma mater for his accomplishments after high school. The...
  • Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky wins Wooden Award

    Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky wins Wooden Award
    LOS ANGELES — Frank Kaminsky of national runner-up Wisconsin and Breanna Stewart of three-time national champion Connecticut won the John R. Wooden Award as national college basketball players of the year Friday night. They received their trophies...
  • Frank Kaminsky, Breanna Stewart are winners of John R. Wooden Award

    Frank Kaminsky of national runner-up Wisconsin and Breanna Stewart of three-time national champion Connecticut won the John R. Wooden Award as national college basketball players of the year Friday night. They received their trophies during the first...
  • UConn's Stewart, Wisconsin's Kaminsky Win Wooden Awards

    LOS ANGELES — Breanna Stewart of three-time national champion Connecticut and Frank Kaminsky of national runner-up Wisconsin have won John R. Wooden Awards as national college basketball players of the year. They received their trophies Friday...
  • Villanova's Darrun Hilliard continued legacy of Lehigh Valley players in NCAA Tournament

    Villanova's Darrun Hilliard continued legacy of Lehigh Valley players in NCAA Tournament
    Liberty High School grad Darrun Hilliard helped Villanova earn a high seed and make a run, albeit short-lived, in the NCAA men's basketball tournament this month, adding to a legacy of players with local roots bringing national recognition to Lehigh...
  • 'Canes give coach Jim Larraņaga a New York homecoming

    'Canes give coach Jim Larrañaga a New York homecoming
    Before the Miami Hurricanes took the court against Richmond last week, with a trip to the National Invitation Tournament semifinals on the line, Miami coach Jim Larraņaga had a simple request. "My wife wants to go to New York," Larraņaga, a Bronx...
  • Whitley: Kentucky Wildcats are great, but they aren't greatest ever

    Whitley: Kentucky Wildcats are great, but they aren't greatest ever
    Contrary to rumor, Kentucky will not replace the Miami Heat in the NBA playoffs. But as the Wildcats storm closer to the first perfect season in 39 years, one question is becoming louder. Is this the greatest college basketball team ever? No, though...
  • New Hall of Fame inductee Weidner will fondly remember a different era of Parkland basketball

    The Parkland High School of today is very different from Brant Weidner's Parkland. Back in the late 1970s, the Trojans had some success in various sports, but were generally not the Goliath among local scholastic athletic programs that often sparks envy...
  • Remembering Joe McDonnell, the one and only

    Remembering Joe McDonnell, the one and only
    I had a scoop. Man, I had a scoop. Little ol' me from the San Bernardino Sun. Found myself the only media member in the Dodgers clubhouse on that Sunday morning in the final game before the 1990 All-Star game when I heard the explosion. Manager Tommy...
  • Middle school athletic director helped create City of Lights tournaments

     Middle school athletic director helped create City of Lights tournaments
    The City of Lights has reached the end of an era of sorts as Al Miller is now retired after almost 50 years of continuous service to students in all of our public school districts and private schools. If you have lived in the Aurora area for any...